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Republicans are stepping up their support for independent state House hopeful Ken Fontenot as he inches closer to a November showdown one signature at a time. The North Carolina Republican Party … more
Barton College’s Willis N. Hackney Library will present the Sir Walter Scott Symposium as part of the K.D. Kennedy Jr. Rare Book Room and Special Collections annual program series at 5 p.m. Monday, … more
SELMA — The paved shoulders along a two-mile leg of Interstate 95 in Johnston County will need to narrow next week as part of ongoing construction. If the weather allows, northbound travelers … more
A Pennsylvania woman who went missing nearly three weeks ago after renting a Wilson hotel room has been found in Rocky Mount. On Tuesday, authorities said 32-year-old Sianeh Togbah Sherman was … more
A mobile groomer with a loyal following is laying down roots and expanding services with a new storefront on Airport Boulevard. “The reaction from clients has been positive. Definitely … more
Only a couple hundred votes stood between state Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield and an upset from an unaffiliated candidate and political newcomer during Tuesday’s midterm election. Fifty percent … more
Diversified Opportunities, Inc., of Wilson observed National Disability Employment Awareness Month in October with its 43rd annual open house and awards day luncheon on Halloween. There to help … more
The YOUTH of Wilson County will host its third annual Jingle Bowl from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Westview Lanes in Wilson. And organizers say it’s not too late to join in for a good cause. … more
Whether facing a house fire, an assault or a heart attack, Americans can dial just three digits for help. That hasn’t always been the case. In fact, Friday was the 50th anniversary of the first 911 call, and local officials took the time to celebrate the evolution of emergency services. … more
Dear Readers, These days we hear about turmoil and violence in our beloved America. Our hearts ache with news about things we cannot understand and about things that seem to erode the landscape of … more
“The Last Supper,” a 15th-century mural painted by Leonardo da Vinci, came to life Thursday evening at the Winstead United Methodist Church. Church members portrayed Jesus and his 12 … more
Dozens gathered Saturday morning in an effort to take a stand against violence in Wilson. And they took their message to the streets and throughout neighborhoods in hopes that others would hear their … more
KENLY — Rocky Branch United Church of Christ, 5968 NC 581 N., will have a yard sale fundraiser 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. and barbecue chicken plate sale 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Thursday, May 4. All plates are $8 … more
Hunter’s Dance Studio will be holding All-Star cheer tryouts for Hunter’s Competitive Cheer at Hunter’s Dance Studio on Monday and Tuesday from 6:30 to 8:30 in the tumble gym, located at 2602 … more
KENLY — The Tobacco Farm Life Museum is seeking nominations for the annual Innovative Young Farmer of the Year Award. The award is sponsored by the Farm Credit Associations of North Carolina and … more
A Raleigh-based company is investing $33 million into a new facility near Stantonsburg that is slated to employ up to 15 people within 18 months. Green Energy Sustainable Solutions International … more
Wilson County is in for a wet weekend with mild temperatures, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in the latest installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast. A warm front moving in from the south will … more
A Wilson man faces multiple charges after police seized guns and drugs from his New Street home. Police arrested 41-year-old … more
Wilson doctors and residents had cause to celebrate Thursday despite the rainy weather as an affiliation with the Duke Cancer Network was finalized. “It is awesome,” said Duke Cancer Network … more
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