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More than paint is required before the Arts Council of Wilson moves into its new home, but once complete, 204 Nash St. S. is slated to serve as the headquarters of art galleries, performing arts … more
More than 500 seniors and teen volunteers crowded into the Fike High School cafeteria to enjoy food, music and friendship at Saturday night’s seventh annual Senior-Senior Prom, organized by the … more
Miss Wilson Jerenae Raeford was preliminary talent award winner in Wednesday’s Miss North Carolina competition. Raeford sang an opera vocal, “Je Veux Vivre,” from “Romeo et Juliette” in … more
Unitarian — Rocky Mount Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will have service at 10 a.m. Sunday. Refuge Trinity — Elm City Refuge Trinity Holiness Church will have Sunday school at 10 … more
Two Hunt High School teachers have been awarded prestigious teacher training scholarships, one of which is named for the mothers of former Gov. Jim Hunt and former first lady Carolyn Hunt. Lisa N. … more
The 1955 graduating class of Rock Ridge High School met for a final reunion recently at Something Different in Wilson. Front row, from left, are Judy Rogers Novak, Betty Renfrow Fulghum, Edith Bass … more
The community rallied for a cause Saturday and turned out in support of Wilson County Special Olympics. Families headed out for the fourth annual “Scram” breakfast fundraiser at the Wilson … more
Expect clear skies and mild temperatures this weekend and the first half of the workweek, Albert Thomas Jr. says in this installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
A new grading machine has made a Wilson County farm the center of the county’s cucumber universe. The Harrell family, fourth-generation farmers near Saratoga, run Agrarian Inc., which purchased … more
Wilson should see seasonal temperatures and plenty of sunshine with a moderate chance of midweek storms, guest announcer Sarah Thomas explains in this week's installment of The Wilson Times … more
BB&T announced plans Wednesday to demolish its iconic towers in historic downtown Wilson and build a new building nearby. "We are very excited to build this new facility in the heart of … more
After significant debate and discussion Thursday morning, Wilson councilmen opted to instruct staff to negotiate with a developer interested in connecting to the sewer system despite not being in the … more
Wilson County collards will be highly sought this year because surviving collard crops are rare in other eastern North Carolina communities hit directly by Hurricane Florence. For years, collards … more
A Wilson tax preparation business whose proceeds support an affiliated nonprofit group has announced its relocation. MJL Summerville Tax Services has taken up residence in the Summerville Academy … more
The Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf plans to implement nearly $1 million worth of security and safety upgrades this year. According to School for the Deaf director Michele Handley, the … more
During the agency’s annual report to Wilson County commissioners, Wilson County Cooperative Extension director Norman Harrell highlighted the breadth and scope of assistance local extension agents … more
GOLDSBORO — Sheriff's deputies say a man sprayed his Wayne County home with gunfire and severely injured a housemate Monday night.  Nakia Lequan Atkins, 20, of 214 Blue Ridge Drive in … more
Wilson Fire/Rescue Services personnel were trained recently on the department’s newest ladder truck by one of the technicians who helped build the custom rig at Pierce Manufacturing in Appleton, … more
A dozen and a half people face charges as a part of a federal drug distribution crackdown in Wilson and surrounding counties. The Tar River Regional Drug Task Force has arrested 18 suspects on … more
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