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The Wilson County Board of Education approved the career and technical education plan for the 2017-18 school year Monday. Chairwoman Christine Fitch said the plan had already been approved by the … 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
ELM CITY — Children and teens can soar above Wilson and Nash counties on June 9 as local Experimental Aircraft Association chapters hold their annual celebration of International Young Eagles … more
When the Wilson City Council supported a raise for police officers to fight widespread vacancies last fall, City Manager Grant Goings made it clear the effort would come with a cost. The bill came … 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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SARATOGA — Saratoga Original Free Will Baptist Church, 6801 N.C. 222 East, will hold its annual harvest day on Saturday, Nov. 3 beginning with applejacks for $2 each available at 8 a.m. Barbecue … more
John Wilson wasn’t sure what the group of young boys was doing at first. But when they reached inside a large box and handed him a special Christmas gift, Wilson’s eyes lit up with joy. “I … more
PIKEVILLE — Authorities say a fight between two rural Wayne County neighbors ended with one man in the hospital with a gunshot wound and the other in jail. Sheriff’s deputies were called to a … more
The Wilson NAACP branch plans to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 7 at Jackson Chapel Church, 571 Nash St. E. For more information, call Mary Joyner at 252-281-1135. Church plans food giveaway By … more
Registration is now open for the Barton Kids’ College, an enrichment program for children in kindergarten through fifth grade, offered on three teacher work days for the 2018-19 year for Wilson … more
The old Southern Cotton Oil Co. cotton seed building has been a part of downtown Wilson’s skyline for nearly 75 years Located on Stemmery Street, the Moskegee Iron Works structure dates back to … more
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