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Wilson police are investigating the shootings of two young men Monday afternoon. An unidentified witness said a car pulled halfway into the driveway of a home on the 600 block of Pender Street and … more
The leader of North Carolina’s public schoolteachers’ trade group will address the NAACP’s Wilson branch at a meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. May 3 at Jackson Chapel First Missionary Baptist … more
Authorities are searching for a 37-year-old Wilson woman reported missing Monday night. The N.C. Center for Missing Persons has activated a Silver Alert for Christine Bynum, also known as … more
In the aftermath of a crash, every minute counts for those pinned inside a wrecked vehicle. Wilson Fire/Rescue’s new Engine 4 enables crews to get to work immediately rather than spend critical … more
Wilson County’s next sheriff will have nearly 12,000 public school students to protect, along with hundreds of teachers, administrators and support staff. In wake of a deadly Florida school … more
A former Weener Plastics employee who embezzled more than $1.8 million from the Wilson company will spend a decade behind bars. Christopher Hayes Taylor, who pleaded guilty to two counts of … more
Almost 8 miles of Interstate 795 in Wilson will be repaved over the next year. Fred Smith Co. of Raleigh will mill away the top layer of old asphalt and resurface the freeway and its ramps between … more
Bargain-hunters’ yearly pilgrimage to the U.S. 301 corridor has received regional acclaim from the Southeast Tourism Society. The group recently named the 301 Endless Yard Sale, which stretches … more
Wilson will see its first chance of severe thunderstorms this spring on Sunday, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by ENCWheels.com. After a warm, clear … more
A Toisnot Middle School exceptional children’s teacher has received a $10,000 scholarship to complete her graduate studies at N.C. State University. Malinda Pennington of Wilson received the … more
The Omicron Iota Zeta chapter of Wilson will host a Be The Match bone marrow registry and swab event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 14 at Walmart, 2500 Forest Hills Road. To join the Be … more
ROCKY MOUNT — One thing the three Democratic candidates in the 2nd Congressional District all agree on: Republican U.S. Rep. George Holding has to go. Candidates Linda Coleman, Wendy Ella May … more
Authorities have arrested a man accused of selling a dangerous strain of synthetic pot to vape shop owners in Wilson and five other eastern North Carolina counties. Wilson police assisted in … more
Gov. Roy Cooper made a visit to Wilson on Friday to sit down with local leaders and stakeholders to get insight on how Wilson County has united to fight the ever-growing opioid crisis. … more
Flexible seating and open office spaces perfect for collaboration paired with entrepreneurial programs form the foundation for a new innovation hub slated for downtown Wilson. “In most cases, … more
When my generation attended junior high school during the ’50s and ’60s, girls were required to take eighth-grade home economics, and boys received training in industrial arts. These courses … more
JAMES DANIEL Elephar Tomlinson, daughter of Jonathan Tomlinson and wife Priscilla Renfrow, was born on Dec. 3, 1827, and died on May 3, 1900. She married James Daniel, son of Jacob Daniel and wife … more
Operation Christmas Child, an international humanitarian ministry of North Carolina-based nonprofit Samaritan’s Purse, is seeking Wilson residents to help organize this year’s regional shoebox … more
The Wilson Economic Development Council is increasing its request for funding from both the city and the county to accommodate increased expenses, including those associated with recruiting new … more
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