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While it might have had a delayed start, Wilson saw snow for the second time this month. Snowflakes began to fall here shortly after 1 p.m. Wednesday, prompting officials to warn residents about hazardous road conditions that will continue into Thursday. … more
A woman who was robbed, sexually assaulted and shot Tuesday near Wilson Medical Center did not know her attacker, police said Wednesday. … more
Today's snowfall totals will likely hinge on how quickly the temperature drops and where you live. The National Weather Service's Tuesday afternoon forecast called for 2-4 inches of snow in … more
Wilson Reads 2018 “Hidden Figures” is scheduled to begin Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Wilson County Public Library. Meet picture book author Nina White in the children’s department on the … more
Wilson Community College and Wilson County Schools will hold the “Connections to Your Future” Career and College Showcase from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 27 at WCC’s Frank L. Eagles … more
Forecasters say a second round of snowy weather is expected to hit Wilson today bringing with it frigid temperatures. Residents could see between 3-4 inches of snow. The highest probability of … more
Six months after opening a second location in Wilson, Arkham Comix has a full slate of events for all ages. The fun kicks off Saturday with the Wilson launch of Brother Panda comic book with … more
A shooting across from Wilson Medical Center placed the hospital, a nearby school and area businesses on high alert Tuesday afternoon as police scoured the area for a suspect. Police were called … more
A shooting across from Wilson Medical Center placed the hospital, a nearby school and area businesses on high alert Tuesday afternoon as police scoured the area for a suspect. Police were called … more
Wilson should see snow Wednesday, but calling it a "snowstorm" may be a bit of a stretch. Early forecasts call for a rain-snow mix to fall throughout the day Wednesday, but with temperatures … more
Five Wilsonians were honored for their volunteer spirit and more than two-dozen kids, teens and adults performed … more
Mount Hebron Masonic Lodge No. 42 is broadening its effort to feed the hungry. In recognition of … more
Hundreds of Wilsonians joined their voices in prayer, song and the spoken word Monday morning to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. The 24th annual Ecumenical Prayer Breakfast at Darden Alumni Center gathered citizens from all walks of life — from students and a congressman to law enforcement officials and retired educators — to remember King’s teachings and to go out inspired … more
A popular sporting goods retailer has added a new service following its merger with another Brentwood business. EB Sports’ namesake Earl Boykin said he’s been a part of BB&P … more
For the Times The Nash Edgecombe Wilson Reentry Council will hold a job resource fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday at Bible Missionary Baptist Church, 2633 Tilghman Road in … more
From staff reports RALEIGH — A Wilson attorney and a city human relations specialist have been appointed to the North Carolina Youth Advisory Council. Rhyan Breen and Theresa Mathis will … more
State officials say they feel confident they’re close to choosing a new superintendent for the Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf. “I think I was very excited about the pool of … more
A recent gathering of local and regional leaders sought to identify opportunities for Wilson County communities’ growth. The N.C. Cooperative Extension office in Wilson and the N.C. Rural … more
Police continue to investigate a string of residential break-ins where suspects are targeting electronics. Since Dec. 1, the Wilson Police Department has investigated numerous home burglaries … more
Could Wilson see its second snowfall of 2018 by midweek? Satellite models are calling for a wintry blast on Wednesday, but Wilsonians needn't break out the sleds until forecasts begin to firm up, … more
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