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Find out what's in store in the skies this week in the latest installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast with Albert Thomas Jr. Thomas, a Wilson attorney and retired judge, will weigh in on … more
Barton College Entrepreneur Robert L. Luddy captivated a full-house audience in Hardy Alumni Hall at Barton College on Thursday evening with his discussion of bold vision, persistence and sweat … more
A fire that did major damage to a vacant home in Wilson Monday morning is being called suspicious. According to Capt. Don Edwards, a battalion commander for Wilson Fire/Rescue Services, the fire … more
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a passing freight train Monday afternoon in Wilson. Rescue crews responded about 1:39 p.m. to the vicinity of Railroad Street and Stemmery Street. The … more
GREENVILLE — Experts in forensic pathology testified Monday that the state’s evidence led them to a conclusion: Isabel “Chaveli” Palacios suffered a significant amount of blood loss. That … more
LOUISBURG — Gary M. Brown has been named president of Louisburg College, officials announced Monday, and will serve as the residential two-year Methodist institution’s 28th president in its … more
A pedestrian was struck by a passing freight train Monday afternoon in Wilson. Rescue crews responded about 1:35 p.m. to the vicinity of Railroad Street and Stemmery Street. The victim, a man, … more
Nathan Matthews blazed through part of the Whirligig Warrior Course like a champ Saturday at the North Carolina Whirligig Festival in Wilson. The 10-year-old from Elm City could do what many could … more
Less than 2 percent of registered voters eligible to cast a ballot in municipal elections have taken advantage of early voting, but the polls will open Tuesday in 35 races throughout Wilson … more
The American Red Cross encourages people to share their good health this holiday season by donating blood for patients in need. A decline in donations occurs from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day … more
The 10-year-old from Elm City could do what many could not, make it to the top of the last obstacle … more
The Circle K convenience store on Ward Boulevard is donating a portion of proceeds from specially marked gas pumps to Toisnot Middle School and Fike High School. Circle K’s “Fueling Our Schools” fundraising campaign kicks off on Thursday, when the company will donate 10 cents per gallon from marked gas … more
Speaking at the recent 2017 Alumni Reunions and Awards Breakfast, college President Doug Searcy revealed a list of Barton College Core Principles to those in attendance. These principles and a series of commitments had been worked on over the course of the last year with the goal to continue … more
Find out what's in store for the North Carolina Whirligig Festival weekend in the latest installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast with Albert Thomas Jr. Thomas, a Wilson attorney and retired … more
The vivid yellow mural on the side of Brewmasters has been capturing passing motorists’ attention for about a year, yet the fate of the painting has not been decided. The Forest Hills Road … more
Harrison Barnett is ready for the next step. Ready to catch up in height with his younger twin sisters and classmates. Ready to be able to play in a swimming pool. Ready to no longer be tethered to … more
Most of us learned in school that agriculture is the backbone of America. Many of us know that the farm is a wondrous place, and farm families, through their intelligence and hard work, sustain … more
GREENVILLE — Over the course of the past two days, jurors in the Gregory Parks first-degree murder trial have listened to testimony from state crime lab experts in blood and DNA analysis. … more
The prayer breakfast and workshop at Vaughn’s Chapel Church scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 4 has been canceled. Farm bureau plans annual meeting The Wilson County Farm Bureau will hold its … more
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