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Milton F. Fitch Jr., presiding Dec. 11 session Lavoris Bynum, probation violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked. Bruce Macinnis, probation violation, defendant admits violation, … more
The North Carolina Guardian ad Litem program for the 7th Judicial District will offer guardian ad litem training for new volunteer advocates beginning in March. A guardian ad liitem is a trained … more
The Wilson County Board of Education has called a special meeting for Wednesday to hear first readings on 10 proposed policy revisions and draft policies. Proposed policy revisions and draft … more
TRENTON — A Jones County law firm that handles Wilson County tax foreclosure cases has earned a professional honor from trade publication North Carolina Lawyers Weekly. The staff of … more
Rhyan Breen, the newest member of the Wilson County Board of Education, calls himself a convert. Breen, a parent of two children in Wilson County Schools, was sworn in Dec. 19 as the board’s … more
The Wilson County Register of Deeds issued the following marriage licenses during the month of November 2018: Allison Marie Ruble and James Dallas Lyles, both of Wilson; Terry Barnes and Venus … more
Whether volunteering is done to find fulfillment in retirement or to complement a full-time job and busy family life, the Wilson Human Relations Commission wants to honor all givers and doers serving … more
Wilson County’s estimated 2018 income from sales of farm products is off by $30.3 million from 2017. Norman Harrell, director of the North Carolina Cooperative Extension office in Wilson County, … more
The N.C. Cooperative Extension Service at North Carolina State University is currently accepting applications to strengthen agriculturally dependent families and communities by providing support and … more
Congratulations! You survived Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas — the most expensive holidays of the year. But now we have Valentine’s Day quickly approaching. Personally, Valentine’s … more
The legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. lives on in Wilson with the 25th annual Ecumenical Prayer Breakfast, but organizers have made a slight change in that no tickets will be sold at the … more
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library Adult Fiction “The Bride of Ivy Green” by Julie Klassen “Carl Weber’s Kingpins: Jamaica” by Racquel … more
In the last 30 years, the number of home-schooled students in Wilson County has grown from 12 to nearly 800. Across the state, the number of home schools grew from 381 in 1985-86 to 86,753 in … more
For more than a decade, the Wilson Economic Development Council met with potential industries from offices on Nash Street. Now the staff is in a temporary space on Douglas Street as their future home … more
Warm, springlike weather should stick around through the start of the workweek with a cooldown beginning Tuesday, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this weekend's installment of The Wilson Times … more
FARMVILLE — As youth increasingly look to the internet for social engagement, human traffickers have taken to the platform to recruit potential victims. But it is not only the internet where … more
There is nothing cheesy about a downtown Wilson candy shop making it big. Well, there is if you count the product — cheese-infused caramels — that has put the Krueger’s Candies name on shelves … more
By now you are probably fed up with people’s end-of-year lists of the worst and best of for 2018. You probably have had your fill of “New Year’s resolutions” wherein the “resolution” … more
SMITHFIELD — Police are still searching for a man wanted in Thursday night’s robbery at an AT&T store at 1247 North Brightleaf Blvd. around 7:20 p.m. Authorities identified the suspect as … more
January arrived on time as usual and thrust us into a new year and new experiences. January also makes us think of black-eyed peas consumed for good luck, school starting back after a long break … more
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