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Several attorneys with Wilson ties were named to Thomson Reuters’ 2020 Super Lawyers list. Earl W. Taylor of the … more
A Greene County man will spend 20 years behind bars after pleading guilty to a child pornography charge, federal prosecutors said. Jeremy Dwight Lane, 38, was sentenced Friday in a Raleigh … more
James Suggs stepped out of his truck on Fairfax Avenue to see how far the Toisnot Reservoir had overspilled its banks Friday. After 3.3 to 3.8 inches of rain fell on Wilson County with a passing … more
Wilson Times reporter Drew C. Wilson captured this time-lapse video as high winds put on a show at the Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park on Friday.  more
CHARLOTTE (AP) — President Donald Trump came to North Carolina on Friday to showcase a new economic revitalization program, but he quickly took a verbal detour to reprise complaints about his … more
WINSTON-SALEM (AP) — Commissioners in one of North Carolina's most populous counties have adopted a largely symbolic resolution declaring the county's support for the Second Amendment rights of … more
GRIFTON (AP) — A road rage incident in North Carolina escalated when a knife-welding motorist climbed aboard a school bus carrying students, yelled racial slurs at the driver, then threatened … more
RALEIGH  (AP) — North Carolina has failed to do enough to ensure people with certain disabilities receive access to services in their communities, a judge has determined.  A ruling … more
RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina's schools chief wants a review of the state's K-12 Common Core standards - with a goal of ending them - and aims to ensure U.S. history classes remain robust in … more
Local reaction to President Donald Trump’s impeachment acquittal runs the gamut from relief to incredulity. The U.S. Senate voted to acquit Trump of both articles of impeachment without hearing … more
Be a valentine for someone in need. That’s the mission next week when Hope Station holds its first “Share Your Heart Food and Paper Drive.” The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. … more
Some Wilson residents want the county Board of Commissioners to declare Wilson County a Second Amendment sanctuary. Michael McCroskey, 54, has owned guns since he was 9, when his grandfather … more
ElectriCities of North Carolina has recognized the city of Wilson with five honors in its Public Power Awards of Excellence for Wilson Energy’s performance as a municipal … more
Church youth holding plate sale The Original St. John Church youth department will have a plate sale at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 7, at the Shell station at the corner of Ward Boulevard and Black … more
A Black Creek man faces multiple charges in connection to a rash of car break-ins in a Wilson neighborhood. On Tuesday, Wilson police responded to a 1 a.m. call in the 100 block of West End … more
Wilson’s public works director told the city council Thursday that it would take $2.6 million annually to maintain the city’s streets at an acceptable level over the next decade. During a … more
Frederico Santiago of Wilson, a worker with Vasquez Home Improvement, uses a large shovel to push rainwater off the roof of the Wilson Chamber of Commerce building Thursday after an intense period of … more
Wilson County Schools has canceled all after-school activities Thursday due to the threat of severe weather in the area.  Amber Lynch, WCS public relations director, announced the … more
It will be a rainy day and night as a cold front approaches and brings 1 to 3 inches of rain through the overnight hours.  From staff reports The National Weather Service forecasts a line … more
Wilson native Dr. Kendral R. Knight was recently selected one of the “Best San Antonio Doctors of 2020.” The staff of Scene Magazine asked thousands of Bexar County physicians which of their … more
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