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The Wilson NAACP branch plans to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 7 at Jackson Chapel Church, 571 Nash St. E. For more information, call Mary Joyner at 252-281-1135. Church plans food giveaway By … more
Wilson Community College will welcome the public to an open house and ribbon-cutting for two refurbished buildings at the Lee Technology Center at 10 a.m. Thursday. The 10-acre site at the corner … more
The N.C. Cooperative Extension office in Wilson County is sponsoring a beekeeping school on Saturday. Registration and check-in will be at 7:30 a.m. at the Wilson County Agricultural Center, 1806 … more
News of an East Carolina University graduate student’s Friday death hit a group of Wilsonians particularly hard since they’d spent the last year working beside her. Allison Forsythe, her best … more
Sunshine and mild, springlike temperatures will come — just not at the same time, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this week's installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
Wilson and Nash counties were pulled into a weekend statewide Alcohol Law Enforcement operation with local officials. According to N.C. State Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Erin E. Bean, … more
Wilson police are asking for the public’s help in solving a Sunday night armed robbery. According to police reports, a 29-year-old Wilson man called police shortly after 8 p.m. and told … more
Andrea Tucker, operations manager for Smithfield Foods in Wilson, will be recognized with The Manufacturing Institute’s STEP Ahead award, Virginia-based Smithfield Foods has announced. STEP is … more
In an eye-opening tour of three traditional high schools, the Wilson County Board of Education shared with the Wilson County Board of Commissioners a $6 million priority list. Whether it was the … more
A Wilson writer is sharing her inspirational life story in a new book released last month. Consquello Rhodes wrote “Determined: Born to Break Down Barriers” to help others overcome obstacles … more
PIKEVILLE — Authorities say a fight between two rural Wayne County neighbors ended with one man in the hospital with a gunshot wound and the other in jail. Sheriff’s deputies were called to a … more
More than 500 seniors and teen volunteers crowded into the Fike High School cafeteria to enjoy food, music and friendship at Saturday night’s seventh annual Senior-Senior Prom, organized by the … more
The community rallied for a cause Saturday and turned out in support of Wilson County Special Olympics. Families headed out for the fourth annual “Scram” breakfast fundraiser at the Wilson … more
The Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf plans to implement nearly $1 million worth of security and safety upgrades this year. According to School for the Deaf director Michele Handley, the … more
GOLDSBORO — Authorities say a traffic stop led to a Johnston County man's arrest on a meth trafficking charge. The Wayne County Sheriff's Office Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team was … more
After a mild weekend typical of early March, the greater Wilson area can expect a blast of cold air as the workweek begins, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this installment of The Wilson Times … more
A woman called police Monday after she saw a man peeping inside her window. Police responded to a 12:46 a.m. call regarding suspicious activity in the 3600 block of Citation Court. Officers spoke … more
Work to clean up Donald G. Aycock’s backyard momentarily stopped as a full-grown opossum emerged from its home under an old brown tarp. The black-eyed marsupial with pink feet and a white tail … more
While driving not long ago, I was listening to the car radio as I do on almost every drive. The only time the radio is not on is when I am on the phone. I don’t have one of those fancy setups that … more
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