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Developers of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline said Tuesday that they’ll ask the U.S. Supreme Court to hear their appeal of a 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling vacating a U.S. Forest Service … more
Foodies and barbecue connoisseurs unite this Friday with a new eatery opening on Wooten Boulevard near Forest Hills Road. New South BBQ is the vision of disabled veteran Dwight David who has … more
When the Institute for Emerging Issues surveyed 31,000 people, 158 issues were identified as “the most important” problems facing the state in the next five years. Eventually the issues were … more
MOUNT OLIVE — A routine traffic stop on the U.S. 117 bypass near Lee’s Country Club Road resulted in drug charges being filed against a Wilson man. Mount Olive police say they also confiscated … more
County commissioners want to expedite plans to build a new animal shelter that would more than triple the current shelter’s capacity for stray dogs and cats. On Tuesday, the county’s Animal … more
High temperatures should bounce between the mid-50s and mid-60s throughout the greater Wilson area this week, but early forecasts show a blast of cold air in store for the first week of … more
  Wayland J. Sermons, presiding Jan. 24 Deron Ruffin, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail, money … more
The following deed transfers for the week of Feb. 11-15 have been recorded in the Wilson County Register of Deeds Office: From William Amiel Whitfield and Misty Michelle Whitfield to Warren Keith … more
GOLDSBORO — More than 30 miles of road in Wayne County will be resurfaced this year. Segments of N.C. 222 near the Johnston County line, N.C. 581 around the U.S. 70 bypass and U.S. 117 Alternate … more
A Wilson County man was identified Monday as the victim of a head-on collision involving a tractor-trailer on N.C. 42 Friday. Willie Harold Neal Sr., 77, of 7241 Neal Road outside Lucama, died at … more
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. Books on CD “The Closers” by Michael Connelly “Double Down” by Fern Michaels “The Fix” by David … more
Students at the Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf will benefit from games, puzzles, books and even musical instruments after a Chapel Hill-based musician put out a call to fans. Country … more
Freshmen and sophomores in Kimberly Taylor-Howard’s Fike High School English classes took part in a recent Black History Month educational program. State Martin Luther King Jr. Commissioner … more
Tobacco growers are facing large cuts in the volume of contracts offered by leaf dealers this year. “There are cuts from 30 to 80 percent depending on the particular company, depending on the … more
Wilson County officials will hold an Animal Control Committee meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday inside the commissioners’ chambers at the government center located at 2201 Miller Road. The committee … more
As a first-time homebuyer and a single mom of two, Christina McMillion knows money can be tight. A financial literacy class through the Wilson Community Improvement Association is working to allow … more
Wilson's St. Rose Church of Christ, Disciples of Christ, members and volunteers prepared and served more than 300 dinners for Hope Station and Wesley Shelter clients, community residents and those … more
The Dale Bryce Collective performed a selection of jazz fusion music at Wilson Community College Thursday evening as part of the college's celebration of African-America History Month. Collective … more
The Hall Foundation is gearing up to make dreams come true for hundreds of girls in Wilson County this prom season. The foundation’s annual Cinderella Project is underway with organizers … more
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