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NASHVILLE — Authorities say a missing Wilson man last seen in southern Nash County 16 years ago wasn’t involved in the local drug scene. Travis Lamont Lynch, 21, vanished on Christmas Eve … more
Did you know that Wilson Community College’s Automotive Systems Technology program has recently established a partnership with Toyota? WCC acquired a new partnership with Southeast Toyota and … more
Wilson County health officials announced five additional positive COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 38, which includes two deaths. Eleven patients are hospitalized, 13 have recovered and 12 … more
A Wilson man faces charges in connection to a Sunday shooting where police recovered a gun reported stolen in December. Police responded to a 2:19 a.m. shots-fired call to the 400 block of … more
The Wilson Times asked area pastors to share comments from their Sunday sermons, addressing concerns of their congregation and our community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pastors who would like to … more
Police are investigating a shooting after a fight involving teenagers led to a bullet striking a TV inside another person’s home Sunday afternoon. Authorities were dispatched to a 2:38 p.m. … more
Housing and shelter rank as the top concerns from callers dialing 211 in the last 30 days ending Thursday. N.C. 211 is an information and referral service provided by the United Way of North … more
Thomas Wolfe, a native of North Carolina, wrote his first novel, “Look Homeward Angel,” in 1929. It is generally regarded as a thinly fictionalized autobiography. In mid-October of 1918, while in … more
Wilson County Schools will take a week off from free meal service during spring break next week. Families and staff were sent notifications Tuesday night. “Wilson County Schools will observe … more
Construction on the new Wilson County Animal Shelter could start within the next 30 days. County commissioners on Monday voted unanimously to award the animal shelter contract to R&L Builders … more
Bottled water has been one of the popular items flying off shelves in recent weeks, but a Wilson County company is working to keep stores stocked. “We’re cognizant of the fact that as a water … more
The Wilson Crisis Center has seen a twofold increase in the number and length of calls it’s received since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The telephone listening, information and referral service … more
Wilson Transit will shift from fixed routes to passenger-scheduled rides in response to the COVID-19 emergency. Also, rides will be limited to essential trips to a job site, grocery store, pharmacy … more
Construction on the new Wilson County Animal Shelter could start within the next 30 days.  On Monday, county commissioners unanimously approved the animal shelter contract bid to R&L … more
As circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 crisis continue to change the way we all do business, know that the Chamber remains here to help our business community in any way possible. We’ve … more
We are having some unprecedented times as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 has spread globally, killing thousands and infecting tens of thousands more. We feel a significant disruption in … more
    Join me in a citywide stop-the-spread-of-the-coronavirus movement. Before you leave the house ask yourself: “Is it worth what I’m … more
Pastor Cliff Lewin of Wilson Praise and Worship delivered Tuesday's Prayer for Our City with an introduction by Wilson Mayor Carlton Stevens. The 9 a.m. prayer was streamed on Stevens' Facebook … more
The audio portion of the Weathercast continues to have technical problems, but hopefully by what should be a sunny, pleasant Saturday, the technical glitches will resolve. A stalled front is … more
Most court proceedings statewide, including here in Wilson County, will be postponed until June 1 to continue the effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri … more
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