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Miss Wilson competition co-director David Bray says Wilson can’t go wrong being represented by any of this year’s women competing for the 2020 Miss Wilson and Miss Outstanding Teen … more
In the darkened interior of the new Esports Arena at Barton College, students are engaged in intense competition while others crowd around to watch. Under Hardy Alumni Hall, the college has taken … more
St. Rose Church of Christ, Disciples of Christ Women’s Fellowship, 605 Douglas St. S., will sponsor a breast cancer program from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 19. Ministry offering free … more
A full-service YMCA, more than 200 residential units and up to 20,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space is slated for construction on the site of downtown Wilson’s iconic BB&T … more
Picture it: It’s mid-July and 98 degrees, two screaming toddlers who need naps, one tired mama, and grocery shopping absolutely has to be done. I was that mama. The last thing I wanted to do … more
N.C. State University hosted a tour for new faculty and staff members showcasing eastern North Carolina, including the Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park and Scott Farms on Oct. 11. The goal of the … more
Community leaders united Thursday to announce plans to replace the iconic BB&T towers with the new Wilson Family YMCA and a residential and retail development. “We have worked so hard … more
After rainfall overnight Tuesday and during the day Wednesday, the area will see its chilliest temperatures of the season so far, Al Thomas explains in this week's installment of The Wilson Times … more
A Nashville man faces a charge after police say he set an ex-girlfriend’s mobile home on fire earlier this month. On Monday, Wilson police arrested 29-year-old Irving De-Almonte-Leon and … more
The Imagination Station Science and History Museum’s seventh annual Redwood Garden Party is 3 p.m. Sunday in the gardens of both 900 and 904 W. Nash St. California coastal redwood trees are … more
A Raleigh man is the fifth suspect to face charges in a Wilson home break-in and armed robbery reported last month. Johnston County sheriff’s deputies arrested 19-year-old Brandon F. Birdsong of … more
Animal feed manufacturer Cargill is closing its Wilson facility, leaving 26 employees out of a job. “In an effort to streamline operations and better serve customers more efficiently and … more
Despite steady, soaking rain, 800 Barton College students fanned out across Wilson to rake, shovel, sweep, haul and perform a range of other jobs to help the community as part of the 12th annual Day … more
For more than 40 years, Howard Jones lived to serve and help others through the Opportunities Industrialization Center of Wilson. He also inspired those around him to do the same. While it’s … more
With a residual chill in the air from Wednesday storms, more than 100 Wilsonians assembled to camp out for 12 hours to receive a year of Chick-fil-A meals. “I wanted to do this mostly to show my … more
Leo Hernandez, a worker with Carolina Windows and Doors of Greenville, caulks one of about 100 windows being replaced on the Wilson County Courthouse. The crew began the capital improvement project … more
Editor’s Note: This story contains graphic details of sexual assault and domestic violence that some readers may find disturbing. The first time Janine Latus was sexually assaulted, she was … more
MIDDLESEX — Residents expressed support for a new dentist office set to open in January during a public hearing Monday night. The Middlesex Board of Commissioners received comments on its … more
The search continues for a dog lost during a Labor Day weekend crash on the Nash-Wilson county line. Merle is a 3-year-old bluetick beagle. At the time of the Aug. 31 crash, Merle weighed 45 … more
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