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The Wilson Times area is set for sunshine and typical eastern North Carolina summertime heat over the long Independence Day … more
After four decades in Wilson, K&W Cafeteria will no longer be a part of the city’s restaurant options. “When we last spoke, there was an option on the table to negotiate a renewal … more
Wilson has a new option for small businesses to offer employees affordable health care. “Ever since the Affordable Care Act became law, the chamber has been exploring ways for our members to … more
A former Wilson man who was wanted for nearly a decade will spend several years in prison after authorities say he stabbed his wife and fled with their son.  Rey Fernando Bautista-Osorio … more
Many people have spoken of and written about butterflies as flying flowers. Butterflies add so much beauty to our environment that it is no wonder that they appear in poetry and prose, as well as in … more
Officials are clarifying information on a COVID-19 outbreak reported Tuesday at Wilson Pines Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.  “After additional clarification from Wilson Pines, the … more
A longtime, high-ranking soldier from Nashville is encouraging young folks who haven’t decided on a direction in life to follow her into the Army. Command Sgt. Maj. Lynice D. Thorpe-Noel is … more
Wilson fire officials said a fire in a burn barrel consumed a storage shed Monday night. Wilson Fire/Rescue Services crews responded around 2:30 p.m. to a fire on the 2200 block of Somerset … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has put a damper on many parents’ plans for summer fun, with the city of Wilson announcing Monday that all summer swimming lessons and two weeks of day camps have been … more
Garrett Johnson recently attained the rank of Eagle Scout. He is a member of Troop 381 at Farmington Heights Church. Garrett joined Cub Scouts in first grade and progressed through Webelos and Boy … more
This pandemic has surfaced a great benefit for you and your mom and dad and kids. You may have found already that you have called long-distance relatives a few times these last few months. Or written … more
County health officials reported a fifth COVID-19 outbreak at a congregate living facility Tuesday as well as a death associated with another facility.  Two Wilson Pines Nursing and … more
Two Florida men were grateful for passing motorists’ help when the Jeep they were towing caught fire Tuesday. Victor Giordano and Matt Weissenbach, both of Tampa, were towing a 2000 Jeep … more
A man will spend time in prison for his role in a 2017 Wilson nightclub shooting.  Julio Villegas-Perez pleaded guilty to assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury last week in … more
A Wilson teen faces a murder charge in connection to Sunday’s killing of a 78-year-old man.  Police have arrested 18-year-old Alin J. Gatling in the shooting death of Donald G. Aycock … more
The Wilson Times area will likely have several thunderstorms roll through this week as a trough stalls over North Carolina.   Storm chances run at 40% Tuesday, and move up a little to 50% … more
The family of a man missing for more than a decade now searches for ways to bring his case back into the spotlight. Travis Lamont Lynch, 21, vanished without a trace from southern Nash County on … more
NASHVILLE -— Nash County Sheriff Keith Stone said his deputies won’t enforce the statewide coronavirus mask mandate. All North Carolinians are required to wear face masks as of 5 p.m. … more
NASHVILLE — The Nash County death toll from COVID-19 climbed over the weekend with county officials reporting two fatalities. Six people in Nash County have now died from the … more
BAILEY — One of the world’s foremost experts on forensics who’s living an unassuming life in southern Nash County has chronicled the history of the state’s elite … more
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