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Gov. Roy Cooper honored Black History Month on Tuesday by recognizing African American education leaders from across the state for their many accomplishments that have helped move North Carolina … more
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A statewide service aimed to help people and refer them to community resources related to COVID-19 is available for all, including Wilson County residents. Gov. Roy Cooper announced N.C. 211, a … more
NASHVILLE — The Nash County Health Department is reporting the first COVID-19-associated death in Nash County. The male patient, in his late 70s with underlying conditions, died Tuesday from … more
After two years of cones and detours, construction on a stretch of U.S. 301 has finished. “Over the years, we have experienced difficulty in attracting business development in east … more
Apostle Charles Lewis of Kairos Church Ministries delivered Monday’s Prayer for Our City with an introduction by Wilson Mayor Carlton Stevens. The 9:15 a.m. prayer was streamed on … more
North Carolina's unemployment rate ballooned to a record 12% in April amid the coronavirus-related economic slowdown, state officials said Friday, as some restrictions on businesses were set to … more
Did you know that Wilson Community College has a brand-new program starting this fall? The new two-year degree program, building construction technology, prepares students to apply technical … more
Eastern North Carolina will see ample relief from Hurricane Dorian this weekend and into the workweek, Al Thomas says in the latest installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
Motorists using Raleigh Road Parkway, or U.S. 264 Alternate, west of the Interstate 95 interchange between Wilson and Sims will soon see changes that could affect mobility in the area. The N.C. … more
A few years ago, I was out to lunch with a couple of guys I worked with and we went to a deli. The deli was one of the traditional kind, with all kinds of meats and stuff hanging around and corned … more
Companies have made a number of economic development announcements in recent months, but that doesn’t mean the staff tasked with recruiting businesses are resting on their laurels. Wilson … more
Special Olympics Wilson County hosted its annual basketball competition with 170 athletes participating in individual skills and team games. The two-day event was held last month at the Recreation … more
GREENVILLE  (AP) — A car wash worker in North Carolina found treasure amid the business’s trash when he discovered a $1,200 IRS stimulus check mixed in with the garbage. Antonio … more
Wilson County reported eight new COVID-19 cases Wednesday. Two of the patients are a resident and an employee at Wilson Rehabilitation and Nursing Center.  There are now 33 residents and 10 … more
After a short debate, the Wilson City Council on Monday opted to delay action on eliminating the permit requirement for temporary signs and allowing larger murals downtown.  Council members … more
Authorities are investigating bomb threats made against Wilson businesses. On Monday, the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office notified the Wilson Police Department of a bomb threat against two … more
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