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For 38 years, Terry Davis has worked as a dental hygienist, but like millions of Americans, the Wilsonian suddenly is out of work due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. “I didn’t wake up this … more
FAYETTEVILLE (AP) — A North Carolina man died on Sunday after being shot at a home where a “large gathering” apparently had occurred in the early morning hours, police … more
Billy is the Wilson Times' adoptable pet of the week. Billy is described as a friendly and energetic 6-year old-hound mix. Running and visiting are his favorite things. Billy is available for … more
I’d like to take a few moments this week and thank some of the readers for their contributions to the column.  I got a nice letter from Billy Lamm, who is rapidly becoming a good friend … more
Protesters swarmed downtown Sunday as night fell on Wilson. Cars full of jeering young people honking horns and shouting slogans joined with pedestrian protesters in front of the Wilson County … more
DAR honors award-winners [Photo gallery]
Braillen Hill of Wilson works on her project during a silk scarf painting camp presented by the Arts Council of Wilson at the Boykin Center this week. Eight students made unique designs at the camp, … more
The Integrity Unlimited Community Development Corp. and ICB productions are bringing the fifth annual GOMA Fest to Wilson. The youth and family program runs Monday through Friday at Vick … more
Two dozen members of Wilson Fire/Rescue Services recently participated in four days worth of strategic planning as the department compiles a plan for the next five years.   more
Tickets are going fast for the Wilson Chamber of Commerce’s upcoming presentation from Charlie Perusse, state budget director. “North Carolina generally, and Wilson in particular, benefits … more
Whether addressing career readiness among adolescents, spurring economic development or creating a community where people want to be, the bottom line is no one person or organization can do it alone. … more
High pressure centered across the northeastern United States ridging back to Tennessee is expected to continue to dominate the weather in The Wilson Times' area at least through the weekend. That … more
MIDDLESEX — Crack cocaine, meth, marijuana and firearms were seized during a recent raid on a Middlesex home, authorities announced Tuesday. Deputies with the Nash County Sheriff’s Office … more
BAILEY — Four months after a Wilson man mysteriously vanished more than a decade ago, suspicious fires destroyed a mobile home belonging to the family of the last people to see him alive. Travis … more
While Wilson County has no diagnosed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, local health officials say they have been making preparations. “We continue to closely monitor the … more
U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield voiced his support Friday for the passage of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, which is the third phase of federal assistance to the global … more
The N.C. Forest Service has asked residents to reconsider burning yard debris due to spring wildfire season and the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our goal with this release is to reduce the number of … more
Rev. Leigh Finnegan-Hosey of First Christian Church delivered Wednesday’s Prayer for Our City with an introduction by Wilson Mayor Carlton Stevens. The 9:15 a.m. prayer was streamed on … more
The greater Wilson area is in for a damp weekend due to multiple complex weather systems bringing a steady stream of moisture, Al Thomas Jr. explains in this installment of The Wilson Times … more
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