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Dozens of fans stepped up to the plate Sunday to help the hungry during the annual Wilson Tobs’ Home Run for Hunger Celebration. “I think it’s a great cause,” said Kelly Kornegay, who was … more
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. Adult Fiction “Beyond the Point: A Novel” by Claire Gibson “The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls” by Anissa … more
GOLDSBORO — A rural Wayne County woman was arrested on a meth possession charge Friday after sheriff’s deputies stopped an SUV she was riding in. Deborah Ann Reeves, 36, of Gurley Dairy Road … more
Ava West delivered a swift uppercut to Alyssa Wagoner’s chin. Ava matched the blow with a well-timed “knap” on the chest and Alyssa sold the strike with a coordinated, backward head … more
The first two days of summer will be mild, but the heat returns with a vengeance as the workweek begins, Al Thomas says in this weekend's installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
This year’s Reagan Day Dinner is serving as a fundraiser for the Republican Museum of North Carolina. The Wilson County Republican Party is holding the annual event, which starts at 6:30 p.m. … more
As a boy, Daniel Blanks fished all the little farm ponds around Wilson County. On Sunday night, Blanks will be featured on the popular National Geographic television series “Wicked Tuna: Outer … more
The old wisdom says first impressions are the ones people remember. It’s been said that the first impression is always right and it is always stored in the back of the mind for future reference. I … more
“Watermelon ­— it’s a good fruit. You eat, you drink, you wash your face,” said Italian tenor Enrico Caruso. What other fruit allows us to do all three at the same … more
When I was very young and asked what I wanted to be, the answer was easy enough: Captain of a starship. How did I know that not enough time would pass for my first dream job to develop from the … more
Sharpsburg’s prior top cop is suing the town for wrongful termination. Former Police Chief John Hunt has filed a lawsuit claiming racial discrimination and is asking for at least $50,000 in … more
Parents of Lee Woodard Elementary children were notified last week after structural components of the school tested positive for lead paint, officials said Friday. Letters were mailed to the … more
Wilson City Council members passed a $253 million budget for fiscal year 2019-20 without any discussion or public comments Thursday night. City Manager Grant Goings presented the proposal in May … more
The State Employees’ Credit Union Bridge to Career Scholarship for the spring semester was awarded to Alexius J. Coleman, a Wilson Community College student. The scholarship provides students with … more
Varity Christian Music group Generation III will celebrate the release of a second CD Saturday, June 29, in Wilson. The Christian music concert at Connect Church, 4865 Nash St. N will begin at 6 … more
SIMS — Marsh Swamp Free Will Baptist Church, 6664 Rock Ridge School Road, will have an indoor yard sale from 7 - 11 a.m. Saturday, June 22. All proceeds will go to the Free Will Baptist … more
Wilson Board of Realtors members volunteered at the Wilson Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore on Wednesday for the N.C. Realtors Gives Back Day. Pictured are Realtors Jay Forbes, Tyler Worrell, Penny … more
Wilson Parks & Recreation held its first summer aquathon Saturday at the Recreation Park Center pool with three water exercise classes for three hours by three instructors. More than 50 people … more
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