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Beginning on Wednesday, WilsonTimes.com visitors will be asked to register for a free member account to continue reading stories on the website. The switch to a membership model is part of a … more
Katelyn Webb Miller is the newest attorney at Narron & Holdford, P.A. She will practice in the areas of domestic litigation, divorce, guardianship and general litigation. Sworn in on Oct. … more
The Wilson Parkinson’s Support Group will meet at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, at First Presbyterian Church on Sunset Road. All patients, family members and caregivers are invited to attend. Guest … more
Taleyah Atkinson briefly glanced into the Spot Vision Screener. She saw colorful blinking lights. “It was purple and kind of pinkish red and little circles and dots,” Taleyah said. The … more
Sparks flew Monday between Wilson officials and political newcomers as well as residents at a Wilson Times candidate forum. The first flare-up happened shortly into the forum when a resident asked … more
GREENVILLE — East Carolina University’s College of Education awarded scholarships to more than 100 students, including one from Wilson County, for the 2019-20 academic year. Daniel Barnes of … more
The Golden Leaf Community College Scholarships for the fall 2019 semester have been awarded to 12 Wilson Community College students. Student receiving the scholarships are Erika Summerlin, … more
The North Carolina Democratic Party said Monday that a nonpartisan election analyst claims the U.S. Senate seat held by Republican Thom Tillis could more easily be won by a Democrat, citing Tillis’ … more
Several Wilson Parks and Recreation classes moved to Rotary Park last week, including this line dance class.   more
Albert Grissom, seated at right, turned 95 on Oct. 3 and celebrated with a small gathering of friends and family at Bill's Grill on Nash last week. The setting was chosen because Grissom used to work … more
More than 100 golfers headed to Willow Springs Country Club on Friday to raise money and support homeless and at-risk veterans. The annual golf tournament, hosted by the Knights of Columbus and … more
Residents of Wilson, Nash and Edgecombe counties will have more access to dental care thanks to a federal grant aimed at expanding services. Carolina Family Health Centers was recently awarded … more
Last year, Wilson County soaked up heavy rains from Hurricane Florence. Sweet potato growers faced muddy fields with low spots filled with unsellable rotting potatoes. “We are the exact … more
ELM CITY — At 83 years old, David Moore isn’t getting any younger. He has a 50-acre lot of land in Wilson County that he’d love to sell before he dies, but without sewer hookups, no one’s … more
After a couple weeks of dry cold fronts and mild temperatures, the greater Wilson area is in for some rain and a taste of more fall-like weather in the days ahead, Al Thomas explains in this weekend … more
Mayor and city council candidates will share their visions for Wilson’s future with city residents Monday at Wilson Community College’s DelMastro Auditorium. The Wilson Times will hold a city … more
This week’s report of the Wilson Education Partnership Adult Spelling Bee was an inspiration and proof that the network of organizations and efforts to support and enrich our local schools is alive … more
This past week I went to the North Carolina mountains to attend a pastors’ conference for my denomination. I was blessed with hearing three keynote speakers who used scriptures, imagery and, … more
When our younger daughter moved back home a few months ago, we knew it was going to be a bit of an adjustment having her in the house when we had just gotten used to her being out on her own. A lot … more
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