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KENLY — Bonny Waddell reached into a box filled with paper lanterns. As she passed them out, she asked family and friends to write a personal message to her son, 5-year-old Cannon … more
A Wilson man is recovering after first responders rescued him from a Saturday morning house fire. Wilson Fire/Rescue crews responded to a fire on the 4100 block of Huntsmoor Lane at 8:26 … more
The Wilson Times area appears set for a mostly dry, seasonable weekend. High pressure is expected to push out the remnants of Storm Beta on Saturday morning. That means early morning fog, drizzle … more
Federal regulators recently sided with the city of Wilson over Duke Energy Progress in a money-saving initiative. “That is a very exciting piece of news and it could really help our rates … more
Corrie Hansen, board-certified family nurse practitioner, has joined the Wilson Physician Services team.   Hansen is practicing at Wilson Family Care, located at 1700 Tarboro St., Suite … more
Wilson County reported 28 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases Friday. Patients include a Spring Arbor resident and a facility staff member at Longleaf Neuro-Medical Treatment Center and Wilson Pines … more
Graduate and undergraduate students in the Barton College School of Business recently completed the BB&T Emerging Leaders certification, a new addition to the school’s co-curricular … more
Since March, business owners have been challenged to evolve with the ever-changing pandemic environment.  “Pharmacies and grocery stores couldn’t keep their shelves stocked … more
Authorities canceled a Silver Alert issued for Lashaye Denise Freeman at 4:47 a.m. Saturday, according to the N.C. Center for Missing Persons.  PREVIOUSLY REPORTED The N.C. Center for … more
Dozens of President Donald Trump’s campaign signs were reported stolen in Wilson this week, and police say a surveillance camera captured at least one theft on video.  “This week, … more
CLAYTON — A 9-year-old boy accidentally shot his 2-year-old sister in the head Friday morning, Clayton police said. The shooting happed just after 11 a.m. at 108 Smart Court, which is off … more
Church to hold prayer walk KENLY — Holly Springs Original Free Will Baptist Church, 80 Beulah Town Road, will hold a prayer walk from 1-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26. Community members who can’t … more
I don’t like to be ignored. The only thing worse than being ignored completely is being patronized before ultimately being ignored in action. Yet, it happens in almost every area of my … more
As the youngest of nine children in a rural Wilson County tenant farming family, Randolph Sessoms grew up to be Wilson County Schools’ first African American superintendent. “We grew … more
Wilson County reported 11 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases Thursday. Patients include four Brian Center residents, one Brian Center employee and one Spring Arbor resident, according to county health … more
Time is running out to get counted for the 2020 census. Wilson County officials say it’s vital that residents make themselves and their households count to help the community as a whole in the … more
One of Wilson’s former four-legged residents was featured in the latest installment of the bestselling “Chicken Soup for the Soul” series. Author Jennifer Kennedy adopted Barkley, a … more
Veteran Rep. G.K. Butterfield will face off against Republican newcomer Sandy Smith at the polls Nov. 3 to represent U.S. House District 1. The Wilson Times sent five questions to both candidates … more
SARATOGA — Investigators say speed and alcohol were factors in a single-car wreck that claimed a Wilson man’s life Monday night. Ronnie Finch, 42, of Wilson, died after the 8:36 p.m. … more
The Wilson County Board of Education decided Monday to discuss possible reentry plans for Wilson County Schools children in a special meeting Wednesday. Superintendent Lane Mills commented on Gov. … more
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