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Since moving back home to Wilson, Dante Pittman has visited the Oliver Nestus Freeman Round House Museum several times. “I am always blown away when I walk in and read,” Pittman said. The … more
KENLY— Fifteen people want to be Kenly’s next town manager, interim manager Ralph Clark told the Town Council on Sept. 14. The council will likely narrow that list when it meets Oct. … more
Candidates for Wilson County’s state House seat will share their vision for public service and field questions from the press and public during The Wilson Times’ virtual candidate forum … more
The Sallie B. Howard School for the Arts and Education says it will continue remote instruction through Dec. 22. School spokeswoman Saptosa Foster said in a Friday news release that the decision … more
Wilson City Councilman James Johnson sided with existing properties in two rezoning cases Thursday.  “Just like when we’re protecting a neighborhood from a restaurant that wants … more
Wilson County reported 28 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases Friday. Patients include a Brian Center resident and a Longleaf Neuro-Medical Treatment Center employee, according to county health … more
The Wilson Times area should enjoy very stable conditions at least Saturday through Tuesday, with cool temperatures and lots of sunshine. A high-pressure system dropping from the Great Lakes to … more
Growing pumpkins in Wilson County is essentially a roll of the dice. “Other guys have said if you grow them four years, you will have one good year and three bad ones. The stars will align … more
The following deed transfers for the week of Sept. 4-8 have been recorded in the Wilson County Register of Deeds Office:  From Curtis Mackey and Helen Mackey to Toshika Mackey, 411 Applewhite … more
Did you know WCC students now have access to free counseling -- personal, legal, and financial? Now more than ever, support and resources are essential for navigating these stressful and uncertain … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a diminutive yet towering women’s rights champion who became the court’s second female justice, died Friday at her home … more
Two teenage drivers were unhurt in a minor wreck Thursday in the 1200 block of Forest Hills Boulevard across from McDonalds. Uri Mora, 19,of Bailey, driving a Dodge Dart, said she swerved to avoid a … more
Lamont Wiggins, presiding June 24 • Hobert Martin, pleaded guilty to embezzlement, conditional discharge 24 months, $6,456.02 restitution, after 12 months unsupervised if in compliance, $250 … more
Wilson plans to complete several stormwater projects along Hominy Creek thanks to a recently awarded federal grant. “Improving water quality continues to be a focus point for us here at the … more
Alumni plate sale planned The HBCU Alumni organization will hold a plate sale from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, at 503 Herring Ave. The cost is $10 for a meat and two sides per plate … more
Three Wilson men have been charged with first-degree murder in the July killing of 24-year-old Tylyike A. Pigford. Wilson police and U.S. Marshals Carolina Regional Fugitive Task Force members … more
The Wilson County Department of Social Services received a national achievement award for its financial management practices. The agency was recognized with an achievement award from the National … more
Elm City Middle School band and general music teacher Adam Schultz knew teaching by remote learning would be difficult at the beginning of this school year. So he just shifted his focus from the … more
RC3 is gearing up for its third annual Live Life in Color run to support the nonprofit in substance use prevention and recovery support efforts in Wilson County. This year’s run is a bit … more
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