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Two men face drug trafficking charges after Wilson police seized 2 kilograms of black tar heroin Sunday. Police stopped a vehicle after observing traffic violations around 11:30 a.m. on the 4300 … 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
Joan Davis remembers the way things were when she was growing up in Wilson. The 77-year-old said the railroad tracks that slice through downtown Wilson were a line of demarcation with white on the … more
Wilson County Schools has asked teachers to return to their classrooms on Monday, Sept. 21. Superintendent Lane Mills informed teachers last week that they’d no longer have the option of … more
Some Wilsonians paused their house hunt when the COVID-19 pandemic hit home, but effects on the real estate market were brief, as sales have soared in recent months. “After seeing a slight … more
Adult fiction “All the Devils Are Here: A Novel” by Louise Penny “An Appalachian Summer” by Ann H. Gabhart “Bitter Pill” by Fern Michaels “The Book of Lost Names: A Novel” … more
Two side-by-side Eyes on Main Street photographic exhibits will be up through Sept. 26 in downtown Wilson’s newly expanded Judith Edwards Gallery. “The Definite Portrait Photographer” is a … more
NASHVILLE — A history of flooding has prompted Nash County to create a new advisory committee to help county officials address ongoing impacts of floods and related environmental … more
Wilson County health officials reported a new COVID-19 facility outbreak at Spring Arbor. Wilson County Health Director Teresa Ellen said there are seven Spring Arbor residents and one facility … more
Barton College ranks as the highest North Carolina college listed in the 2021 U.S. News and World Report “Best Value” Among Regional Colleges in the South list. In this 36th edition of … more
Wilson County Association of Educators members have endorsed state Rep. Linda Cooper-Suggs in her bid for a full term representing House District 24, the North Carolina Association of Educators … more
Four adults and a 16-year-old were injured by gunfire Saturday night and have non-life-threatening injuries, according to Capt. Steve Stroud of the Wilson Police Department. Police were called to … more
Did you know that Wilson Community College, in partnership with Greenlight, is hosting a free community event in a few weeks? “Cyber-Safe in the Gigabit City v2.0: Cyber Safe in the … more
Across the U.S., there appears to be no one standard reaction or updated policy on what to do with students who test positive for COVID-19.  There appears to be no standard guidance for each … more
The following deed transfers for the week of Aug. 31 through Sept. 4 have been recorded in the Wilson County Register of Deeds Office:  From WJH LLC to Kinnan Ellison Stallings, 400 Denver … more
As Belle Waddell waited Saturday, she looked up at the sky.  “I can look up there in those clouds, and I know he’s riding those bicycles all over that golden road,” she said … more
Wilson County reported 21 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases Friday, including a Brian Center resident.  The Brian Center is currently experiencing a COVID-19 outbreak at its facility on Downing … more
Church plans lunch giveaway Brown Chapel Church, 1507 Hadley St., will hold a lunch giveaway from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12. Drive-thru and walk-thru pickup is available and … more
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