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Suspect charged with shooting man in face

A Wilson man faces an attempted murder charge after police say he shot another man in the face. On May 18, police responded to a 11:27 p.m. call to the 600 block of Minchew Street regarding a …
The Wilson County Animal Shelter has failed a state inspection conducted by the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services' Animal Welfare Section.

Animal shelter fails state inspection

The Wilson County Animal Shelter has failed a state inspection for a range of issues cited in a scathing report by the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Animal Welfare Section. …
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 13 Vice President Becky Rose, left, and Miss Wilson Jerenae Raeford place a wreath in front of the city council dais in memory of fallen veterans during the 2018 Memorial Day service.

Mathis to deliver Memorial Day message

A Marine Corps veteran from Wilson who was injured in Afghanistan will serve as keynote speaker for the Wilson Committee on Patriotism’s Memorial Day service on Monday. Lance Cpl. Duncan Mathis …
Volunteers from BB&T build 18 raised gardens for Seeds of Hope Wilson near Vick Elementary School on Tuesday. Drew C. Wilson | Times

Seeds of Hope plants garden

With helping hands from BB&T Lighthouse Project volunteers and enthusiasm from local residents and Vick Elementary School volunteers, the Seeds of Hope Teaching and Community Garden is taking …
WEATHERCAST

Albert Thomas Jr.

Weathercast: Mid-90s add summer-like sizzle to Memorial Day weekend

Memorial Day weekend in eastern North Carolina will feel more like the Fourth of July, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this Friday through Tuesday edition of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you …

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JOHNSTONIAN NEWS
Ham & Yam Festival to celebrate 35 years

SMITHFIELD — Saturday’s 35th annual Ham & Yam Festival stands out among other community festivals because of its food. “When some of our food vendors started talking about the ham and …

Selma oil tanker crash under investigation

Selma museum seeks a new home

Livestock show, sale honors young and old

Corinth Holders High to see $5.8M expansion

Kenly native to present dental research

THE ENTERPRISE
Workers’ memorial honors Middlesex’s Bachmann

Workers, labor and faith leaders and family members gathered Friday morning on the grounds of the Old State Capitol in Raleigh for an annual interfaith Workers’ Memorial Day service to ring a bell …

School board passes $147M budget

Bailey police hold first open house

Bailey’s Bland named top teacher

FUN STUFF
COLUMN
Marvel’s ‘Endgame’: The critical setup in short

OK, as of the date of this printing, it has been one month since the first showing of “Avengers: Endgame.” For the past four weeks, I have kept my spoiler-free promise except in closed …

LIFE
Pasta dish makes weeknight dinner special

Most nights now, I’m cooking for just Reggie and me. That means I’m not planning in advance as much as I used to; sometimes we are very happy to eat bacon and egg sandwiches for dinner. Easy to …

SPORTS
College Sports
BARTON NOTEBOOK: Brkovic leads parade of Bulldogs picking up accolades

Senior Aleksa Brkovic excelled in the classroom as well as on the court for the 2019 championship Barton College men’s volleyball team. From Belgrade, Serbia, Brkovic was recently saluted as …

BC’s Clemons earns all-region in three events

Barton’s Boyette tabbed Div. II PING All-Southeast Region

Wilkinson tops Barton Hall of Fame 2019 class

Barton basketball summer camps dates announced

Community sports
Post 13 clipped by Fuquay-Varina, 2-1, in season opener

FUQUAY-VARINA — The Wilson American Legion Post 13 baseball team posted a 11-7 advantage in hits Sunday afternoon, but stranded 13 base runners in opening its 2019 season with a 2-1 loss to the …

Taking their cuts

Seeing the fireflies

Post 13 clipped by Fuquay-Varina in opener

Free PHOTO GALLERY: 2019 North Carolina Baseball Museum Celebrity Golf Tournament

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