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It was, at least, no surprise. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, the only company that offers health care policies in all 100 counties in the state, has announced an average 24.3 percent cost increase for premiums on policies under the … more
This Halloween, the forces of political correctness are giving American college students a scare. Administrators and student groups are fretting over costume choices. Garb like Indian headdresses, turbans, sombreros and gypsy outfits are widely … more
When the dust settles on Election Day, Velma Barnes, Henry Mercer and Gary Farmer will remain on the Wilson County Board of Education and state Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield will win her eighth term in the state House. These aren’t bold … more
By what we’ve read and learned from talking with people who were in areas hit especially hard by Hurricane Matthew, the state response has been top-notch. Gov. Pat McCrory, his staff, agencies and thousands of state workers deserve credit … more
Greenlight’s fiber optic broadband network may be underground, but for the Wilson City Council, it’s looking more and more like a highwire. City leaders are walking a tightrope as they balance their desire to keep Vick Family Farms in … more
It has been a very contentous year in politics and North Carolina has seen its fair share. We have seen punches thrown earlier this year at a Donald Trump rally in Fayetteville when an elderly supporter of the Republican presidential nominee got … more
Starting today, Wilson County residents have more than two weeks to make their voices heard. If you missed Wednesday’s voter registration deadline, you still have the opportunity to participate in one-stop early voting. Citizens can … more
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