WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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The future of financial aid is in dire straits. Pell Grants, which ensure low-income students the opportunity to attend college, are under attack in Congress.  The fiscal year 2017 spending … more
We have stooped to executives calling each other morons; bullying among cohort, schoolyard blustering, bullying among nations and hiding, perverting and lying.  Obama was and is an American … more
Congressman George Butterfield (D-N.C.-1) is in the pocket of the nation’s beet and cane sugar cartels!  Butterfield continually votes to maintain the U.S. sugar program. Why? It is … more
As a small business owner and adviser for more than 40 years, I believe immigration reform is of the utmost importance to the business community. Immigration is one of the most complex matters facing … more
I am flattered that my frustration about Brewmasters was noted by The Wilson Times (“Citizen steals spotlight, outshines candidates in Brewmasters brouhaha,” editorial, Saturday) but speakers … more
Every week I read the school lunch menus and it breaks my heart. Schools, hospitals and the like serve institutional food that is not conducive to healthy minds and bodies. The "dumbing down" of … more
When you stated that the style of  The Wilson Times had been changed, I immediately turned to the Opinion section. I must admit that I was a little perturbed when I did not see the Thought For … more
As a federal retiree who has served our country for years, I am deeply concerned with a provision in the president's budget which would eliminate cost-of-living adjustments for current and future … more
A short time ago I was a patient in the Wilson Medical Center. It had been a long time since I was a hospital patient and I just wanted to let people know how proud we should be of our facility. I … more
I was an attendee at the candidates’ forum for the Wilson City Council.  I heard some good things.  I also heard some worrisome things. District 5’s incumbent seemed … more
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