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Wilson County is in store for "a lot of weather variety" this weekend and early in the workweek, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in the latest installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. G. K. Butterfield’s office is accepting entries in the 1st Congressional District’s annual congressional art competition. Since 1982, more than 650,000 high school … more
Wilson Surgical Associates, which has cared for patients in Wilson and surrounding communities for more than two decades, is now part of UNC Rex Healthcare’s North Carolina Surgery. The practice … more
The Wilson City Council voted Thursday to approve an incentive package for a nearly $7 million expansion at Linamar Forgings Carolina. “This is Linamar’s second expansion since they purchased … more
Faith Temple Mission and Total Impact Outreach at 117 S. Douglas St. will give away clothing and other miscellaneous items and serve soup beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, March 17. Church offering … more
Cooking consumes a lot of time in some homes, especially those of the past when people ate at home most of the time. Experienced cooks know that cooking uses mathematics, art, chemistry and … more
Atlantic Christian College: Established in Wilson in 1902 by the Disciples of Christ. Campus bounded by Whitehead Avenue, Lee Street, Deans Street and Woodard Avenue. Substation of Wilson Post … more
Even though Wilson has been enduring a cold snap lately, there is no doubt residents in the Northeast have had it worse with feet of snow, torrential winds and damaging floods. So when the call came … more
In the shadow of a tall oak tree at Paul Berry Hickory Grove Park in downtown Wilson, community members gathered Friday to celebrate the planting of a new swamp white oak for Arbor Day. “The … more
Words of wisdom are posted over the door to Logan Ballance’s pig barn. “The only showman you should try to be better than is the showman you were yesterday” the sign says. “My aunt did … more
“Remember the Sabbath day, and keep it holy.” Yep, that’s one that should be in your top ten list of commandments whether you count it as No. 3 or No. 4 (Come on, you knew there were two … more
For the sixth consecutive year, Edward Jones financial adviser Kim Hoffman of Wilson has been named to the Barron’s magazine annual list of “America’s Top 1,200 Financial Advisers, State by … more
Wilson residents are invited to celebrate trees and the way they improve the community today and Saturday. The city of Wilson will hold its annual Arbor Day celebration at 3 p.m. Friday at Paul … more
The Wilson County Substance Prevention Coalition will sponsor a program next month that will help adults who work with youth stay up to date on current trends regarding alcohol and drugs. The … more
When Kristin Sawyer says thank you to blood donors, she means it. Sawyer, American Red Cross donor recruitment district manager for eastern North Carolina, wouldn’t be here if it were not for … more
Poet Barbara Presnell will be featured at the upcoming Victor R. Small Writers Series lecture on Wednesday. The lecture will be held at 7 p.m. in the Sam and Marjorie Ragan Writing Center on campus. … more
Angie Hall believes every girl should have a night she will never forget. That’s why her nonprofit, the Hall Foundation, is working with the community to make sure that happens. The Hall … more
ELM CITY — Verona True feels it’s important that the students of Elm City Elementary School know the man after whom their school will soon be named. The Elm City school was named Frederick … more
RALEIGH — State Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield, D-Wilson, has been named to a new legislative committee tasked with evaluating school security measures in North Carolina. House Speaker Tim Moore, … more
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