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A few individual tickets are available for the April 11 Wilson Roasts for Habitat roast of Ken Jones. Most seats at the fundraising dinner will be taken by sponsored tables, but a few individual tickets remain. Those who wish to honor Jones and … more
The American Red Cross is encouraging eligible donors to give blood during National Volunteer Month this April. Nearly 2.8 million people donated blood through the Red Cross last year. Volunteer donors are the only source of blood products for … more
Wilson Duplicate Bridge Club winners on March 21 are, North/South: Barbara Thomson and Sharon Foster, first; Deas Linville and Martha Walston, second; Nelson Crisp and Jeannie Exum, third; and Glenda Wilson and Betty Banks, fourth. East/West winners … more
By the end of April, patients should start occupying the 24 new rooms in the fifth-floor medical/surgical unit at Wilson Medical Center. The inpatient behavioral health unit on the sixth floor will open soon after. Last week, construction crews … more
A Charlotte-based businessman with a passion for growing the entrepreneurial spirit and know-how in the next generation shared his story with Wilsonians and students at Barton College. “I believe entrepreneurship can be an effective way to … more
Students and staff at Barton College are mourning the loss of freshman Miranda Wheeler, 18, who died Friday following an ATV accident earlier in the day near her home in Youngsville. Wheeler, a graduate of Bunn High School, was a pre-nursing … more
Those of us who spent time on the farm as children have rich memories of the chicken yard, clucking hens, crowing roosters, fresh eggs and general chicken lore. Each spring our grandmother would get a brood of biddies, which she kept under a … more
Engineer and Wilson native Katherine Jordan taught local students how to design mobile apps for smartphones and tablets during a youth enrichment program last weekend. Jordan taught the teenagers how to use a visual programming language, enabling … more
A Wilson city employee has been charged with breaking into four storage units at an Elm City mini-storage center. Leslie Earl Hinnant Jr., 47, of Benson Street in Tarboro, is accused of using bolt cutters to enter the units at Quality Mini … more
Church holding food giveaway Kairos Church Ministries, 1003 S. Lodge St., will have a food giveaway 8 a.m. Saturday, March 25. Dance studio hosting fundraiser A vendor spring fling fundraiser will be held 12:30-5:30 p.m. Saturday, March 25 … more
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