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Church plans breakfast fundraiser ELM CITY — Mount Zion United Methodist Church, 5326 London Church Road, will have an all-you-can-eat pancake and sausage breakfast 7 - 10 a.m. Saturday, March 25. The cost is $7 each. There will also be a … more
NASHVILLE — Trillium Health Resources plans to begin providing mental health and substance abuse care services to Nash County residents in July following paperwork delays. Residents recently received letters from Trillium announcing that … more
RALEIGH — Eldon “Sharpe” Newton of Wilson will receive the prestigious Gen. Hugh Shelton National Leadership Scholarship at N.C. State University for 2017-21. The scholarship is awarded annually to an incoming first-year student … more
The last whirligig to be moved from Vollis Simpson’s pasture has made its way to downtown Wilson. Early Sunday morning, the 24-foot fan blade from the whirligig was loaded onto a low-boy truck and escorted from Lucama, up U.S. 301 to … more
A man who prosecutors say was responsible for the death of a newspaper carrier last year will spend several years behind bars. … more
Jury selection began Monday afternoon in the murder trial of a man accused of a fatal shooting outside Oscar’s Lounge in 2013. Christopher Aaron Barnes … more
GREENVILLE—Greenville’s former police chief who now works as a law enforcement consultant said Sunday that he is disappointed with his country of 42 years after being detained for about 90 minutes at John F. Kennedy International Airport … more
Local lawmakers have introduced a bipartisan bill that would allow Greenlight Community Broadband to keep its existing customers outside the Wilson County lines. Rep. Susan Martin, R-Wilson, filed … more
The sponsor of an act to raise the minimum wage said Friday she doesn’t believe the bill will ever come to a vote. Sen. Angela Bryant, D-Nash, introduced Senate Bill 210, which seeks to raise the state’s minimum wage to $15 per hour … more
CULLOWHEE — Two Wilson County educators recently attended professional development programs at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching. Sonya A. Griffin and Wendy C. Skinner of Rock Ridge Elementary are Wilson County … more
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