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Candy Taylor couldn’t stop smiling. Taylor, co-founder of New Christian Food Pantry and Child Development Center, was grateful. “It brought me to tears,” she said. “The Lighthouse … more
A grassroots conservative advocacy group is praising state Reps. Jeff Collins and Susan Martin and Sen. Rick Horner for their voting records in the General Assembly. Collins, a Rocky Mount … more
The Wilson Times Co. is expanding its footprint with its Wednesday purchase of The Spring Hope Enterprise from longtime editor and publisher Ken Ripley. The acquisition will keep the 71-year-old … more
Wilson was the first appointment for Salvation Army lieutenants Jake and Liz Law. And while their time in Wilson has come to an end, they said the lessons and people they met will never be … more
The following titles have been added at the Wilson County Public Library. Adult Fiction “Beach House Reunion” by Mary Alice Monroe “The Book of Summer” by Michelle Gable “By … more
The Daughters of the American Revolution’s Thomas Hadley Chapter has announced the winners of its annual Youth Citizenship Awards. Each year, Wilson’s DAR chapter partners with public and … more
The Wilson County Board of Education approved the career and technical education plan for the 2017-18 school year Monday. Chairwoman Christine Fitch said the plan had already been approved by the … more
When the Wilson City Council supported a raise for police officers to fight widespread vacancies last fall, City Manager Grant Goings made it clear the effort would come with a cost. The bill came … more
The old Southern Cotton Oil Co. cotton seed building has been a part of downtown Wilson’s skyline for nearly 75 years Located on Stemmery Street, the Moskegee Iron Works structure dates back to … more
Wilson Chief of Police Thomas Hopkins’ efforts to build stronger relationships between his officers and the community resulted in him being selected as the National Police Athletic League’s Law … more
NASHVILLE — Nash Stop the Pipeline, a chapter of the Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League and the Alliance to Protect Our People and Places We Live, has organized a community walk Saturday along … more
The filing period opened Monday for candidates interested in running for Wilson County Soil and Conservation District supervisor. According to Wilson County Elections Director Rená Morris, no one … more
Police are investigating a break-in that occurred while a woman was sleeping in her Kenan Street home. On Tuesday, officers were dispatched to the 1100 block of Kenan Street regarding a burglary … more
Those who suffer from substance use disorders often remain in the shadows, even when they are in recovery. Many simply fear how friends, neighbors and community members will perceive them. But a … more
Some performances stand out in every band director’s career. For Keith Green, director of the Beddingfield High School band, that moment lasted about seven and a half minutes in the spring of … more
NASHVILLE — Deputies made the biggest heroin bust in Nash County history after pulling over a car on Interstate 95 Monday night. The Nash County Sheriff’s Office Highway Interdiction Team … more
SHARPSBURG — A law enforcement group has accused Mayor Robert L. Williams of lashing out at town police with racial slurs and rude hand gestures on the heels of his drunken driving arrest. The … more
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