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Madalyn Walls of Wilson has been recognized as the area’s top seller for the 2017 Girl Scout cookie program, according to the Raleigh-based Girl Scouts of the North Carolina Coastal Pines. Walls sold 1,400 boxes of Girl Scout cookies in the … more
Summer camp scholarships are available for deaf and hard of hearing campers to participate in Camp Sertoma for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children June 25-30. The camp is located at Millstone 4-H Center in Ellerbe. The local Sertoma Club sponsors … more
Two former employees face multiple charges after police say they embezzled money from Best Buy. On Tuesday, officers responded to Best Buy in Wilson regarding an employee theft, according to officials. Police spoke with a Best Buy employee who … more
ELM CITY — The regulars at Oh My Lard restaurant all ordered the same breakfast Thursday morning — a smoked sausage biscuit with mustard and mayonnaise. That was their way to pay tribute to Donald Robert Felts, who they say was the … more
The 5K trail run at Wilson Christian Academy May 6 is about more than physical fitness. The inaugural event will honor the memory of a former student, the late Landen Bass, and help fund a scholarship in the 11-year-old’s name. “We … more
The victim of an April 9 assault at a fraternity party was charged in January in a fight with another student in the Barton College library. Track and field star Jamina Morris, 19, was issued a criminal summons Jan. 18 on a charge of misdemeanor simple affray. Student Breanna A. Fisher, 18, was also charged in connection with the incident. Morris said she has been part of … more
For years, Nancy Harrell struggled to walk long distances without getting “slam out of breath.” She didn’t eat that healthy, either. She also consumed five to six sodas a day and thoroughly enjoyed her sweet tea. But things … more
More than 300 children and their families flocked to Wilson Community Health Center’s inaugural Easter egg hunt held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. April 13. Festivities included pictures with Peter Cottontail the Easter Bunny, an egg walk, … more
The days of free broadband service in Pinetops are likely numbered as legislators work to push through a long-term solution. “Conversations have been taking place amongst various stakeholders in an attempt to find a mutually agreeable … more
Tonight’s Wilson City Council meeting is packed with items related to bolstering the local residential market. There are multiple public hearings on the 7 p.m. agenda, including one pertaining to the construction of four townhome units on … more
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