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Freddy Nava has been in Wilson for just eight months. To advance himself and get a good job, Nava is taking an English as a second language course at Wilson Community College. Nava, a native of Mexico, came to the class early Tuesday to pick … more
Nov. 2 John J. Covolo, presiding Spainhour/Koehler, prosecutors • Jah’Quan Artis, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, confinement in response to violation 30 days Wilson County Jail, credit one … more
Nov. 1 Pell Cooper, presiding Arch/Koehler, prosecutors • Beverly A. Battle, expired registration card/tag, voluntarily dismissed; expired/no inspection, voluntarily dismissed. • William B. Boykin, expired registration … more
TARBORO — A 200,000 square-foot cold storage facility will bring at least 100 full-time jobs to the Edgecombe County seat, developers announced this week. Lionchase Holdings plans to invest $22.7 million in the project, which resulted … more
Eyes on Main Street is launching a new endeavor, offering an artist-in-residence program to photographers from across the country and around the world. Starting in September, a photographer will have the use of apartment space at Nash Street … more
A man accused of killing his wife and father with an ax is behind bars in Wilson County after deputies had him extradited from California. Detectives took 38-year-old Michael Allen Joyner into custody Tuesday night at the Raleigh-Durham … more
On behalf of eight Virginia clients, the Southern Environmental Law Center filed a motion Tuesday asking the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to hold a hearing for developers to justify the need for construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. more
Area legislators are voicing their opinions on the $23 billion North Carolina budget that passed 77-40 in a preliminary state House vote Wednesday. The budget has a final House hurdle to clear today. If approved, the spending plan will be sent Gov. Roy Cooper’s desk. “I fought hard to … more
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