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Wednesday, July 13 Pell Cooper, presiding Weddle/Hardy, prosecutors • William D. Banks, expired registration card/tag, $25 fine, court costs; driving while license revoked not impaired revoked, voluntarily dismissed. • Shelly … more
Tuesday, July 12 John M. Britt, presiding Bernis/Arch, prosecutors • Antonio D. Applewhite, sexual battery, 150 days Wilson County Jail suspended five years, 24 months probation, $200 fine, court costs, obtain mental health evaluation … more
July 8 William C. Farris, presiding Orndorff/Hardy, prosecutors • James C. Artis, fail to wear seat belt-driver, voluntarily dismissed; driving while license revoked not impaired revoked, voluntarily dismissed. • Vernon L. … more
PIKEVILLE — A permanent repair of damage caused by Hurricane Matthew along a section of Antioch Road in Pikeville will begin Monday, according to the N.C. Department of Transportation. The hurricane damaged a drainage pipe near 1762 Antioch … more
When it comes to serving as an elected official, politicians give up their life as a private citizen. The responsibilities they accept during the oath of office extends beyond the doors of the official meeting rooms and permeates their daily lives... more
Usually, when we talk about technology and its influence on the world, our minds race to fairly modern times. We picture Orville and Wilbur Wright taking flight on North Carolina’s very own coast and then morphing 66 years later to Neil … more
Class schedules were interrupted Wednesday at Forest Hills Middle School to deal with a student who had brought prescription drugs into the Wilson school. According to Amber Lynch, the school was not locked down during the incident. Cheryl … more
Wilson police are investigating several burglaries and attempted burglaries where power meters are being removed from homes. Police say at least nine incidents have occurred. Those locations include the 1400 block of Branch Street, two cases in … more
Wilson attorney R. Woody Harrison was recently recognized for reaching a significant milestone with the North Carolina State Bar. Harrison has been a board-certified specialist in real property for 30 years. The North Carolina State Bar … more
MIDDLESEX — Former Police Chief William Murray was stoic Thursday as he turned in his equipment and gathered his belongings … more
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