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Oct. 25 Anthony W. Brown, presiding T. Lucas/K. Spainhour, prosecutors • Jeremy D. Artis, expired registration card/tag, 10 days Wilson County Jail suspended one year, $25 fine, court costs, not operate vehicle until properly … more
Oct. 18 John J. Covolo, presiding B. Wolfe/M. McFarland, prosecutors • Raquan A. Ashby, speeding, voluntarily dismissed; no operator’s license, expired registration card/tag, five days Wilson County Jail, remit cost. • … more
Donald McDonald said North Carolina is experiencing a public health crisis of epidemic proportions when it comes to opioid and heroin addiction. “It’s unlike anything America has ever seen,” said McDonald, Recovery Communities … more
A delegation of Wilson County 4-H members attended 4-H Citizenship North Carolina Focus held in Raleigh. The Wilson County delegation returned home from three days in which more than 120 youth and adults representing 48 4-H programs across the … more
Officials are gearing up for the Wilson Tobs’ annual Home Run for Hunger Celebration event Sunday aimed to help hungry children and families. The event is aimed to collect nonperishable food items for more than a dozen local pantries in exchange for free admission to Sunday’s game. “Bring as many people and as many canned goods to … more
Earlier today I was thinking about Carolina Laundry and Dry Cleaners, the laundry that I remember from my hometown of Wilson. It was on the northeast corner of Tarboro and Kenan streets, on a lot that steeply sloped down in the rear. The lower level … more
Organizers of a pet-friendly event planned for Saturday in historic downtown Wilson are hoping for clear skies. The Walk 4 the Fix 3K Spay and Neuter Awareness Walk originally was scheduled for … more
Each month, the Wilson County Board of Education releases its personnel list showing employees who have been hired, retired or who resigned from the system. The Wilson Times publishes the list each month. These are the personnel changes approved by … more
Westwood Avenue should be back in good shape soon, after weeks of infrastructure improvements have led to detours, a bumpy road surface and dusty conditions. The work stretches along Westwood Avenue from Ward Boulevard to Glendale … more
Wilsonians got an opportunity Wednesday to see the future of U.S. 301 from the ground up. “So far everything we’ve heard (from residents) has been very positive,” said Bill Bass, assistant public works director for Wilson. … more
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