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U.S. Cellular employees and youth spent Tuesday afternoon clearing brush and debris in an effort to beatify the grounds at the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club in Wilson. The project is a part of National Volunteer Month and the … more
RALEIGH — German Gomez of Selma is the second Lucky for Life player in North Carolina ever to win the top prize of $1,000 a Day for Life, according to the N.C. Education Lottery. He said he planned to use the money to take care of his … more
A scholarship is helping the president of the Wilson Chamber of Commerce head to Atlanta this summer for professional training. Ryan Simons, who took the post in 2013 after longtime president Bruce Beasley retired, was endorsed for the National … more
Federal and state income taxes are due today, three days later that usual, due to the Easter holiday … more
Environmentally conscious drivers have four new charging stations in historic downtown Wilson thanks to a … more
The staff members at the Arts Council of Wilson have history and nostalgia on their minds this month as they work on details for the organization’s 50th anniversary party. They’re collecting archival photos, assembling a … more
The Wilson C12 Group recently honored Jon Barbee of Construct, Inc. as its 2016 member of the year, Rocky Mount group Chairman Steve Calhoun announced Friday. Barbee is president of the industrial fabrication business based at 1514 Cargill Ave. … more
SARATOGA — Residents could soon see a reduction in insurance rates thanks to efforts by the Sanoca Rural Fire District staff. “I’d like to congratulate Chief A.J. O’Briant and his department’s performance and for the … more
Fire hydrants throughout historic downtown Wilson will soon take on new personas as part of a beautification project and fundraiser. The Paint-A-Hydrant sponsorship program allows groups and individuals to sponsor one of the 53 hydrants in the … more
Six Wilson County Schools students have been accepted to the Governor’s School of North Carolina and the North Carolina School for Science and Math. more
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