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Mental Health America in Wilson County will screen the award-winning documentary “Unlisted: A Story of Schizophrenia,” in the Wilson Medical Center’s auditorium at 7 p.m. Thursday. A panel … more
St. John AME Zion Church, 119 Pender St. E., continues its seniors’ lunch and learn series with a session on mental health and substance abuse from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Thursday, May 24. Area residents … more
An entrepreneurship teacher is putting her money where her mouth is with a new downtown shop. “I’m a full-time teacher, so I’m using entrepreneur concepts from the classroom and showing my … more
Wilson County Sheriff Calvin Woodard and challenger Chris Boykin spent nearly identical sums on their Democratic primary campaigns this year, according to financial disclosure forms released this … more
County commissioners’ nonprofit subcommittee met Tuesday to discuss funding for outside agencies and nonprofits as a part of this year’s budgeting process. More than 20 nonprofit agencies … more
A Lucama man faces attempted murder charges after police say he shot and injured two people on Monday … more
A Wilson man faces charges after police say he robbed a man and stabbed him Sunday. Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of Ward Boulevard at … more
The Wilson County Board of Education passed a revised policy Monday regarding public comments to the board during its regular meetings. Policy 1326 “Public Address to the Board” was passed 6-1 … more
HOOKERTON — State officials say they’ve closed Greene County’s license plate agency after an investigation found “possible violations of state law.” The N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles … more
FARMVILLE — Craft brewery The Duck-Rabbit will celebrate its new collaboration beer with Casita Cerveceria during an unveiling party from 5-8 p.m. Saturday. The new brew is called Coffee Talk, a … more
A state official told the NEW Reentry Council that it needed to streamline its processes to achieve its goal of helping people gain self-sufficiency upon reentering society after a period of … more
The Opportunities Industrialization Center of Wilson will hold its quarterly emergency food distribution at 8 a.m. Wednesday. The program will be held at the organization’s headquarters at 801 … more
Cody Miller has been shooting competitively with his father Jim Miller for nearly nine years. All that hard work has resulted in Cody qualifying to compete in the 4-H Shooting Sports National … more
The Wilson Police Department has been an accredited agency since 1987, but officials took it a step further by attaining the gold standard. “Gold standard is the highest we could apply for as a … more
Afternoon showers should give way to clear skies later this week, but Memorial Day weekend's forecast is still up in the air, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this week's installment of The Wilson Times … more
Now that all the ballots have been counted, officials are eager to put the May primary behind them — and that includes all of the campaign signs. “We limit the time a temporary sign can be … more
Birthdays are supposed to be a time to celebrate life’s blessings. While Claudia Rhudy enjoyed her 37th birthday Friday with her family, there was an unwelcome guest at the festivities: invasive ductal carcinoma. After finding a lump while putting on her pajamas one night before the holidays, the mother of three underwent testing, and … more
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