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The Wilson County Board of Education voted unanimously to move forward with an application to seek state funding to construct a $20 million facility at the Wilson Community College Lee Technology Center campus. more
Wilson County’s occupancy tax revenues have increased by about 20 percent in the last six months compared to the same time last year. more
Wilson residents will get the chance to learn more about the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s 10-year transportation plan during a weeklong open house to be held Feb. 25-March … more
After a survey of Wilson County students, teachers and parents, the Wilson County Board of Education approved the 2019-20 school year calendar for the 2019-20 for both traditional schools and early … more
The Brand Performing Arts Center packed the house at the Boykin Center on Sunday for its annual performance of Dancing For A Cause, raising $31,863.50 for Southeastern Cancer Care. The sold-out … more
A Triangle-based developer recently spent $6.5 million to purchase a shopping center in hopes of increasing occupancy and business traffic. New Falls Property owns a dozen properties in Raleigh … more
GREENVILLE — The ALS connnection group for Lou Gehrig’s disease will meet at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 at the N.C. Adaptive Technology Program building, 1033 W.H. Smith Blvd. For more … more
The pattern of cloudy skies and mostly chilly temperatures is expected to persist this week as each day holds a substantial chance of rain Tuesday through Saturday. Showers are expected Tuesday … more
The Wilson Chamber of Commerce’s Public Policy Series kicks off soon with a presentation on the Institute for Emerging Issues. The first installment in the four-part series will take place from … more
Financial services firm Edward Jones ranks No. 7 on the 2019 Fortune “100 Best Companies to Work For” list, according to global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work and Fortune … more
The 16th annual Caregiver Education Conference will be held Wednesday, March 6 in the Hamlin Student Center on the campus of Barton College. The conference will begin at 9 a.m. and conclude at 1 … more
Barton College named 53 students to the President’s List and 377 students to the Dean’s List for fall semester 2018. President’s List students compiled a perfect 4.0 GPA; Dean’s List students … more
A Stantonsburg Police K-9 officer, his son and two K-9s escaped safely from a burning home Saturday night. Stantonsburg-Moyton Fire Chief William McMurray said the fire was at the home of … more
Overcast skies Sunday didn’t dampen the excitement surrounding the Wilson Area Habitat for Humanity groundbreaking. “Our affiliate is excited to begin building Wilson Habitat’s 17th home,” … more
In observance of Black History Month, Vision Community Theatre Group will present, “Voices: The Struggles, The Faith, The Hope” on Saturday. The stage play, written and directed by Toshika … more
ROCKY MOUNT — Landmark Financial Services President Bob Land attended the International Disability Insurance Society’s 14th annual conference held Oct. 21-24 in St. Louis, Missouri, the society … more
How do communities engage in conversations about mental health? How do people challenge the stigma around mental health struggles? Tonya Armstrong, the recently elected president of the N.C. … more
Dozens gathered Saturday to share ideas, make their voices heard and discuss ways to create a better Wilson County for all during a legislative information exchange session hosted by state Rep. Jean … more
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