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A familiar face will lead the newly reorganized Salvation Army of Wilson; a leader who has lived and worked in the community her entire life. “Between my experience working at the Salvation … more
The Wilson County Democratic Party will meet at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 9 in the assembly room of the Wilson County Public Library, 249 Nash St. Scholarship pageant scheduled The Wilson … more
Federal authorities have indicted a third suspect in connection to the $4.8 million gold heist along Interstate 95 in Wilson nearly four years ago. Pedro Santamaria, 56, is charged with … more
A woman whose body was discovered a day after she was reported missing following a June single-vehicle crash on Raleigh Road Parkway at Interstate 95 suffered traumatic injuries as a result of being … more
Students from 22 campuses across North Carolina, including Barton College, will participate in the eighth annual Ethics Bowl hosted by North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities. The event … more
GREENVILLE — ENC Stop Human Trafficking and TEAM, an all-male student group on the campus of East Carolina University, are working together to start the conversation about what role men play in … more
While BB&T has become a behemoth in the world of banking, the chain with more than 1,900 financial centers across 15 states and the national capitol has roots in Wilson. Halifax County native … more
In the year since Fix-It Wilson was launched, more than 37,000 requests were filed through the customer service app. “The goal is to improve efficiency and to be transparent in what we’re … more
While the local effects of a planned merger between BB&T and SunTrust are unknown, site work continued Thursday for a new bank building in historic downtown Wilson. “We congratulate … more
Wilson Medical Center employees are pictured participating in Go Red Day, an effort to raise awareness of heart disease, on Feb. 1.   more
While the local effects of a planned merger between BB&T and SunTrust are unknown, site work continued Thursday for a new bank building in historic downtown Wilson.  "We congratulate … more
Gene Scott would say there is opportunity around every corner in the growing field of fiber optics, but there aren’t trained people to fill all the new jobs. Scott is outside plant general … more
India Michelle Winborne was awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine by Gov. Roy Cooper’s office for 30 years of creditable service to the state. Winborne worked the majority of her career with … more
Officials have identified the Wilson police officer who shot an assault suspect early Tuesday as Officer W.J. Hine. He’s been with the Wilson Police Department since 2014 and is currently … more
Two Wilson County college students have earned dean’s list honors at their respective schools for the fall 2018 semester. Taryn A. Hall of Elm City is among 1,067 cadets on the dean’s list at … more
SMITHFIELD — Melissa Overton, president and CEO of the innovative leadership, safety and interactive training company MedicalTraining.me, was recently named the Triangle East Chamber of … more
County commissioners have joined Wilson County’s school board in support of local control for school calendars. Commissioners unanimously passed a resolution endorsing local calendar authority … more
Joe Tolson was a quiet fella who got things done, according to his older brother Norris. Joe Tolson died Sunday at 77. He’s remembered by family and colleagues as a silent, strong man who put in … more
Officials have identified the police officer who was involved in Tuesday’s shooting as W.J. Hine. He’s been with the department since 2014 and is currently assigned to South District as a … more
By Faith Original Free Will Baptist Church, 4667 Evansdale Road, will have a food giveaway beginning at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 8. Recipients are asked to bring bags or containers. For more information, … more
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