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Tony Lamar Rowland of Wilson has earned his license as a certified public accountant, state regulators recently announced. Schumacher is one of 116 people the North Carolina State Board of … more
NASHVILLE — Nash County commissioners approved two major contracts for construction of the long-planned countywide Miracle Park at Coopers, setting aside $2,460,000 for the total project on … more
There is nothing I love more than the cool crisp air and colors of fall. It’s the perfect season for getting outdoors before the cold sets in. The other awesome thing about autumn is that there … more
U.S. Rep. George Holding, a Republican, appeared to have held off Democratic challenger Linda Coleman in a tight race for North Carolina’s 2nd Congressional District Tuesday night. At 10:53 p.m. … more
STANTONSBURG — Byproducts from Wilson swine and crop farms will soon be transformed into renewable natural gas thanks to a $33 million investment from a Raleigh company. A variety of community … more
Is it too early to buy milk and bread? Albert Thomas Jr. weighs in on the chance of snowfall in Wilson, Nash and Johnston counties next weekend in this week's installment of The Wilson Times … more
More than 100 Wilson Preparatory Academy students brought their hearts and lots of smiles to others this holiday season. They visited and brought gifts to residents and employees at Spring Arbor … more
State Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield will hold a Wilson County legislative information exchange session for her constituents from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday in the Wilson County Public Library’s … more
County commissioners want to expedite plans to build a new animal shelter that would more than triple the current shelter’s capacity for stray dogs and cats. On Tuesday, the county’s Animal … more
A Wilson County public school employee could earn a $10,000 personal prize and $10,000 for his or her school through a North Carolina Education Lottery online contest. The lottery has launched … more
The Wilson County Alcoholic Beverage Control Board awarded the Opportunities Industrialization Center of Wilson a $1,000 grant for a program aimed to address underage drinking and alcohol misuse. … more
Wilson Community College is accepting gently used men’s and women’s professional and business-casual apparel, shoes and accessories through its Dress For Success clothing drive on Tuesday, March … more
Detective B. Woodard, Officer P. Cazares, Officer J. Davies and Sgt. B. Boykin of the Wilson Police Department review evidence following a shots-fired call at the Shell station at 3801 Nash St. N. on … more
Dreams came true for dozens of teens thanks to the Hall Foundation’s seventh annual Cinderella Project Prom Dress Drive. Nearly 100 young ladies received a free prom dress over the three-day … more
RALEIGH — Grassroots supporters pressed North Carolina legislators Wednesday to call for a states’ convention that could propose constitutional amendments to limit federal power and shrink … more
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