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Lt. Marcus Frederick Ruffin of the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office has been honored for nearly 23 years in law enforcement. Ruffin received the N.C. Sheriffs’ Education and Training Standards … more
Wilson County Home Health workers told county commissioners during a public hearing Monday that their looming career concerns are outweighed by their commitment to some 350 patients they love dearly. … more
Books will be set aside in classrooms April 10 as students and professors gather with administrators and staff to celebrate academic excellence during the 2018 Day of Scholarship on Barton … more
Wilson County moved forward with its intent to sell its public home health agency Monday, passing a resolution for the decision. While this is the first step in a lengthy process, the sale of … more
Dreary weather didn’t stop officials and residents from gathering Tuesday morning to celebrate the start of construction to revitalize the U.S. 301 corridor. “301 highway is going to come back … more
SELMA — The paved shoulders along a two-mile leg of Interstate 95 in Johnston County will need to narrow next week as part of ongoing construction. If the weather allows, northbound travelers … more
The Cornerstone Bank name is going by the wayside at the end of April now that the merger with Providence Bank is official. Executives announced a plan in August to merge Cornerstone, which was … more
GOLDSBORO — Authorities say a Greene County man with more than two-dozen pending charges was caught with a pocketful of meth last week. Joshua Lynn Morris of Peter Grant Road south of Snow Hill … more
U.S. Sen. Richard Burr toured the facilities of a Wilson defense contractor known worldwide for its Kidde fire extinguishers Tuesday. Burr, R-N.C., visited UTC Aerospace Systems’ Kidde Fire … more
The Wilson Chamber of Commerce’s Agribusiness Committee will meet at noon Wednesday, April 4 at Parker’s Barbecue. Ricky Hayes, director of Wilson County Soil and Water, will be the guest … more
Temperatures this week should range between warm and mild, but the possibility - however remote - of snow on Saturday is already causing a stir. Forecast models are split on the proposition, with … more
Adult Fiction “The Atomic City Girls” by Janet Beard “Between Lost and Found” by Shelly Stratton “The Black Painting” by Neil Olson “Carnegie’s Maid” by Marie … more
Aspiring actors, musicians and entertainers will have a new opportunity to get firsthand experience starting in April thanks to a new program at a downtown business. Studio Alive is a new … more
LUCAMA — The Crossroads Volunteer Fire Department has improved its state fire response rating. And homeowners and businesses within the coverage area, including the Lucama town limits and … more
Barton College’s newly established Light of Life series provides occasions for learning and dialogue about matters vital to life within local communities as enriched by faith perspectives. This … more
Shades of crimson, ochre and ultramarine have added vibrancy to historic downtown Wilson in the past few years, but a new art installation has added ivory to the mix. Jason Coale, a Greenville … more
Dozens gathered Saturday morning in an effort to take a stand against violence in Wilson. And they took their message to the streets and throughout neighborhoods in hopes that others would hear their … more
For some entrepreneurs, inspiration and innovation merge with determination and the right timing to spell success. For others, entrepreneurship is closer to happenstance. “I grew up on the … more
Hundreds of children and their families could barely contain their excitement Saturday at Tabernacle Baptist Church’s Easter Eggstravaganza. More than 6,000 eggs were dropped via helicopter in … more
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