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A second term means a bigger bullhorn for state Sen. Rick Horner. The freshman Republican lawmaker says he’ll work to become a leading advocate for public schools in the GOP’s Senate caucus if … more
After a successful first year, Wilson County’s iGov Employee Learning Experience has kicked off with 12 new participants. The yearlong academy gives county staff the opportunity to learn about … more
The following students were recognized for their academic excellence during the fall quarter by making the honor roll list at Community Christian School. They are listed by grade and … more
NASHVILLE — Four-legged crimefighters will be safer on the job thanks to a nonprofit provider of bulletproof vests for law enforcement K-9s. Nash County Sheriff’s Office K-9s Dako and Dino … more
A new member of the Wilson Fire/Rescue Services command staff is bringing more than the knowledge of battling a blaze and budgeting. Michael Sumner fought for his life in 2012 and won against a rare … more
ROCKY MOUNT — The Danny Talbott Cancer Center officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, and hospital executives said it will introduce “a new era of comprehensive cancer care … more
Seventh-grader Zaneya Roberson worked diligently on her painting of a moon and starry night while explaining why she wanted to paint that particular scene on a ceiling … more
After a chilly Saturday, Wilson is in store for a week of average winter temperatures with daytime highs in the low 50s and overnight lows in the low 30s. Saturday will see a brisk 20-degree … more
Wilson County doctors and health care professionals in the Eastpointe network will receive a 3 percent rate increase effective this month. Eastpointe, the managed care organization overseeing … more
RALEIGH — Lucama-based Scott Farms has been named the 2018 N.C. Exporter of the Year by the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. The award recognizes individuals or companies … more
When students found out that longtime community leader Howard Jones died in November, they were upset. The children, who are a part of the After School All-Stars program at Seeds of Hope House, … more
HOOKERTON — A state license plate agency office in Greene County will reopen Monday next door to its former location. The office was previously located at Hookerton Town Hall and is being moved … more
Michele Handley won’t be moving to Wilson for another month, but that didn’t stop the newly appointed director for the Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf from meeting with staff … more
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