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Fighting opioid addiction, guarding schools against violence and increasing adoption of stray pets are emerging as key issues in the race for Wilson County sheriff. All three Democratic candidates … more
Parker Hare adjusted his footing as he pulled back the nozzle of a fire hose and let loose a stream of frigid water on the newest truck in Wilson Fire/Rescue Services' fleet. The 6-year-old … more
Newly released population figures indicate Wilson is growing slightly and will continue to do so well into the future. The statistics are part of new population estimates through July 1, 2017, … more
The Wilson County Genealogical Society will hold its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the assembly room at the Wilson County Public Library, 249 Nash St. The immediate past president of the … more
Spring should arrive in Wilson just in time for Easter, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this week's installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by Eastern NC Wheels. A high-pressure … more
A career civil rights lawyer, Anita Earls said her faith in the justice system was shaken when prejudice helped her brother’s killer go free. Earls was working at the University of North … more
ELM CITY — With its fair share of shuttered storefronts, it is hard to picture how different life was when Elm City was bustling, but supporters of a new museum have hope … more
Jeremy Dennis is not a mirage. The photographer has, though, been worth a double take for some residents of Wilson in the last month dressed as in traditional Algonquin … more
St. Therese Catholic Church is planning Holy Week services Thursday through Sunday as the Lenten season concludes with the celebration of Easter. On Maundy Thursday, a Mass of the Last Supper with … more
Find out why Albert Thomas Jr. compares next week's weather forecast to Charlie Brown and Lucy in this weekend's installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by Eastern NC … more
BUIES CREEK — Two Wilson students have been initiated into the Phi Kappa Phi honor society at Campbell University. Olivia Exum and Bethany Ray of Wilson have joined the Baton Rouge, … more
SPRING HOPE — Authorities say a man was wounded in a Friday morning shootout after he came home to find his girlfriend moving out. Brian Dunlow, 44, arrived at his home on the 3000 block of N.C. … more
Former Superior Court Judge Milton F. “Toby” Fitch Jr. was nominated Friday to serve the remainder of Angela Bryant’s current state … more
Wilson Area Habitat for Humanity will honor and “roast” Douglas Searcy, president of Barton College, and his wife … more
Wilson not only served as the location of the latest Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina meeting, but it also served as a source of inspiration for officials across the state Friday … more
Sometimes, a cow is going to do what a cow wants to do. “You can’t tell them what to do even if you have a guy that weighs a significant amount of weight. That’s still not going to stop a … more
Officials say victims of human trafficking can be hiding in plain sight. And it’s vital for agencies who may come in contact with those victims to recognize the warning signs. “People don’t … more
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