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Jeffery B. Foster, presiding March 27 • Christopher Mayo, probation violation, defendant admits violation, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail. • Jacobia … more
The following titles have been added to the collection at the Wilson County Public Library. Adult Fiction “Black Sugar” by Miguel Bonnefoy “By the Book” by Julia Sonneborn “Dark … more
Police are working to identify a man accused of breaking into a woman’s Wilson home and forcing her to withdraw cash from a bank machine. Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of Garwin … more
West Nash United Methodist Church, 2200 Nash St., will host a performance of “Cotton Patch Gospel” at 4 p.m. Sunday. The musical is co-sponsored by Winstead United Methodist Church. The … more
Saturday’s Old Wilson Neighbors Association annual Porch Tour and Art Crawl has been moved inside because of the rainy forecast. The event will be held at First Christian Church at 207 Tarboro … more
The Wilson Housing Authority has achieved a perfect score for the operation of its Housing Choice Voucher program in 2017. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development gave the housing … more
RALEIGH — As more than 15,000 teachers marched to the state legislature Wednesday, Diedra Kenely, a Vick Elementary School teacher from Wilson, felt a sense of unity with other … more
Three Girl Scouts were recently recognized for leading Wilson County troops in cookie sales. Chloe Walls of Wilson is the county’s top seller for the 2018 Girl Scout Cookie program, selling … more
Dorothy and her dog Toto had to endure a tornado in “The Wizard of Oz,” but organizers of the Wilson County Relay for Life are hoping not to recreate that part of the plot even though the classic … more
RALEIGH — Lorie Sykes of Goldsboro said she plans to build her dream house after she won a $250,000 lottery prize. “This is life-changing,” said Sykes, a special needs care worker. “I want … more
STANTONSBURG — Police say cocaine, marijuana and a concealed handgun were found in a convicted felon’s car Monday. K-9 Officer Terry Williams Jr. stopped a car driven by 33-year-old Okeith J. … more
RALEIGH — QuitlineNC, North Carolina’s telephone service that helps people quit smoking and other tobacco use, is offering eight weeks of nicotine patches combined with either nicotine gum or … more
Pop culture, whirligigs and nature were just a few of the themes captured for the inaugural Paint-A-Hydrant program, and organizers are hoping the second year brings an equally eclectic mix to hydrants throughout historic downtown Wilson … more
St. John AME Zion Church, 119 Pender St. E., will continue its lunch and learn series from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Thursday, May 17 with a program on safety and how to avoid falling. Senior citizens are … more
County commissioners will review bid proposals for the sale of Wilson County Home Health at a Friday public hearing. And residents will have a chance to weigh in. The hearing will be held at noon at the Wilson County Government Center, 2201 Miller Road. Bid proposals for county’s home health agency, which is operated as a division of the health department, were due by April 30. Last week, a special Wilson County … more
To Fike High senior Jocelyn Jones, school safety means having an overall feeling of mental and physical security. Jones spoke Monday at a school safety forum organized by state Rep. Jean … more
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