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Though spring has officially arrived, the American Red Cross blood supply is still recovering from severe winter storms in March. Donors of all blood types are urged to roll up a sleeve and help save … more
There is still time left for those hoping to learn the new language surrounding recovery. Recovery Concepts Community Center and Eastpointe will host a free interactive session called “Shift … more
A third suspect faces dozens of charges in connection to a rash of west Wilson home burglaries. Wilson police arrested and charged 41-year-old Fonz Sheppard Monday. Sheppard faces a total of 56 … more
Wilson residents will have a chance this week to make a difference in the lives of those who need it most. Volunteers are getting ready for the Fill the Bus food drive from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. … more
Mother Nature may be on the fence about diving into spring or holding on to winter, but the staff at Pelican’s Snoballs already are serving up cool treats. Mike Davis, owner of Pelican’s … more
ELM CITY — The Frederick Douglass Alumni Association’s Elm City/Wilson chapter has canceled a barbecue chicken plate sale that was scheduled for Friday, March 23. For more information, call … more
The future of the Spanish immersion program in Wilson County Schools may be unclear, but there is no shortage of parental support. “We, the parents, are ready and willing to do what we can to … more
A Wilson veterinarian’s work to improve pigs’ health in the commercial swine production and pharmaceutical industries has been honored with an award from a national trade group. The American … more
A few snowflakes could fall Wednesday evening in a tangible reminder that the arrival of spring doesn't always obey the calendar. Wilson can expect below-average temperatures all week due to a … more
Police have arrested a second suspect in connection to a rash of home burglaries that occurred over the past several months in west Wilson. Adrian Tynrell Horne, 39, was arrested without incident … more
A Wilson writer is planning an encore performance of monologues and skits adapted from her book “Lingerie, Lovers and Lies: The Life of a Side Chick.” Beverley Worthy Boseman will present … more
When it came to growing SPC Mechanical Contractors, C. Buren Williford’s leadership and expertise was well known. His participation in various boards around Wilson was lesser known, but the … more
After 15 years as an elected official, retired Sen. Angela Bryant started a new chapter Monday as the latest of Gov. Roy Cooper’s appointees to the N.C. Post-Release Supervision and Parole … more
Six teens face charges after authorities say they tried to dodge a Saturday night traffic checkpoint in a stolen car and led deputies on a high-speed chase. Shortly before midnight, the Wilson … more
BAILEY — When Roddie Hancock and Cullen Gurganus started Bailey Cafe, the retirees sought to bolster the economy and offer a local eatery for residents. Ten years later and other entrepreneurs have … more
Choral students in Wilson County are doing their vocal exercises in preparation for In Harmony 28. The 28th annual concert will bring together 340 high school and 91 elementary school singers is 7 … more
The IRS has more than $30 million in unclaimed refunds for North Carolina taxpayers who did not file a 2014 federal income tax return. Taxpayers who do not file by this year’s April deadline … more
Wilson music minister Terrell King has stepped out from behind the pulpit to release an inspirational Christian book, “When a Man Tries to Live Without God.” “Are you searching for answers … more
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