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By Faith Church will have a food giveaway beginning at 9:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 10. Recipients are asked to bring their own boxes or containers along with picture ID. The church is located at 4667 … more
With forecasts calling for clear skies Saturday, the flag will be flying high at the Wilson County Courthouse as hundreds gather for the annual Veterans Day ceremony. more
Three-year-old Isaiah Hess enjoys a good read from the neighborhood Little Free Library at the corner of Brentwood and Nash streets in Wilson. According to his mother, Jennifer Hess, they also … more
GREENVILLE — The defense in Gregory Parks’ murder trial this week recalled several state’s witnesses to the stand, including Ronald Parker, who prosecutors say last saw Isabel “Chaveli” … more
MIDDLESEX — Write-in candidates garnered more votes than either name on the ballot for two open seats on the Middlesex Board of Commissioners. According to unofficial election results reported Tuesday night, 161 votes were cast for write-ins, … more
County commissioners approved the transfer of property Monday night to the Wilson County Alcoholic Beverage Control Board for the reconstruction of the ABC liquor store on U.S. 301. ABC Supervisor Larry Etheridge said the store near Lane Street will shutter later this year to be torn … more
Wilson residents gave the current City Council a vote of confidence Tuesday by re-electing the incumbents in a landslide. “I think they’ve shown faith in the council members because we were … more
RALEIGH — Grants of up to $1,000 are available from the Martin Luther King Jr. Commission to nonprofit organizations or local government agencies wishing to create or strengthen programs that support the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “The teachings and philosophy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. remain critically relevant for our communities, especially regarding the impact of nonviolence and the importance of embracing diversity.” said Department Secretary … more
It was late morning and the Wilson R voting precinct at the Reid Street Community Center had 22 ballots cast. “It’s not a lot. It’s very slow today,” said Evelyn Hagans, chief judge at … more
Vollis Simpson’s kinetic sculptures weren’t alone in captivating downtown crowds during last weekend’s N.C. Whirligig Festival. Business boomed for visiting vendors and hometown merchants … more
It’s Election Day, and 23 of Wilson County’s precincts are open until 7:30 p.m. Today’s elections include Wilson City Council seats in District 3, 5, 6 and 7. Wilson City Council members … more
Find out what's in store in the skies this week in the latest installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast with Albert Thomas Jr. Thomas, a Wilson attorney and retired judge, will weigh in on … more
Barton College Entrepreneur Robert L. Luddy captivated a full-house audience in Hardy Alumni Hall at Barton College on Thursday evening with his discussion of bold vision, persistence and sweat … more
A fire that did major damage to a vacant home in Wilson Monday morning is being called suspicious. According to Capt. Don Edwards, a battalion commander for Wilson Fire/Rescue Services, the fire … more
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a passing freight train Monday afternoon in Wilson. Rescue crews responded about 1:39 p.m. to the vicinity of Railroad Street and Stemmery Street. The … more
GREENVILLE — Experts in forensic pathology testified Monday that the state’s evidence led them to a conclusion: Isabel “Chaveli” Palacios suffered a significant amount of blood loss. That … more
LOUISBURG — Gary M. Brown has been named president of Louisburg College, officials announced Monday, and will serve as the residential two-year Methodist institution’s 28th president in its … more
A pedestrian was struck by a passing freight train Monday afternoon in Wilson. Rescue crews responded about 1:35 p.m. to the vicinity of Railroad Street and Stemmery Street. The victim, a man, … more
Nathan Matthews blazed through part of the Whirligig Warrior Course like a champ Saturday at the North Carolina Whirligig Festival in Wilson. The 10-year-old from Elm City could do what many could … more
Less than 2 percent of registered voters eligible to cast a ballot in municipal elections have taken advantage of early voting, but the polls will open Tuesday in 35 races throughout Wilson … more
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