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The Wilson branch of the NAACP will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6 at Jackson Chapel Church, 571 E. Nash St. Museum to mark 50th anniversary BAILEY — The Country Doctor Museum, 7089 Peele … more
When Vice President George H.W. Bush visited the National Cash Register plant in Columbia, South Carolina in 1984, senior buyer Mark Greeson handed him a business card. “A lot of my employees … more
BAILEY — Don Perry has spent the past few years thinking about his next act. An entrepreneur in the bottled water business for more than 25 years, he wanted to start a business that allowed him … more
The Salvation Army is offering area residents the opportunity to help families in the Wilson area during the Christmas season through its Angel Tree. A list of people who need food, clothing, … more
There are more than 50,000 truckers needed across the nation. A2Z Trucking Academy on U.S. 301 is trying to fill those positions one by one. “I got into the instruction side of trucking a … more
LUCAMA ­— A consultant with the Upper Coastal Plain Council of Governments characterized the status of Lucama’s two grants to improve its water system as “in good shape.” Joe Dooley … more
Hampton is The Wilson Times' adoptable pet of the week. Hampton is a beautiful spayed female cat who was found at Hampton Inn near Lamm Road. She's more than a year old, very calm and loving. She … more
In a scene from "A Christmas Story," "Flick," played by Jayden Rogers, gets his tongue stuck on a post after a dare. The play is being performed by The Playhouse of Wilson at the Boykin Center on … more
Is it too early to buy milk and bread? Albert Thomas Jr. weighs in on the chance of snowfall in Wilson, Nash and Johnston counties next weekend in this week's installment of The Wilson Times … more
The State Employees’ Credit Union Foundation established the SECU Bridge to Career Program to help eliminate barriers for students seeking to earn state-regulated or industry-recognized credentials … more
ELM CITY — Parents and community members can cash in on Christmas savings at a first-of-its-kind fundraiser the Elm City Middle School PTO hopes will sustain its spring semester projects. The … more
Wilson County 4-H has been awarded a $8,000 grant from the Wilson County Alcoholic Beverage Control Board to continue to educate young people on alcohol and substance abuse prevention. 4-H offers … more
Thanksgiving is over; can I say it now? It’s Christmastime! For most of us, Christmas is the most expensive holiday of the year. In our family, the month of December is especially a pricey one, … more
The following deed transfers for the week of Nov. 19-21, 2018 have been recorded in the Wilson County Register of Deeds Office: From Paradise Homes of Johnston County of N.C., Inc. to Ashley … more
The Wilson County Board of Education has called a special meeting for 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Wilson County Schools central office. The board will hear first readings of 15 proposed policy … more
The Salvation Army is offering area residents the opportunity to help families in the Wilson area during the Christmas season through its Angel Tree. A list of people who need food, clothing, … more
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. Young Adult Books “American Road Trip” by Patrick Flores-Scott “Attack of the 50-Foot Wallflower” by Christian McKay … more
Sheriff Calvin Woodard and Wilson County Clerk of Superior Court Caroline Quinn took their oaths of office after being elected to their positions on Nov. 6. WILSON COUNTY SHERIFF Dozens … more
Young Life of Wilson celebrated a year of activities and made goals for the coming year at its recent banquet. Those attending learned about the past year, including the organization’s weekly … more
Despite a few weather delays, the total transformation of Cavalier Park is coming along nicely and the park is set to reopen with added amenities in the spring. “The big storm really messed us … more
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