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When John Clark suddenly found himself unemployed, he decided it was God’s path for him to use his 25 years of experience and start his own company. Sunshine Prosthetics was born around the … more
A Wilson police officer shot a suspect in the shoulder early Tuesday morning after authorities say the man attacked him and then advanced on him with a hammer, authorities said. The suspect, … more
A Wilson police officer shot a suspect in the shoulder early Tuesday morning after the suspect assaulted him and then advanced on him with a hammer, according to a release from the department. … more
With temperatures in the high 60s to mid-70s, the remainder of the workweek will feel like an early spring. But a cold front arriving on Friday will bring a chilly weekend, Albert Thomas Jr. explains … more
Greenfield School senior Jackson Stone has been named a regional finalist for the 2019 class of the Coca-Cola Scholars Program, moving to the next round of the selection process to become a Coca-Cola … more
Yearbook printer Heff Jones has recognized the Ralph L. Fike High School yearbook staff for the quality of its work. Fike is featured in the latest edition of “Portfolio,” a compilation … more
KENLY — Although all receipts and expenses have not been finalized, preliminary estimates indicate that more than $37,000 was raised for the Tobacco Farm Life Museum at the 14th annual Breakfast … more
A Pinetops man has been charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle in connection with a fatal wreck on Bridgersville Road Jan. 28. Jordan Christopher Pittman, of 6409 Faith Baptist Road, was … more
North Carolina is among 14 states that have yet to expand Medicaid coverage. But last week, Democrats in both the state Senate and House unveiled identical bills at the start of the new legislative … more
The following deed transfers for the week of Jan. 14-18 have been recorded in the Wilson County Register of Deeds Office: From Leon A. Lamm, Lisa D. Roberson and Smantha Kelly, attorney in fact, … more
Thanks to Starbucks customers, clients at the Community Soup Kitchen of Wilson County are getting a special treat this week. On Friday, Starbucks asked its customers if they wanted to purchase … more
Local surgeons, primary care doctors, nurses and pathologists continued learning about managing the health of their patients with cancer and heard updates in cancer screening at the inaugural … more
M.J. and Jackie Jackson saw an item in the paper about a hands-only CPR training session at Wilson Medical Center and knew it should be a part of their day Friday. “The public needs to know … more
A Wilson man will spend several years in federal prison in connection to a 2016 incident where police found more than 2 pounds of cocaine. U.S. District Judge Louise W. Flanagan sentenced … more
When Amauri Johnson brought home instructions for how to prepare a report about great African-Americans, he was given some examples of great Americans to consider. The list included former … more
The Wilson Housing Authority and Carolina Family Health Centers’ Wilson office have partnered to offer free wellness checks for Wilson’s public housing residents. The first of these events was … more
Adult Fiction “As Waters Gone By” by Cynthia Ruchti “Cicada Summer” by Maureen Leurck “Death of An Eye” by Dana Stabenow “Here and Again” by Nicole R. … more
Punxsatawney Phil predicted an early spring Saturday morning, and weather patterns for the greater Wilson area this weekend and early in the workweek appear to agree. With the polar vortex in a … more
The Wilson Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority will hold its Jabberwock scholarship pageant at 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9 at Darden Middle School. Young ladies in elementary through high … more
When Salvation Army staff arrived to work Monday, a large donation that included at least 15 mattresses and box springs proved to be more of a headache than a blessing. “Unfortunately someone … more
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