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Police say more than two-dozen people face charges after a months-long investigation that also led to a Florida fugitive’s capture on attempted murder and robbery charges. The Wilson Police … more
When John McNeil was placed in solitary confinement for 90 days in a Georgia state prison, he knew it would take mental strength. He lost 55 pounds and looked sick. “They were trying to … more
NASHVILLE — An Edgecombe County man will spend a minimum of 37 years behind bars after accepting a plea agreement in a woman’s 2017 Nash County killing. Shantonio Lucas, 26, of Grant Lane in … more
Update: Wilson police officers found Troy A. Davis, who had been reported missing, at a family member's home. Authorities say he was unharmed. ------------------- Police are searching for a … more
With daytime highs at or above 72 degrees, "the warmth has finally settled in," Albert Thomas Jr. pronounces in this weekend's installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
Advocates of a move to bypass Congress and advance U.S. constitutional amendments to state legislatures for ratification are renewing their effort to add North Carolina to the list of states making a … more
Wilson police say someone fired gun blasts that struck a Walnut Street home on Monday. Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of Walnut Street in response to a 12:40 a.m. shots-fired call. When … more
Oscar Wilde is credited with the quote “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery that mediocrity can pay to greatness.” Without parsing the entirety of that line, it has come to tell us … more
I don’t know what it is about restaurants that makes them difficult for some people. The concept is as old as time itself. You choose food from a list of available foods. The food is prepared for … more
This time of year when we begin to go outside and notice the green and flowering growth, we are more attentive to our friends and advocates, those wonders of the natural world and sustainers of life … more
Church clothing giveaway is today ELM CITY — First Missionary Baptist Church, 6211 E. Langley Road, will have a clothing giveaway for all ages from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 6. Job fair … more
A father accused of killing his four-month-old baby in 2017 recently pleaded guilty to a lesser charge in a deal with prosecutors. Brian Buchanan, 32, was initially charged with first-degree … more
Wilson city arborist Mike Webster stepped up to the hollow stump of an aging willow oak that city workers had just cut down on Pine Street. The tree was more than 12 feet in circumference, but the … more
Wilson author Donnie Prince has released his fifth self-published book, “Disonnected: The Airius Mission.” A fictional book set in today’s time, “Disconnected” revolves around a family … more
PRINCETON — Authorities say a state trooper shot and injured an armed driver during a Thursday afternoon traffic stop. The shooting happened around 1 p.m. after Sgt. J.M. Dorsey pulled over a … more
From multi-million dollar developments like Whirligig Station to public-private projects like the Cherry Hotel, Wilson city councilmen got an update on all the happenings in downtown during a … more
Four Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf students sat in a semicircle strumming guitars. To each one of them, the experience was different. Some heard faint notes. Others sensed … more
When Mekhi Gregg got behind the wheel, he thought it was going to be easy. But after the Hunt High School senior put on a pair of “drunk goggles,” hit the gas pedal and tried to maneuver through … more
Wilson police officers console a woman outside a 607 Fairfax Ave. home after a car struck the house at 6:48 p.m. Wednesday. Police say 29-year-old Terrance D. Ellis of Wilson was driving the Nissan … more
The Wilson Community College Board of Trustees has approved two preliminary site plans for the proposed Wilson Academy of Applied Technology building that could be added to the Lee Technology Center … more
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