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A mobile groomer with a loyal following is laying down roots and expanding services with a new storefront on Airport Boulevard. “The reaction from clients has been positive. Definitely … more
Despite continued declines in enrollment, the superintendent of Wilson County Schools said there is no current plan for a reduction in teaching, administrative or certified positions. In the last … more
So far, 75 Wilson County residents have registered with the Federal Management Agency for assistance after Hurricane Florence. Wilson is one of many North Carolina counties that received a … more
The House of van Baars, a former funeral home located at 104 Douglas St. E. will become a haunted house from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5 complete with classic Halloween music and refreshments for … more
Big Buddy is The Wilson Times' Jana Lake State Farm adoptable pet of the week. Big Buddy is a goofy senior blue tick hound looking for a forever home to hang out in and show off his goofy antics. Big … more
The calendar may say it's fall, but this week will feel like summertime in Wilson County, Albert Thomas Jr. says in this week's installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
With early voting starting on Oct. 17, leaders in the local Democratic and Republican parties are hard at work to ensure their respective candidates prevail at the polls … more
Many have noticed an influx of mosquitoes after Hurricane Florence pounded the state last month. But just how bad are they? … more
The following deed transfers for the week of Sept. 17-21, 2018 have been recorded in the Wilson County Register of Deeds Office: From R. C. M. Rountree, administrator, Dennis Troy Brewer estate … more
SHARPSBURG — Town commissioners will consider an interim replacement for retiring town administrator Blake Proctor at a special meeting today. Proctor, 70, tendered his resignation Sept. 19 and … more
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. Adult Fiction “Above Suspicion” by Helen MacInnes “Artificial Condition” by Martha Wells “Bella Poldark” by … more
Three members of the Wilson County Board of Education are running for re-election without opposition, including Debora Powell in District 1, Christine Fitch in District 3 and Beverly Boyette in … more
Three candidates are vying for the same seat on the Wilson County Board of Education. Rhyan Breen, Stephanie Cyrus and Wayne Willingham are all political newcomers and all have children who attend … more
Officials are one step closer to creating a roadmap for better health in Wilson County. This summer, the Healthcare Foundation of Wilson, the Wilson County Health Department and Wilson Medical … more
Local police, fire and EMS personnel will be honored at an upcoming unsung heroes banquet at Wilson Community College. The event is to raise money for the Wilson Community College Foundation, … more
Re-electing state Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield will help Democrats churn a blue wave that will break the Republican legislative majority and strengthen Gov. Roy Cooper’s hand, first lady Kristin … more
After years of fundraising and finagling, the expansion of the Oliver Nestus Freeman Round House and African American Museum is nearing completion, and those involved from the get-go could not be … more
Thanks to the help of a number of people who have contributed information for this column for more than two years, a collection of installments is now available. The cover art of the collection … more
A Wilson man will face a decade in federal prison in connection to a January armed robbery at a Family Dollar store in Wilson. Murdock Raeford Sherrod, 53, pleaded guilty in May under a Hobbs Act … more
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