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Joe Jackson and Keith Joyner of A+ Graphics clean a newly installed sign noting the combined Farris & Thomas Law office on Nash Street. Farris & Farris and Thomas Law Attorneys, whose Wilson … more
A Wilson man faces charges after police say he broke into a home, stole items and held a woman and her boyfriend at gunpoint. Officials expect more arrests in the case. Authorities responded to … more
With less than a week left before turning over the keys, construction crews are working fast and furious to put the finishing touches on Wilson’s second Chick-fil-A restaurant. “Construction … more
SIMS ­— A five-day cross-state bicycle ride to raise awareness of war veteran suicide stopped last Wednesday at the serene Stork’s Rest Farm. “It’s quite a property,” said Army … more
If you’ve ever wondered what’s behind a sanitation grade at a local restaurant, now you can find out easily. Wilson County has implemented a new feature on its website where the public can … more
SPRING HOPE — This usually sleepy town will be wide awake this weekend as thousands of people are expected to descend on the small southern Nash County municipality for the 48th annual Spring Hope … more
MIDDLESEX — A Greenville resident took to social media last weekend to thank a Middlesex police officer for helping him out in a middle-of-the-night jam. Sid Mitra said he wanted to thank … more
Unseasonably warm temperatures in the 90s are on tap for a couple of days this week. Thankfully, though, we should not see the record-breaking 99 degrees set in 1951 or the 98 preceding Hurricane … more
The Wilson County Public Library will forgive up to $5 in overdue fines for library patrons who donate a canned good during the month of October. “One can equals $5 of forgiveness, and you can … more
Wilson police are searching for a rape suspect accused of attacking a woman at a motel on Friday. According to a press release, officers responded at 11:53 p.m. to the 2300 block of U.S. 301 … more
Local medical officials are on alert as vaping-related illnesses continue to climb nationwide. More than 800 cases of vaping-related breathing illnesses have been reported in multiple states, … more
The following Wilson Community College students, enrolled during the 2019 summer semester, received the president’s list or dean’s list honor. President’s List To be eligible for the … more
The N.C. Democratic Party and North Carolina GOP are jousting over a new lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s congressional districts as unlawful gerrymanders. Democratic Party Chairman Wayne … more
After Mary Ann Hooks’ home caught fire Monday, her biggest concern was making sure her Bibles were not damaged. “I was crying because of my Bibles. I just want my Bibles,” Hooks said. “I … more
Runners throw packets of nontoxic colored powder in the air at the start of Saturday's second annual RC3 Live Life in Color 5K and 1-mile fun run held at the Greater Wilson Rotary Park. The run … more
Wilson County Democrats are gearing up for the party’s major annual fundraiser. Fall Fling, held this year on a Wednesday instead of the traditional Thursday, will feature N.C. Supreme Court … more
Members of the Wilson community are invited to join Barton College’s faculty, staff and students for “Take Back The Night,” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, in Hardy Alumni Hall. The featured … more
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