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The Wilson Tobs’ annual Home Run for Hunger campaign collected more than 25,000 pounds of nonperishable food items for 15 local pantries. … more
Wilson County could receive $200,000 for its new animal shelter thanks to an appropriation in the state budget. Sen. Rick Horner, R-Nash, secured the funds after consulting with County Manager … more
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. Adult Fiction “99 Percent Mine” by Sally Thorne “Ask Again, Yes: A Novel” by Mary Beth Keane “Becoming Us: A … more
Sparklers and smoke bombs, firecrackers and fountains. The TNT Fireworks tent on Forest Hills Road has it all and is open every day, including fulfilling those last-minute pyrotechnic needs on … more
In a split vote, the Wilson County Board of Education opted to give a partial contribution to support the North Carolina School Boards Action Center and its lobbying efforts in the North Carolina … more
“You can’t see the forest for the trees” is an idiom that can be interpreted in a number of ways. When you see a forest, do you see the trees, or do you see the complex combination of plant … more
Free breakfast! Bob would like to invite you to breakfast at 9 a.m. on Sundays at Ascension Lutheran Church on Nash Street. And when I say breakfast, I’m not talking Pop-Tarts and cold cereal. … more
Five Wilson County public schools will have new principals, according to records of personnel appointments released following the Wilson County Board of Education’s special meeting on … more
A Wilson man faces multiple charges after authorities say he robbed a Subway restaurant twice in four days and led police on a high-speed chase that resulted in a Thursday crash with several other … more
Valerie McMillan’s finger touches the center of one open hand before alternating and doing the same on her dominant palm. Even for those not fluent in American Sign Language, the reference to … more
Wilson Medical Center will host a blood drive from noon to 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 3, in the hospital auditorium. To make an appointment, call Lisa Briley at 252-399-8470 or visit redcrossblood.org … more
Two Johnston County men will spend several years in federal prison after prosecutors say they distributed a large amount of crystal methamphetamine in 2017. U.S. District Judge Louise Flanagan … more
Camp Sunshine, a five-week summer day camp for exceptional children sponsored by The Arc of Wilson County, has a new home. Since 2012, the camp has been held at The SPOT, but this year, First … more
Typical summer weather is in store for the greater Wilson area from this weekend through Independence Day, Al Thomas says in this edition of The Wilson Times Weathercast recorded a day … more
LUCAMA — Town officials plan to figure through budget discrepancies and hear from the public during a meeting this afternoon. Town Administrator Teresa Whitehead delivered the proposed fiscal … more
NASHVILLE — In a special called meeting Wednesday evening, the Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education voted to eliminate four administrative positions, citing a decline in funding directly related to … more
In the last five years, Wilson Fire/Rescue Services has changed a lot, with a new chief and staffing reorganization, two new firetrucks and more. Now the department is seeking public feedback to … more
A Virginia woman is riding the entirety of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline’s proposed path on horseback to protest the natural gas project. “If there is a time to fight, it’s now,” said Afton, … more
A delegation of Wilson County 4-H members attended 4-H Citizenship North Carolina Focus held in Raleigh. Javan Harrell and Aaron Knowles represented Wilson County at the June 10-12 … more
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