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Wilson Mayor Carlton Stevens delivered Saturday's COVID-19 community update via video address from the Wilson City Council chambers.  Click the play button on the frame below to watch Mayor … more
Wilson County Health Department officials say there is a 10th positive case of COVID-19 in Wilson. The patient is isolated at home, according to Ron Hunt, assistant county manager. Four … more
Good afternoon, Wilson family. The following information is the daily update as of Friday, March 27. This update is EXTREMELY lengthy, but please READ to get a good understanding of our new … more
News involving COVID-19 and its spread continues to pour in, but our office wants to give you the most up-to-date information that we can possibly give you. As of Friday, there are 736 cases of … more
The Wilson Times area is forecast to enjoy a warm weekend with ample sunshine. High temperatures Saturday and Sunday are likely to reach the 82-85-degree range under partly cloudy skies. A slight … more
PIKEVILLE — The N.C. Highway Patrol says a state trooper died Friday evening after his patrol car ran into a culvert along Interstate 795.  Trooper Nolan J. Sanders was traveling north … more
STANTONSBURG — A couple miles upstream from the N.C. 222 bridge, Ben Ricks begins an exploratory survey of fish on the Contentnea Creek. Ricks, the District 2 fisheries biologist for the N.C. … more
Millions of Americans need the services of a professional tax preparer, but are staying home more than ever due to COVID-19. Liberty Tax Service is offering a unique secure platform to send tax … more
The Wilson chapter of the North Carolina A&T State University Alumni Association has awarded four scholarships and 12 educational stipends to graduating seniors who will enter N.C. A&T this … more
For most people, the first week of work is about orientation, learning coworkers’ names and taking some time to get settled into the job. For Carrie Shah, who started a year-long stint as an … more
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, or VITA, will not take any more appointments until the COVID-19 crisis has passed. VITA is an Internal Revenue Service-funded program that has helped … more
After a two-week hiatus, the Community Soup Kitchen of Wilson County plans to reopen Monday by offering box lunches. “We don’t want to do anything to violate the governor’s order or put … more
Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday issued a statewide stay-at-home order in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus. That order will go into effect at 5 p.m. Monday and will expire on April 29. … more
If you find that you have time on your hands these days, consider reading some fine short stories to satisfy your need for a little surprise, humor or wisdom about human life. Short stories are … more
On Monday morning, it will be school as usual — make that unusual — for Wilson County Schools students. Administrators will roll out new plans for instructing the district’s nearly 10,980 … more
I know a lot of you are bored. I’m pretty bored myself. I find that being bored makes me more tired than being active. I think it should be the other way around, but that’s not what happens. … more
Volunteers from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Wilson delivered some 11,000 pounds of food to Hope Station, the Wesley Shelter, the Salvation Army and Veterans Residential … more
DEED TRANSFERS The following deed transfers for the week of March 16-20 have been recorded in the Wilson County Register of Deeds Office: From Kunwar R. Singh and Kumud Singh to Michel … more
Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday issued a statewide stay-at-home order in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus. That order will go into effect at 5 p.m. Monday and will expire on April … more
The pastor of Abundant Life Church Ministries delivered Friday's Prayer for Our City with an introduction from Wilson Mayor Carlton Stevens.  The prayer was streamed live on Stevens' Facebook … more
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