WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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In this Times file photo taken around 1965 from the Wilson County Nash Street Office Building, formerly the First Union National Bank of North Carolina, businesses thrive including a Roses and …

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The original Wilson County Courthouse, built soon after Wilson County was established in 1855,  is shown in 1912. At left, a horse-drawn buggy is partially obscured by a utility pole for …

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Remember When? .Evelyn Meyer of Wilson shared this picture from .Wilson's first All-America City recognition. Frank Eagles is pictured at far left. At far right are Charles Raines, Bruce Boyette and …

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More than 2,000 students are shown attending The Embers' concert at Fike High School's stadium on April 26, 1973 as part of Wilson's 1972 All-America City celebration. The Wilson Times is publishing …

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Wilson's 1972 All-America City designation brought out major politicians to help the town celebrate, including Wilson Mayor H.P. Benton Jr.; Gov. James Holshouser; Lt. Gov. James B. Hunt Jr.; Terry …

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A car negotiates a flooded Goldsboro Street in this Times file photo after heavy rains flooded parts of Wilson in a series of thunderstorms on July 9, 1970. The Wilson Times is publishing historical …

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Snowfall on Jan 23, 1970 caused slick roads and this fender-bender on Bynum Street shown in a Times file photo. School was called off early that day due to a fast-moving winter storm. The Wilson …

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A large tree was blown over on South Tarboro Street near Tabernacle Baptist Church in a severe storm that crossed Wilson on April 2, 1970. A father and son were hurt when their car struck the tree in …