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Even before Seeds of Hope was created, Executive Director Priscilla Morello was volunteering her time helping students at Vick Elementary School. And on Thursday, the Sertoma Club of Wilson … more
GREENVILLE — The Greenville City Council gave final approval Thursday night to a proposal to name of the soon-to-be-completed Greenville Transportation Activity Center for U.S. Rep. G.K. … more
N.C. GAZETTEER William S. Powell of the North Carolina Collection in the University of North Carolina Library has a new book in mind. There are all sorts of books about North Carolina, but there … more
NEW BERN — Noble Edwin “Teeny” Jones from the Wilson County Shrine Club was elected potentate of Sudan Shriners for 2018 at Sudan’s annual meeting and election of officers in New Bern. He is … more
Farm life is hard work and serious business. It requires planning, perseverance and constant attention to large jobs as well as to details. Mingled with all the planning and hard work are those … more
The Springfield Middle School parent-teacher organization will have a fundraiser yard sale from 7 - 11 a.m. Saturday, March 10 at the Wilson Moose Lodge, 2705 Forest Hills Road. Tony Lefavi in … more
A man with an AR-15-style rifle in a Wilson hotel room was arrested and briefly committed for a mental health evaluation after police say his bizarre behavior led to a Friday afternoon … more
Wilson's in for one more week of chilly weather before the anticipated arrival of springlike conditions next weekend. The pattern of below-normal temperatures - daytime highs in the upper 40s to … more
The North Carolina Forest Service is planning a prescribed burn east of Wilson on Friday. According to Wilson County Ranger Brandon Webb of the N.C. Forest Service, the plan is to burn 40 acres on … more
The dropout rate and number of reportable crimes for Wilson County Schools have declined. In 2016-17, Wilson County Schools had 143 dropouts for a high school dropout rate of 3.6. In 2015-16, … more
Barton College and East Carolina University students devoted their spring break to community service projects working alongside AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America members. College … more
As veterans themselves, the members of American Legion Post 13 are acclimated to the demands of public service and took the chance this week to show appreciation for local law enforcement … more
LUCAMA — Scott Farms co-owner Alice Scott was recognized by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services for International Women’s Day on Thursday. State agriculture … more
Photographs of daily life around Wilson are featured in The Oxford American, a quarterly literary magazine about the American South. Keith Dannemiller, who was the Eyes on Main Street artist in … more
Cucumber growers aren’t close to planting as many acres as other crops in Wilson County, but 65 farmers still turned out for a regional cucumber and pickle meeting hosted by the North Carolina … more
A Wilson native has been named executive vice president and group management member for the Americas region of Interroll, a material handling company that produces conveyor systems and … more
Outside, the sun was shining and life was carrying on as normal, but inside the conference center at Haw River State Park recently, it was another story. Emergency personnel spent four days … more
The owners of a shuttered cab company cite city regulations as the cause of a closure that has left taxi coverage in Wilson to one company. “They said we had to have a third shift, but we … more
ELM CITY — Two unrelated incidents within a week involving students with knives at Elm City Middle School have resulted in juvenile charges. Principal Will Pope sent a message about the … more
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