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The Wilson County Beekeepers Association’s meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13 has been canceled. Church plans food giveaway By Faith Original Free Will Baptist Church, 4667 … more
The recipient of an honorary citation from Barton College said Tuesday that more than 58,000 American lives were lost and nothing was gained in the Vietnam War. Barton recognized Brig. Gen. Norman … more
Marmalade is The Wilson Times' Jana Lake State Farm adoptable pet of the week. Marmalade is a five-month-old kitten who loves to play with shoes. Marmalade is available for adoption from Purrfect … more
Heavy rain rather than destructive winds will be Wilson's greatest threat from Hurricane Florence, Albert Thomas Jr. says in today's interim update of The Wilson Times Weathercast. Florence is … more
Wilson saw its forecast wind speeds and rainfall totals decrease with Hurricane Florence's southward shift Wednesday, but Weathercast host Albert Thomas Jr. says that could all change with a slight … more
Wrap up your preparations today and make plans to get to your safe place by Wednesday night or first thing Thursday morning in advance of Hurricane Florence. That’s the advice of Scott Sharp, … more
Wilson can expect tropical storm-force winds and heavy rain from Thursday through Sunday if Hurricane Florence sticks to Monday afternoon predictions, which forecast the storm making landfall around … more
St. John African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church is preparing to celebrate its 150th anniversary with a variety of events this month. And parishioners hope the Wilson community will share with them … more
A locally-owned business donated a wealth of new clothing to the Salvation Army of Wilson recently, and nonprofit organization officials could not be happier. “As the ladies were unloading the … more
CASTALIA — A Nash County volunteer firefighter faces felony fraud charges after sheriff’s deputies say he charged gas for his car to the Castalia Fire Department over a six-week span. Matthew … more
With winds of more than 140 mph, Hurricane Florence has strengthened to a Category 4 storm and is barreling toward North Carolina’s coastline. “There is still potential all this can change,” … more
Children stood on the corner of Pender Street and Black Creek Road Sunday, holding up signs to send a message. “Stop the violence,” the signs read. They were among dozens who gathered … more
Wilson County commodity growers could be eligible to receive payments to offset price disruptions resulting from foreign countries’ retaliatory tariffs. Payments to producers of corn, cotton, … more
Dave Jordano, a world-renowned photographer, is spending the month of September as the Eyes on Main Street artist in residence. The 70-year-old Detroit native now lives in Chicago, and this is his … more
Wilson could see only slight effects from Tropical Storm Florence if the storm brushes North Carolina's Outer Banks as a 90 mph hurricane, Albert Thomas Jr. says in this weekend's Weathercast brought … more
A 27-year-old Nashville woman will spend several years in federal prison after federal officials say she sold crack cocaine in Spring Hope and Rocky Mount. Sade Shana Holland, also known as … more
You may never guess it, but being a pastor (at least the way I do it) is a constant stream of writing something, building something or creating something, whether it is a story, program, concept or … more
Stakeholders cited school safety, vocational education, facility needs and transparency as key issues for Rhyan Breen to address if he’s elected to represent District 7 on the Wilson County school … more
The following deed transfers for the week of Aug. 27-31, 2018 have been recorded in the Wilson County Register of Deeds Office: From Kenneth W. Renfrow, Kencraft Restoration and Claire E. Renfrow … more
State officials voted Friday to fight a federal subpoena targeting voter records throughout eastern North Carolina, including those in Wilson and Nash counties. “All of us who received these … more
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