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Braxton Tutor shepherded the little pig toward the scale for his first weigh-in. “This ain’t my first rodeo,” said Braxton, a 13-year-old eighth-grader from Springfield Middle … more
The National Beta Club has named Wilson Preparatory Academy a 2017-18 National School of Distinction, school officials recently announced. The award recognizes school Beta Club chapters that show … more
SNOW HILL — State troopers and the Snow Hill Police Department teamed up this year to make Christmas brighter for families … more
Wilson residents saw the first snow of the season arrive and depart quickly Wednesday morning. But what will stay are the bitterly cold temperatures, forecasters say. Thursday’s high will hover around freezing with a low of about 20 degrees, according to the National Weather Service’s Raleigh forecast … more
Two local organizations received a special delivery last week. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Wilson donated $1,000 worth of food each to Hope Station and the Salvation Army for … more
The holidays are over, but area nonprofits are hoping the season of giving hasn’t gone yet as people rush to get last minute … more
The Hunters for the Hungry program in Wilson County has donated more than a ton and a half of meat to the needy in the community this year. “It seems to be catching on by … more
Ann Brown of Wilson says she felt “proud as a peacock” after finding out her son, John Michael Durrett, an electronics technician third-class stationed aboard the USS George Washington aircraft … more
Spotty light freezing rain or rain is possible in the greater Wilson County area before daybreak Wednesday. The National Weather Service says a wintry mix could occur with some minor … more
To the eyes of photojournalist Keith Dannemiller, Wilson is incredibly rich. Dannemiller is the Eyes on Main Street outdoor photo festival’s artist in residence for the month of … more
Wilson Rotarians got a glimpse into what sets Lidl apart from other discount grocery chains. “Building here was not a get-rich scheme,” Lidl District Manager Joshua Gallaher said during a … more
The Salvation Army of Wilson surpassed its fundraising goal in the waning hours of its annual Red Kettle Campaign. “We owe an awful lot of credit to Wilsonians who put money in the kettles,” … more
Spotty light freezing rain or rain is possible in our area before daybreak Wednesday. The National Weather Service says a wintry mix could occur with some minor accumulations, especially from Fayetteville and Goldsboro south and east. The change of precipitation is 20 percent overnight and 30 percent on Wednesday before 10 a.m. in the Wilson area. There’s a slight chance of rain and snow between 10 a. m. and 1 p.m. Wednesday. … more
Soft, sweet and perfectly unique: those adjectives not only describe author Trevor Kyle's 18-month-old daughter, Raelyn, but her teddy bear as well.  The cuddly duo provided the inspiration … more
Efforts to restore two-way traffic on two major thoroughfares is gaining popularity with regard to helping redevelopment in historic downtown Wilson. "If you look at the conversion of ACC … more
RALEIGH — Kathleen Frances Bruton of Bailey has been licensed as a certified public accountant, the N.C. State Board of CPA Examiners has announced. State regulators approved 24 individuals … more
Residents at Wilson House will now have access to a variety of fitness equipment … more
The Wilson County Register of Deeds issued the following marriage licenses during November: Juan Josue Garcia Urbina of Wilson and Noemi Pacheco Ortiz of Florence, South Carolina; Ann Scott … more
Wilson County Health Department employees hauled in several boxes of goodies to Wilson's Hope Station. From nonperishable food items, to coats, scarves, blankets and gloves, it was their way of … more
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