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GOLDSBORO — A man faces murder charges after authorities say he fatally shot two people early Friday in his Wayne County home. Sheriff’s deputies responded to a 5:50 a.m. shooting call at 107 … more
Nearly 75 community stakeholders gathered Friday to take a deeper dive into information around the intersection of substance use and trauma. The training, held at Barton College’s Hardy Alumni … more
GREENVILLE — Thirty-five educators and education advocates have been inducted in the East Carolina University College of Education’s Educators Hall of Fame. The 20th annual ceremony was held … more
Beddingfield High School Junior Optimist International Club members volunteered to assist Crossroad Street Ministry in distributing frozen turkeys, food, clothing, household products, children items … more
GOLDSBORO — A man faces murder charges after authorities say he fatally shot two people early Friday in his Wayne County home. Sheriff's deputies responded to a 5:50 a.m. shooting call at … more
The Salvation Army is offering area residents the opportunity to help families in the Wilson area during the Christmas season through its Angel Tree. A list of people who need food, clothing, … more
The Wilson County Public Library is holding a monthlong “food for fines” canned food drive to collect donations for the Hope Station. Throughout the month of December, the library will forgive … more
There’s rain in the forecast for this weekend, and organizers of the holiday light show at Wilson Botanical Gardens are looking ahead. Wilson Winter Lights will post closing notifications in … more
NASHVILLE — The possibility of being killed in the line of duty is ever-present in law enforcement, and it became very real for the families of seven slain North Carolina officers this year. As … more
GREENVILLE — Benjamin Engstrom, a Wilson resident, is one of the 20 East Carolina University students to be named a residential scholar for the 2018-19 year. Engstrom is currently in his junior … more
After initially forecasting showers Saturday during Wilson’s Downtown Christmas celebrations, meteorologists have lessened the chance of rain and mild temperatures should make for an enjoyable day … more
While flu activity is sporadic across the state, officials say they are seeing a slight increase in cases in Wilson. Wilson Medical Center has tested more than 500 people for flu so far, 23 of … more
Students from Community Christian School delivered boxes of blessings to the Wilson Police Department on Thursday. The special delivery was a part of a school-wide project where students … more
As I write this, I have no idea where my family will eat Christmas dinner. At least 25 of us usually gather at someone’s house, but we have yet to finalize the arrangements. I’m sure we’ll … more
Spring Arbor activities director Sonja Stone, far right, reads a poem about Alzheimer's disease during the annual Candlelight Reflections program Wednesday evening at Spring Arbor assisted living. … more
The Salvation Army is offering area residents the opportunity to help families in the Wilson area during the Christmas season through its Angel Tree. A list of people who need food, clothing, … more
Scholars in the seventh- and eighth-grade chorus at Wilson Preparatory Academy will have their fingers crossed in hopes of being a finalist in the Mix 101.5 WRAL-FM Christmas Choir Competition. … more
Marion Pridgen watched from his pickup truck as two harvesters cut through a patch of soybeans. Pridgen Farms raised 1,250 acres of soybeans this year, but harvesting them has been … more
A Wilson drug dealer will spend two decades in federal prison after prosecutors say he sold fentanyl — a powerful prescription narcotic — to a man who died from the drug. Chief U.S. District … more
The ringing of bells and the iconic red kettle means the holidays are here, and the Salvation Army of Wilson is optimistic that residents are in the giving spirit. “When they hear that bell … more
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