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With Congress’ passage of last week’s farm bill that decriminalized the hemp plant, North Carolina farmers will have the choice of adding a needed money crop to their rotations. “I haven’t … more
Temperatures should remain mild from now through Christmas, with only one overnight low at or below freezing predicted for the next 10 days, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this week's installment of … more
It will feel cold enough to snow this weekend, but meteorological models only predict rain for the greater Wilson area, Albert Thomas Jr. says in this weekend's installment of The Wilson Times … more
A large rainbow filled the sky Tuesday evening while Wilson Youth Soccer Association players practiced at Gillette Athletic Complex. The rainbow follows several days of severe weather produced by … more
SMITHFIELD — Detectives have arrested a suspect in a man's Monday killing following a countywide manhunt on Tuesday. Johnston County sheriff's deputies were called to an assault at 1516 … more
Jacob Thomason of the Elm City 4-H Club looks at his chicken being readied for today's auction and sale at the Wilson County Fair. Some 48 children ages 5 to 18 have raised chickens from 1 day old in … more
A Nash Community College instructor recently visited Zambia as part of a nonprofit organization’s mission to train teachers for a new school. Director of Early Childhood Education Sarah … more
Cocoa is The Wilson Times' Jana Lake State Farm adoptable pet of the week. Cocoa is as sweet and happy as they come, writes Dawn Tucker, adoption coordinator at For the Love of Dogs. She's 12 years … more
Low-income households with a person 60 or older or someone receiving disability benefits and services through the N.C. Division of Aging and Adult Services can apply for help with home heating … more
The following deed transfers for the week of Sept. 4-9, 2018 have been recorded in the Wilson County Register of Deeds Office: From Barbara Eason to Charter Communications, LLC, doing business as … more
Don Perry has spent the past few years thinking about his next act. An entrepreneur in the bottled water business for more than 25 years, he wanted to start a business that allowed … more
Hurricane Florence lashed Wilson County with torrential rain and high winds as the storm made landfall near Wilmington on Friday, but local damage was largely confined to some downed trees and power … more
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 the niece of a fallen officer, Carie Jones knows all too well … more
A steady downpour Saturday did not deter onlookers from enjoying the town of Bailey’s annual Christmas parade. Hundreds of people lined Main Street to see the caravan of colorful floats, … more
Feed My Sheep Outreach Ministries is scheduled to distribute free lunch bags from noon to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15 at Wilson Chapel Free Will Baptist Church, 513 Barnes St. E. DAR to ring in … more
On Sunday, the Peachtree Baptist Church congregation gathered to worship in celebration of our Lord. The sanctuary flower arrangement Sunday was presented to glorify God by Kathy and Aubrey Farmer … more
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