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Authorities are searching for a man accused of shooting a North Carolina state trooper Monday evening, according to Wanda Samuel, Wilson County Sheriff's Office chief of staff. John David Jones, … more
State troopers are scouring Wilson County by air and ground after a trooper was reportedly shot Monday evening. Authorities are searching for a suspect in the shooting, according to the Pitt … 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
Second-term state Sen. Rick Horner will take a lead role in shaping policy for North Carolina public schools as co-chairman of the Senate's education … more
The Nash County Sheriff's Office has promoted its first woman to the rank of major in the agency's history. Miste Strickland, who has been with the sheriff's office since … more
The North Carolina Guardian ad Litem program for the 7th Judicial District will offer guardian ad litem training for new volunteer advocates beginning in March. A guardian ad liitem is a trained … more
Nash County’s finances are in solid shape, auditor Stuart Hill told county commissioners Monday. “The tax collections are good, the fund balances are solid,” he said. “You’ve got good … more
The N.C. Cooperative Extension Service at North Carolina State University is currently accepting applications to strengthen agriculturally dependent families and communities by providing support and … more
Nash UNC Health Care has implemented its influenza plan due to a recent surge in the number of flu cases diagnosed at the hospital. The plan includes visitor restrictions, which aim to help prevent … more
Local business owners and prospective entrepreneurs have several opportunities to learn and network at free seminars planned at the Nash Community College Small Business Center. Online … more
Middlesex board meeting slated MIDDLESEX — The Middlesex Board of Commissioners will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14 at Middlesex Town Hall, 10232 S. Nash St. Meetings are open to the public. … more
A beautiful day, after so much rain, met the Peachtree Baptist Church congregation last Sunday. The sanctuary flower arrangement Sunday was presented to glorify of God by Joan and Ray Eason in … more
Spring Hope commissioners on Monday night approved new rules for the town’s planning board and approved a local match for a state grant that will expand sidewalks in designated “strategic, high … more
Rep. Lisa Stone Barnes is ready to get to work in the General Assembly, and much like her Sunday swearing-in ceremony, she plans to do things differently. Instead of taking her oath with her hand … more
Going to work in the General Assembly is a continuation of the work that Rep. James Gailliard has been doing for the past several years as pastor of Word Tabernacle … more
An inmate at Nash Correctional Institution died Dec. 31 of an apparent suicide, according to a report released by the North Carolina Department of Public Safety. Robert Spicer, 48, was found … more
A charter school with plans to create a permanent location in Spring Hope has closed, and it remains unclear if teachers and staff will receive payment for their final month of work. … more
After an extended hiatus, winter comes roaring back to the greater Wilson area this week, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in the latest installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
Warm, springlike weather should stick around through the start of the workweek with a cooldown beginning Tuesday, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this weekend's installment of The Wilson Times … more
On the day 71-year-old Kathy Thomas was reported missing, Johnston County investigators conducted a welfare check at her N.C. 222 West home just outside Kenly. The doors were unlocked. Clothes … more
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