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Bailey commissioners began a special meeting last week to discuss whether to demolish one or two buildings downtown but ended up putting everything on hold until later this month after a Bailey … more
United Methodist churches may sever ties with their denomination, and some congregations could face a membership exodus over the church governing body’s vote to reject same-sex marriage and refuse … more
Students in Nash Community College’s Recruit Firefighter Training Academy No. 080718 were recognized for program completion in a ceremony held Jan. 23. NCC President Bill Carver thanked fire … more
Nash Community College recently recognized 27 employees from the Cummins Rocky Mount Engine Plant for completion of business leadership and practical supply chain management certificates. The … more
A statewide advocacy coalition wants to hear from Nash County residents in advance of a community forum on the Hurricane Florence disaster response and recovery efforts with a specific focus on … more
SPRING HOPE — Gibson Memorial United Methodist Church, 202 E. Branch St., will hold its annual Ash Wednesday service beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 6. The service marks the beginning of the … more
Nash Community College has announced an increase in enrollment by 6 percent over the past year, and officials say the campus is well-positioned for continued growth. “In a time when decreasing … more
Spring Hope commissioners approved changes to the zoning ordinance Monday expanding zones available for electronic gaming and restaurants, but tabled a request by Waste Industries for an increase in … more
Nash County Emergency Management is urging Nash County residents to prepare for severe weather that may occur with little to no warning this spring. Severe Weather Preparedness Week in North … more
The Peachtree Baptist Church congregation and friends met Sunday. The sanctuary flower arrangement Sunday was presented to glorify God by Bob Bunn and I honor of my father Jake’s 94th birthday … more
Since September, Luke Tingler has been attending confirmation classes twice a month learning how to apply the principles of Christianity to his everyday life. “Through the classes, they learn … more
Sunshine and mild, springlike temperatures will come — just not at the same time, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this week's installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
GOLDSBORO — Authorities say a traffic stop led to a Johnston County man's arrest on a meth trafficking charge. The Wayne County Sheriff's Office Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team was … more
After a mild weekend typical of early March, the greater Wilson area can expect a blast of cold air as the workweek begins, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this installment of The Wilson Times … more
United Methodist churches may sever ties with their denomination, and some congregations could face a membership exodus over the church governing body’s vote to reject same-sex marriage and refuse … more
If attendance is an indicator, interest among growers in the new hemp commodity is high. About 150 farmers and other interested people from Wilson, Nash and Edgecombe counties filled the East … more
Residents gathered Sunday at the Spring Hope Historical Museum to reminisce about marching bands, football games and bringing the community together at the opening … more
A popular beach music band will be the highlight of the Friday night street dance from 7-10 p.m. Oct. 4 at the 48th annual Spring Hope National Pumpkin Festival. The Embers … more
Spring Hope commissioners will be asked next week to expand possible locations for electronic gaming and restaurants and to rezone an existing business property to allow for electronic games. The … more
Vashti Perry, the daughter of a former slave, went to school, completed high school and began a legacy of education in her family that now includes three generations of college graduates. Perry … more
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