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NASHVILLE — The Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education will hold a special called board meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12 at the central office auditorium, 930 Eastern Ave. Meetings are open to the … more
Seven schools in the Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools district were honored by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction for meeting academic growth during … more
Sub-freezing wind chill temperatures are expected to linger Tuesday and Wednesday ahead of a gradual warmup with mild conditions in the cards for Friday and the weekend, Albert Thomas Jr. says in … more
If wind chill figures were air temperatures, Albert Thomas Jr. says, the greater Wilson area would be a winter wonderland come Sunday. With feels-like readings in the teens and 20s but actual … more
SHARPSBURG — A former police lieutenant is suing the town of Sharpsburg in federal court, claiming ex-Police Chief John Hunt discriminated against her and fired her due to a disability. Lynette … more
Spring Hope commissioners appointed a new planning board Monday, mixing old and new faces in an effort to stimulate more citizen involvement. Following criteria approved last month, commissioners … more
A local businesswoman is using Christmas lights to spread holiday joy and give back to those in need. Dr. Kelly Senglar-Vitale, who operates Manual Physical Therapy in Rocky Mount and Wilson, has … more
Leaders of the North Carolina General Assembly invite North Carolina high school students to apply for the 49th annual Youth Legislative Assembly. “North Carolina’s Youth Legislative Assembly … 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
Nash County commissioners unanimously voted to re-elect Robbie Davis as chairman and Wayne Outlaw as vice chairman on Monday. There was no apparent competition or dissension in giving the two … more
SPRING HOPE — Fourth-quarter hydrant flushing was scheduled to begin Tuesday, Dec. 4 and continues Wednesday, Dec. 5 beginning at 10 p.m. and lasting until roughly 2 a.m., town officials … 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
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
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
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
Is it too early to buy milk and bread? Albert Thomas Jr. weighs in on the chance of snowfall in Wilson, Nash and Johnston counties next weekend in this week's installment of The Wilson Times … more
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