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Mental health services for Medicaid-eligible and other low-income Nash County residents have begun the biggest changes the state has seen in almost 40 years, Nash County commissioners were told at … more
Nash Community College President Bill Carver has announced his retirement effective July 1. Carver began working at Nash Community College on Sept. 4, 1987 as Small Business Center director, later … more
February is American Heart Month, and the Nash Heart Center is hosting its second annual Healthy Heart Fair from 10 a.m. to noon this Saturday. This free event is being held in the lobby of the … more
Butch and Lisa Matthews built their business on a simple premise: Combine the selection of a modern big-city supermarket with the convenience … more
Happy birthday, Peachtree Baptist Church! The Peachtree congregation and friends met last Sunday to celebrate the 210th anniversary of Peachtree Baptist Church. God is so good all the time. The … more
AgCarolina Farm Credit, Cape Fear Farm Credit and Carolina Farm Credit say the second annual Pull for Youth charity sporting clays events have raised $105,000 for North Carolina 4-H and Future … more
ROCKY MOUNT — The Joint Veterans Committee of Nash and Edgecombe counties will hold a flag-raising ceremony at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 16 at Jack Laughery Park. Each month, the committee honors … more
Sheriff Keith Stone disclosed additional details Monday in deputies’ fatal shooting of a gun-wielding man early Saturday in rural Nash County. In an afternoon press conference … more
Gusty winds and moderate temperatures are in store for the greater Wilson area this week, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in the latest installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
NASHVILLE — Sheriff Keith Stone disclosed additional details Monday in deputies’ fatal shooting of a gun-wielding man early Saturday in rural Nash County. In an afternoon press conference, … more
GREENVILLE — Rep. Walter B. Jones Jr. of Farmville died Sunday after entering hospice care late last month, according to his congressional office. He died on his birthday and had just turned … more
Police say a man who sped away from a traffic checkpoint in Spring Hope was a convicted felon caught with … more
BAILEY — Authorities say sheriff's deputies shot and killed a gun-wielding man early Saturday in rural Nash County. Deputies were called to the 1200 block … more
Cold and sunny weather this weekend will give way to mild and wet Monday, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in the Saturday, Feb. 9 installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
While the local effects of a planned merger between BB&T and SunTrust are unknown, site work continued Thursday for a new bank building in historic downtown Wilson.  "We congratulate … more
The Twin Counties business and industrial recruiter believes the state Division of Motor Vehicles being shifted from Raleigh to the former Hardee’s Food Systems building would be quite a … more
Nash County had an outstanding year of accomplishments in 2018, but faces three major challenges in 2019, county board Chairman Robbie Davis said Monday in his annual “state of the county” … more
Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools has announced its participation in of the U.S. Department of Agriculture-funded Child and Adult Care Food Program. Meals will be available at no separate charge to … more
The Nash Community College Small Business Center has scheduled several free classes, presentations and seminars for the month of February. • A class on podcasting will be held 7 - 8:30 p.m. … more
During a brief town board meeting Jan. 30, Bailey commissioners voted to bring on a part-time consultant to assist with the town’s administrative tasks. Becky Smith, the former town clerk, was … more
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