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A Wilson 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 Wilson and Rocky Mount, has … more
Growers and entrepreneurs interested in joining the expanding industrial hemp industry in North Carolina were told to start slowly and beware of the risks at Friday’s agriculture summit at Wilson … more
Wilson, Nash and Johnston counties will enjoy comfortable temperatures through Monday, but a cold front expected next week will make the start of December live up to the month's chilly reputation, … more
HOUSTON (AP) — George H.W. Bush, a patrician New Englander whose presidency soared with the coalition victory over Iraq in Kuwait, but then plummeted in the throes of a weak economy that led … more
Leroy Turner Jr. connects a computer to the on-board diagnostic system of a pickup truck to conduct an emissions inspection. Quality Tire Alignment & Brakes in Wilson does an average of 20 … more
GOLDSBORO — A man faces murder charges after authorities say he fatally shot two people early Friday in his Wayne County home. Sheriff's deputies responded to a 5:50 a.m. shooting call at … more
NASHVILLE — 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 … more
Are you interested in starting a food-based business, selling locally at a farmers market, offering agritourism at an existing farm, exploring new revenue streams from farm crop waste or growing … more
Registration has opened for the Nash County Government Works citizens’ academy class of 2019. The series of classes is designed to inform residents about the operations of their county … more
Nash County Travel and Tourism has unveiled a new look, website and office location, all intended to showcase the resources offered in Nash County. The public was introduced to the new look at a … more
The Nash County Republican Party Executive Committee is seeking candidates to fill state Rep.-elect Lisa Stone Barnes’ soon-to-be-open seat on the Nash County Board of Commissioners. Candidates … more
The Nash UNC Health Care Auxillary is celebrating its 15th annual Lights of Love ceremony by encouraging local residents to honor or remember their special loved ones by sponsoring lights on the … more
The Upper Coastal Plain Council of Governments has received a 2018 Innovation Award from the National Association of Development Organizations on behalf of its work with the region’s community … more
After less than a month on the police force, Spring Hope’s newest officer is already making an impact in the community. K-9 Jax, a 14-month old German shepherd imported from Hungary, along with … more
Rocky Mount lawyer Damian Tucker was sworn in as a new member of the Nash Community College Board of Trustees at the board’s Nov. 19 meeting. Superior Court Judge Quentin Sumner administered the … more
A Nashville man will spend 10 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to a cocaine conspiracy charge, prosecutors announced last week. U.S. District Judge James C. Dever III sentenced … more
Authorities say heroin, cocaine, marijuana and moonshine were seized during a raid on a rural Franklin County man’s home between Spring Hope and Zebulon. Sheriff’s deputies said an … more
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