A Wilson Times Co. publication · Serving Southern Nash County Since 1947
Local news
706 results total, viewing 101 - 120
The morning commute got a little bumpy in Spring Hope July 2 when one of Erader Mills’ vault trucks was struck by another commercial vehicle in the Spring Hope L&L Store parking lot, causing … more
Persistent rain that was part of a system that continued to redevelop Thursday evening over the southwestern part of Nash County caused the annual Castalia Fourth of July to end a few hours earlier … more
Nash County commissioners paid effusive tribute on Monday to Nash Community College President William “Bill” Carver, who is retiring after serving the college in various positions for 32 … more
A midweek break from high humidity is in store for the greater Wilson area, but a warm front will have us sweating once again, Al Thomas explains in this week's installment of The Wilson Times … more
A rainy weekend and start to the workweek is in store for the greater Wilson area and east-central North Carolina, Al Thomas explains in this installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to … more
Persistent rain that was part of a system that continued to redevelop Thursday evening over the southwestern part of Nash County caused the annual Castalia Fourth of July to end a few hours earlier … more
The morning commute got a little bumpy in Spring Hope Tuesday when one of Erader Mills' vault trucks was struck by another commercial vehicle in the Spring Hope L&L Store parking lot … more
Spring Hope officials are going with a different company in trying to win state Asset Inventory and Assessment grants worth $300,000 after trying multiple times unsuccessfully through public works … more
The Spaulding Family Resource Center, located in the former C.C. Spaulding School site on Pine Street since the 1990s, is seeking the town of Spring Hope’s approval for a new home. Town Manager … more
Nash Community College recently held an orientation to welcome its student ambassadors for the 2019-20 academic year. The new ambassadors are Heather Haynes of Rocky Mount, Phoebe Prezioso of … more
In a special called meeting June 26, the Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education voted to eliminate four administrative positions, citing a decline in funding directly related to a drop in … more
Expanding Medicaid would create more than 37,000 new jobs and insure roughly 365,000 more people, according to a new nonpartisan analysis prepared by researchers at George Washington University with … more
NASHVILLE — Nashville United Methodist Church, 209 E. Washington St., will hold vacation Bible school for 3-year-olds through rising sixth graders from 5:45-8 p.m. Sunday, July 14 through … more
The Middlesex Fire Department has initiated its newest firefighter into the department’s ranks, but unlike most 22-year olds entering the department, this one has the experience of a well-seasoned … more
Nash Community College has been awarded a $100,000 Duke Energy Workforce Development Grant to enhance its electric line construction technology program offerings. College officials said equipment … more
This week, the nation unites to celebrate America’s independence from British rule with flags, food and fireworks. Although options within southern Nash County are limited, surrounding areas a … more
Heat will be relentless this week with Wednesday's high peaking at 100 degrees and the heat index at or above 100 through at least Saturday, Al Thomas says in this week's installment of The Wilson … more
The Middlesex Fire Department has initiated its newest firefighter into the department’s ranks, but unlike most 22-year olds entering the department, this one has the experience of a … more
Typical summer weather is in store for the greater Wilson area from this weekend through Independence Day, Al Thomas says in this edition of The Wilson Times Weathercast recorded a day … more
« Prev | 1 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 36 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.