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Wilson Medical Center has submitted a corrective action plan to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services after receiving a violation notice from the federal agency last month, CEO Mark Holyoak and board Chair Janice A. Walston said in a Monday letter to hospital employees.

Wilson Medical Center submits plan to fix Medicare violations

By Corey Friedman
| July 4, 2022

Wilson Medical Center expects to retain its ability to treat Medicare patients after regulators conf...

Christen Battle shoots a jumper during Wilson Prep’s home game against Pender County in the NCHSAA 1-A playoffs Feb. 26. Battle is the first WPA student-athlete to be selected to play in the N.C. Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game, to be played Monday, July 11, at the Greensboro Coliseum.

Wilson Prep's Battle has one final role: all-star

By Paul Durham
| July 5, 2022

Christen Battle filled a variety of roles in his two seasons with the Wilson Preparatory Academy var...

Carter Samson scores a run for his Wilson City Little League Ages 8-9 All-Star team during the N.C. Little League District 6 
championship game against South Durham on June 21 at Southern Bank Stadium. Wilson will face Morehead City in the Ages 8-9 state tournament in the first round Friday at Gillette Baseball Complex.

Little League state tourneys start Friday at Gillette

From staff reports
| July 5, 2022

More baseball is on the way for a pair of Wilson City Little League age-group all-star teams as the ...

Wilson Tobs players relax on the field to watch a fireworks show after their 6-5 walk-off win over the Martinsville Mustangs on Saturday night in front of a sold-out, capacity crowd of 2,450 spectators at Fleming Stadium.

INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND

Fleming fireworks celebrate Fourth

From staff reports
| July 4, 2022

Fireworks lit up the sky above Fleming Stadium as Wilson marked an early start to Independence Day f...

Community Briefs announcing Wilson-area events are published as a public service of The Wilson Times. Email submissions to editor@wilsontimes.com. Include the event's time, date and location, admission cost if applicable and organizers' contact information.

COMMUNITY BRIEFS

Conservative Wilson Women meet Wednesday

From staff reports
| July 4, 2022

The Conservative Wilson Women group will hold its next meeting at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday, July 6, at t...

Jay Wheeler, who was the Fike High baseball junior varsity coach from 2000 to 2013, will be the school’s fifth varsity baseball head coach after returning to take the Golden Demons’ reins.

Dream deferred: Wheeler returns as Demons baseball coach

By Paul Durham
| July 4, 2022

In baseball – and life – timing can make all the difference in the world. For Jay Wheeler, the chanc...

Tig’s Courtyard founder Andra “Tig” Garris, left, is pictured with son R.J. and husband Marty. The Garris family recently sold the downtown business to Richard Millinder, right, who plans to rename it Carolina Cheese Co. while keeping Tig’s popular menu items.

MAIN STREET MINUTE

Tig’s Courtyard sold to family friend

By Brie Handgraaf
| July 3, 2022

It is impossible to recall the number of Friday after Thanksgiving sandwiches or tropical salads Tig...

The Wilson Housing Authority’s Cathy Kent, left, and Tim Rogers, along with the Kramden Institute’s Cari Delmariani, refer to a list of families registered to receive a free desktop computer thanks to a partnership between the housing authority and Kramden, a Durham nonprofit.

WILSON HOUSING AUTHORITY

Families take home donated desktop computers

By Olivia Neeley
| July 3, 2022

Brenda McNair and Alice Locus couldn’t wait to return home and set up their new desktop computers fo...


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