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D.H. Griffin excavators remove debris Monday from the site of a demolished 225 Nash St. building.


City officials ‘ran out of time’ with Nash Street building

By Lisa Boykin Batts
| June 28, 2022

Rodger Lentz said the loss of the historic building at 225 E. Nash St. last week is “going to hurt f...

Anna-Claire Musick

Miss Wilson named fourth runner-up in Miss North Carolina Competition

By Olivia Neeley
| June 29, 2022

Miss Wilson Anna-Claire Musick finished as fourth runner-up in the 2022 Miss North Carolina Competit...

Nate O'Neal takes a swing at the 43rd Larry Pittman Memorial/Wilson County Junior Golf Championship.

Nate O’Neal shatters more records as Jr. Golf boys medalist; Council repeats as girls champ

By Andrew Schnittker
| June 29, 2022

The 43rd Larry Pittman Memorial/Wilson County Junior Golf Championship delivered some unseasonably t...

Clifton Junior Felton

Wilson man denied parole in wife’s 1994 murder

By Olivia Neeley
| June 28, 2022

State officials have denied parole for a Wilson man serving a life sentence on murder and arson conv...

Mark Joyner

State approves parole plan for Wilson rape convict

By Olivia Neeley
| June 28, 2022

A 50-year Wilson man convicted of rape and burglary in 1987 has been approved for a program that cou...

Troopers: Man dies after highway crash

By Drew C. WIlson
| June 27, 2022

SIMS — A 20-year-old man died following an early morning car crash Friday on U.S. 264. Jah’Quavious ...

Speight Middle School seventh grader Adrianna Smith, right, explores the Wilson Country Club pool in a mask and scuba regulator as students ages 9-11 take part in the underwater investigation portion of the Providing Alternative Thinking Stragegies camp sponsored by the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office last week. Drew C. Wilson | Times

Campers learn lessons from sheriff’s office

By Drew C. Wilson
| June 27, 2022

One after the other, children pulled scuba masks over their faces and placed air regulators in their...

VintageWest Furniture co-owners Megan and Jeremy Lott stand at their booth at the Wilson Farmers & Artisan Market, where customers can shop items that will be stocked in their Barnes Street store in the fall.


Vintage vibes coming to downtown Wilson

By Brie Handgraaf
| June 27, 2022

Megan Lott didn’t set out to start a business. She was just refinishing furniture for her home when ...

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