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Albert Thomas Jr.

WEATHERCAST

Much-needed rain may arrive Monday

By Al Thomas
| October 23, 2021

Sunshine and mild temperatures are likely this weekend, but by late Monday, there is a good chance o...

Thomas L. Knapp

OPINION

Political power is problem, not solution

By Thomas L. Knapp
| October 23, 2021

President Joe Biden wants the Occupational Safety & Health Administration to mandate COVID-19 vaccin...

Linda Cooper-Suggs

THE RALEIGH REPORT

Share your views on new district maps

By Linda Cooper-Suggs
| October 23, 2021

General Assembly members finished drawing electoral maps over the last week. There is going to be a ...

Linda M. Sutton

COMMENTARY

Get back on track with cancer screening

By Linda M. Sutton and Bryant Washington
| October 23, 2021

Cancer screening is one of the most effective tools in the fight against cancer. Finding a cancer ea...

Jessica Griffin

WCC CORNER

College celebrates transfer students

By Jessica Griffin
| October 23, 2021

If you follow Wilson Community College on social media, you may have noticed posts last week about N...

Mike Walden

YOU DECIDE

Is a wealth tax in the future?

By Mike Walden
| October 23, 2021

Trillions of dollars were added to the national debt during the COVID-19 pandemic as the federal gov...

Josh Stein

COMMENTARY

Keep an eye out for student loan scams

By Josh Stein
| October 22, 2021

The pandemic has disrupted all or parts of three academic years for students. Not surprisingly, ther...

OPINION

Cancel drug patents when the public pays

By Corey Friedman
| October 21, 2021

Pope Francis is urging drugmakers to release their lucrative patents on coronavirus vaccines, allowi...

Ronald Fraser

OPINION

NC’s do-it-yourself justice system

By Ronald Fraser
| October 21, 2021

When charged with a crime, do North Carolinians call upon fellow citizens, sitting as a jury, to dec...

Tom Campbell

OPINION

Do we even want pre-pandemic work conditions?

By Tom Campbell
| October 21, 2021

Not since 1942, when women flooded into the workplace in support of the war effort, have we seen a w...

John Hood

OPINION

Surge in violence merits response

By John Hood
| October 21, 2021

Are North Carolinians safer today than they were a decade ago? That depends on how you define the te...

Andrew Schnittker

COMMENTARY

Greetings and glad to be here

By Andrew Schnittker
| October 21, 2021

Hello, Wilson sports fans. I’m very excited to join The Wilson Times staff and Wilson community as a...

Albert Thomas Jr.

WEATHERCAST

Temps to climb as week wears on

By Al Thomas
| October 18, 2021

Two broad high pressure systems, the first over the Southeastern United States followed by one cente...

Sanda Baucom Hight

COMMENTARY

Breast Cancer Awareness Month sparks public, private observance

By Sanda Baucom Hight
| October 18, 2021

When we think of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we remember that October is the time to educate ours...

Betty Joyce Nash

OPINION

Science, not politics, protects threatened resources

By Betty Joyce Nash
| October 18, 2021

The political divide over global warming sometimes feels like the vax/anti-vax divide: science vs. p...

Gale Adcock

OPINION

New kidney care bills needed to help dialysis patients

By Gale Adcock
| October 18, 2021

Getting to know my patients and learning about their lives has always been one of the highlights of ...

D.G. Martin

COMMENTARY

October hurricane on the Outer Banks

By D.G. Martin
| October 18, 2021

It is October on the Outer Banks. A late hurricane is threatening to wash away the beaches and blow ...

Seven-year-old Anastasia Epps designs jewelry and lip gloss with mother Duwanda Epps and sister Synceirie. In November, the Eppses will open Synstasia Palace to showcase other young entrepreneurs at 1502 Nash St., Suite I.

MAIN STREET MINUTE

Kid boss opening Nash Street boutique

By Brie Handgraaf
| October 18, 2021

At age 3, Anastasia Epps learned how to make lip gloss. Within two years, her philanthropic efforts ...

Oliver Hedgepeth

COMMENTARY

The supply chain curtain falls

By Oliver Hedgepeth
| October 18, 2021

The supply chains of the world are under attack — by you, by me, by their own decision-makers and ac...

John Hood

OPINION

Mortgage discrimination claims are bunk

By John Hood
| October 18, 2021

A few weeks ago, the Associated Press and a nonprofit journalism outfit called The Markup released a...


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