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PINE LEVEL — With some 60 guests on hand during town commissioners’ March 4 meeting, the town of Pine Level promoted one of its own as Lt. Ashley Woodard became the new police chief. Retiring … more
SMITHFIELD — During her five-year battle with breast cancer, it wasn’t the many treatments, doctor visits or harsh side effects of medication that Kay Wallace of Clayton talked about with family … more
FOUR OAKS — Carl Lamm, 92, a legendary figure in the world of radio in North Carolina, has announced his retirement and will be turning off his microphone for good at station WTSB AM 1090 and FM … more
SMITHFIELD — The town of Smithfield received a positive economic report at the March 5 town council meeting. The 2017-18 audit was presented by Alan Thompson of Whiteville-based Thompson, Price, … more
KENLY — Hickory Cross Gospel Center, 3713 Hickory Cross Crossroads Road, will have revival beginning at 7 p.m. daily Wednesday, March 13 through Friday, March 15. The Rev. Dennis Pollock is the … more
CLAYTON — Police say a car thief is behind bars after he stole a car with two kids in the backseat but later helped call family members to return them. 22-year-old Brian Keith Allen Jr. of … more
PRINCETON — Kim LeQuire of Kornegay Family Farms and Produce recently completed the executive farm management program. In this program, participants focus on all aspects of management needed to … more
SELMA — Following the inaugural NoJo Family Day last year, a second edition of the event is planned from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at The Farm, 215 Batten Road. Just like last year, the event … more
CLAYTON — It was the first week of middle school for two Clayton police officers. Officers Aurora Mayo and Scott Holzshu are heading to middle and elementary school as the Clayton Police … more
BENSON — Police took a Dunn man into custody March 2 and the excuses for his violations were as abundant as the blue light, gun and marijuana found in his vehicle, according to a police … more
COATS — The search is now on for suspects who may have stolen three valuable river otters from a local animal sanctuary. Cory Freeman, the director of Animal Ed. Ventures in Coats, said the … more
"It won't be bathing suit weather," Albert Thomas Jr. cautions in this weekend's Weathercast brought to you by, but moderate temperatures are store for the greater Wilson area through … more
NASHVILLE — A man is charged with robbing the same Nash County convenience store at gunpoint on two occasions, sheriff’s deputies said Thursday. Steven Rahaeh Spivey of 2837 Batchelor Road … more
NASHVILLE — State Bureau of Investigation agents testified Thursday that only one of at least eight body and dashboard cameras was turned on during a February deputy-involved shooting that left one … more
ZEBULON — Authorities are investigating threats against Zebulon Middle School discovered on social media Wednesday night, according to Zebulon police. The nature of the threats was not disclosed, … more
Sunshine and mild, springlike temperatures will come — just not at the same time, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this week's installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
SMITHFIELD — Police are warning residents to check their surroundings after an 83-year-old woman was cut by a razor blade while opening her car door. The incident happened around 4:30 p.m. … more
SMITHFIELD — Melissa Overton, president and CEO of the innovative leadership, safety and interactive training company, was recently named the Triangle East Chamber of … more
SMITHFIELD — R.S. “Butch” Lawter Jr. is the newest member of the Johnston Community College Board of Trustees. Lawter, a Johnston County commissioner from Clayton, was sworn in at the Jan. … more
United Methodist churches may sever ties with their denomination, and some congregations could face a membership exodus over the church governing body’s vote to reject same-sex marriage and refuse … more
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