Thursday Dec 5
2013-2014 National League Girls News | Wilson, N.C.
The seventh season of US Youth Soccer National League girls play kicked off Thursday, Dec. 5, in Wilson, N.C. when all 80 teams in the Under-14 through Under-18 age groups met to begin the season.
The Sampson Independent
Mansanto program will benefit students
I wanted to use my Thanksgiving column to thank God for our servicemen and servicewomen currently overseas, for the veterans who live in our communities, for our teachers and safety officers for the sacrifices they make to keep us safe and for all those who help make District 10 one of the best places to live in North Carolina.
Raleigh restaurant combats world hunger with charity event
The Raleigh restaurant partnered with the international organization Stop Hunger Now to serve a holiday feast from 1 until 6 p.m. Of the $38.33 customers paid for a three-course meal, $30 will feed hungry people worldwide.
Rocky Mount Telegram
Brandywine Veterinary Hospital in
Brandywine Veterinary Hospital in Wilson, NC is seeking a registered technician or experienced assistant to join a progressive pet small animal healthcare team.
Rocky Mount Telegram
Tarboro attorney appointed to ECC Board of Trustees
"I believe that education is the best way to advance in our society today, and Edgecombe Community College provides outstanding educational opportunities to the people of our community," he said.
Two men arrested on Wilson murder warrants DURHAM - Donnie Hayes Jr. of Tranquill Road in Durham and Percibal Lasean Pettiford-Bynum of Roxboro were arrested Monday on charges of first-degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon and first-degree burglary.
Man accused of kidnapping, assaulting, robbing Barton student
Wilson police arrested a 20-year-old man Monday and charged him with kidnapping, sexually assaulting and robbing a Barton College student Sunday night.
2013-2014 National League Boys News | Wilson, N.C.
The seventh season of US Youth Soccer National League play kicked off Thursday, Nov. 21, in Wilson, N.C. when all 80 boys teams in the Under-14 through Under-18 age groups met to begin the season.