A former member of the Thomasville City Council, a retired doctor and the owner of Best In Show art studio on Salem Street is among featured artists in Davidson County Community College's Spring Art Show.
The Thomasville Public Library semi-annual book sale will run through Jan. 29. Items offered include CDs, DVDs and magazines in addition to hardback and paperback books, with prices ranging from 10 cents for magazines to $1 for CD audiobooks.
When it comes to making beautiful music together, Thomasville High School sophomore Jacob Morris, junior Maria Lopez and Thomasville Middle School eighth-grader Kokie Reynolds are all in it together — no matter the differences in their age. Last fall, all three students auditioned for a spot and were chosen to participate in the Davidson County All-County Honors Band.
City council unanimously approved amendments to the city's cell tower lease for AT&T on Tuesday. City Manager Kelly Craver ensured the council that such amendments are necessary for AT&T to continue taking steps toward improved coverage in the area.
Nate Jones dunk caps comeback in final minute
Ledford is 14-4 for the season
Girls win 61-35
Boys fall 69-61
For those of you who think the library is only a place for books, we also show movies, teach computer classes, and host Valentine parties for children and teens. Read more to find out what your Thomasville Library is all about.
The holidays are behind us and we have taken our first few steps into the new year. It is time for us to return to work, school and the crazy schedule we call our lives.
I hope everyone had a joyous Christmas holiday and that the true meaning of the birth of the Christ Child was prevalent in your home and in your life during this Christmas season. I probably have said this in a previous article but I am going to say this again. A former minister at Memorial United Methodist Church, Dave Melton, urged each of us to leave a Christmas item out all year long. This would be a reminder to keep Christmas in our heart all year.