Culinary arts teacher Christi Carpenter says she reminds her students on a daily basis that people “eat with their eyes.”
A local man was charged by Davidson County Sheriff’s Office April 10 with solicitation to commit murder after he allegedly paid a man in an attempt to have another person killed.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved an incentive package for an economic development project during a public hearing Tuesday that will result in a $13 million investment and the retention of 170 jobs.
A Chair City business was bestowed with an unfortunate distinction this month as the Better Business Bureau of Central N.C. released its “Dirty Dozen” list for the first time in April.
Maxwell has six years of head coaching experience that includes a conference championship while at Ledford
The point guard averaged nearly 8 assists per game his sophomore season
East had 4-2 lead entering 7th inning
Panthers erupt for seven runs in 9th inning
High schoolers from Davidson county explored various programs within advanced manufacturing, business and computer science and transportation technology at High School Career Discovery Day held April 15 on the campus of DCCC.
“One nice piece [of jewelry] will make an outfit pop,” said Shirley Jones-Byrd as she held up a pearl cluster necklace.
Every day Thomasville residents cut through Old Julian Avenue to reach Randolph Street, passing right by a hidden gem in town. Owner Lance Nuckolls would like to change that.
Make no mistake, Kim Hill, co-owner of Hill’s Farm and Garden Center in Thomasville rules the roost when it comes to ensuring all the animals that are for sale at her family’s old-fashioned store — and even the ones that are not — are well cared for no matter what the going trend is for the Easter holiday.