The Chair City kicked off the holidays last night with the first annual Thomasville Light up the Holidays event. With the tree lit, the celebration continues today with the Christmas Parade organized by Fairgrove Lions Club set for 3 p.m.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved three public hearings following a closed session last Wednesday that will invite feedback Nov. 25 on proposed economic development.
The past thirty years for Randy Hepler have been all about finding “the one.” One more name. One more date. One more birth certificate. One more death certificate. One more census record. One more.
A moratorium on new Internet sweepstakes businesses in Thomasville will continue after the city council approved a 180-day moratorium that will run through May 2015.
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A couple of weeks ago our church presented a musical program. We have some very talented musicians and singers in our church. They did an outstanding program that included solos and songs where we were encouraged to sing along. It was upbeat and encouraging. Since the program I have caught myself singing the songs and enjoying the melodies again and again.
I hope you have enjoyed the beautiful colors of fall and the mild weather we enjoyed the first of the week ... but by the time this article is published, I hope you have your winter coat, gloves, and scarf handy. Winter is on the way. You know it is cold when I have my wife, Gayle, put the electric blanket on the bed.
Before the rush of the holidays begins, take advantage of one of many free programs the library is offering this month.