A group of Thomasville High School students made sure hundreds of Chair City children will spend the holiday season reading a new book.
Thomasville City Council on Monday night will consider a cost-sharing agreement with Sheetz Inc. regarding a new location at the corner of Liberty Drive and N.C. Highway 109.
Detectives investigating possible connection between two armed robberies on Tuesday
Nicholas Thornton plays the piano and often wakes up in the morning singing a song.
He wants to be a chemist when he grows up and dreams of one day meeting Paul McCartney.
Nicholas, 11, has spent much of 2013 fighting for his life.
The Golden Bears had beaten DCCC by 13 last season
Davidson finishes weekend with 1-1 record
Chris Doby begins first year as head coach
A woman was dragged across a street after two men assaulted her. Both men have been arrested
Crime briefs are compiled from press releases sent by law enforcement agencies. A Lexington woman faces numerous drug charges following an investigation by the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office Vice Narcotics Unit at 346 Yadkin College Road near Lexington.
Information is provided by the Thomasville Police Department. For information, contact editor Kathy Stuart at 336-888-3590 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For the past five years or so I’ve been dealing with congestive heart failure, a disease that has certain issues to be dealt with. The short version of what to expect is multiple hospitalizations, extreme fatigue, irregular heart function, swelling and difficulty breathing.
Sunday morning, July 14, 2013, was sunny, warm and quiet. As I drove to church with the radio off, I replayed in my mind the words of the jury foreman from the George Zimmerman trial. “We the jury find the defendant not guilty on all counts.”
I am sure those were the sentiments of many of our youngsters within the last few weeks. Many years ago, I recall my dad scolding me for those words.