City officials welcomed Thomasville’s newest business, P&G Antiques, during a ribbon cutting March 24.
Thomasville City Council on April 21 will hold a public hearing regarding economic incentives for a company that is looking to relocate to Thomasville.
Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™ for its chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) program by demonstrating compliance with Commission’s national standards for healthcare quality and safety in disease-specific care.
After re-opening its Denton Road facility in April, Unilin Flooring will add approximately 78,000 square feet to its Cloniger Road facility to bolster its manufacturing capacity and expand warehouse space.
Occupational medicine services at Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center has twice outgrown its facilities since starting about a year ago. Occupational medicine is now offered in the main hospital at 207 Old Lexington Road.
The hum of a newspaper press will be heard again in High Point. The High Point Enterprise, which acquired the Thomasville Times in 1958, will bring home printing operations, this time with a new printing press housed in a facility on Woodbine Street, off of Market Center Drive in High Point.
Thomasville welcomed a new hot spot for frozen yogurt. SweetFrog, 1122 Randolph St., opened on Friday, attracting hundreds of people to Tammy Joyce’s latest Chair City venture.
The last of the former Thomasville Furniture Industries plants is closing. According to a letter obtained by the Thomasville Times from Heritage Home Group President Ira Glazer, Thomasville Plant C and Plant C-Area 100 will shut down on March 21. Employees at the two facilities received the letter Tuesday morning.
Thomasville City Council is tweaking the district for its downtown tax incentive initiative. Council members at the Jan.22 meeting will vote on a district boundary modification that includes more businesses and less houses.
A local company may invest $25 million and create up to 50 jobs in Thomasville. Thomasville City Council on Jan. 22 will hold a public hearing regarding an economic incentive grant for Project BART.
Someone recently suggested to Rick Callicutt that he should write a book about the growth of Bank of North Carolina during the last few years.
Third Thursday — a partnership between the Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce and Davidson County Community College’s Small Business Center — will offer on-the-spot advice for small business development.
Local businesses ended 2013 on a high note thanks in large part to Thomasville citizens spending their money in the Chair City.
Leadership Davidson County, which provides insights to economic development, education, government and human services, is accepting applications through Jan. 17. Applications are available through the Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Lexington Chamber of Commerce.
An additional loan package is being considered by Davidson County Commissioners to boost the progress of a proposed industrial park off Interstate 85.
It's alive. It's alive, said members of the City Beautification Committee during the Nightmare on Main Street ghost walk held Saturday night.
Wright Global Graphics Solutions, a Thomasville-based company, announced a $1.5 million investment in an eight-color Mark Andy P5 print station.
The Small Business Center at Davidson County Community College will host Debbie Wright, human resources and business consultant, to help shed light on the new law.
Triad small business owners and their employees are invited Wednesday to attend a luncheon to make their voices heard in Raleigh.
The N.C. Department of Labor cited a Thomasville trucking company for several violations following an investigation into a workplace fatality in March.
Thomasville's improving employment numbers received more good news with some recent job announcements.
Four months ago, a Thomasville-based manufacturer reopened a dormant facility and brought 30 jobs to the Chair City.
It’s a small business with big dreams. Liberty Bathing Walk-in Tubs of Thomasville held a grand opening Aug. 7 and the owners believe they have positioned themselves to become a contender in a competitive market.
Thomasville City Council is scheduling a pair of public hearings to consider federal grants for two companies looking to invest in the Chair City.
Some small institutions that were weighed down by bad loans on their books folded or were closed by federal regulators. High Point-based Bank of North Carolina, founded in Thomasville, not only survived the financial crisis, it has thrived of late.