With Obamacare inching slowly toward reality, the country’s medical profession is staring at an uncertain future as to how health care will be delivered to millions of Americans.
Downtown Thomasville wrapped up this year's holiday shopping season with Main Street businesses reporting a pretty merry Christmas.
North State Communications is paying a dividend to shareholders that’s the largest amount in at least nine years and nearly double the next greatest dividend level paid since the fall of 2003.
Looking to increase the presence of its packaging and marketing solutions worldwide, Wright Global Graphic Solutions has hired Pat Flippin director of international business development.
The Salvation Army of Davidson County received a $4,000 gift from the Food Lion Charitable Foundation just in time for the holiday season. The Salvation Army will use the gift to help people who are struggling to put food on the table.
Sen. Stan Bingham (R-District 33) hopes a law signed by Gov. Bev Perdue will relieve his constituents of unnecessary driving costs.
Escalating unemployment costs may discourage adding jobs, says McDonalds owner, operator and president Tony Delligatti.
Beginning Jan. 2, The Thomasville Times will move into a new publication cycle — daily on the website (tvilletimes.com) and two print editions (Wednesdays and Saturdays).
Another chapter was recorded Dec. 14 in the consistent partnership between one of Thomasville’s largest employers and the United Way of Davidson County.
For a third consecutive year, holiday decor will glow in the windows of Thomasville downtown businesses.
Thomasville City Council continues to wait for a plan of action on a year-long saga concerning an abandoned building. City Hall reports no updates on the status of the former Thomasvile Furniture Industries Plant B site on Fisher Street.
Davidson County Commissioners approved construction for a sewer project Tuesday, as the Board held its last scheduled meeting of 2012.
Miss Thomasville Katy Ezzell and her sister Krissy Ezzell, 2012 Miss Outstanding Teen, invite members of the Chair City community to eat at East Coast Wings in Thomasville on Dec. 18.
A program at Thomasville High School is giving students a way to make a living right after graduation.
Dale Everhart, owner of Forest's Jewelers on Salem Street, was among business owners who supported Small Business Saturday, held Nov. 24.
Housing market activity is moving in a direction that is better for the economy. High Point Regional Association of Realtors, which includes Thomasville, reported that in October closed transactions were up 19 percent in a year-to-year comparison and 14 percent from last month.
Although Black Friday garners the most attention from shoppers nationwide, local small business leaders hope to see more consumers do their holiday shopping on Saturday — in Thomasville.
Efforts by People Achieving Community Enhancement or PACE have encouraged people to make downtown Thomasville a destination. This year, they upgraded trash receptacles and installed decorative lamp posts.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners failed to pass a motion after a public hearing Nov. 13 to apply for a Community Development Block Grant that could have helped to fund a housing community on Hickory Tree Road. The developer — a Virginia-based company — said it would have been for senior citizens.
A local jewelry shop opened its doors Friday under new ownership. The anticipated grand “re-opening” of Avis’ Fine Jewelry in Thomasville was held by new store owner Heather Lewis, who previously worked as a sales associate for original owner Avis Brewer since 1995.