Volunteers and staff with Communities In Schools of Thomasville continue to support the education and development of students in the district.
Visitors to the Piedmont area now have another great reason to visit Thomasville – Southern Sisters Restaurant & Grille is a recommended stop in Christy Campbell’s “Eat & Explore North Carolina – Favorite Recipes, Celebrations & Travel Destinations."
Books, pencils, stickers and cool stuffed toys aren’t the only things Amy Daugherty is selling at the “Under the Sea” book fair going on this week at Wallburg Elementary.
The first annual Dr. Sara Sinal Conference for Child Abuse Professionals was held April 17 at Davidson County Community College.
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.
Ledford High School senior Joe Hoffman isn’t quite sure what direction he’ll take when it comes to career paths, but he does know one thing — he’s grateful for the opportunity to be part of Kenneth Cain’s electrical trade class.
Stacks upon stacks of colorful ceramic bowls — empty bowls — will serve as a reminder of hunger for an economically fragile population in the Thomasville area at the 4th Annual Empty Bowls meal from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 20 at Memorial United Methodist Church, 101 Randolph Street, Thomasville.
There’s still time to get involved in the 7th annual Spin4Life event set for 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, March 14 at Davidson County Community College, 297 Davidson Community College Road, Thomasville.
It was the trip of a lifetime for 22 lucky members of Thomasville High School’s marching band — the Scarlet Regiment — who were invited to play on Feb. 13 in one of the most iconic Mardi Gras parades in New Orleans.
For more than 32 years, Shuler Meats has experienced steady growth while serving Thomasville and the surrounding areas.
Organizers of the Miss Thomasville and Miss Central Carolina scholarship pageant are looking forward to what lies ahead for four young ladies who will represent the area at the Miss North Carolina Pageant and Miss North Carolina Outstanding Teen pageant in June.
Members of Girl Scout Troop 02558 do more than just sell cookies — they serve their community.
Wreckmaster Garrett Scarlette, 20, can’t imagine himself in any other profession.
Dr. Karl Milliren will have an extra package to unwrap this holiday season. The doors to the brand new Thomasville Veterinary Hospital will officially open right before Christmas.
Novant Health Foundation Thomasville Medical Center invites the community to attend the 32nd annual An Evening of Music, with performances Nov. 8 and 9. This year’s first act, “Nothing Could Be Finer”, features songs and songwriters from the Carolinas, and the second act features tunes to ring in the upcoming holiday season. Performances will be held at Finch Auditorium, 406 Unity St., Thomasville at 7 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. matinee on Sunday.
Approaching the one-year anniversary of being crowned Miss Thomasville, Kacy Lee continues to put her own unique stamp on the title.
Children in a Martin Luther King Drive neighborhood find friendly faces and help with their homework at an afternoon community resource center for children staffed by police officers and volunteers.
Some folks think Ken Lang has gone to the birds. His Silver Valley home and workshop are off the beaten path and so is his new hobby.
Walking intently down the polished, empty halls of Thomasville Middle School comes a towering man in black. Sporting a freshly buzzed, high-and-tight haircut, standing 6 feet 2 inches and weighing a solid 240 pounds, C.L. Cantrell has a look on his face that is all business. Dressed in his pristine uniform — complete with a bullet-proof vest and fully-equipped duty belt— he has the quiet presence of a commissioned officer that reflects his abiding commitment to personal courage and professional excellence. That is until the bell to change classes rings and then it happens ...
It was a dark and stormy night. Well, not really, but when FOX8 meteorologist Van Denton visited the Thomasville Public Library for a noon Lunch and Learn session July 10, talking about the weather was anything but boring.
Pat Williams of Lexington now wears the crown of 2014 Ms. Senior Davidson County. During the coming year, Williams will visit all five nutrition sites, ride in local parades and in general advocate for senior services.
Senior volunteer extrordinaire Nellie Tesh was a key figure in entertainment for a recent Senior Ms. Davidson County pageant. It wasn't the first time Tesh has done something silly to bring a smile to someone's face.
Three weeks after she retired from Belks, Shirley Bishop walked into Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center and said, “I’m retired, what can I do?”