Sharon Finch recalls her memories as Miss Thomasville and Miss North Carolina and the community which celebrated her success.
Once a year the Tom A. Finch Community YMCA holds an awards dinner to honor a select group of individuals who make a positive impact on the lives of others.
Thomasville Historical Preservation Commission seeks the community’s help to identify collected photographs, some dating to the 1950s.
First graders at Thomasville Primary School plan to make this Valentine’s Day a special one for a couple hundred American soldiers.
Barbara Robinson walked through history from the assassination of John F. Kennedy to Lyndon Johnson's War on Poverty to Dr. Martin Luther King's dream of equal opportunity.
With 38 entries, Thomasville recrafted its image back into the Chair City with the conclusion of Chair City Art design contest.
As Tony Hyde eloquently spoke about the Citizen of the Year, the room of people at the Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce annual meeting hushed. With all the attributes affirmed, smiles and teary eyes acknowledged the recipient before her name was spoken.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said he had the audacity to believe that people everywhere can have three meals a day for their bodies.
Community heroes. Members of the Civitan Clubs of Davidson County do not call themselves that, but ask the many people whom they serve — families in need, students in need of scholarships, Special Olympians, clergy, fruit cake lovers and kids waiting for Santa — and they will say otherwise.
Excitement surrounds the Tom A. Finch YMCA as the organization moves into the new year. Launching three new programs and offering a membership special for the first two weeks of 2014, Beth Todd, director of marketing, contends the YMCA is the place to be.
Members of the Thomasville Area Teen Council, working under the supervision of the Thomasville Parks and Recreation, collected more than 200 gifts given to Liberty Arms community with the assistance of the Thomasville Housing Authority.
Thomasville Head Start on Wednesday welcomed a special visitor.
Forty years ago, students in the Thomasville High School Class of 1973 walked out the doors and into a new life. For this class, time and distance never took its toll on friendships.
Hollis Blair was stunned speechless when he was awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine Nov. 7.
Stephanie Ramon still gets excited about making crafts, playing games and being involved in the variety of fun activities she remembers fondly from the after-school program she once attended. The difference today is the 30-year-old is now in charge of planning the fun and ensuring that children at the Gregg Center in Thomasville experience those same lasting memories.
Thanksgiving and Christmas usually represent the most generous season of the year. Concern is mounting, however, that food pantries in Davidson County have become forgotten amidst the holiday bustle.
Cindy Farmer of the FOX8 Morning News will serve as the grand marshal of the 2013 Thomasville Christmas Parade, announced the Fair Grove Lions Club.
The Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce was recognized last week with the 2013 Outstanding Video Award from the Chambers of Commerce in the Carolinas.
High school students face difficult decisions as their graduation nears. Some will go off to a four-year university while others head for a community college. Some will elect to find a job or join the military.
More than 300 people attended the annual Craft Fair held by Thomasville Parks and Recreation last Saturday.
When Matthew Lewis retired from the Washington Post after a 25-year career, the Pulitzer Prize winner came to Thomasville and started taking pictures of the Chair City.
In Saturday's edition, the Times will feature Matthew Lewis, a Pulitizer Prize winning photographer, who has compiled "A Veteran's Keepsake Calendar." As part of its debut, he challenged Thomasville High School and Bulldog Academy students to write a letter to a solider. This one is particuarlly touching.
Saturday’s premier of “Evening of Music” by Novant Health Foundation Thomasville Medical Center includes more than entertainment. A silent auction to be held simultaneously represents the spirit of the Foundation, Medical Center and community — generosity.
A few phone calls and a face-to-face visit with Diane Ramirez and her friend Janet Mabe revealed an incredible journey the two women have faced together. They are two of only 30,000 in America who suffer from the extremely rare disease known as pulmonary hypertension.
As rehearsals make their way from Memorial United Methodist Church to the Finch Auditorium, a cast of more than 75 people are set to begin what they call Finch Week.