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?”
A Thomasville High School mural, 8 feet by 20 feet, conveys a message — “How dare they deny our success?”
C.S. Lewis wrote that integrity is “doing the right thing, even when no one is watching.” Thurston Bowman seemed to always have a knack for doing the right thing, and often did so behind the scenes. Bowman's place in Thomasville history, his integrity, is defined by the difference he made in the lives of others, and more often than not when no one was watching.
Saturday's forecast is partly cloudy with a projected temperature of 70 degrees. That's good news for Spring Daze, now in its 11th year. The event will welcome guests — rain or shine — to downtown Thomasville from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Three men and three women earned top spots in the first All-America City Triathlon held Saturday, but the declared winners are the three organizations that helped the city achieve All-America status.
Thomasville will host its first ever triathlon Saturday in an effort to give back to the three organizations that made it an All-America City.
Brent McDowell's job at Connection Church in Wallburg is to “think big.” Is dropping 50,000 eggs from a helicopter onto a football field big enough?
More than a decade ago, when manufacturing dominated the Chair City landscape, a program came to Liberty Drive Elementary School to stress the importance of science, technology, engineering and math.
Friends of Trinity invite everyone to step back in time and experience the War Between the States at Hardee's Retreat, a Civil War battle re-enactment.
Washington DC fell in love with first grader Duncan Sykes. Duncan, with the help of his mom Amber, a nurse at Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center, told his story about his life with kidney disease during the Patient Kidney Summit in Washington DC held earlier this month.
Today, Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center will celebrate Certified Nurses Day by honoring its board certified nurses.
Caprice Thrift, a dental hygienist at Smith, Bundy & Fisher, on Thursday gave first graders a little insight into her job during Thomasville Primary School's third annual Career Day.
When Toni Tricarico told her physical education students at Thomasville Primary School that she wanted to raise money for the American Heart Association , the kids took the idea and ran with it – or skipped with it to be exact.
Maurice Scott was named Outstanding Thomasville Teen by the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs.
“The arts are alive and well in Thomasville,” said Councilman Neal Grimes as he viewed the 38 entries in the Chair City Art exhibit.
Kacy Lee was crowned Miss Thomasville and Victoria Huggins, Miss Central Carolina. Hannah Welborn Lewis won Miss Thomasville’s Outstanding Teen and Tori Gross, Miss Central Carolina’s Outstanding Teen.
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.