Roman Gabriel III grew up with football in his blood.
As the oldest son of a former NFL quarterback, Gabriel knew what kind of effort and dedication it took to reach one's goals.
Gabriel also grew up with alcoholism in his blood.
Davidson County Commissioners approved an incentives package for a company to relocate to Thomasville.
Members of the personnel and finance committee on April 8 elected not to vote on a resolution of support from the Davidson County Commissioners for the referendum scheduled on the May 6 primary ballot.
Daniel Clodfelter planted the seeds to a successful career in law and politics at Thomasville High School more than 40 years ago.
Thomasville police say a Thomasville man shot his son during a fight on the front porch at 1105 Lambeth St.
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.
The Thomasville City Schools 2013-14 calendar is starting to resemble a paper rainbow. With all the weather cancellations since the beginning of 2014, TCS administrators have been scrambling to adjust and readjust the school calendar to ensure students and teachers reach designated state requirements to complete the year.
The N.C. Department of Transportation has closed Kanoy Road near its intersection with Sallie Drive in Thomasville due to a pipe failure.
With the help of a few friends with a shared passion for comic books, toys and graphic art, Marsha Myers introduced Lexington to its first comicon.
UPDATE: Courtney Bean fashioned two sticks into a cross to mark the 100 block of Baptist Children's Home Road, where he brother Aaron died Monday night in a single-vehicle wreck. Flowers were placed into the ground to show how their family surrounded one another with love.
On the heels of a brutal winter that flooded its doors with people needing food or help paying for expensive heating bills, FFRC's annual auction could not come at a better time. As one of the nonprofit's two significant fundraisers of the year, the April 12 auction takes on even more significance.
Board of Education members on Tuesday unanimously voted to support educating the public on the quarter-cent sales tax slated to appear on the May 6 primary ballot.
The DESTINY Traveling Science Learning Program paid a visit to THS this week and introduced students to a wide array of in-demand 21st Century careers that resemble some popular TV shows.
Friday's conference marks the 46th Anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and features the theme “Justice without Violence.”
PACE (People Achieving Community Enhancement) has submitted a request to City Council that rules regarding where people can drink alcohol at PACE Park expand to include the area in front of the amphitheater.
KPS Capital Partners, a private equity firm, in September created Heritage Home Group to oversee the $280 million investment needed to get FBI out of bankruptcy.
More than a dozen locations were involved in the bankruptcy case, including four in Thomasville – the TFI showroom, 405 E. Main St., the Plant N lumberyard, 150 Jennings St, a production innovation center, 205 Taylor St., and a facility at 505-515 County Line Road.
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.
Carter, now the longest tenured pastor in Thomasville, started preaching on some of the city's most notorious streets, with nothing more than a guitar, a microphone and desire to touch as many lives as possible.
When her final day as City Clerk comes and goes on March 31, Moore and husband James will have packed up the car and headed for the Blue Ridge Parkway
Max Walser looks at the May 6 quarter-cent sales tax referendum for construction of a high school in a way that Davidson County folks will understand.
With one life left to save, McCrary and Campbell, meeting for the first time amidst heavy black smoke and intense flames, focused on the unresponsive man living on the first floor.
A key snag to a settlement in the lawsuit filed against the City of Thomasville by Yadkin Riverkeeper Inc. centers more around a fledgling policy rather than infrastructure improvements.
Thomasville police Chief Jeff Insley knows how precarious standoffs can be. A 2012 standoff between Chair City police and a man ended tragically, as officers ultimately shot the suspect on the steps of his Noah's Trail mobile home.
A larceny investigation early Friday morning turned into a standoff with Thomasville police and a suspect who refused to come out of his home.
Scott Styers had so much he wanted to say at the Thomasville City Council meeting, but his emotions would not allow him.