The Davidson County Health Department reports the third case of rabies for the year. On March 13, a rabid skunk was found in the Denton community. The skunk attacked a dog and was killed by the dog.
When I sat down Tuesday inside the multi-purpose room at Brier Creek Elementary School, the notion crossed my mind that I was once in their shoes.
he United Way of Davidson County at its March 12 annual meeting and awards banquet recognized hundreds of volunteers and business partners who were active in the year’s campaign.
Hundreds of jobs could soon provide Thomasville an economic boon if an unidentified manufacturing and logistics company agrees to bring its business to Thomasville.
After responding to a breaking and entering in progress in the Linwood area, officers with the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office apprehended three suspects after a pursuit on Interstate 85. Three people face charges in connection to the break-in.
For parents of preschool children in the Triad, August can mark the beginning of an anxious season.
Davidson County Schools hope to alleviate some of the pressure that comes with sending children off to kindergarten through its registration and orientation process. Registration is now open for children who will turn 5 years old on or before Aug. 31.
As part of a continuing project to build a new sheriff's office, the Davidson County Board of Commissioners will hire a consultant to help facilitate construction.
The Davidson County Health Department reports the second case of rabies for the year.
Davidson County Sheriff’s Office Civil Division, which handles jury summons, has been made aware of a scam, said Sheriff David Grice.
The Davidson County Sheriff's Office allege that a Lexington man was using Facebook to solicit juvenile girls.
DOT will close W. Lexington Avenue in Davidson County Thursday and post a detour.
Mark Snyder has lived through the trials that come with cancer, and now advocates for those with whom he shares the struggle of recovery. A survivor of the disease himself, Snyder is once again
According to Sheriff David Grice, deputies arrested Thomas Eugene Strange, 37, of 1852 Friedberg Church Road in Winston-Salem, Wednesday night after receiving a tip regarding his whereabouts.
The Davidson County Sheriff's Office believes that Thomas Eugene Strange, wanted in coinnection to the $41,000 theft at the Brinks truck wreck, may still be in the general area.
TFI, a company that has spent more than 100 years in the Chair City, listed its former headquarters with Cassidy Turley Commercial Real Estate Services in Charlotte for $2.25 million. Built in 1958, the 225,000-square-foot facility sits on 7.24 acres and once was home to hundreds of jobs.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to approve a resolution Tuesday in support of the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Youth was celebrated Jan. 31 at Memorial United Methodist Church in Thomasville as a part of the 41st annual Tom A. Finch YMCA awards dinner.
With two storms hitting the Chair City in consecutive weeks, 2013 is reminding Thomasville officials that North Carolina winters still pack a little punch.
The Senior Dynamics program at the Davidson County Department of Senior Services — in cooperation with the Davidson County Tax Coalition — offers free tax advice and tax form preparation for older, low-income Davidson County residents.
As February approaches, Thomasville Medical Center is ramping up its efforts to raise awareness for heart disease, as the month of Valentines is also American Heart Month.
Kenneth Gallimore presented a cornhole set he constructed to Special Olympics Davidson County at a meeting of the Silver Valley Civitan Club on Jan. 14. Accepting the gift was Mary Ann Brown, local coordinator of Special Olympics.
Thomasville City Schools experienced a slight decrease in its dropout rate last year. According to statistics released from the Department of Public Instruction, 40 TCS students dropped out of school in 2011-12, marking the first decline in the system's dropout rate in three years.
Now that a plan is in place for the former Thomasville Furniture Industries Plant B facility, City Council members hope the eyesore will soon become a thing of the past.