Davidson County Community Action plans to target 60 families to help them get out of poverty in the next three years, said the organization's director Charles Holloway.
Children and adults alike walk into the lobby, survey the tinsel, ornaments, lights and decorations until their eyes no longer reflect the glimmer of the trees, but produce their own.
City and county unemployment rates fell in October as the holiday shopping season opened the door for people looking for work.
Gov. Bev Perdue stopped in the Chair City Thursday to congratulate Thomasville City Schools for being a state trailblazer when it comes to forging technology into the classroom.
Applications for North Carolina’s Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) will be accepted from Dec. 3 through March 29.
Smart Start of Davidson County will hold their eighth annual "Snacks with Santa" from 9:30 to noon Saturday, Dec. 1.
When Deboy Beamon became principal at Thomasville High School four years ago, one of his primary goals centered around the preparation of students for life after graduation.
For the past seven years, Bill Dorrity hand-crafted little wagons for children in a small workshop at his Charleston, S.C., home, thinking of smiling faces as his inspiration for this labor of love.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners failed to pass a motion after a public hearing Nov. 13 to apply for a Community Development Block Grant that could have helped to fund a housing community on Hickory Tree Road. The developer — a Virginia-based company — said it would have been for senior citizens.
The following press releases were issued by the Davidson County Sheriff's Office.
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Relay for Life of Davidson County looks to gain positive momentum in November by following a successful Halloween event with another opportunity for Thomasville residents to pay it forward.
It was an ordinary Wednesday night at Skipper's Seafood on Nov. 16, 2011, but life would change drastically and tragically for the Feredinos family.
Even as a powerful nor’easter bore down on the already-battered Northeast, a band of plucky Southerners bore down, too, racing to set up a relief command center to assist some of the region’s storm-weary residents.
Thomasville Medical Center helds it 10th annual Veteran’s Day Observance Friday morning. Here are photos of the event.
A wreck on U.S. Highway 52 involving a Brinks armored truck is being investigated after $41,000 remains unaccounted for.
Republicans swept three available spots on the Davidson County Board of Commissioners Tuesday evening as newcomer Steve Jarvis and incumbents Fred McClure and Larry Potts ran away with victories.
A Lexington woman faces drug charges after the Davidson County Sheriff's Office Vice/Narcotics Unit completed an investigation at 164 Meadow Lane.
Davidson County Sheriff's Office arrested two Asheboro women last week in connection to a string of larcenies at Dollar General stores.
A building in Thomasville's historic downtown district now exhibits an enormous mural, part of a joint project by Duke University and Davidson County Community College.
Thomasville City Schools ' child nutrition department had a banner day at an awards ceremony in Raleigh last week.
SOUTHMONT — When Deborah Sanders Clewis first spoke with the Thomasville Times in 2003, she was taking care of three family members in a small house on Fisher Ferry Street, washing a half dozen loads of laundry a day, changing diapers and driving back and forth to the hospital.