The N.C. Department of Labor cited a Thomasville trucking company for several violations following an investigation into a workplace fatality in March.
The Thomasville Police Department faces an interesting dilemma when it comes to the enforcement of a 2012 North Carolina Supreme Court ruling banning Internet sweepstakes. Chief Jeff Insley said slight modifications to gaming machine software is making it difficult for police to determine if any violations are occurring.
U.S. Senator Kay Hagan encourages veterans who need help to sign up for online e-benefits or have questions about new or existing claims or appeals to attend an event from 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22.
The Big Give runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 17, at Ledford High School.
Open Door Ministries of High Point, in partnership with West End Ministries, will host the fourth annual Dining Out for Hunger on Tuesday, July 30. The community is encouraged to dine out for breakfast, lunch or dinner in the fight to end hunger. Participating restaurants will donate 10 percent of all sales.
Kaylen Nance had a Shaq Attack when she saw Shaquille O'Neal July 8 at the Archdale Sheetz. At 7'1 he dwarfed Kaylen, 8, but was nice enough to come down to her level for a photo.
Fourth of July festivities are some of the most enjoyable times of the entire year. Cook-outs, beach trips, a day at the lake and usually some fireworks mixed in somewhere bring families together to celebrate the country's birthday.
Keith Lauchon Jackson Jr. took the stand Thursday, dressed in a white collared shirt, a striped tie and slacks, accompanied with shackles and chains, to defend himself in the murder of Joshua Sweitzer, a Thomasville-native working at the Lucky Mart convenience store on East Fairfield Drive, who was shot in the head on Oct. 31, 2007.
Keith Lauchon Jackson was back in court June 11 under heavy guard after trying to escape on the first day of the murder trial of Thomasville native Joshua Sweitzer.
A celebration Wednesday transformed the Chair City’s jewel into Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center. The hospital officially bore the brand of the aubergine-clad Novant Health team for the first time. Kathie Johnson, president of the renamed Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center described what the fresh look means for the community.
Two people face charges following an investigation by the Randolph County Sheriff's Office about counterfeit $20 bills.
Sen. Stan Bingham (R-Davidson County) introduced a bill that would allow high schools to teach the Bible from a historical perspective.
Thomasville Medical Center to become Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center.
According to AAA Carolinas, gas prices in the Triad hover at $3.54, but just a month ago a gallon of regular unleaded was about 15 cents cheaper.
With two straight spelling bee titles and a trip to Washington D.C. already under her belt, Ledford Middle School’s Najet Alkadir returned to Davis-Townsend Elementary School on Friday for a chance to add to an already amazing resume.
A concerned family and the Guilford County Sheriff's Office continue the search for a Jamestown teenager who went missing more than three weeks ago.
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.
A 28-year-old Asheboro man faces 42 counts of second degree exploitation of a minor after the Randolph County Sheriff's Office Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force completed a forensic examination of computer files.
A Thomasville man was charged with robbing a bank in Pleasant Garden Monday, Jan. 14, and authorities were looking for an accomplice.
Known for furniture, textiles, the Big Chair and trains rumbling through town, Thomasville made its mark this week in another realm —politics.
Entering their third year of the former Thomasville Furniture Industries Plant B saga, Chair City officials are tired of playing Thimblerig with property owner Jeff Schwarz and have formulated a course of action that may finally end the issue of the 100-year-old eyesore.
Students collected their books and walked across the lawn to a class in one of four brick buildings. The year was 1963 and a newly-chartered Davidson County Industrial Education Center represented a new and exciting campus with plenteous opportunities for students.
The Archdale Police Department has arrested Jerry Wayne Wimbley, wanted in connection to 13 charges related to church break-ins.
A Trinity man faces charges after Randolph County Sheriff's Office received a report that threatening statements had been posted on a Facebook page.
Entering her second term representing N.C. House District 81, Rep. Rayne Brown is ready for a very busy 2013.