Approximately one out of every four teachers in Thomasville can expect a raise following Gov. Pat McCrory's announcement regarding educator salaries.
Child sexual abuse is a problem that impacts communities across the country. Thomasville City Schools is determined to fight back.
Induction ceremony to take place May 9
Veterans from across America on Sunday descended on federal and state moments to express their formal opposition to the federal government's handling of military and veteran affairs during this partial federal government shutdown.
They did it! A collaborative effort in Thomasville earned the Chair City the title of All-American City. The award was announced Sunday night.
The initiative shown by Thomasville residents and businesses to enhance its community is receiving recognition. Thomasville is a finalist for the "All-America City Award."
A HPU Poll, released Feb. 6, finds that a large portion of North Carolinians say that public schools in the state are less safe than they were 10 years ago, while even more would prefer for all schools to have armed guards.
Sen. Stan Bingham (R-Davidson County) introduced a bill last week that would allow school systems to add another layer of security to a campus.
Thomasville-based Old Dominion was named the best national freight carrier for a third consecutive year.
Thomasville Medical Center is taking steps to ensure the nationwide flu outbreak doesn't spread to patients, visitors and staff.
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.
Entering her second term representing N.C. House District 81, Rep. Rayne Brown is ready for a very busy 2013.
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.