Thanksgiving and Christmas usually represent the most generous season of the year. Concern is mounting, however, that food pantries in Davidson County have become forgotten amidst the holiday bustle.
Most know Judy Younts as the executive director of Communities in Schools of Thomasville. On Thursday night, she was the hostess who reintroduced one of Major League Baseball’s brightest young stars to his hometown admirers.
Walking through the lobby of Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center in preparation for Christmas Trees of Davidson County, Susan Reece aimed to help decorate a tree to honor one of Thomasville's popular matrons.
Nicholas Thornton plays the piano and often wakes up in the morning singing a song.
He wants to be a chemist when he grows up and dreams of one day meeting Paul McCartney.
Nicholas, 11, has spent much of 2013 fighting for his life.
Senate Bill 402, passed by the General Assembly this summer, eliminates teacher tenure by 2018
The lobby at Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center will once again be transformed by the illumination of 60 Christmas trees. Hundreds will gather for the annual lighting of the Christmas Trees of Davidson County at 6:30 p.m. today (Dec. 3).
More than 300 children in need of clothing for Christmas were referred to Fairgrove Family Resource Center through its Gifts from the Heart program. More than 100 remain unadopted.
According to statistics, nearly 47,000 fires occur during winter holidays, leading to more than 500 deaths, 2,200 injuries and $554 million in property damage every year. One of every 22 fires started by Christmas trees results in a death.
For those who enjoyed his show last year, Stephen Freeman's return to Thomasville for the "Christmas with Elvis" series is about enjoying their favorite tribute artist pay homage to a fallen icon.
Total income in the city's general fund increased as sales tax revenue and property tax valuation during the last budget cycle went up
A winter wonderland is coming to downtown Thomasville this holiday season.
Thousands of people on Saturday afternoon lined Main Street for the annual Thomasville Christmas Parade.
Cindy Farmer of the FOX8 Morning News will serve as the grand marshal of the 2013 Thomasville Christmas Parade. The parade will be held 3 p.m. today in downtown Thomasville.
Paul Douglas Tharp, 53, of Greensboro, was arrested in Winston-Salem on a five-count criminal indictment charing him with providing false information to the FAA regarding his qualifications as a mechanic and a pilot, and for flying an airplane without the proper license.
Brad Burleyson has firefighting in his blood.
Legends Family Restaurant, 807 Julian Ave., teamed up with Second Harvest Food Bank to collect nonperishable items as the holiday season approaches.
At a time when scores were down throughout the state, all four Thomasville City Schools exceeded expected growth, according to the North Carolina Board of Education's first READY accountability report released Nov. 7. However, the scores were below the state average.
Principals tend to get a little nervous when the new superintendent gives them a call at home.
The Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce was recognized last week with the 2013 Outstanding Video Award from the Chambers of Commerce in the Carolinas.
Thomasville City Schools is running out of time and money. An audit received by the Board of Education Tuesday night confirmed what many feared would happen if the economic situation didn't improve — TCS is nearly out of money.
More than 300 people attended the annual Craft Fair held by Thomasville Parks and Recreation last Saturday.
During Rep. Howard Coble’s press conference last Thursday, when he announced he would not be seeking a 16th term next year, only one person shared the stage with him.
Brandon Callahan, a fifth grader at Liberty Drive Elementary, needed no one to introduce him as a Callahan on Wednesday. He, along with a handful of city officials, as well as his mother Carolyn Callahan, gathered Wednesday to celebrate the dedication of their new house built by Thomasville Habitat for Humanity at 9 Jasper St.
"Ooh rah." The words came out of Jack Horsefield's mouth instinctively and on cue as The Rev. Stephen Vipperman spoke of sacrifice and honor during Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center's Veterans Day observance.
When Matthew Lewis retired from the Washington Post after a 25-year career, the Pulitzer Prize winner came to Thomasville and started taking pictures of the Chair City.