In the wake of Monday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon, local law enforcement will have a heightened sense of security at large events scheduled to take place in the area.
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.
Thomasville City Council approved a resolution Monday night urging the General Assembly to amend a pair of recently proposed bills that could have a negative impact on local revenues.
A familiar face in the Chair City is moving across town, as Justin Finch was hired as a director of the Thomasville Central Recreation Center.
Thomasville City Schools Board of Education received a grey budget forecast for the upcoming year that featured a lot of red.
Thomasville Rotary Club honored three of its members who refused to give up on a playground project for Chair City children.
Chief Jeff Insley will ask City Council to consider a position reclassification at Monday's monthly meeting that will allow him to add a part-time animal control officer to the department. Insley wants to reclassify one of three captain positions to a lieutenant in a move that will free up money for the part-time animal control officer.
Thomasville City Schools are set to initiate kindergarten screening for the 2013-2014 school year. The screenings will take place from April 30 to May 3 at Thomasville Primary School.
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 Thomasville man who shot his daughter's boyfriend during an assault was sentenced to jail time for a lesser charge related to the Jan. 19 shooting.
Thomasville High School senior Damion Swittenberg said many of his classmates feel invincible when it comes to pregnancy.
While the custom seems mundane to most citizens who find themselves waiting patiently at railroad crossings, the need to practice safety remains as important as ever. In the past year, two Chair City men have died on local railroad tracks, and the number of train-related fatalities across the country is on the rise.
A community partnership is bringing local police officers into Chair City classrooms to help educate students on issues such as gangs and social media.
When Tracy Brinkley invited me to participate in the second installment of the Empty Bowls Project at Memorial United Methodist Church, I didn't hesitate.
A candlelight vigil held Friday for Thomasville High School junior Paul Taylor was wrought with emotion as friends and family grieved the tragic death.
Can you almost taste them? Homegrown tomatoes big enough to cover a slice a bread. Yumm.
Some 19,622 doses of unused or out-of-date medicines were collected in a combined effort March 26 at Thomasville Fire Department.
Wrestling fans packed Thomasville High School's legendary steamy gymnasium Saturday night for an event aimed at improving the lives of local children.
A Thomasville High School student has been identified as the person who was hit and killed by a train Tuesday night on Main Street.
A unidentified person was hit and killed by a train on Main Street Tuesday night. The fatality occurred on the railroad tracks separating East and West Main streets in front of the Thomasville Furniture Industries showroom.
Thomasville Police Department arrested a teenager in connection to a rash of break-ins on Albertson Road and Fisher Ferry Street.
Minnie Bradley turns 102 Wednesday (March 27), and even though she may not have the eyes of a hawk or the ears of a deer, she still can sing like a bird.
For each of the last three years, the first week of May brought the ECHO Chainsaw Sculpting Invitational to the Chair City in conjunction with Spring Daze. This year, Spring Daze will take center stage on E. Main Street, where it will once again be the primary attraction May 4.
Two photographers — East Davidson graduates Cheryl Dobbins and Eric Hege — have honored U.S. veterans by donating some of their favorite military-themed images to the Freedom Museum in Manassas, Va.
Eat spaghetti, adopt a pet, watch some wrestling and more fun options for weekend fun.