Good news just kept pouring in during Wednesday's first report meeting of the United Way of Davidson County at Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center.
North Carolina high school students for years have taken the Standard Aptitude Test (SAT) to qualify for college. A change in the state's education model could make the SAT a thing of the past.
After assisting High Point for each of the last several years, the missions committee at Memorial United Methodist Church is hosting the return of The CROP Walk to Thomasville this Sunday for the first time in over a decade.
Soon the issue of what to do with those dead batteries around the house or at the office will be put to rest in Thomasville.
A pair of streets will not be accepted byThomasville following a split vote at Monday night's council meeting.
Moments after finding their seats at Piedmont Crossing Retirement Community, those in attendance at Tuesday’s “Meet the Candidates” forum found a list of recommended questions to ask the 14 candidates running for Thomasville’s mayor and city council seats.
Thomasville has blessed me beyond measure. I have been overwhelmed and surrounded with love in various forms: phone calls, cards, thoughts, visits, donations and prayers.
Less than a month after co-hosting a prayer breakfast that lifted the spirits of city and county leaders, the Tom A. Finch YMCA unveiled the schedule for a Spiritual Enrichment Series that will feature a number of local speakers to reinvigorate the community.
Thomasville Police Department is using a new data-driven approach to help reduce traffic crashes and crime across the Chair City.
Weather permitting, crews with the N.C. Department of Transportation will begin paving operations tonight on Interstate 85 between N.C. 109 in Davidson County and the Randolph County line. The work will take place from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. each weeknight. The work should be completed by Saturday, Sept. 28.
Dwayne Burchett knows chili. Made from scratch with no formal recipe, Burchett's chili is gaining Chair City fame with each passing year.
On a day remembered for those who made the ultimate sacrifice, Thomasville Primary School honored the ones who continue to serve their community.
The N.C. Department of Labor cited a Thomasville trucking company for several violations following an investigation into a workplace fatality in March.
Cooperation between local agencies is chief among reasons for a $5 million increase in visitor spending in Davidson County, according to Mark Scott and Robin Bivens.
City Council approved a grant application this month that will give Thomasville police officers additional resources to fight Internet crimes against children.
Wiping the sweat from his brow on a hot, muggy summer afternoon, Sgt. Les Ashby picked up a box of food as another car pulled up in front of the Salvation Army Thrift Shop. He waited for a trunk to pop open, placed the box inside and exchanged pleasantries with a family who now had one less meal to worry about thanks to the Salvation Army of Davidson County.
Wednesday will mark the 50th anniversary of what is known to many as the most significant event in the American Civil Rights Movement.
Project Hem and Project Z13. with a combined investment of $4.5 million and 41 jobs, were identifed as Mill-Chem Manufacturing and SV Plastics LLC, respectively.
A long-awaited Party in the Park, part of Thomasville Rotary Club's "Children at Play" initiative, is set to be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24, at Memorial Park at 20 Stadium Drive.
Thomasville City Council upheld a decision by the Planning and Zoning Board on Monday night to deny a rezoning request that could have brought a Internet cafe to a residential neighborhood.
Working together has led to an improved perception of Davidson County, concluded panelists at the Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce’s State of the City and County luncheon held Aug. 15 at Colonial Country Club.
Maren Ingram has found some creative ways to spend her birthday, despite having only nine of them.
As Chair City students get ready for a new and quickly approaching school year, a local nonprofit is desperately trying to make sure they have everything they need to be successful.
On Thursday, Thomasville Police Department officers will be present at Ruby Tuesday to benefit the city’s Crime Stoppers program.
Fighting cancer takes a serious toll on the body. From the chemotherapy to overall lack of energy, a battle with cancer can leave a person physically and mentally drained.