Sarah Hudson downloaded books on her smartphone to read in the airport when she was traveling. The option was convenient and the cost — zero.
Robbie Binkley is a firemen’s fireman.
Having started his career as a 16-year-old volunteer, Thomasville Fire Department’s C-shift battalion chief has been where most of his men are.
A 44-year-old man died on Christmas Day after a single-vehicle accident on Lake Road in Thomasville.
While the holidays fill with anticipation, we bake, write cards, decorate the tree, attend church and school programs.
Partnerships are the backbone to any community. When Davidson County Community College approached Liberty Drive Elementary School about doing something for underprivileged children at Christmas, a remarkable partnership was born.
“Justice without violence, reconciliation without humiliation and redemption without destruction,” is the theme of the 2014 Martin Luther King Jr. National Holiday celebration in Thomasville, said members of the Martin Luther King Social Action Committee.
The City of Thomasville on Dec. 23 reported a wastewater spill due to heavy rain.
Thomasville detectives continue investigating an armed robbery that took place at the La Acapulquena on Dec. 13. This follows on the heel of two other robberies, both on Dec. 10.
TPD on Dec. 16 presented Gladden with a Life-Saving Award during the Thomasville City Council meeting in recognition of his quick thinking and disregard for his own personal safety to help a neighbor in distress.
Council on Dec. 16 voted 4-2 against the annexation request, which was made by the church to increase response times for police and fire services. Rich Fork Baptist Church currently receives its sewer services from the city and annexation would drastically reduce what it has to pay.
The United Way of Davidson County received a total of more than $40,000 during the annual Unilin Flooring holiday luncheon Dec. 17.
Bingham, 49, came to TPD in 2008 after spending a nearly a decade in law enforcement, working at Kernersville Police Department and with the U.S. Marshals Service.
Scott Van Newkirk's fifth grade class in September embarked on a recycling project to raise money for the purchase of a Kindle Fire for each student. Van Newkirk felt the Kindles would provide students with an invaluable tool that could transform his class into a 21st Century learning environment.
Wolfe received the award on Dec. 7 during the department's annual Christmas party at the Thomasville Police Academy. The recognition as Thomasville's best police officer in 2013 caps a year that featured a defining moment in Wolfe's young career.
Renowned speaker, author and TV personality Edie Hand will return to Thomasville in 2014.
Members from the Thomasville Historic Preservation Commission will host a Christmas walk in historic uptown Thomasville from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21.
Thomasville Head Start on Wednesday welcomed a special visitor.
Thomasville City Council on Monday night will consider a cost-sharing agreement with Sheetz Inc. regarding a new location at the corner of Liberty Drive and N.C. Highway 109.
Detectives investigating possible connection between two armed robberies on Tuesday
One holiday tradition that also has leaders from both The Salvation Army and Walmart excited is the second annual Fill the Truck Toy Drive. The purpose of this joint project is to bring hundreds of thousands of toys to children in the Triad and across the country.
Two men last seen Tuesday fleeing on foot on Cox Avenue
Two men last seen fleeing south on foot on Cox Avenue
THS guidelines currently require students to maintain at least a 2.0 GPA and 85 percent attendance to participate in athletics.
A group of Thomasville High School students made sure hundreds of Chair City children will spend the holiday season reading a new book.