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.
Doctors, nurses and chaplains concede what they believe to be imminent: the death of a fighter.
Thomasville's biggest meet-and-greet of the year is right around the corner, literally. National Night Out returns to the Chair City for the 26th time from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 6, in the square in Thomasville.
The Chair City is fortunate to have individuals who are making lasting impacts to the community even after their time on earth is done.
Imagine, for a second, not being able to remember. To wake up one day and not recognize family, friends and loved ones. A job of more than two decades is no more than a building where caring strangers explain a fulfilling life shrouded in the vastness of an empty mind.
Memorial United Methodist Church will once again organize The Divine Ride, set for Aug. 10. Proceeds benefit homesless children in Thomasville.
Thomasville Police Department is asking for help identifying several suspects who attacked an elderly woman with pepper spray.
The Thomasville Police Department seeks the community's help to identify several suspects who attacked an elderly woman with pepper spray.
The Thomasille City Schools Board of Education on Monday night introduced Dr. Maria Pitre-Martin as the school system’s new superintendent.
After more than a decade, Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center Foundation is moving forward with a new executive director.
Susan Reece has spent the last few months getting acquainted to the position previously held by Linda Hunt, who served the Foundation for more than 10 years. Hunt began briefing Reece for her current position in April and retains an integral role with the Foundation on a part-time basis as a liaison and program coordinator of SeniorLink, but leaves the director's responsibilities in Reece's capable hands.
Thomasville Police Department is investigating a series of tire slashings on Salem Street. According to Capt. Mark Kattner, four vehicles in two parking lots on Salem Street had their tires slashed sometime late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning. Four vehicles in a parking lot at 109 Salem St. had a slashed tire and another in an adjacent lot at 111 Salem St. suffered two damaged tires.
A small airplane skidded into some trees Wednesday, July 24, while trying to take off at Hiatt Airport in Thomasville.
The City of Thomasville is redefining its sewer maintenance agreement with Trinity.
Thomasville Police Department on July 23 charged a Chair City man with possession of child pornography. His bond was set at $2 milliion secured.
Thomasville Police Department welcomed three new officers to its family. Officers Walkiria Quiroz, Matthew Watkins and Lewis Lomba officially joined the force during a swearing-in ceremony on July 16. Mayor Joe Bennett presided over the ceremony as all three newcomers read their oath of office with one hand on the Bible.
The Rev. Dr. George B. Jackson has found solace in the power of written word for over a decade.
Thomasville Mayor Joe Bennett will have two familiar challengers for his sixth run for office, and the field for council will be crowded, but it will not include incumbent Jackie Jackson.
Thomasville Police Department recognized four of its heroes who helped save the lives of citizens in need.
Thomasville City Schools Board of Education elected two of its veterans to serve as chairperson and vice chairperson for the upcoming year.
City Council approved a pair of economic incentives Monday night that could bring more than more 40 jobs to Thomasville.
Thomasville Police Department charged two Chair City residents with trafficking heroin at a home on King Street.