"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.
In Saturday's edition, the Times will feature Matthew Lewis, a Pulitizer Prize winning photographer, who has compiled "A Veteran's Keepsake Calendar." As part of its debut, he challenged Thomasville High School and Bulldog Academy students to write a letter to a solider. This one is particuarlly touching.
Mayor Joe Bennett will begin his 11th year as mayor of Thomasville after winning 63 percent of votes in Tuesday’s election.
The celebration of military personnel in Thomasville will begin with a Veterans Day observance at 11:11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11, in the lobby of Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center.
A few phone calls and a face-to-face visit with Diane Ramirez and her friend Janet Mabe revealed an incredible journey the two women have faced together. They are two of only 30,000 in America who suffer from the extremely rare disease known as pulmonary hypertension.
Byas, 33, remains at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center nearly a month after her husband, Portugal, doused her with gasoline and set her on fire. Doctors describe her injuries as a thousand times more painful than the worst sunburn.
A crowd of city and county officials gathered Tuesday for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new PrimeCare Express medical facility opened by Novant Health in front of the Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center this week.
As rehearsals make their way from Memorial United Methodist Church to the Finch Auditorium, a cast of more than 75 people are set to begin what they call Finch Week.
A Davidson County Grand Jury indicted a Thomasville man accused of dousing his wife with gasoline and setting her on fire.
Passing a stopped school bus is one of the most severe infractions a motorist can commit.
Those laws are about to get even stricter.
Lattimore suspended from coaching
Wright Global Graphics Solutions, a Thomasville-based company, announced a $1.5 million investment in an eight-color Mark Andy P5 print station.
Participation in two Thomasville Christmas traditions — the Christmas parade and the Craft Fair — is an application away.
Black smoke interrupted an otherwise normal Saturday afternoon of watching college football at Jonathan Gladden's home.
Treats, a coloring contest, Officer McGruff and more even treats will welcome children to the Harvest Festival from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, at Thomasville Recreation Center.
Thomasville Fire Department is restructuring its administration division. City Council at its Oct. 21 meeting unanimously approved a reorganization request from Thomasville Fire Chief Martin Dailey that eliminates the department's assistant chief position and creates three division heads. The new division chiefs will oversee fire and life safety, code and training.
Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center will host an educational session on the Health Insurance Marketplace — also known as the Health Insurance Exchange — on Wednesday, Oct. 30.
SV Plastics LLC, an Ohio-based injections molding company, plans to open a facility at 25 High Tech Boulevard.
Novant Health has launched a convenient solution for new patients to schedule an appointment with the click of a button.
According to recent statistics, the teen pregnancy rate across North Carolina is down 10 percent from the past year. In Davidson County, teen pregnancy has dropped 25 percent in the last four years.
Tales of slain police chiefs, unsolved murder mysteries and Civil War ghost tales will bring a crowd to Main Street in Thomasville at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, for "Nightmare on Main Street."
Thomasville voters face a full ballot as the mayor and all seven city council positions are up for election.
Perhaps a funeral home is not the first location you would expect to find a host of children on a Saturday.
That sort of thing changes when you get a group of organizations together in downtown Thomasville with bags of candy, balloon animals and a message to ensure the safety of the children they are entertaining.