Jenny Hicks will launch a new effort, "Praize Kraze," at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6, at Mt. Zion Wesleyan Church, 222 Mt. Zion Church Road in Thomasville.
Thomasville Historical Preservation Commission seeks the community’s help to identify collected photographs, some dating to the 1950s.
Occupational medicine services at Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center has twice outgrown its facilities since starting about a year ago. Occupational medicine is now offered in the main hospital at 207 Old Lexington Road.
The cause of a Saturday afternoon house fire, which sent one woman to the hospital, is still undetermined, said Battalion Chief Derek Medlin of the Thomasville Fire Department.
A recent district change in downtown Thomasville will make more businesses eligible for a tax incentive.
Thomasville welcomed a new hot spot for frozen yogurt. SweetFrog, 1122 Randolph St., opened on Friday, attracting hundreds of people to Tammy Joyce’s latest Chair City venture.
Thomasville City Council approved an agreement that will put a bus shelter at the busiest stop in town.
Thomasville Police Department's annual Megan Murphy Community Service Award is recognition for an individual dedicated to improving the lives of others.
With 38 entries, Thomasville recrafted its image back into the Chair City with the conclusion of Chair City Art design contest.
Economic incentives approved by City Council and the Davidson County Commissioners for Project BART could exceed $600,000.
Mayor Pro Tem Pat Shelton on Tuesday night presented Thomasville native Wil Myers, the 2013 American League Rookie of the Year, with the Key to the City.
The last of the former Thomasville Furniture Industries plants is closing. According to a letter obtained by the Thomasville Times from Heritage Home Group President Ira Glazer, Thomasville Plant C and Plant C-Area 100 will shut down on March 21. Employees at the two facilities received the letter Tuesday morning.
The SRO will be responsible for Thomasville Primary School and Liberty Drive Elementary School.
Beginning in the spring, all four TCS campuses will welcome the Friendly Dental Van, a Charlotte-based program that offers dental services to children who do not receive routine care.
Sunny skies but cold temperatures welcomed participants in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Peace March held Saturday.
Thomasville Fire Chief Martin Dailey is listed in stable condition and Councilman Scott Styers in critical condition, according to hospital officials on Friday.
A community meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Ballpark Road Recreation Center. Staff will present ideas and are eager to hear what the community thinks as well.
It’s a 1-2-3 defensive punch. Novant Health has declared war on high blood pressure, prediabetes and obesity as part of a multi-year, systemwide community health initiative. And it starts in Thomasville.
Perez Boulware was a standout linebacker on Thomasville's 1991 state championship football team
His ability to make a positive impact on those around him earned Johnson a 2014 MLK Community Service Award from Martin Luther King Social Action Committee.
TCS now has enough AEDs to cover every sporting event at the high school and middle school.
Distinguished civil rights leader, the Rev. Dr. Nelson N. Johnson, will deliver keynote address for MLK National Holiday Observance 2014 at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 20. at Friendship Baptist Church in Thomasville.
A local company may invest $25 million and create up to 50 jobs in Thomasville. Thomasville City Council on Jan. 22 will hold a public hearing regarding an economic incentive grant for Project BART.
As Tony Hyde eloquently spoke about the Citizen of the Year, the room of people at the Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce annual meeting hushed. With all the attributes affirmed, smiles and teary eyes acknowledged the recipient before her name was spoken.