A Greyhound bus carrying 48 passengers struck a metal angle iron in the roadway on Interstate 85 Tuesday night, causing it to blow a tire and crash into several trees.
Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme — herbs such as these are healthy options to enhance the flavor in foods without the addition of salt, which carries health risks. Today is National More Herbs, Less Salt day.
Davidson County Commissioners signed off on an agreement Tuesday with Reese Crushing, Inc. to continue progress on the Interstate 85 Corporate Park project.
The Senior Country Store in Welcome offers more than crafts and handmade treasures. It provides an opportunity for Davidson County senior citizens to supplement their incomes and show off their talents.
Crooners, divas and nightingales vied for the title of 2015 Senior Idol with a variety show held Aug. 20 at Thomasville Senior Center.
An emotional Mayor Joe Bennett addressed the crowd assembled at Colonial Country Club on Thursday for his final State of the City and County address.
A congresswoman returned to the Triad this week to tour several landmark sites.
Teachers in Thomasville area schools spent days setting up their classrooms to welcome back students, but some have a few more specialty items they’d like to have.
On Monday, Thomasville City Schools will welcome returning students, a fresh crop of kindergarten students and other new recruits — first-year teachers.
On Tuesday, Aug. 18, at 5:17 p.m. Thomasville Police received a report of an armed robbery at Woodforest National Bank inside Walmart on Liberty Drive.
Startling reports of abuse and neglect gave way to a vote by Davidson County Board of Commissioners this week to remove United Animal Coalition as operator of the Davidson County Animal Shelter.
The children of a slain Wallburg man will ultimately return to Ireland following a ruling by Davidson County Clerk of Superior Court Brian Shipwash on Monday.
Devin Powers is a man on a mission. His goal: high school graduation.
Malik Bandy, 5, was a little apprehensive about going to school for the first time.
An ongoing custody battle for the two children of Jason Corbett, a man killed Aug. 2 in his Wallburg home, will continue this week.
Students, staff, teachers and administrators are excited about the 2015-2016 school year. Thomasville High School Principal Randy Duncan can’t wait for the first day of school Aug. 24.
After more than 20 years of service in Davidson County, Commissioner Larry Potts, the longest-tenured member of Davidson County Board of Commissioners, said Tuesday he intends to run for the 81st House seat of retiring Rep. Rayne Brown, R-Davidson.
Davidson County Animal Shelter is again the focus of controversy, this time for an investigation stemming from alleged incidents of animal cruelty and abuse.
This week Allison Douglas, 25, of Thomasville began preparations to compete in the Special Olympics of North Carolina Equestrian Tournament set for Oct. 9-11 in Raleigh.
Just a few days prior to the start of the 2015-2016 school term, Davidson County Board of Education filled administrative slots, established new policies and clarified others at their Aug. 3 meeting held in the Administrative Offices building.
Officers with Thomasville Police Department are investigating a carjacking that occurred in the parking lot of a motel late last month.
Ever since Chelsey Cosper was a teenager she envisioned the perfect place for children to grow, develop and learn. Wallburg Academy opened in June.
Members of the Thomasville community were stunned last week as they learned of the death of 14-year-old Allison Brown.
At their Aug. 4 meeting, Thomasville City Schools’ Board of Education approved a new policy which will disallow student participation in athletic and extracurricular activities upon charge of a crime.
Odessa Kanoy says she can remember when she received her diploma from Pilot School following her 12th-grade year.
When he arrived at Davidson Early College High School, Valentino Martinez didn’t know exactly what to expect.