The 2nd Annual All-America City Spring Triathlon today will mean many things to many people. Organizers are expecting more than 70 athletes to compete in the Triathlon that will include a 250-yard swim, a 13-mile bike ride and a 5K run.
Even as new allegations were leveled against retired Ledford Middle School teacher Thomas Cridlebaugh in court Tuesday, his $5 million bond was reduced to $2.5 million following a request from his lawyer.
A familiar face again assumed a seat on the city council Monday, as Jackie Jackson returned to replace Joel Pierce, who is on a U.S. National Guard peacekeeping mission in Kosovo.
Want to sell your home? According to Thomasville home marketer and author Mary Steele Allen, there are some things you should do before you contact a realtor and plant a “For Sale” sign in your yard.
During their monthly meeting held last Tuesday evening, TCS board members listened as therapist Sara Kramer, LCSW, MSW, gave an update on the number of students enrolled throughout the district who are dealing with mental health challenges on a daily basis.
Thomasville City Schools' wellness coordinator Mary Jane Akerman admits she felt like it was a very long road leading up to last Thursday’s N.C. Safe Routes to School Community Forum and Seminar.
A fixture of the Wallburg community is the subject of a criminal investigation after a startling announcement of criminal charges were announced last Thursday.
A retired Davidson County School teacher is accused of sexually abusing a middle school boy in the early 1980s and now faces charges for crimes allegedly committed at Ledford Middle School.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved an incentive package for an economic development project during a public hearing Tuesday that will result in a $13 million investment and the retention of 170 jobs.
Culinary arts teacher Christi Carpenter says she reminds her students on a daily basis that people “eat with their eyes.”
A Chair City business was bestowed with an unfortunate distinction this month as the Better Business Bureau of Central N.C. released its “Dirty Dozen” list for the first time in April.
A local man was charged by Davidson County Sheriff’s Office April 10 with solicitation to commit murder after he allegedly paid a man in an attempt to have another person killed.
The unemployment rate decreased 0.1 of a percentage point in Davidson County during the month of February.
Members of local law enforcement agencies came together last Thursday at the Davidson County Community College Rittling Conference Center to learn more about providing support and advocacy for victims of domestic violence.
Larry Darr is a perfect fit for Darr’s Bootery. And that’s exactly what he wants for his customers — comfortable shoes and a flawless fit in a variety of styles and colors.
Six is the magic number. According to City Councilman Scott Styers, his vision for the downtown area includes six pillars of the business community – three of which have already set up shop.
Josh Mitchell of Thomasville designs and sews special occasion clothing but he’s never made a tuxedo.
When Sam Booker, director of Prominence Funeral Home, heard the Watkins family wanted to bring back a unique Southern tradition, he was determined to deliver a tasteful service.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners scheduled a public hearing for Tuesday to discuss an economic development project that could expand the county's growing tax base.
Steve Koontz doesn’t have to check the calendar or watch the weather report to know that springtime has officially ‘sprung’ in the Thomasville area.
The Davidson County Republican Party will continue its period of transition with the announcement of Clark Brown as its new chairman.
Just because Emilia Gonzalo's grandson couldn’t make it to Davidson County Community College’s "So You Want to Attend College..." panel discussion held last Tuesday night at the Mary E. Rittling Conference Center didn’t mean she was going to miss it.
A bill in the N.C. General Assembly that could provide High Point the power to involuntarily annex unincorporated areas in Guilford and surrounding counties is generating plenty of conversation between members of the Davidson County Board of Commissioners.
With the long, cold winter over, Brooke Ryals of Thomasville took a whole day to straighten out her closets.
There are lots of reasons people attended the Egg Drop recently held at Ledford High School, 140 Jesse Greene Road, Thomasville — 55,000 eggs, free food, animal rides and a petting zoo.
Five rezoning requests were unanimously approved by the Thomasville City Council during a special session.