For Sue Rogers, founder and president of the non-profit Ruff Love Rescue (RLR), home is where the dog is. For nearly 15 years, she and her tireless staff of devoted volunteers have been on an unwavering quest to save and re-home countless numbers of dogs that have been abandoned, neglected and abused.
A month after all but one county in the state saw unemployment rates decrease across the board, 92 of those same 100 counties – including Davidson – endured increases in May, according to data released by the North Carolina Department of Commerce.
According to the White House, more than 6 million people nationwide have signed up for health insurance as a result of the Affordable Care Act. In Davidson County, staff members of the Department of Social Services are working feverishly through the summer months to ensure that number rises.
At The Workshop of Davidson, Inc., Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” song isn’t playing but it might as well be. There’s not a frown in the whole place.
An Asheboro man was arrested Sunday, July 6, in connection with a home invasion on Columbus Lane in Thomasville.
On an otherwise ordinary summer afternoon, eight architects and engineers met to design and build a bridge. Thomasville Public Library Teen Coordinator Robin Buchanan planned the physics challenge as part of a program of fun and engaging summer activities for teens. The July 1 contest was one of a full schedule of teen activities planned throughout the summer.
Thomasville Police assisted in the apprehension of a suspect last Sunday morning wanted by the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office in connection with an armed robbery at a convenience store in Lexington.
Brian Feezor is familiar with the procedures involved in declaring one’s candidacy for election to the Davidson County Board of Education. His experience has Feezor hoping the second time’s the charm for his hopes to join the board.
Firefighters face some of the most dangerously hot conditions all year long. In the summer, those conditions are magnified with the increase in temperatures. For firemen with the Thomasville Fire Department, however, summer just got a little cooler.
Four locals represented Thomasville and the surrounding area in the 2014 Miss North Carolina Pageant from June 19-21 at the Memorial Auditorium in Raleigh.
“Proud, but not arrogant.” The phrase conceptualized what staff from Davidson County Schools and the Davidson County Education Foundation sought to instill in the participants of the 22nd Bernard H. Leadership Academy on the campus of Davidson County Community College.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a bid contract with Barnhill Contracting Co. to move forward with the construction of a new Davidson County Sheriff’s Office during their regular June 24 meeting.
The High Point-Thomasville HiToms will hold a fireworks extravaganza after their game against the Forest City Owls at Finch Field on July 4.
Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center unveiled its newest fundraiser to educate the community on the prevention and control of diabetes at Finch Field on Tuesday during the High Point-Thomasville HiToms’ game against Team USA.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved three economic incentive grants during the public hearing segment of its regular meeting Tuesday.
An investigation continues in the June 20 death of a man from Silver Valley, according to the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office.
On June 26, at approximately 7:30 p.m., detectives, along with officers from High Point Police Department, were able to arrest James Arvil Shoun Jr., 41, of Lake Drive, Archdale and Kevin Douglas Cranford, 45, of Johnsontown Road, Thomasville without incident.
For the 44th year, the Southeast Old Threshers’ Reunion returns July 1-5 to the 170-acre park in southern Davidson County owned by Brown Loflin and the Loflin family.
Kevin Douglas Cranford, 45, of Johnsontown Road, Thomasville and James Arvil Shoun Jr., 41, of Lake Drive, Archdale, are wanted for felonious breaking and entering and felonious larceny.
Amateur radio operators from the Tri-County Radio Club will participate in an American Radio Relay League field day June 28 at the Thomasville Police gun range on 1285 Jacob St. Ext.
In recognition of National HIV Testing Day June 27, officials from the Davidson County Health Department urge men, women and young people to get tested for HIV. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that all Americans ages 13-64 receive routine HIV testing, not just those considered high risk.
If Kellie Sharpe did not know how much she was appreciated as a valued member of the staff at Thomasville Primary School, she does following a distinctive recognition from the school system.
One year after 31 individuals traveled from Thomasville to Denver, Colo. the week their hometown became an All-America city, those same individuals returned Friday to the hub of excitement – otherwise known as the Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce – where their mission began.
A Thomasville man was arrested and authorities seized five pounds of marijuana Tuesday in the bust of an indoor grow lab.
N.C. Sen. Stan Bingham, R-Davidson, is bullish in his economic outlook for Davidson County.