Deputies with Davidson County Sheriff's Office are investigating a homicide that occurred Sunday morning on Panther Creek Court in Wallburg.
Ashton Tuttle never thought of himself as a leader — until he attended STARS Academy, that is.
For a fifth consecutive year, cyclists throughout the Piedmont will gather at Memorial United Church on Saturday to rally around Tracy Brinkley, who continues to fight poverty in the Chair City.
During her last week at Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, Thomasville High School graduate Mariah Snider, 21, participated in an investigation of a homicide-robbery and attended a post mortem examination.
Everyone who’s heard of Thomasville knows that Everybody’s Day, one of North Carolina’s oldest fall festivals, has a long and storied history. It’s a festival that’s almost as old as the city itself.
A Thomasville man was charged Monday as an accessory in the death of a convenience store owner on West Center Street Extension in Lexington.
A former employee of Baptist Children's Home is facing 13 charges, including alleged sexual offenses against a 17-year-old.
People walking down Main Street in Thomasville stop and take notice of two unusual chairs that have taken their places there.
How much would you pay to see Thomasville Police Chief Jeff Insley or City Manager Kelly Craver in high heels? How about Cary Kanoy, Cory Tobin or Ricky Murphy?
When you have hundreds of brothers and sisters, you want family reunions to last more than a day. Alumni of Mills Home in Thomasville have created a space to house happy memories all year round — the Mitchell House Museum.
Bailey Bowers is about to embark on her college education but she’s already a published author.
City Councilman Raleigh York Jr. will not have to move far when he slides one seat over into the mayor’s chair in November.
Thanks to rising high school junior Blakely Fahning, more than 100 children in Thomasville have learned an important life skill: how to safely navigate the water.
Members of Thomasville Fire Department did their best to extinguish the grief of the family of a young boy who loved fire trucks and Spiderman.
A week ago, friends of City Councilman Joe Leonard began receiving strange emails from him asking for money in support of an unnamed cousin with cancer.
Two Ledford High School rising sophomores died July 16 when the vehicle in which they were riding rear-ended a tractor-trailer on Business 85 South in Lexington.
You may not expect to encounter a kickball game or the sound of hammer and nails in an assisted nursing facility, but that’s exactly what was happening on the campus of Piedmont Crossing, a local 60-acre retirement community.
Thomasville Police Department and the community put to rest one of their own in a memorial service held July 16 at Thomasville Church of God.
Of seven open Thomasville City Council seats, a maximum of five may be held by incumbents after all current members but Jackie Jackson and Raleigh York filed for reelection. York filed to run for mayor.
Long ago, 9 Salem Street was a bank and trust, but it’s been empty for years.
In the front yard of a house in the 500 block of Smith Street, the crying of a woman in anguish may be heard — evidence that Denie Little Green has never recovered from the death of her brother Artravis Ned Little, 31, killed one year ago in the exact spot where she stands.
Davidson County Board of Commissioners Vice Chairman Steve Jarvis was unanimously selected by his fellow commissioners to serve as the voting delegate for the 2015 N.C. Association of County Commissioners annual conference.
Foodies in the Chair City have mere days until the arrival of a holiday that will surely have everyone's mouth watering. July 29 is National Lasagna Day.
Thomasville City School Board of Education changed their lineup for the 2015-2016 school year with a new chair, vice-chair and new board member.
School’s out for summer, but summer camp students and their teachers are engaged in a variety of fun learning activities at Hasty Elementary School.