For Liberty Drive Elementary Literacy Instructional Coach April Willard reading isn’t just a fundamental skill, it’s the only skill. And she’s devoted her entire career to it.
The memo Friday afternoon was simple enough.
“The danger of wet streets and skinny bike tires is too great, therefore the DIVINE RIDE IV IS BEING CANCELLED.”
The Thomasville Police Department joined forces with a bevy of local agencies Thursday for a training exercise at Brown Middle School that simulated a school shooting.
As Thomasville City Schools prepare to open for another school year on Aug. 25, Thomasville Police Department is prioritizing children’s safety and urging motorists to keep safety at the forefront of their minds.
The Davidson County Board of Education voted unanimously to approve to hire Greensboro-based Geo-Hydro Engineers to perform preliminary soil borings and subsurface evaluation at the new proposed high school site on Hoy Long Road in the northern part of the county.
A consistent beating of what sounded like a drum could be heard throughout downtown Tuesday evening. The rhythmic, gong-like sound pattern was not a musical instrument, but the sound of children striking a car with a sledgehammer.
Four people were indicted Monday in the July 15 death of Artravis Ned Little at his Thomasville home.
After a fun-filled week of memorable activities, 28 Davidson County middle school students at the 19th annual "STARS" Academy were reminded Friday at Davidson County Community College that their responsibility does not end with the camp.
Pilot’s robotics team is getting an early jump on sharpening their science and math skills before school starts thanks to the four-day camp hosted by the non-profit organization, CyberKids Robotics, which specializes in developing robotics competition teams for schools throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia.
Public school teachers across the state will receive pay raises as a part of a $21 billion budget passed by the Republican-led N.C. House of Representatives on Friday.
"I joined the Thomasville Y because they have Pickle-ball," said Debbie Gordon, one of 12 participants in bi-weekly morning Pickle-ball sessions at the Tom A. Finch Community YMCA.
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Ten-year-old Molly Everhart has a lot going on behind her trendy, blue-framed glasses. From American Girl books to fractions, swim practice to science, Molly’s whirlwind of thoughts combine to form the perfect storm of all things young, vibrant and imaginative. And even though on-going stereotypes rate girls’ math and science abilities lower than boys, this Pilot Elementary School fifth-grader is breaking the mold by following in her mother’s mathematical footsteps.
Kevin Leake never ‘got above his raising’ as they say in the south — thank goodness. This preacher’s son turned passionate educator was brought up knowing the value of hard work, honesty and the unquestionable honor of doing what’s right no matter what.
Top Notch Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning, located at 6006 Ball Park Rd., was destroyed by fire Wednesday afternoon.
A head-on collision in Thomasville killed one woman on Friday morning and injured six more people, including children.
Thomasville's largest annual meet-and-greet commences Tuesday for a 27th time in the square, as National Night Out takes center stage this week.
Brittany Creasey will remember this summer forever. What she will remember most is dancing down the streets in front of the castle of a Magic Kingdom. Hailey Nance will remember meeting Mickey, Minnie, Daisy, Donald, Pluto and Goofy. The best part – it wasn’t a dream.
With a wealth of highly qualified, educational leaders to choose from in and around Davidson County, it’s easy to see why Superintendent Dr. Lory Morrow is thrilled about the newly appointed administrators who were recently announced in a special meeting called by the board on July, 24.
As the Thomasville Police Department attempts to ramp up community engagement, one method emerged from last Tuesday’s community meeting at Emmanuel Baptist Church. TPD Chief Jeff Insley fielded questions from concerned citizens at the meeting, during which the arrest of six suspects involved in a string of violent crimes prompted discussion of race relations in Thomasville. Former Chair City councilwoman Jackie Jackson posed questions regarding the cultural diversity of the police department and how officers deal with those who “do not look like them”.
Eight months after the City of Thomasville received a clean audit report that empowered city council to improve the community's infrastructure, it adopted a capital project Monday night to replace clear well roofs at the water treatment plant on Old Lexington Avenue.
When it comes to battling childhood hunger,Thomasville City School’s Brenda Watford, along with her compassionate staff, continue to wage war against thousands of empty tummies throughout town with a full measure of love, hope and good cooking.
Thomasville Police have arrested a High Point man for a home invasion and assault on a 90-year-old woman earlier this month.
Less than an hour after the capture of a suspect who barricaded himself inside a Thomasville residence for most of Tuesday afternoon, Thomasville Police Chief Jeff Insley conducted a community meeting at Emmanuel Baptist Church to discuss an area spike in violent crime.
Residents lament the appearance of what many describe as “eyesores,” buildings that represent the Chair City's past, rather than its future. At least one institution has the ear of the Thomasville City Council, which entertained the ideas of Myrick Howard, president of Preservation North Carolina, about rebuilding projects throughout the state at last month’s regular meeting.