Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™ for its chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) program by demonstrating compliance with Commission’s national standards for healthcare quality and safety in disease-specific care.
Tens of thousands who live surrounding communities are without this morning after the worst ice storm in the area in the past 12 years.
Suspect found near victim's apartment
Thomasville Police Department's animal control officers are faced with a difficult decision when responding to a report of cruelty and neglect.
A Cox Avenue residence where a Thomasville man died in a Feb. 27 fire was never inspected as a boarding house.
Staff members at Davidson County Division of Social Services worked their keisters off to meet a Feb. 10 deadline to clear longstanding and emergency food assistance cases.
Authorities are investigating allegations that an apparent boarding house in which a person died during a fire did not have smoke alarms or fully functioning fire extinguishers.
UPDATE: One person is dead and another hospitalized following a house fire on Cox Avenue early Thursday morning.
Next week, the N.C. Department of Transportation will begin replacement of the Denton Road bridge over Lick Creek in Davidson County.
Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center has been awarded the most widely-accepted quality management system in use around the world and is the second in the state to achieve the status.
Hayat Alkadir, a 13-year-old eighth grader at Ledford Middle School, on Feb. 21 picked up where her sister left off as she won the 2014 Davidson County Spelling Bee in a hotly contested matchup with her brother Hamza Alkadir.
City Council on Feb. 17 approved a budget amendment to fund renovations of the Big Chair and complete a clubhouse project at Finch Field that started four years ago. More than $20,000 in donations from four area organizations will help the city fund the endeavors.
The task of the Quarter-Cent Sales Tax for Education Committee is to educate the community about a referendum that will be on the May 6 primary ballot.
Voters in the May 6 primary could decide winners for the sheriff's office, four seats on the Davidson County Board of Commissioners, two House seats and in the Senate race.
Dozens of Thomasville Primary School students on Feb. 18 paid a visit to the dentist without having to leave the campus as the Friendly Dental Van made its first stop in the Chair City.
Most agencies with United Way of Davidson County took at least a 3.55 percent cut in allocations, and one as high as 35.7 percent.
Allen Brown thanks Thomasville City Council after Mayor Joe Bennett, left, proclaimed Feb. 18, 2014, as Allen Brown Day.
Thomasville City Schools was ahead of the curve when it started its wellness program in 2006. Plans are to keep it that way.
Go the second mile, challenge leaders of United Way of Davidson County. The second-mile sprint is needed because of a shortfall in donations. The goal was $1.8 million.The amount pledged totals $1.635 million.
A woman, holding her baby, was threatened with a hammer by her husband, against whom she had filed a restraining order.
Approximately one out of every four teachers in Thomasville can expect a raise following Gov. Pat McCrory's announcement regarding educator salaries.
Winter's first snowstorm of the year made life miserable for Chair City motorists. Capt. Mark Kattner said Thomasville Police Department on Wednesday responded to at least 10 automobile accidents across the city as a result of a massive winter storm that raged across the southeastern United States.
North Carolina Department of Transportation maintenance crews are working to clear snow and ice from interstates and primary routes throughout the Triad and surrounding areas after the most recent winter storm dropped as much as a foot of snow in the region.
“The arts are alive and well in Thomasville,” said Councilman Neal Grimes as he viewed the 38 entries in the Chair City Art exhibit.
Kacy Lee was crowned Miss Thomasville and Victoria Huggins, Miss Central Carolina. Hannah Welborn Lewis won Miss Thomasville’s Outstanding Teen and Tori Gross, Miss Central Carolina’s Outstanding Teen.