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.
The hexagonal sanctuary of Rich Fork Baptist Church was filled with at least 300 people packed into its upper deck and main sanctuary for a special Jews For Jesus presentation Wednesday night.
Honeybees are often overlooked by consumers as a vital contributor to the food eaten in households across the country.
Go ahead, call Adem Bektic, Tutu Le-Hoang, Issac Odenwelder, Joshua Hunt, Kiya Turner, Lauren Thomas or Courtney Moore a bunch of bookworms. Really, they don’t mind.
A team of students from Davidson Early College High School answered the challenge to build a bridge for the 2015 Region 3 Model Bridge Building Competition held March 27 on the Davidson County Community College campus.
Long before assuming her role as superintendent of Thomasville City Schools at the start of the 2013-2014 school year, Dr. Maria Pitre-Martin had been made well aware of the system’s challenges during her tenure with the N.C. Department of Instruction.
Elected officials and city developers are excited by the prospects of North American Implements, a Davidson County business, moving into an abandoned building in Thomasville.
March 30, the 42nd anniversary of troop withdrawal from the Southeast Asian conflict, has been designated as Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day.
When voters in Davidson County head to the ballots in November 2016, a referendum will afford them the opportunity to decide whether to support countywide alcohol sales after a split vote by the Davidson County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday.
Parker Farms doesn’t have a website, Facebook or a fancy-schmancy public relations agent. It doesn’t need one. At Parker Farms, where tomatoes abound, the philosophy is simple — pick one thing, and do it better than anybody else.
Thomasville City Council unanimously approved the Community Block Development Grant Project for Ennis-Flint at this month’s regular meeting in order to facilitate the reuse of a preexisting building in the city.
A total of 22 Second Harvest Food Bank partners in Davidson County will receive a variety of equipment thanks to a gift from an anonymous donor.
No one seemed more surprised than Madison Dutton to be invited to Raleigh for a recent reception with members of the General Assembly at the Legislative Building.
Judging by the look of her stylish outfit and trendy black high heels, 18-year-old Kayley Yetso appeared to be one of the more polished, young-professional types to attend the Annual Career Day held at Davidson County High School last week.
A hit-and-run investigation has reached a holding pattern and Thomasville Police are requesting assistance from the community.
Thanks to a new running club sponsored by Thomasville City Schools, Ryleah Payne and her friend Morgan Hartman are now training hard to run in their first 5K marathon — and they’re only 9-years old.
Councilman Joel Pierce will soon represent a much larger number of constituents than the ones he has grown accustomed to serving.
Is cursive handwriting still important? It is at New Hope Christian Academy in Thomasville, where students learn cursive in kindergarten.
Lindsay Yarborough may only be halfway through her second year of teaching physical education at Thomasville Middle School, but already she possesses the wisdom, compassion and insight of an educator far beyond her years, despite the fact that if you passed her in the hall or caught a glimpse of her running around the gym with the other kids, you might easily mistake her for a bubbly, energetic teenager.
Davidson County Board of Commissioners approved a 180-day extension Tuesday for the option to purchase property for the business park currently slated for construction in Linwood.