The last of the former Thomasville Furniture Industries plants is closing. According to a letter obtained by the Thomasville Times from Heritage Home Group President Ira Glazer, Thomasville Plant C and Plant C-Area 100 will shut down on March 21. Employees at the two facilities received the letter Tuesday morning.
According to WXII weather, expect one to two inches throughout central North Carolina. Areas across the northern Piedmont and northern coastal plain have the highest probability of the higher snowfall amounts. Roads may become slick around or near the evening rush hour. Due to rapidly falling temperatures, a flash freeze of water or black ice may also quickly develop. Read more: http://www.wxii12.com/weather/alerts#ixzz2r3ei6P50
The SRO will be responsible for Thomasville Primary School and Liberty Drive Elementary School.
Beginning in the spring, all four TCS campuses will welcome the Friendly Dental Van, a Charlotte-based program that offers dental services to children who do not receive routine care.
Sunny skies but cold temperatures welcomed participants in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Peace March held Saturday.
At the start of the year, the Guil-Rand Fire Department in Archdale was in the middle of .. well .. a firestorm caused by the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare. Volunteer fire departments in Thomasville, for the most part, would not have been impacted by the ACA requirement. Luckily an IRS ruling Jan. 10 quietened the alarms that other Piedmont departments faced.
A Thomasville woman faces charges following an allegation that she had obtained more than $10,000 by purchasing gift cards at Food Lion stores using money from Davidson County Schools.
Thomasville City Council is tweaking the district for its downtown tax incentive initiative. Council members at the Jan.22 meeting will vote on a district boundary modification that includes more businesses and less houses.
Thomasville Fire Chief Martin Dailey is listed in stable condition and Councilman Scott Styers in critical condition, according to hospital officials on Friday.
A community meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Ballpark Road Recreation Center. Staff will present ideas and are eager to hear what the community thinks as well.
It’s a 1-2-3 defensive punch. Novant Health has declared war on high blood pressure, prediabetes and obesity as part of a multi-year, systemwide community health initiative. And it starts in Thomasville.
His ability to make a positive impact on those around him earned Johnson a 2014 MLK Community Service Award from Martin Luther King Social Action Committee.
TCS now has enough AEDs to cover every sporting event at the high school and middle school.
A local company may invest $25 million and create up to 50 jobs in Thomasville. Thomasville City Council on Jan. 22 will hold a public hearing regarding an economic incentive grant for Project BART.
As Tony Hyde eloquently spoke about the Citizen of the Year, the room of people at the Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce annual meeting hushed. With all the attributes affirmed, smiles and teary eyes acknowledged the recipient before her name was spoken.
This week's arctic vortex may have blasted Thomasville with frigid temperatures but city officials said the year's first round of winter weather could have been much worse.
A Thomasville woman accused of injecting an acquaintance with a lethal dose of heroin in Mayhas been charged with second degree murder and concealment of death. The body was found three days later.
Allen Brown admittedly is an emotional person.
Brown's emotions bubbled to the surface Tuesday night when the Thomasville City Schools Board of Education honored the recently retired head football coach for his service and commitment to student-athletes.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said he had the audacity to believe that people everywhere can have three meals a day for their bodies.
As arctic air brought single-digit temperatures on Monday night, Thomasville's lone homeless shelter and other nonprofits are trying to meet an increased need for assistance. The freezing temperatures are expected to run through Wednesday night.
Young Marines of Davidson County over the years has brought Christmas cheer to thousands of families through its annual Toys for Tots campaign.
With help from a community partner, the organization now is reaching more Chair City children than ever before.
Local businesses ended 2013 on a high note thanks in large part to Thomasville citizens spending their money in the Chair City.
The Davidson County Health Department urges citizens to take sanitary precautions to avoid exposure to E. coli.
Excitement surrounds the Tom A. Finch YMCA as the organization moves into the new year. Launching three new programs and offering a membership special for the first two weeks of 2014, Beth Todd, director of marketing, contends the YMCA is the place to be.
An additional loan package is being considered by Davidson County Commissioners to boost the progress of a proposed industrial park off Interstate 85.