City council unanimously approved amendments to the city's cell tower lease for AT&T on Tuesday. City Manager Kelly Craver ensured the council that such amendments are necessary for AT&T to continue taking steps toward improved coverage in the area.
The Thomasville Public Library semi-annual book sale will run through Jan. 29. Items offered include CDs, DVDs and magazines in addition to hardback and paperback books, with prices ranging from 10 cents for magazines to $1 for CD audiobooks.
A former member of the Thomasville City Council, a retired doctor and the owner of Best In Show art studio on Salem Street is among featured artists in Davidson County Community College's Spring Art Show.
When it comes to making beautiful music together, Thomasville High School sophomore Jacob Morris, junior Maria Lopez and Thomasville Middle School eighth-grader Kokie Reynolds are all in it together — no matter the differences in their age. Last fall, all three students auditioned for a spot and were chosen to participate in the Davidson County All-County Honors Band.
Just hours after President Obama’s State of the Union speech, Edward Jones’ Thomasville Financial Advisor Kevin White gave his State of the Economy address.
Kasey Dashawn Garland will not face the death penalty in his upcoming murder trial after prosecutors announced they would not pursue capital punishment during a Rule 24 hearing earlier this month.
An internal audit conducted last fall by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) found Thomasville City School beginning (novice) teachers are being well trained and mentored for their new career.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners is considering a smoking ban at the entrance of all county government buildings.
With the exception of skin cancer, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in both men and women in the United States and claims the lives of more than 50,000 men and women each year. However, colon cancer is one of the most detectable and most treatable forms of cancer if found early enough.
An evening spent recently at Thomasville Rescue Squad proved just how diverse — and dedicated — the organization is.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners took the first step toward resolving a decades-long debate on 911 emergency radios on Tuesday.
In the immediate aftermath of the discouraging closure of Carolina Mattress, the city of Thomasville received some good news last week.
Carolina Mattress Guild, located on 385 North Drive, has closed its doors after it filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy Dec. 15
An emotional Jane Murphy was presented with the 2015 Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Citizen Award during the chamber's 66th annual meeting at Colonial Country Club on Thursday night.
Thomasville City Schools Board of Education members, administrators and staff, along with students and their parents, were filled with nothing but good news for the New Year during last Tuesday night’s meeting.
Exercise is one of those rare things where the hype actually meets reality.
As director of student athletics and wellness at Davidson County Community College, Kenneth Kirk is seldom recognized as a champion of civil rights.
It isn’t difficult to understand why Dorothy Carroll was selected by the Social Action Committee as one of the recipients of the 2015 MLK Community Service Award.
After more than a decade of constructive cooperation between the board of commissioners and school board in Davidson County, relations between elected officials seem to have grown contentious.
Judging by the full agenda and packed house at Monday night’s Davidson County Board of Education meeting things are off to a productive, fresh start in the New Year.
A series of revival services will kick off the 14th annual weeklong Martin Luther King holiday celebration which will mark the 29th anniversary of the King National Holiday. The local theme is “A Relevant Message at a Critical Time.”
Consumers are grateful gas prices have plummeted more than $1 per gallon during 2014. Savings at the pump equals more extra cash in the pockets of consumers.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners begin the new year with a looming project 30 years in the making.
With nightly temperatures set to plunge well into the low 20s this week, now is the time to take precautions to protect outdoor pets from winter’s harsh conditions.
Jobless rates in the Piedmont continued to fall in November, furthering an encouraging recent economic trend.