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.
The front entrance of Thomasville Senior Center was decorated with balloons in honor of the 40th year open house and ribbon cutting ceremony held March 12.
In light of frightening child luring cases in other parts of the country, the Thomasville Police Department is urging parents to keep an even closer eye on their children.
Thomasville’s own ballerina Abigail Westmoreland will perform key roles in an upcoming production of High Point Ballet’s Celtic Legends.
Employee compensation is gaining traction as a prominent talking point in Davidson County.
A new dental clinic on the Davidson County Community College campus will provide a range of dental services to an underserved population in Davidson County.
Operation Medicine Drop will take place Wednesday, March 18 at Thomasville Fire Station Headquarters, 712 E. Main Street, Thomasville. Thomasville Fire Department and Thomasville Police Department collaborated for the event which commemorates National Poison Prevention Week March 15-21.
For Lindsay Newsom, a seventh-grader at Ledford Middle school, participating in the VFW’s Patriot’s Pen youth essay scholarship competition was never really about winning.
Thomasville City Schools Board of Education, at its monthly meeting on March 3, heard changes set forth to the 2014-2015 calendar due to the inclement weather that forced school closings across the Triad and the better part of the state.
As the Davidson County Board of Commissioners consider where to allocate funding for capital projects in 2015, the discussion continues to include Davidson County Community College.
As Davidson County undergoes the process of property revaluation, staff expects approximately half the number of appeals it received during the last revaluation.
The United Way of Davidson County recently announced $1,231,884 in 2015 funding for programs and agencies. Campaign pledges came within $12,000 of matching the amount that was raised in the 2014 campaign.
Two weeks after the city discovered leaks and lost a great deal of its water supply, the water plant in the City of Thomasville has returned to operating at full capacity.
For Amy Leonard, cafeteria manager at Liberty Drive Elementary School and self-proclaimed “kid at heart,” March 2 is no ordinary day.
Like other area school districts across the Triad forced to close due to the snow and ice over the past few weeks, Davidson County school administrators have been busy hammering out a plan that would allow both students and teachers to make up missed days without drastically cutting into their Easter spring break or result in a longer-than-expected school year.
Unilin Flooring celebrated its newest expansion last Wednesday in a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its facility on Cloninger Drive.
The reuse of a 20,000-square-foot building in Thomasville will create 17 new, full-time jobs for area residents after the N.C. Department of Commerce announced the allocation of funding for the project last week.
This year, March 20 marks the first day of spring. And judging by the last few weeks of snow, ice and blustery weather, it can’t come soon enough.
March is National Kidney Month and March 12 marks World Kidney Day. Kidney disease kills more Americans each year than breast and prostate cancers combined and is the ninth leading cause of death in the United States.
Today marks the end of Black History month. Over the course of the last four weeks, millions of American students — from all ethnicities — took an in-depth look at the achievements of black Americans, pausing to contemplate the vital role of African Americans in U.S. history. However, in the midst of celebrating the lives and influence prominent African-Americans have had on today’s history, for many Southerners there lies the dark reality born from the human atrocities of the slave trade and the historical trauma slavery left on a nation where no town, not even Thomasville, was spared. In this article, master genealogist and Thomasville native Randy Hepler shares his own personal journey to uncovering the truth behind his distant ancestors' connection to slavery and to a child named Miranda, whose father was her mother’s master.
A dusting of snow couldn’t put a damper on a ribbon cutting which signaled the opening of the 500th Sheetz store at 1810 Liberty Drive and an important benchmark for the City of Thomasville. Hundreds of people clapped and cheered as Mayor Joe Bennett cut the red ribbon to signal the store’s official opening.
Major leaks in the city's water system have left the City of Thomasville scrambling for solutions to restore water supplies.
Council voted unanimously Monday during its regular session to dissolve a system maintenance contract it shares with the City of Trinity.
Jane Murphy, marketing and public relations director for Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center, recently attended a presentation regarding service dogs.
Holly Hill Memorial Park Cemetery serves the communities of Thomasville, High Point, Lexington, Denton, Archdale, Trinity, Davidson County, Randolph County, Guilford County, Wallburg, Fairgrove and Sophia. For more information on cemetery planning, grief and healing visit hollyhillcemetery.com.