The effects of a shooting in a Charleston, S.C. church which left nine people dead have left members of a Thomasville church numb — but still standing strong.
A distinct charred smell filled the air at the corner of Memorial Park Drive and East Guilford Street last week.
On a recent hot afternoon Deana Cain visited Veteran’s Memorial Park Swimming Pool for the very first time. It won’t be her last visit.
I love being behind a camera taking pictures, partly because it reminds me of my Dad.
Dozens of purple balloons took to the sky and fluttered away over the Thomasville Senior Center June 15. The balloons read: Take A Stand Against Elder Abuse.
City Council unanimously approved a $38.5 million budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year Monday night.
What makes a garden grow? What makes students grow? What makes Christians grow in their faith? Doug Creamer makes it his business to find the answer to these questions.
Members of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources visited several old buildings in Thomasville last week as part of a statewide tour of historic sites.
The unemployment rate in Davidson County decreased to 5.0 percent for April, according to numbers released last week by the N.C. Department of Commerce – Labor and Economic Analysis Division.
A wounded walker marched in the Memorial Day Parade.
A reshuffling of 18 new principals means there will be a lot of new faces in Davidson County Schools for the 2015-2016 academic year.
At the heart of Thomasville, a city built because of the railroad, a historic depot building remains a favorite site for rail fans young and old.
City Councilman Raleigh York Jr. announced Tuesday he will run for mayor in November.
A biker. A preacher. Two opposite lives wrapped up in one man, Steve Ervin. He doesn’t remember either one.
The Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the county's $128 million 2015-16 fiscal year budget this week.
Payton Gray is a bike-riding super star, but he doesn’t do tricks.
Days after recommending a two-cent property tax increase, County Manager Robert Hyatt said county residents will not, in fact, be asked to pay more this fiscal year.
The June 2 meeting of Thomasville City School board was bittersweet for departing chairperson Belinda Clark.
The Thomasville HiToms have enjoyed an eventful spring. An upcoming event will kick off an important summer.
The 11th Annual Garden Tour begins today 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 7.
What Principal Deboy Beamon enjoys most about his job is also what he’ll miss the most — the kids.
Chair City airwaves grew quieter last weekend as an emblematic local figure took to the air for a final time.
City council held a public hearing Monday night regarding the proposed budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year.
Inside the kitchen at Misty’s Cakes & Bakery, owner Misty Hulin expertly pipes swirls of blue frosting onto a cake as she rotates its carousel-like stand.
A veteran of the North Carolina Senate will not seek reelection to the General Assembly in 2016.