A woman died Sunday afternoon in a two-car collision on N.C. 109 in southern Davidson County in an accident where the use of seat belts may have played a part in the outcome.
State Sen. Stan Bingham’s campaign has distributed a flier highlighting traffic citations dating back 20 years linked to his Republican primary opponent, small businessman Eddie Gallimore of Thomasville.
Officials in the northeastern Davidson County town of Wallburg hope that rezoning a tract at a key intersection will lead to more shopping and business options for residents.
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President Barack Obama today signed a declaration for a major disaster in the state from the March 7 ice storm and ordered federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the Piedmont.
Work is underway on an N.C. Department of Transportation project to improve Interstate 85 Business Loop in southern Davidson County.
Davidson and Randolph counties have been added to a list of counties where N.C. Department of Transportation crews will collect debris from the March 7 ice storm.
The split vote last week for the new leader of the Davidson County Republican Party symbolizes the growing differences among candidates and rank-and-file activists as the GOP has ascended to power locally.
City police arrested a rape suspect who was considered armed and dangerous.
The cause of a mobile home fire early Tuesday morning that took the lives of a mother and her two young children will be listed as undetermined, and the Wallburg fire chief said the investigation is considered closed.
A mother and her two children were killed early this morning in a fire at a mobile home in Wallburg in northern Davidson County.
In Davidson and Randolph counties, this election season is lining up as a virtually all-Republican affair.
A 78-year-old woman from Thomasville died this morning when she lost control of her car while traveling on Holly Grove Road east of Lexington.
Thomasville Fire Department firefighters put out a blaze at 220 Carolina Ave. Saturday afternoon.