Davidson County officials approved a $2 million incentives package for a Thomasville project.
“Hiring Our Heroes” comes to Lexington
Stephanie Strickland and her volunteers at Cooperative Community Ministry in Thomasville already have stretched their resources to the thinnest margin in the past several years helping people cope with the Great Recession.
Motorists heading to Charlotte and other points south on Interstate 85 will drive over the second of two new bridges over the Yadkin River starting tonight.
Site Selection says Davidson is country's No. 3 small community
The experience of Troy Olsen reflects the personal toll of the pyramid scheme with roots in the Piedmont that eventually could affect upward of 1 million individuals.
A woman walking with two members of her family was killed along a rural highway in Davidson County Friday evening.
All lanes of N.C. 8 near Bringle Ferry Road west of Denton now open after a crash involving a tractor trailer and a logging truck occurred there this morning.
The United Way of Davidson County has announced its 2013 allocations to programs sponsored by 29 human service agencies in Davidson County.
Four Thomasville Police officers have been cleared in the shooting death of 41-year-old Scott William Muntz.
Davidson County sheriff’s deputies have arrested a Winston-Salem man in connection with missing money from a Brinks armored truck.
Thomasville is offering residents a day of fun, fellowship and dance in its 2013 Day of Dance For Your Health.
The free event will be held in the gym of Thomasville High School, at 410 Unity St., from 10 a.m. until noon on Saturday, Feb. 23.
Thomasville police have closed the investigation into a January shooting that left one man dead.
A woman is dead and a man is recovering from minor injuries after a fire destroyed a mobile home in the Pilot community Wednesday night.
City Council members met this weekend for a chance to look toward the city’s future, which may include a new police building and someone to assist the city in economic development.
The meeting was Saturday at Thomasville City Schools’ Honeycutt Administration building on Turner Street. The retreat was successful and beneficial to council members, according to City Manager Kelly Craver.