An internal, and potentially heated, Republican Party battle is officially ready to play out through next spring in a contest for a state legislative seat.
A 48-year-old man from Lexington was charged this week in what authorities are calling a precious metals investment scam.
An 80-year-old woman died early Monday morning in a fire that engulfed her home in northern Davidson County.
Thomasville Police Department investigators are looking into the circumstances of an attack Monday night in which a woman was doused with gasoline and set ablaze.
During a politically torturous session this year at the N.C. General Assembly, one bill sponsored by an area legislator drew bipartisan support to help protect older adults against con artists bent on mischief.
Motorists traveling on N.C. 150 in Davidson County can now access I-85 North, after the new ramp opened to traffic Tuesday.
Motorists taking a popular route along Interstate 85 Business Loop near Davidson County Community College will negotiate a detour until the fall of next year as crews replace a bridge over Rich Fork Creek.
Beau Gardner tried desperately to save the life of his beloved neighbor Wayne Setliff Friday night as smoke from a fire filled a single-story, brick-frame house along Reid Road.
Thomasville police are asking the public to help them identify men who walked out of Walmart with more than $12,000 worth of cell phones in their pants.
U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, R-8th, will hold a town hall from 3-4 p.m. Tuesday at the Piedmont Crossing Retirement Community.
A brick-frame house on a street in a Thomasville neighborhood has become the latest example of people from different Christian denominations and personal backgrounds coming together to better their community.
Thomasville police are looking for help to identify a person who assaulted a Thomasville teen on Wednesday.
Motorists who have had to dodge the familiar orange-and-white road construction barrels for three years during work on the new Interstate 85 Yadkin River bridge soon won’t have to worry about delays and detours.
Parents and children in need will have the chance Saturday to pick up basic school supplies and other staples for free as a pair of High Point area churches act on their faith to help others.
The head of Randolph Community College, where GOP Gov. Pat McCrory signed his first bill six months ago on education, is warning of unwelcome consequences for his school because of the recent Republican state budget.
RCC President Robert Shackleford Jr. said the community college system portion of the budget will lead to higher costs for courses and probably cutbacks in classes.