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.
A Davidson County church was gutted in a fire early Saturday morning.
The Republican Party race for sheriff is heating up as the main challenger to incumbent David Grice accuses the outgoing county GOP chairman of improperly endorsing Grice in the primary election.
Davidson County, which has been decimated by home furnishings plant closings in the past 15 years, will lose more furniture industry jobs later this year.
A former employee of Davidson County Schools was charged with theft after public funds were used to secure gift cards at a supermarket without permission of the school system.
City detectives have charged a Thomasville man in connection with raping an 8-year-old girl earlier this month.
The chairman of the Davidson County Republican Party will run for the Board of Commissioners this year, seeking one of four seats before voters during the GOP primary and general election.
A suspect wanted for attempted murder in a case from upstate South Carolina is in custody at the Guilford County Jail in High Point after wrecking his vehicle following a high-speed, two-county chase this past weekend.
The Davidson County Health Department is investigating reports of illness in three children likely due to E. coli infection, the agency said this afternoon.
A 44-year-old man died on Christmas Day after a single-vehicle accident on Lake Road in Thomasville.
A teenager from the High Point portion of Davidson County died early Tuesday from a single-car accident along Wallburg-High Point Road after he apparently lost control of his vehicle.
Paul "Jaybird" McCrary, a towering figure in Davidson County politics for decades who was the longest-serving sheriff in the county's history, died Thursday at the age of 83.
On a holiday when most people take a break to relax, a blue cinder block building along Martin Luther King Jr. Drive buzzed with activity Thursday morning as dozens of volunteers spent hours preparing meals for people they most likely don’t know and may never meet.
The N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles is accepting applications through Dec. 20 for the contract to operate the Thomasville area license plate agency.