If all goes according to plan, residents of the eastern part of Davidson County should know on Thursday evening the name of their new representative at the State Legislative Building in Raleigh.
Dad thanks officers for saving his son
The day after a holiday didn’t deter some local politicians from getting a quick start on their campaigns for this fall.
Candidates for mayor and city or town councils — both incumbents and challengers — signed up to run for office Friday afternoon on the opening day of the filing period for this year’s municipal elections.
Reunion event runs through Saturday.
Everyone needs know what to do and what to expect when a student brings a starter pistol or replica firearm to school.
A Thomasville man robbing Hispanic businesses in the city has been arrested.
A Thomasville teen was named second runner-up in a state pageant on Friday.
Two of the nation’s leading authorities on building strong towns through wise investments and development strategies will be in the Triad starting Monday.
On the first day of summer Friday, many people ponder when to take vacations, enjoy time off from work and lounge by the pool.
But for local young people like Tyler Steelman, Bailey Blevins and Brad Crawford, the summer is a chance to spend part of the season doing good works and helping others.
Kylee Russell, a rising junior at First Assembly Christian School, was a tie winner this week for the Outstanding Teen Lifestyle and Fitness Award at the Miss North Carolina’s Outstanding Teen pageant in Raleigh.
A children’s clothing manufacturer in Davidson County that markets its products through social media will hire 100 new workers as part of an expansion.
They’re not a sports team, but they’re trying just as hard to bring home the gold.
Leaders of the Republican Party in Davidson County are pushing up their schedule for replacing outgoing state Rep. Jerry Dockham.
Thomasville Furniture has a new president.
Furniture Brands International, the St. Louis-based parent company of Thomasville Furniture, announced last week that Kathy Veltri was appointed the company’s top executive. Veltri will be responsible for all facets of the Thomasville Furniture brand, including company-owned Thomasville Furniture stores.
Many residents want a new High School to relieve crowding.