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.
Conservative political commentator Michael Reagan’s personal appearance scheduled for Aug. 17 at the Richard Childress Racing Events Center has been postponed.
The North Carolina Division of Water Resources this afternoon denied a 401 water quality certification for the Yadkin Hydroelectric Project submitted by Alcoa Power Generating Inc.
Thomasville police don’t often see elderly people being victims of violent robberies.
A teenager has been arrested after detectives with the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office say he stabbed his 43-year-old father with a pocket knife on Saturday.
Thomasville Police are looking for possibly three women who pepper-sprayed a 79-year-old woman before snatching her purse and driving away Monday afternoon.
Republican County Commissioner Sam Watford said that he intends to challenge recently appointed state Rep. Roger Younts, R-Davidson, in next spring’s 80th State House District primary in the wake of Younts’ controversial appointment to the post earlier this month.
Former Lexington manager to lead Denton
Mayor Joe Bennett will have two familiar challengers
A man and woman have been arrested by Thomasville police for trafficking heroin.
Davidson County Sheriff’s have arrested a woman after they say she hit her child in the head.
Thomasville police arrested a man and woman on several drug charges Wednesday.
An 11-year-old girl was electrocuted at a Davidson County pool. Two other girls escaped.
Officials say Lauren Cecil was electrocuted at Brookside Swim Club on Queens Road shortly after 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Thomasville police Chief Jeff Insley sums up the addition of three new police officers to the department in one simple phrase: “Our thin blue line is becoming a little thicker today.”
Ten years ago, truck driver Leonard Giddens of Davidson County faced making a split-second decision — one eerily like the case of George Zimmerman.