A Lexington man died when the tractor-trailer he was working on collapsed on top of him.
Untreated sewage spilled into a Thomasville creek.
Thomasville's North Side Pump Station a major sewer project
Other logos could join the bulldog on buses
More than 100,000 gallons of untreated wastewater spilled into three creeks.
Thomasville Medical Center, a Novant Health facility, received an “A” for its Hospital Safety Score by The Leapfrog Group, an independent national nonprofit run by employers and other large purchasers of health benefits.
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.
Father Jim Turner has no qualms over the pope’s resignation and high hopes and expectations for whoever is next.
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.
Thomasville police officers have arrested a man on felony child abuse charges.
On Dec. 7, detectives were called notified by Brenner’s Children’s Hospital about a four-week old baby boy who was admitted to hospital for a broken arm.
Usually there is a time in your career when you decide to retire, but that is not the case for one city of Thomasville employee.
Dixie Fincannon, 70, celebrated 50 years of employment with the city on Tuesday. Her tenure is the longest in the city’s history.