THOMASVILLE — Three years after Thomasville High School implemented its advanced manufacturing academy, Thomasville City Council approved a letter of support to continue the work of preparing students for apprenticeship.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — Days after Pfizer gained FDA approval for a booster dose of its COVID-19 vaccine for seniors, Davidson County Health Department offered a response to residents’ inquiries about next steps.
SALISBURY — Thomasville football lost an opportunity to unseat the defending state champs when it fell 49-21 to Salisbury last week, but it was the loss the Bulldogs sustained during the game that could have the more lasting effect.
WALLBURG — At the September meeting of Wallburg Town Council, members of the local governing body received updates on a recent meeting between city and NCDOT officials.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — Three weeks after the Davidson County Board of Commissioners approved additional staffing for Davidson County Health Department, commissioners recalled the county health director to further explore options for that funding.
THOMASVILLE — A month after announcing that students and staff in Thomasville would begin the fall semester with face coverings in all classrooms across the district, Thomasville City Schools Board of Education renewed that decision at its regular September meeting.
WALLBURG — A solid rushing attack has been a staple for the Ledford football program for many years. But Friday night in front of a large homecoming crowd, the Panthers put on quite the offensive display through the air.
THOMASVILLE — Two decades after the Twin Towers were destroyed, communities across America remembered the fallen for the 20th anniversary of the most devastating terrorist attack on U.S. soil.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — A meeting of the Davidson County Board of Education on Tuesday provided a forum for information on the COVID-19 pandemic two weeks after the board elected to require face coverings on school campuses.
THOMASVILLE — A pair of shutout losses to start the season on the pitch did not deter Thomasville soccer coach Brandon Staton’s enthusiasm as his team netted its first goal of the season in a 7-1 loss to Trinity on Thursday.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — Jobless rates in the Triad continued their descent in July, when another month of recovery from last year’s pandemic-fueled economic downturn brought an additional segment of the workforce back to gainful employment.
THOMASVILLE — The ups and downs of a high school football season during the COVID pandemic that derailed the sport last fall and abbreviated its spring season are now beginning to create challenges this fall.