THOMASVILLE — As the upcoming school year approaches, Thomasville City Schools continues to march toward a traditional calendar that will see students on campus each day of the week.
THOMASVILLE — A tough stretch of games for the High Point-Thomasville HiToms had the team on the cut line for the Coastal Plain League playoffs at press time Wednesday as they battled to stay ahead of the Lexington County Blowfish in the league standings.
THOMASVILLE — A veteran educator and current administrator at Thomasville High School will be the school’s next principal, Thomasville City Schools announced Tuesday.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — An award that recognizes excellence in government technology honored the Davidson County IT Department once again this year as the Center for Digital Government announced its Top 10 Digital Counties Survey Awards.
THOMASVILLE — When Blythe Leonard tells you everything for sale in her Thomasville store is made in the U.S., you can rest assured that it is.
WALLBURG — Town officials were provided with an update on the ongoing Wall Home project this week at the regular July meeting of Wallburg Town Council.
THOMASVILLE — Two incumbents and four challengers filed for Thomasville City Council last week, as another incumbent councilman joined the sitting mayor in a race for the city’s highest-elected office.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — A new book written by one of the state’s noted authorities on North Carolina longrifles details the rich history of longrifles made in Davidson County.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — A decision at its most recent board meeting will allow Davidson County Board of Commissioners to begin disengagement from a company from which the county has received mental health services.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — The unemployment rate in Davidson County stood at 4.2% in May, unchanged from April, according to information released by the N.C. Department of Commerce.
THOMASVILLE — Entering a critical portion of their 2021 schedule, the High Point-Thomasville HiToms are riding a roller coaster of sorts as they prepare to take on Martinsville tonight at Hooker Field.
THOMASVILLE — A longtime educator and current chairman of Thomasville City Schools Board of Education presided over his final meeting as a board member last week, as James Carmichael has departed from his position.