WALLBURG — Ledford baseball put together a complete performance in a 15-0 home victory over Thomasville in three innings Friday.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — A resolution opposing bills the county said would limit its local planning and development authority was passed at the most recent meeting of the Davidson County Board of Commissioners.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — A public hearing scheduled for next week will allow the public to sound off on the proposed budget for Davidson County government in anticipation of possible adoption on June 8.
THOMASVILLE — Lines to fill up at the gas pump spilled over into roadways this week in locations throughout the Piedmont as the shutdown of the largest U.S. fuel pipeline network continued to wreak havoc.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — An annual report on behalf of the Davidson County Child Fatality Prevention Team revealed 16 total child deaths throughout the county in 2020.
THOMASVILLE — A local fast-food chain’s announcement is the most recent sign of growth in Thomasville after more than a decade of emphasis of business recruitment by the city.
THOMASVILLE — Graduation rates among Hispanic and Spanish-speaking students continue to soar above the state average at Thomasville High School, ESL coordinator Juan Ortiz told the school board this week.
THOMASVILLE — On Wednesday, Thomasville baseball took a step back from its season-opening sweep of South Davidson, dropping a contest to Central Carolina 2-A Conference foe Oak Grove, 22-2.
THOMASVILLE — Summer is almost here and the HiToms are continuing their prep for another successful season at Finch Field. This week, the HiToms announced the complete 2021 schedule, filled with 34 thrilling matchups across May, June, and July.
THOMASVILLE — When Ann Ferguson became the head coach of the Thomasville women’s basketball program prior to the 2018-19 hoops season, she brought with her the expectation that she would teach young women how to play and lead.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — At an annual conference, Davidson County Clerk Debbie Harris was presented with a significant award on behalf of her peers in the state’s 99 other counties.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — Following a thorough safety review, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration have confidence that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is safe and effective in preventing COVID-19 and recommend its continued use to prevent serious ill…