THOMASVILLE — Just two short years after Councilman Hunter Thrift was elected as the youngest member of Thomasville City Council, he is now preparing to be one of the senior members of council.
THOMASVILLE — Finch Field will be the host site for a charity softball game on June 27 as Thomasville’s police and fire departments are set to face off.
WELCOME — A disappointing end to Ledford baseball’s run in the Central Carolina Conference tournament last week came in the form of a payback game for North Davidson, which came back to stun the Panthers, 5-4.
THOMASVILLE — A plan for returning to a school year more closely resembling one in the pre-2020 era has been posted to the Thomasville City Schools website for public comment.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — Davidson County Board of Commissioners approved the 2021-22 fiscal year budget this week with no property tax increase.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — Davidson County Board of Commissioners were brought up to speed Thursday on pending litigation the county is part of against opioid manufacturers and distributors.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — The unemployment rate in Davidson County stood at 4.2% in April, down from 4.4% in March, according to information released by the N.C. Department of Commerce.
THOMASVILLE — Federal prosecutors expect to offer plea deals in the next two months to some of the members of a self-styled militia facing charges in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
THOMASVILLE — More than 100 people paused at Veterans Point on Memorial Day to hear stories and view pictorial banners in memory of soldiers killed or missing in action.
THOMASVILLE — With an eye for providing clients greater access to the support it provides, Family Services of Davidson County is now assisting Thomasville residents through an office at Thomasville Police Department.
DAVIDSON COUNTY — Superintendents for Thomasville, Lexington and Davidson County schools updated county commissioners last week on the status of local funding, what it currently provides and future needs in anticipation of the county’s 2021-22 fiscal year budget.
THOMASVILLE — A public hearing will be held June 7 to give residents the opportunity to offer input on the $45.9 million 2021-22 proposed budget.