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(Josh Nagy/WGHP)(Josh Nagy/WGHP)(Josh Nagy/WGHP) THOMASVILLE, N.C. — It was a touching scene of heroes thanking heroes during a time of uncertainty for the world. First... [Read More]
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A Thomasville doctor wants to emphasize the importance of social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
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A Thomas County Sheriff's Office captain will not be able to attend funerals for two relatives who died in recent days. Neither will he be... [Read More]
Archbold officials report there have been 138 positive test results for COVID-19 across its system, and 10 deaths from the novel coronavirus. [Read More]
State transportation contractors plan to close a ramp tonight as part of the ongoing pavement rehabilitation project on... [Read More]
The coronavirus has claimed the life of longtime furniture industry executive Fred Starr, a leader for decades in business and charitable... [Read More]
Across Atlanta, a number of organizations are working hard to keep kids fed while schools are closed. This week... [Read More]
Frederick Brown Starr, a long time executive of Thomasville Furniture and Natuzzi Americas, died Thursday at the age of 87 from coronavirus complications. [Read More]
A prominent local figure lost his life to the coronavirus, and his daughter says she never got to say goodbye. Frederick Brown Starr, longtime president... [Read More]
Lauren Collier teaches at Thomasville High School and is making sure her students feel supported. She's sending positive messages to her English class that they... [Read More]
With the shortage of face masks quickly growing, folks are getting crafty, making their own protective gear at home. Akemi Ackert shares how she is... [Read More]
Fred Starr, a longtime furniture industry executive and community leader, died Wednesday, April 1, at Moses Cone Hospital from complications of COVID-19, his family has... [Read More]
Frederick Brown Starr, a long time executive of Thomasville Furniture and Natuzzi Americas, died Thursday at the age of 87 from coronavirus complications, according to... [Read More]
Starr, who once led Thomasville Furniture Industries, died April 1 at Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro, The News & Record of Greensboro and Furniture Today... [Read More]
Frederick Brown Starr, longtime president at Thomasville Furniture and Natuzzi, died April 1 due to complications from the coronavirus, according to Furniture Today. Starr was... [Read More]
Shop doors in Thomasville's thriving downtown are now closed as a shelter in place order signed by Governor Brian Kemp takes effect. [Read More]
The Big Bend area is less than an hours drive from the state of Georgia's shelter in place order. [Read More]
Second Harvest served the Thomasville community Friday morning. [Read More]
Thomasville's century-old hometown bakery faced and conquered challenges delivered by the Great Depression and World War II. [Read More]
No evidence has been found to show the coronavirus is transmittable from humans to cats and dogs, a Thomasville veterinarian said. [Read More]
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