State lawmakers are trying to close a loophole that allows some convicted felons to run for sheriff — a move that would block former Davidson County Sheriff Gerald Hege from running again.
5:11pm Mar 30, 2021Politics & Government Politics & Government
8:07am Mar 15, 2021Courts Courts
North Carolina's highest court ruled Friday that a woman must get a new trial in her husband's 2015 beating death and granted the same to her father, agreeing evidence had been wrongly excluded tha
11:21am Jan 05, 2021Health & Safety Health & Safety
Forsyth County residents over the age of 75 will soon be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
11:25am Oct 16, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government
A controversial Confederate statue in Lexington was removed late Thursday night.
The ongoing fight over the monument divided city leaders, who wanted the statue
7:02pm Oct 11, 2020Race Race Politics & Government
The dispute over Lexington’s Confederate monument is headed to court after the city’s attempt to move it came to a last-minute halt.
7:34am Aug 14, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government
Lexington officials say they’re taking legal action to remove the city’s Confederate statue from its prominent spot on Main Street.
8:00am Jan 15, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government
Davidson County Commissioners approved a resolution reaffirming the county’s commitment to the Second Amendment and pledging to guard resident’s rights to own guns.
11:33am Jul 15, 2019Crime Crime Politics & Government
In a move that has close ties to a former Davidson County sheriff, a state House committee has passed a measure to bar felons from running for the office even if the conviction has been expunged.
3:41pm May 23, 2019Courts Courts
The Lexington Housing Authority is suing its former executive director, Terrance Gerald. The lawsuit accuses him of fraud and unfair and deceptive trade practices, among other violations.
9:21pm Apr 10, 2018Politics & Government Politics & Government
The Davidson County Board of Elections voted to allow a controversial former sheriff to remain on the ballot for the May primary.
8:00am Oct 22, 2015Human Interest Human Interest
One of the Southeast’s biggest festivals returns to the Triad Saturday.
5:55pm May 21, 2015Politics & Government Politics & Government
Longtime state Senator Stan Bingham (R-33rd) of Davidson County has announced he will not seek re-election, and he already has a successor in mind.