Carl Grubb, who passed away March 26, is remembered by friends and community members as someone who was always happy to pitch in and help.
The N.C. House voted 77-42 Monday to approve a bill that would modify the Trinity city charter, eliminate four seats from its city council and create one new at-large race.
In light of questions regarding the legality of electronic gaming operations, Archdale City Council moved forward with a text amendment to the city's zoning ordinance to ban gaming in Archdale.
“Viburnums are one of those wonderfully adaptive shrubs that everyone should have as a focal point in their yard because they look good in every season,” said Ralph Modlin.
As many as 31 veterans from multiple branches of service enjoyed a March 25 breakfast hosted by Trinity Baptist Church.
The broad smile on Ashton Burke’s face said it all about how delighted he was to have his grandmother, Loretta, by his side, along with a stack of new books she had just purchased for him during the “Grandparents Brunch at the Book Fair” event held last Tuesday at Hopewell Elementary School.
What began as an idea in late December has now become a reality for Jennifer Holland and fiance Dr. Brad Penrod.
Who knew tucking in on a cold, rainy winter’s night with 80 or so of your classmates and friends to watch movies could help feed the hungry? The student council at Archdale Elementary, that’s who, along with the help of faculty sponsors, Susan Eubank, Jennifer Matthews and Teresa Sutton, who put on the first of four, “Can Film Festivals” last Friday in an effort to take in donations for C.O.A.T (Community Outreach Archdale-Trinity) — a food pantry for families in the Archdale-Trinity area.
Unearned runs lead to 3-2 setback
Wheatmore held 2-1 lead in first half