What a difference a year has made for Thomasville’s Linda Delamarter and her health.
Warm weather offers more opportunities for outdoor activities and those outdoor activities offer more ways to get scrapes, cuts and puncture wounds.
Several residents reported that property had been stolen from their vehicles.
With prom, senior projects and exams behind them, seniors at area high schools look forward to a full schedule of events leading up to graduation on June 7.
April was an exciting time for reading at John Lawrence Elementary School.
The Sunset Garden Club held their last spring meeting May 10 at the Colonial Country Club. They will not meet again until September.
Gerry Burchfield of Trinity spends a lot of time on his front porch. With a birds-eye view of neighbors who drive by, Gerry, known as “the waving neighbor,” throws up his hand as each one passes.
Honor rolls for grades 3-5 at Trinity Elementary School.
Two Wheatmore High School baseball players signed to play baseball with Rockingham Community College.
Wes Berrier claimed the mat at Trinity High School as its next head coach of the wrestling program.
Basketball and football camps, junior golf and flag football registration.
Members of the Trinity High School men’s tennis team brought home a second place in doubles competition at the Mid-East Regional Championship.
In the early days of Internet search engines, you could type in simple questions and easily retrieve answers to those questions. Today, if you turn to the Internet for a straightforward answer to a direct query, you are often are rewarded with frustration.
Just as small “wobbles” in a table can become bigger and more difficult to fix over time, the effective management of mental health concerns in young children requires early identification of the causes and appropriate attention to their source.
There are lots of ways to be involved and support Trinity this spring. Won't you come out and be part of it?