Local tourism giants Tony and Donna Wohlgemuth have reached another milestone. Kersey Valley Attractions recently held a ribbon-cutting for two new events at the popular destination.
A bill that would eliminate four seats from Trinity City Council appears to be no closer to becoming law than when it passed through the N.C. House of Representatives two months ago.
As professional football players prepare for offseason workouts, so too do cheerleaders for 32 NFL teams.
Summertime is a great time to sell recreational items such as boats and vehicles, but according to local realtor Karen Allred, it’s also a great time to buy, and sell, your home.
Once upon time at Wheatmore High School there was a choral director and theater teacher named Sara Downey, who decided to put on a rousing musical, ‘Into the Woods’.
Some will arrive in limousines, perfectly dressed in their black-tie attire. Excitement at area high schools grows as prom time nears.
A Civil War reenactment with living history, blacksmith, mortar firings, food vendors and bluegrass music will take place Saturday, April 18 and Sunday, April 19, at the Albertson House, 4924 Meadowbrook Road.
At American Graphics, Russ Allred explained the difference between digital printing and screen printing to Archdale-Trinity Middle School students Molly Bowers and Amy McRoberts.
Bulldogs beat Randleman 3-2 in overtime thriller
Third round meeting at West Lincoln set for today at 7 p.m.
Andrews served as offensive coordinator last two seasons