The familiar cries of “Play Ball! ” will continue to echo at Hillsville Civitan Athletic Park after the Civitans transferred ownership to the Grubb Family YMCA.
As a part of an initiative by the City of Trinity to make the area more attractive to current and potential land owners, city council voted unanimously to amend its land use plan May 18.
Students at John Lawrence Elementary and Trinity High School have partnered to plant a garden and all the fresh produce harvested will be donated to COAT (Community Outreach Archdale Trinity).
The city renewed its contract with Handy Garbage Service on May 18 with a new five-year contract that will retain the company's services through 2020.
The church building at 10607 N. Main Street isn’t far from the 300-square-foot office in the former Burge Food Market where Community Outreach of Archdale-Trinity (COAT) first opened, but it’s light years ahead when it comes to fulfilling its mission to provide emergency food for the community’s hungry and needy population.
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.
Bulldogs fall just short in 1-0 decision
Bulldogs beat Randleman 3-2 in overtime thriller