Veteran art teacher Leigh Blanchard knows a true masterpiece when she sees it.
Archdale Police Department and local law enforcement agencies throughout the U.S. are trying to overcome limited resources to combat the inhumane treatment of animals.
Last week’s downpours and spring showers may have brought some much-needed relief to allergy suffers. But don’t let a brief break in the “wheezie, sneezie, itchy, achoos” fool you.
Waving in the breeze over Mount Calvary Baptist Church and Christian School are a United States flag and a Christian flag, which means that visitors to the facility are just as likely to hear someone say the Lord’s prayer as the Pledge of Allegiance.
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.
As many as 31 veterans from multiple branches of service enjoyed a March 25 breakfast hosted by Trinity Baptist Church.
Three teams with 3-2 records entering Tuesday
Former Trinity High standout David Newcomer joins roster
Warriors trailed 4-2 entering 7th inning