On Sept. 12 the Pink Cares fire truck will be at Bush Hill Heritage Festival on Highway 62 in front of Archdale Friends Meeting.
Are you looking for a 5-inch creeper, 4.5-inch scooter curly tail or 4-inch baby lizard in pumpkin? How about a purple baby salamander?
Rita Dilloway visited the Bush Hill Heritage Festival for the first time last year. This year, she’s coming back as a new vendor.
Fire Camp is awesome. This was my first time going to Fire Camp and I really loved it!
New vendors Bryan and Kristy Adams are looking forward to their first trip to the Bush Hill Heritage Festival.
Santa Claus is coming to town. He’ll be wearing full regalia but he won’t be bringing any reindeer or snow.
Kyle and Shannon Cook are hoping to bring a lot of flavor to the annual Bush Hill Heritage Festival.
When customers come back week after week, year after year, service must be good. When they also stop in to eat lunch, or stay all day — like they do at Ada’s Hair Styling in Trinity — it’s more than business. It’s friendship.
Awnings and tables decked out in red, white and blue sprawled across a couple of yards in the Bradford Downs neighborhood.
Since 2007 BBQ Joe’s been serving the High Point community, and now Trinity will be able to enjoy this delicious barbecue as well.
Before the curtain rolled up at 7:30 a.m. on the opening day of Creekside Farmer’s Market, vendors were set up and ready to brave the heat and sell their wares.
As the heat persists, it’s time to cool down with some frozen yogurt or ice cream. Nattie’s Frozen Creations is the perfect place to relax with some cold desserts.
Three missionaries from Archdale Church of the Nazarene are preparing to build a chapel in Santa Isabel, along the banks of the Amazon River.
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.
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.
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.
For a team of Archdale-Trinity volunteers, you might say planning is their “heart’s desire,” especially when it comes to the Randolph County Partnership for Children’s annual Gala for the Children, which is set for Saturday, April 18 at Kyle Petty’s Adaumont Farm.
What can you make with Legos? Just about anything, if you ask a creative group of elementary-aged Lego technicians who participated in a special Lego show-and-tell event Dec. 30 at the Archdale Public Library.
Sechrest Funeral Service entertained honored guests on Veterans Day with a free meal for members of Randolph Honor Guard.
Ed Price and Associates, Inc. wanted to find a way to say thank you to the Archdale community for giving them the opportunity to serve the community for the past 5 years. During 2014, Archdale Friends Meeting and Ed Price completed the renovation project to the exterior of the Ragan House. To celebrate, they sought to house an event worthy of the beautiful homestead they are privileged to call their “office.”