Randolph Community College’s Photojournalism instructor Jay Capers won third place in the Environmental Single category of the National Press Photographers Association’s Best of Photojournalism contest recently.
Local historians Mac Whatley and Brad Foley will discuss two new books about Randolph County during the Civil war at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 23.
The Randolph County Partnership for Children’s 2014 Gala for the Children-Wizard of Oz is sold out one month before the event, but there are still ways to contribute.
“Photographic Explorations of Veterans Potential for Peace” is a series of portraits of veterans along with statements about their service.
Project Racing Home Greyhound Adoptions will host fundraiser “Spring with the King” on March 21 at the Greensboro Realtor’s Association. The event will feature Wayne Euliss, Elvis tribute artist.
The Robert F. Hoke Chapter No. 78 of the United Daughters of the Confederacy will hold the 17th Annual Salisbury Confederate Prison Symposium on April 4-6.
Cultural arts are thriving at Randolph County Schools with musical performances.
Randolph Community College photography graduate Jerry Wolford won the Photographer of the Year award from the North Carolina Press Photographers Association for the second year in the row. It was the third time in his career that he has earned the honor.
Two Trinity High School students have been accepted to the Design and Production School at the North Carolina School for the Arts in Winston-Salem.
The North Ccarolina State University Creative Writing Program is accepting entries for its annual statewide Poetry Contest.
Whether you want to take a step back in time to remember the days of your grandmother’s soft comfy quilt or fast forward to today cutting edge quilting techniques, you’ll find it all at the Vintage View Quilt Show.
Volunteers for the Randolph County Partnership for Children are sliding into their ruby red slippers and teaming up to follow the yellow brick road to Kyle Petty’s Adaumont Farm for the Gala for the Children.
No need to worry — the theater program still thrives. Theater students recently joined THS Theater Teacher Michael Johnson to fabricate new curtains to replace the old ones — on a weekend, no less!
Hospice of Randolph County is accepting vendors for its 4th Annual Randolph County Home & Garden Expo fundraiser.
Braxton Craven Band registration meetings have been postponed due to the weather and rescheduled for 4 and 7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 19 and 20, in the Braxton Craven cafeteria.
A Trinity and two Thomasville girls won crowns in the Randolph County Outstanding Little Miss Pageant, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Asheboro.
Three Gold Key Awards will be received by two Trinity High School students at the 36th Annual Eastern/ Central North Carolina Scholastic Art Awards Feb. 2 at the Barton College Scholastics Reception in Wilson.
Amanda Stillwell claimed the title of Miss Trinity 2014 Saturday night in the Joseph P. Gamble Center for the Performing Arts at Trinity High School. Erin Hodges earned first runner-up, and Reagan Davis, second runner-up.
Trinity High School will resume the Miss Trinity Pageant, which had become a long lost tradition.
The NC Miss Amazing Pageant provides girls and young women with disabilities an opportunity to build confidence and self-esteem in a caring and supportive environment, said pageant officials.
Archdale’s Community Appearance Commission spent an evening touring the city on Dec. 10 to select the city’s best holiday decorations.
Do you know about the typhoid fever epidemic of 1904 that struck the Baptist Orphanage in Thomasville?
The Trinity High School Thespians will present “Something’s Afoot” by James McDonald, David Vos and Robert Gerlach Friday through Sunday, Dec. 13-15.
There’s good news for early holiday shoppers. A cornucopia of shop-local options will be available this weekend with the annual Holiday Open House and Hometown Holiday, a new event in Trinity.
During the late 1970s, a local band made a splash at the neighborhood pool. This past weekend, more than three decades later, that same band — now known as the Part Time Party Time Band — made a much bigger splash, being inducted into the Carolina Beach Music Hall of Fame.