At the United Way of North Carolina Annual Meeting in Pinehurst, held last month, 39 companies and organizations with outstanding United Way campaigns were given the “Spirit of North Carolina” award. Four are from the Greater High Point area.
In its fourth year, Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is continuing its councilwide service project, Operation Sweet Treat, to send Girl Scout cookies to military servicemen and women.
Scouts, leaders and families associated with Boy Scout Troop 19 had a lot to celebrate at Boy Scout Sunday — a 50-year legacy and an Eagle Court of Honor.
Sophie Layne Bryant lived only 18 days, but 10 years after her premature death, the Archdale infant continues to have an impact on her community.
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.
Hospice of Randolph County is accepting vendors for its 4th Annual Randolph County Home & Garden Expo fundraiser.
John Andrews, 16, son of Herb and Shandel Andrews of Archdale, recently earned his Eagle Scout Award.
The North Carolina Zoo seeks volunteers to serve as educators, gardeners, giraffe deck operators and Zoo hosts as well as animal caregivers.
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! The Randolph County Partnership for Children’s Archdale-Trinity Gala committee is off to a great start planning for the 2014 Gala for the Children.
The merger of two local fire departments may translate into lower insurance premiums for homeowners in the Sophia and Randleman areas.
The Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce presented community awards at their annual meeting held Jan. 30 at Colonial Country Club.
Elizabeth Simmons of Archdale is on a mission, not a secret mission, mind you, but an overt mission to Washington, D.C.
Army PFC Storm A. Somers graduated from the Infantryman One Station Unit Training in December 2013 at Fort Benning.
More than 50 rising high school juniors and seniors will be selected to participate in the 31st Annual Rotary Youth Leadership Program, set for July 20-26 at Guilford College in Greensboro.
At the start of the year, the Guil-Rand Fire Department was in the middle of .. well .. a firestorm caused by the Affordable Care Act.
Trinity High School will resume the Miss Trinity Pageant, which had become a long lost tradition.
Guil-Rand Fire Department honored two of their finest — Chris White, paid Firefighter of the Year, and Volunteer of the Year Aaron Roberts.
Serving up pancakes has become a tradition for local Rotarians.
One impact from the cold wave here and across the nation could have dire implications for patients in need of medical assistance during an emergency.
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.
Cooks prepare the food. Wait staff plates the food and busboys clean the tables. What’s missing from this café? A cashier.
Following a successful 2013 Cheer Fund campaign, Chairman Stan Byrd reported all the goals set by the SerCo Club were achieved.
Cheer Fund Chairman Stan Byrd Sr. was on the road right up until Christmas to ask for donations.
Jessica Krpejs has amassed a huge amount of ammunition in the war against illiteracy. As part of her senior project she collected more than 2,000 books which she sorted and distributed to local elementary schools.
A truckful of surprises await girls and boys as SerCo Santa makes his rounds.