Trinity Mayor Carlton Boyles hopes to have a large turnout to help clean up a two-mile section of N.C. 62, between Surrett Drive and Unity Street, which honors the memory of Jake Carroll.
The Randolph Rotary Club presented awards to two members of the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office.
United Way of Greater High Point stepped up its funding for Mobile Meals provided for Archdale-Trinity residents by the Randolph County Senior Adult Association — just in time.
Newborn kittens in the house. How sweet! Well, not so sweet, not when Mama cat isn’t around.
“In the shadow of the steeples of Thomasville, there are many people who need physical, emotional and spiritual assistance, and that’s what the third annual Thomasville Community Health Fair and Car Show is all about — helping our neighbors meet their health and spiritual needs in an atmosphere of fun and fellowship.”
Without the financial support of Trinity City Council, the city's elderly residents currently receiving home-delivered meals could go hungry when the new fiscal year starts July 1.
It did not take Tori Gross of Archdale long to chart out her first mission after claiming the title of Outstanding Little Miss Thomasville Young Miss.
The SerCo Club is primarily known for its Christmas Cheer Fund, but there’s more to this organization founded on service to community.
Tara Turner of Trinity enjoyed a low-key mother’s Day celebration. The Trinity mother is tireless in her quest to advocate for specialized services for Joseph, diagnosed with autism and a variety of physical ailments.
There are lots of ways to be involved and support Trinity this spring. Won't you come out and be part of it?
The National Association of Letter Carrier’s Food Drive is tomorrow. It’s the largest one-day food drive designed to re-stock the shelves of food pantries, whose supplies often dwindle over the summer.
John Mann Freeze, president and chief executive officer of Commonwealth Hosiery Mills Inc. and former Randolph County Partnership for Children board chair, received the 2013 Ashley O. Thrift Volunteer Service Award.
Postal workers are gearing up for the National Association of Letter Carrier’s Food Drive set for Saturday, May 11. It’s the largest one-day food drive designed to re-stock the shelves of food pantries, whose supplies often dwindle over the summer.
The Chair City Toastmasters donated time and energy after their regular weekly meeting to pick up trash around the Thomasville Public Library.
A crew of volunteers gathered at Community Outreach of Archdale-Trinity to plant a garden of pinwheels — symbols of child abuse awareness.
During the Reality Store event, each student received a random profile which indicated occupation, monthly salary, whether he/she was married and had dependent children. Individuals had to make their monthly salary last long enough to visit housing, clothing, groceries, childcare, health insurance, transportation and entertainment stations.
When Gabriel Barker finally stepped off the school bus, he was befuddled. He wondered aloud, why did Hasty Elementary School cafeteria workers send home lunches with all of the children?
Girl Scout Madison Rotchford is especially passionate about wanting to help animals at the Randolph County Animal Shelter.
“I wanted to help the animals because a lot of them get euthanized because no one goes there to get a pet,” she said. “We just wanted to do something to help the pets.”
When Sandy McGhee and Tracy Brinkley organized the first Empty Bowls project in Thomasville, community members showed up in droves last March to show their support for the vision of eradicating hunger in their corner of the world.
The United Way of Greater High Point, for the third consecutive year, has set a new fundraising record — and is the only major metro area in North Carolina that is raising more funds than in 2007.
Amber and Wesley Sykes were overwhelmed last year when hundreds came out to show their support at their son’s “kidney party.” For their five-year-old son Duncan, it was a celebration of games, a car show, even firefighters. For the family, it was hope for a kidney transplant.
“Realty Store” can be a shocker for high school students.
“They find out very quickly, in most cases, that the money runs out before the needs do,” said Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce President Beverly Nelson.
It takes grit and determination to ride a dirt bike. That’s why organizers feel that a dirt bike ride through the countryside would best honor the memory of Marla Bennett, a vivacious wife, mother and friend who lost her courageous battle against cancer in March 2009 at the age of 47.
Buddy Maness loves to tell stories. One is about a once-mischievous youngster from Anson County and how, growing up in a family with one brother and two sisters, loaf bread was a luxury item.
Three candidates — two of them incumbents — seek two seats on the council, which oversees a $2 million supplemental school tax budget. Members serve three-year terms.