Get your 4th of July fireworks on at Creekside Park’s celebration along with carnival rides, food vendors, pony rides, live music and an over-the-top fireworks display by Zambelli.
On Saturday, June 27, at approx. 9 p.m. deputies with Randolph County Sheriff’s Office responded to a gunshot wound call that occurred in a mobile home park located on Turnpike Road, Archdale.
A Trinity man facing a murder charge in the death of a 27-year-old Thomasville man remains in Randolph County Jail under a $1 million secured bond.
Second-grade teacher Irma Tillman packed up for the end of the school year but this time, though, it’s for good. She will retire after 45 years of service — all but one of them at Archdale Elementary School.
City council elected to delay a discussion of the pay scale for city employees during its meeting June 8, raising questions about the city budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year.
Members of Archdale-Trinity Tax Advisory Council spent the bulk of their last meeting of the 2014-2015 year punching numbers into their phone calculators.
Splish splash. Trindale Swim Club is open for the business of teaching kids how to swim and keeping people cool in summer.
Twelve-year-old shark attack victim Kiersten Yow achieved another milestone on her road to recovery.
I love being behind a camera taking pictures, partly because it reminds me of my Dad.
The Randolph County Board of Commissioners voted this month to purchase 169.83 additional acres of land for the Greensboro-Randolph megasite near Liberty.
Legislation that would shake up the Trinity City Council got one step closer to fruition last Thursday.
Beginning July 1 the North Carolina Commission for Public Health will make changes to the vaccine requirements and existing documentation of vaccines.
This year marks the tenth since Trinity High School senior Matt Hunt died one week before he was to graduate.
Centenarian John Q. Pugh will share stories from his autobiography, "What’s Next” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 18 at Archdale Public Library, 10433 South Main Street, Archdale.
Trinity High School graduation was conducted Tuesday as planned with little evidence of a vandalism that occurred last week at the school’s football stadium.
Few dry eyes could be spotted at the meeting of city council last month.
City council approved a $12 million budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year at its regular meeting May 26.
The Grubb Family YMCA has a new addition — the Stout Splash Pad. It’s a reason to get outside, get physically active and cool off — all rolled into one.
Archdale Police Department effectively concluded its mission to rid the city of electronic sweepstakes gaming last month, making two arrests in the process.
Some students and staff at John Lawrence hope that “green” will become the new school color while they hope to earn a new playground by collecting and recycling drink pouches over the summer.
Students at John Lawrence Elementary and Trinity High School have partnered to plant a garden and all the fresh produce harvested will be donated to COAT (Community Outreach Archdale Trinity).
The familiar cries of “Play Ball! ” will continue to echo at Hillsville Civitan Athletic Park after the Civitans transferred ownership to the Grubb Family YMCA.
As a part of an initiative by the City of Trinity to make the area more attractive to current and potential land owners, city council voted unanimously to amend its land use plan May 18.
The city renewed its contract with Handy Garbage Service on May 18 with a new five-year contract that will retain the company's services through 2020.
Summertime is a great time to sell recreational items such as boats and vehicles, but according to local realtor Karen Allred, it’s also a great time to buy, and sell, your home.
As professional football players prepare for offseason workouts, so too do cheerleaders for 32 NFL teams.