Archdale lawyer Jim Tennant will retire from the law practice he founded in 1977. His business partner Pete Jarvis will continue the practice. Tennant started the practice with the purpose of helping people in the Archdale-Trinity area.
When the school session opens later next month, four Archdale-Trinity schools will have new administrators at the helm.
At least for one day, the identity of the city's next council member remained a mystery.
Construction at the soon-to-be Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market on South Main Street is signaling the literal and figurative change in landscape for the community.
As the calendar creeps closer to the end of the month, lovers of Italian food can soon rejoice. July 29 is National Lasagna Day.
In a remote Sophia location, two men and a woman work feverishly to locate missing royalty. The queen in question hasn’t been sighted for more than a day.
As new performers and an Anniversary Avenue add spice to this year’s event, the Bush Hill Heritage Festival remains the same big, friendly block party people have been coming back to for 30 years.
Unemployment in Randolph County jumped from 5.0 percent to 5.6 percent in May, per the N.C. Department of Commerce — Labor and Economic Analysis Division.
Trinity High School teacher Caroline Sheffield recently received the distinction of Beginning Teacher of Excellence by Randolph County Board of Education.
The Greensboro-Randolph megasite was again the focus of discussion at the annual meeting of the Randolph County Economic Development Corporation.
City Council approved the proposed 2015-16 fiscal year budget at its regular meeting June 29.
A benefit meal will be held 5 p.m. Saturday, July 18 at Trinity Memorial United Methodist Church, 7140 NC Hwy. 62, Trinity.
Other than spending more time with his family, which includes his wife Cindi, children and three grandchildren, retiring Assistant Fire Chief Mike Witcher doesn’t really have any definite plans.
Pianist Johnnie Matthews was patient as members of the choir greeted each other prior to worship services at St. Mary’s United Methodist Church.
Beginning in December, the City of Trinity will have a council of five members, per legislation approved July 2.
Emotions are running high between elected officials in Randolph County following the controversial law that will reduce the size of Trinity City Council and cut terms from four years to two.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.