Archdale weighed in at number 15 on a list of the safest cities in North Carolina, according to a list published by SafeWise.com. SafeWise is a company that specializes in home security monitoring systems.
The deadline to file for the Archdale’s Nov. 4 general election came and went Friday at the Randolph County Board of Elections office without newcomers in any of the four city races.
When it comes to agriculture, the environment and all things nature, Caroline Sheffield’s roots run deep. “Both my grandfather and father were agricultural education teachers,” she said smiling a bright, wide smile. “I guess you could say it just comes naturally—no pun intended.”
David L. Allen will face Elworth Cheek and Kyle Dixon in November’s general election after winning the Republican Board of Commissioners District 3 runoff Tuesday over Dave Craven.
Zeb Hanner appreciates what he is leaving behind. He is also ecstatic about the opportunity that lies ahead. Having spent 13 years in Davidson County government, including the last 10 as assistant county manager, Hanner will embark on the newest chapter of his career not far from where he has always called home. Currently serving as assistant county manager, the Thomasville High School graduate will become Archdale's city manager Aug. 1.
Three incumbents, including Mayor Bert Lance-Stone, filed July 8 for re-election in the Nov. 4 municipal race in the City of Archdale.
Ambella Home Collection, a Dallas, Texas based furniture company worth $12 million, may be opening a new location in the former CR Currin building, 503 Aztec Drive in Archdale Industrial Park.
Judging by Todd Henderson’s snappy, blue-soled oxford shoes he’s a man who likes to have fun. But when it comes to caring for and educating Trinity’s youngest students, he’s all business.
Children who may have been daydreaming sat up and paid attention when Sean Amidon brought his pet tarantula to the Archdale Public Library.
The North Carolina Department of Commerce released unemployment numbers for the month of May, rendering a fractional increase for Randolph County – reflecting the statewide outlook.
In the days following resignations of Mayor Fran Andrews and City Councilman Barry Lambeth, city residents remain divided on the direction of its government.
Zeb Hanner, currently the assistant county manager for Davidson County, will begin a new phase of his career Aug. 1 as Archdale's new city manager.
Although it’s summer, cafeteria workers at Trinity Elementary School are preparing to feed a crowd.
Trinity City Council approved an amended 2014-2015 proposed budget at a special meeting June 20 at city hall. Three amendments to the budget will pull funding from the Randolph County Economic Development Corporation, Archdale Public Library and the Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce.
This year's Bush Hill Heritage Festival will not be expanding to accommodate more vendors. Archdale City Council on June 24 voted to deny a request from the Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce to close all of W. White Drive.
The annual Creekside Fun Fourth of July celebration is set for Friday, July 4 at Creekside Park.
County commissioners opted to increase property tax rates to 65.5 cents per $100 valuation rather than the original proposed rate of 65.61 cents.
A fire at an abandoned building in Sophia on Sunday is reportedly connected to a series of five Randolph County fires set in the last three months.
Two months after former Mayor Fran Andrews announced her resignation, the deliberate search for someone to fill the vacant position is ongoing.
Trinity City Councilman Barry Lambeth submitted his letter of resignation Monday, the latest in a series of controversial occurrences in the town’s city government.
Who doesn't love a good cupcake?
That moist and fluffy cake mix, topped with a creamy frosting and sprinkles seems to hit the spot every time. But sometimes that one little cupcake leaves one desiring more. That is not the case at the Babycakes Gourmet Cupcakes bakery in Archdale.
Widely improving unemployment numbers reached their best mark in six years, according to data released by the North Carolina Department of Commerce.
As the local economy continues to grow, so too do the list of businesses interested in locating within the Archdale community.
Some local business owners say, however, this interest does not come without a price. Recent stirrings that Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market will soon set up shop in the adjacent lot to Sheetz on South Main Street have brought mixed reactions.
Steel horse cowboys and cowgirls, it’s almost time to saddle up for the 10th annual Matt Hunt Ride, set for Saturday, June 21 at Hillsville Community Center, 9078 Hillsville Road in Trinity.
It could be a while before Archdale has a new city manager.
A Trinity man is charged with breaking and entering two Lexington residences after he was apprehended May 30 in connection with the theft of an ATV.