The president of Archdale-Trinity SerCo Club will be tasting chili instead of making it this year at the 4th Annual Big Galute Chili Cook-off and 5K run set for this Saturday, Sept. 27 at Creekside Park, 214 Park Drive, Archdale.
Senior citizens became the focus of a presentation from Carl & Linda Grubb Family YMCA representatives at the regular meeting of the Trinity City Council on Sept. 15.
In a Randolph County courtroom, Bailiff Shontavia Grandbery proclaims that court is in session. Judge Drew Weiner presides as prosecuting attorneys Delanie Foster and Robert Dzurenka call defendant Aleah Honeycutt to the witness stand.
The Trinity City Council unanimously approved amendments to the city zoning ordinance Sept. 15 at its regular meeting regarding electronic gaming operations.
The Trinity City Council approved the investigation of a petition to annex a small portion of land during a Sept. 8 pre-agenda meeting.
When one scout makes Eagle, it is cause for celebration. But five scouts from Troop 72 of Poplar Ridge Friends Meeting celebrated their court of honor together on Saturday, Aug. 30.
Family, friends and the communities of Archdale, Trinity, High Point and Boone mourned the passing of Anna Smith, 18, who had been missing for 10 days.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 30 percent of children in North Carolina, ages 10 to 17, are either overweight or obese.
Throughout the state, 95 of 100 counties saw unemployment numbers rise in July. Randolph County fell among the the majority as the unemployment rate climbed to 6.4 percent, according to statistics released by the N.C. Department of Commerce – Labor and Economics Division.
The City of Trinity will renew its Adopt-a-Highway clean up in honor of Jacob Carroll, an Army specialist and graduate of Trinity High School who was killed in Kandahar, Afghanastan in 2010.
With his visionary ideas, educational acumen and fearless pursuit of positivity, Brad Phillips is redefining what it means to be an effective high school principal in the modern age.
The signs are up, the streets are marked and volunteers are ready to don their neon shirts for the 29th annual Bush Hill Heritage Festival.
As the Trinity City Council filled three vacancies Monday, it also lost a staff member. Julie Maybee, the city's planning director, resigned her position effective Sept. 1 during the planning and zoning meeting Aug. 25.
Archdale is booming. In terms of economic development, that is. The city has four ongoing projects and one pending, Mayor Bert Lance Stone told City Council on Aug. 26, more than any other area in Randolph County.
Four months after its last mayor voluntarily left public office, the City of Trinity has a new mayor.
Since 1935, Archdale’s littlest residents have been lining up and putting on a brave face for the first day of school at Archdale Elementary and this year was no different.
As a parent, it’s easy to be carried away by the back-to-school whirlwind that blows in this time each year. In the mad dash to buy backpacks, pencils and glue-sticks, as well as fill out endless stacks of permission forms, some basic health-related necessities your child needs to start the school year off right such as vaccinations and a physical exam may go overlooked.
In his annual report, Fire Chief Brian Cox revealed the best possible news — for the sixth straight year there were no fatalities due to fire in the district. Property value exposed to fire during the year amounted to $19,723,637 — 96.67 percent or $19,067,642 was saved.
Following the loss of two businesses in Trinity, some residents are blaming the Trinity City Council for thwarted economic development.
An Eagle Scout candidate has embarked on an ambitious project to construct a helicopter landing pad behind Guil-Rand Fire Department Station 39 at 6258 Welborn Road. Michael Russell, 14, will need to raise $35,000 to fund the project.
The themes of life, death, marriage, home and family are featured in Trinity songwriter Donna Hughes’ upcoming music video release.
Construction for the new Dollar General store, which will occupy the space formerly leased by Leach & Wagner grocery store, is underway at 7218 N.C. Hwy 62 in Trinity.
As the huge iron gates mounted to two stonework pillars beside Snyder Country Road swing open, visitors to Linbrook Hall may be overwhelmed with the feeling they are stepping back into another era. The driveway is only three-quarters of a mile but it may as well be three thousand.
For the first time in five years, U.S. Sen. Richard Burr was at Randolph County Community College to brush up on what students currently entering the workforce are learning.
As area schools draw closer to the first day of classes on Aug. 25, local law enforcement agencies are prioritizing children’s safety and urging motorists to keep safety at the forefront of their minds.
Public school teachers across the state will receive pay raises as a part of a $21 billion budget passed by the Republican-led N.C. House of Representatives.