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.
Following the loss of two businesses in Trinity, some residents are blaming the Trinity City Council for thwarted economic development.
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.
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.
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.
Jerry Neal spent some of the happiest hours of his life walking with his great-grandfather Edd Hoover on the property surrounding his home on Snyder Country Road. During those walks, Neal learned just how tight the bond was between his family and the land where they walked and lived.
Bouncing along in the backseat of Beth Koonce’s tiny pick-up truck, down a well-worn dirt path that snakes through her family’s 938 acre Uwharrie River Farms, there is no trace of the 21st century.
The impact of United Way of Greater High Point on Archdale-Trinity residents was evident at their annual meeting held July 30 at High Point Country Club. Many of them were there to extend their thanks and support.
As completion of a renovation project to a 25,000-square-foot facility in the Turnpike Industrial Park nears, the Trinity City Council voted at their July meeting to approve an engineering service agreement with Davis-Martin-Powell & Associates to extend sewer to Ennis-Flint.
Complaints from residents regarding road conditions in Trinity continue to be a source of contention between current and former city officials.
The rare collection of Jerry and Linda Neal is housed in the Neal Vintage Tractor and Industrial Museum in Trinity.
Members of the Trinity City Council reviewed the city's animal control contract with Randolph County during its regular meeting July 21.
Kit Bjerk doesn’t have much to say. He prefers to let his actions do the talking. At 16-years-old, this rising junior has the quiet self-confidence of a born champion, backed by a humble nature that allows him to virtually fade into the background, not to be seen until he flashes by, crossing the finish line in first place.
Less than a year after Archdale thought it solved a noise problem related to outdoor entertainment, Police Chief Shannon Craddock was back before City Council looking to extend the time restriction on loud noise.
Archdale residents Grace Ballard and Carson Elliott like to dig in the sand. There are no pails or shovels involved -- the pre-teen athletes recently earned a spot in the history of an up-and-coming sport.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
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.