What a difference a year has made for Thomasville’s Linda Delamarter and her health.
Warm weather offers more opportunities for outdoor activities and those outdoor activities offer more ways to get scrapes, cuts and puncture wounds.
Several residents reported that property had been stolen from their vehicles.
With prom, senior projects and exams behind them, seniors at area high schools look forward to a full schedule of events leading up to graduation on June 7.
A Charlotte-area company that took orders and money for heaters that it failed to deliver has been ordered to cease selling products or accepting payments from consumers.
Eight students from Randolph County Schools (high and middle schools) who were recognized as first, second or third place winners at FBLA State Conference. Seven of those eight were from Archdale-Trinity Middle School.
Shannon Craddock, acting police chief for the city of Archdale, successfully graduated from the 2012-2013 municipal administration course of the School of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The Compensatory Education Program at Randolph Community College will hold two simultaneous life-care planning workshops, one for parents and guardians and the second for disabled adults.
Everyone take a deep breath. Exhale. Now repeat this — the Archdale branch of the High Point Post Office is not closing and mail service will not be disrupted.
Wounded warrior U.S. Army Specialist Jeremy Young plans to return to North Carolina after a follow-up visit from surgery on his left arm May 2 at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas.
Things got a little heated at Trinity’s pre-agenda meeting on May 14.
The proposed budget for the 2014 fiscal year will be presented to the Randolph County Commissioners at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 28.
Concerned citizens helped Thomasville Police Department rid their neighborhood of an alleged heroin dealer.
A Trinity man faces multiple charges after police received a call in reference to a drunk driver in a black 1999 Nissan traveling north on S. Main Street.
Archdale-Trinity Middle school, representing the Piedmont region, landed in sixth place at the 12th annual North Carolina Middle School state Battle of the Books competition on Thursday.
The SerCo Club is primarily known for its Christmas Cheer Fund, but there’s more to this organization founded on service to community.
Two social media seminars, hosted by the Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce and Randolph Community College’s Small Business Center, will be offered May 22.
4-H summer camp offers activities that can lead to new hobbies and may even help children choose a career path that will lead to a successful, productive future.
A proposed sewer maintenance contract with Thomasville will land in the laps of Trinity City Council for consideration now that the Infrastructure Board has given it their unanimous recommendation.
An Asheboro man faces multiple drug charges after the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office on May 9 searched his residence and discovered marijuana and other paraphernalia.
The National Association of Letter Carrier’s Food Drive is tomorrow. It’s the largest one-day food drive designed to re-stock the shelves of food pantries, whose supplies often dwindle over the summer.
Registration is open for Guil-Rand Fire Department’s summer Fire Camp set for July 22-26. Campers must be from 7 to 10 years old and live in the Guil-Rand fire district or attend one of its elementary schools to be eligible.
Senate Bill 473, introduced by state senators Bob Rucho and Harry Brown, would help consumers better navigate confusing medical bills and collections practices.
Let’s be clear — there are no known cases of measles, or people who have close contact with someone who has the illness, in Randolph County. There is no reason to panic.
Trinity officials are laying the groundwork for the final piece of critical infrastructure for the city.
Caitlin Tiller of Trinity is set to graduate on June 7. She has her red cap and gown, but she lacks one thing that other Wheatmore High School seniors have — her photo in the school yearbook.