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.
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.
“Dig Into Reading!” is the Archdale Public Library’s 2013 theme for their annual Summer Reading Program, which will be offered during June and July to keep school-aged children reading during their vacation.
The Randolph County Health Department will offer free MMR vacinations at a special clinic set for 3 to 6 p.m. Friday, May 3, at the Randolph County Community Service Building, 213 Balfour Drive in Archdale.
Residents of the city of Archdale have a reason to be cautiously optimistic — the proposed 2014 budget does not include a property tax increase nor an increase in fees for water, sewer or trash and recycling.
The City of Archdale will begin spring cleaning with two events — Litter Sweep and the annual spring cleanup.
Fewer than nine months after being shot 12 times at point-blank range in eastern Afghanistan, Jeremy Young stood shaking hands and receiving hugs from a throng of well-wishers Saturday in Archdale.
Bring your unused or expired prescriptions and over-the-counter medicines to Operation Medicine Drop, a drug take-back event.
U.S. 311 between Tom Hill and Old Glenola roads will be temporarily closed beginning Tuesday, March 12, weather permitting.
Randolph County started and then postponed the property revaluation set for this year, said Debra Hill, county tax director, but the numbers they have are not exactly inspiring a lot confidence.
The Randolph County Democratic Party will hold a meeting for Archdale-Trinity area voting precincts at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, at the Archdale Public Library.
Officer Tim Keaton was chosen as 2012 Officer of the Year for the Archdale Police Department. He was selected for the honor by his fellow officers, who voted on a list of candidates at the close of the calendar year.
Archdale City Council unanimously approved a change to the city’s noise ordinance following a citizen complaint and advisory board review.
Capt. Shannon Craddock now serves as Archdale's acting chief of police. The appointment follows the retirement of Darrell Gibbs on Feb. 1.
City officials and area citizens honored retiring Archdale Police Chief Darrell Gibbs during a reception Thursday, Jan. 24, at Archdale City Hall. Gibbs will retire Feb. 1.
Archdale City Manager Jerry Yarborough is expected to name an interium police chief this week.
Daniel K. Farmer is the new director of Randolph Community College’s Small Business Center. He will be responsible for organizing, implementing and administering the Center’s program, which provides free classes, small business counseling and links to resources for local entrepreneurs.
Registration is open for a new prekindergarten classroom for at risk 4-year-olds at Childcare Network 149 in Archdale. The program is funded by the state’s NC Pre-K program.
Wheatmore High School senior Emily Bunton is among the best clarinet musicians in the nation. On Jan. 5 she performed in the marching band at the 17th annual U.S. Army All-American Bowl game at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.
This Saturday, Jan. 26, will be a “fun way to learn about fire prevention and have a good breakfast,” said Guil-Rand Fire Chief Brian Cox.
Brian Clodfelter has been appointed Archdale’s acting parks and recreation director, following the retirement of Elaine Albertson.
“The Arts Council is delighted to host Dinner Dancing and the Arts again this year for the community,” said Vicki Fletcher, president of the Northwestern Randolph County Arts Council. The event is scheduled from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, at the Archdale Recreation Center in Creekside Park.
Archdale officials are worried over the potential impact of a lawsuit against Piedmont Triad Regional Water Authority. At some point the city may have to pay its share of a possible $5 million in damages, plus court costs.
Archdale-Trinity SerCo Club member JD Peace has taken on a new role — chairman of the Archdale Christmas Parade.
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