Jerry Yarborough is stepping down as Archdale city manager and into retirement. His last day will be June 1.
During student pick up time, a woman drove her vehicle over the curb at Trindale Elementary School, through the grass in reckless fashion and nearly struck a school staff member, the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office reported Feb. 27.
A Trinity man is being held in the Randolph County Jail after an Archdale Police officer was injured when a vehicle struck his cruiser.
This past December, my two dogs and I were about 25 miles short of completing a trip from Charleston to Greensboro when the van stopped dead in the center lane of Interstate 85.
Archdale Police Chief Shannon Craddock said investigators have no reason to suspect foul play in the death of an Archdale infant.
Sweepstakes businesses now have more parking for clients after Archdale City Council on Jan. 28 voted unanimously to approve a request to amend the city’s ordinance.
Archdale City Council unanimously approved a request from J.L. Darr and Sons to rezone 8.16 acres of Main Street, formerly a driving range, to highway business.
Dr. Stuart Allen, a faculty member of the Bryan School of Business and Economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, had good news for representatives of Archdale-Trinity businesses — a decrease in unemployment and consumer prices.
Residents of an Archdale neighborhood are concerned about a buildup of trash which accumulates where Muddy Creek flows into Randleman Lake near Canter Road.
Archdale City Council tabled a request from a sweepstakes business until its January meeting.
Creekside Park is going to get a bit greener thanks to a grant for recycling.
Archdale-Trinity residents who unboxed e-readers and tablets over the holidays may use these devices to access free digital media — audiobooks, e-books and magazines — through Randolph County Public Library.
A review of local sign ordinances in Archdale and Trinity, hosted by the Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce, will hopefully lead to a better understanding between the cities and the business community.
Archdale Parks and Recreation decked the halls during Creekside Christmas. The free event was held Dec. 6.
A collaborative fundraiser raised $30,000 for cancer research and patient care.
Archdale residents have a change coming in January 2014 — new meter boxes and a new meter reading system.
Archdale’s Community Appearance Commission spent an evening touring the city on Dec. 10 to select the city’s best holiday decorations.
The Community Appearance Commission dedicated this year’s Community Christmas Tree to the memory of J.D. Quakenbush.
Beverly Gaulden of Archdale always believed that eight was her lucky number.
The Piedmont Triad Regional Water Authority received a solid report from its outside auditor, though the document also details a potential financial setback — up to $5 milliion — for the agency operating Randleman Lake.
Participants and parade-goers braved the rain as the Archdale Christmas Parade took place Sunday despite temperatures that hovered barely above the 32 degree mark.
Baker Road will remain closed until June 2014 while the N.C. Department of Transportation replaces the Baker Road bridge over Richland Creek in High Point.
Got questions or concerns about Obamacare, the federal deficit or government spending? Maybe your concerns are more personal. Maybe you just want to voice an opinion.
Some people just stand out in your memory. What they do leaves a lasting impression. This is what Mayor Bert Lance-Stone told Mike Liner, owner of Pioneer Family Restaurant and Steakhouse, when she presented him with a framed copy of a proclamation designating Dec. 4, 2013, as Kathy Liner Day.
Archdale Parks and Recreation will deck the halls for Creekside Christmas, set from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6.