At the United Way of North Carolina Annual Meeting in Pinehurst, held last month, 39 companies and organizations with outstanding United Way campaigns were given the “Spirit of North Carolina” award. Four are from the Greater High Point area.
As a woman wearing an eye bandage exited from occupational medicine services at Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center, two people in the reception area were quickly escorted back to examination rooms.
The merger of two local fire departments may translate into lower insurance premiums for homeowners in the Sophia and Randleman areas.
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.
North Carolina residents can expect to pay a little more the next time they order on Amazon.com. As of Feb. 1, the online retailer began leveying a sales tax on purchases made from the state.
The hum of a newspaper press will be heard again in High Point.
The Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce presented community awards at their annual meeting held Jan. 30 at Colonial Country Club.
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.
At the start of the year, the Guil-Rand Fire Department was in the middle of .. well .. a firestorm caused by the Affordable Care Act.
Randolph County has opted to return a $3,000 grant from the North Carolina Humane Society of the United States because it required them to stop the use of gas chambers to euthanize animals.
Karen Allred, broker and owner of Allred & Company Realtors in Trinity, received the 2013 Ed Mendenhall Realtor of the Year award.
Following a successful 2013 Cheer Fund campaign, Chairman Stan Byrd reported all the goals set by the SerCo Club were achieved.
Archdale City Council tabled a request from a sweepstakes business until its January meeting.
Randolph Community College’s Small Business Center will offer a series of free social media seminars in January for small business owners in the Archdale-Trinity area.
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.
Randolph County Schools have delayed making plans to comply with Senate Bill 402, which would require the system to offer four-year contracts to 25 percent of its teachers.
Cheer Fund Chairman Stan Byrd Sr. was on the road right up until Christmas to ask for donations.
A collaborative fundraiser raised $30,000 for cancer research and patient care.
Yvonne Lockhart recalls a particular Christmas in 1998 when the SerCo Club’s Cheer Fund made a huge difference for her family.
The Pioneer Family Restaurant and Steakhouse and Guil-Rand Fire Department will combine forces in a memorial fundraiser to benefit cancer research on Wednesday, Dec. 4.
There’s good news for early holiday shoppers. A cornucopia of shop-local options will be available this weekend with the annual Holiday Open House and Hometown Holiday, a new event in Trinity.
The attorney overseeing the effort to retrieve money for Zeek Rewards pyramid scheme victims will file a request this month with a federal court to begin distributing payments next year.
Randolph Community College’s Small Business Center continues its series of free informational seminars in November for owners of small businesses or those considering opening their own businesses.
Kyle Farson, a fourth generation pawnbroker and president-elect of the North Carolina Pawnbrokers Association, set out to dispel the myths and rumors that pertain to the pawnbroker business.