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.
August brought a welcome change of pace for local unemployment rates.
There are pink bras hanging up in Elektra Salon, but it’s not because they’re doing their laundry.
Auto Upgrades, an automotive sales and installation store at 10146 N. Main St. in Archdale, will host a ribbon cutting at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 10, followed by an open house
A convenience store in Sophia just got a little more convenient. Midway Mart, 5958 U.S. Hwy. 311, is now a village post office.
The rate hike granted late yesterday for Duke Energy customers fails to adequately consider the impact on consumers and will be appealed, N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper said.
As the National Do Not Call Registry marks its 10th anniversary this year, historian and author Glenn Chavis doesn’t see much of a reason to rejoice.
The GrayBrier Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Trinity has earned zero deficiencies from their annual 2013 Medicare/Medicaid Recertification Survey, conducted by the Division of Health Service Regulation.
Kayser-Roth’s decision to expand its “Made in America” program through a hosiery agreement with Walmart, as well as the Randolph County Commissioners’ unanimous vote to seek state direction in how to proceed with the Greensboro-Liberty Megasite project, could mean more jobs for Archdale-Trinity residents.
Recycling has come a long way in the last several decades, but few forms of recycling or repurposing have taken on such a unique and beautiful form as the line of furniture and home accessories developed by Drum Works Furniture.
Lieutenant Gov. Dan Forest will participate in a roundtable at Randolph Community College in Asheboro.
Ilderton Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram is sponsoring and playing host to the Ilderton’s High Point Beach Music Blast, presented by the Children’s Home Society of North Carolina, through September and the beginning of October.
Postmaster Allison Spivey of the Trinity Post Office made bail. Good thing. On Aug. 22, she was taken into custody — for a good cause.
There was some good news at Guil-Rand Fire Department’s annual meeting held Aug. 19 at the Main Street station.
In the Archdale-Trinity area, Jerome Davis is a bull rider legend, even having a portion of U.S. 311 named in his honor. What some folks might not realize is the business impact of his arena.
The High Point Public Library will host a free program for first time buyers of computers
Trinity Grill has re-opened for business as Trinity Grill Cafe, said new owners Pasquale Astucci and Cindy Shaw.
Alignment Simple Solutions, an Alabama-based company, will partner with Victory Junction Gang Camp for future philanthropic efforts.
A mix of more than 30 volunteers from The Timken Company and PNC Bank in Randleman recently volunteered their time to work with 22 rising kindergarteners in a three-week Jumpstart program at Randleman Elementary School.
Local unemployment rates remained high in June as the state nears the first month since the end of extended jobless benefits, though Republican leaders say they aren’t thinking about revising the law that cut the length of benefits and the maximum weekly payout.
Fire Chief Brian Cox urges those who live in the Guil-Rand fire district to attend the annual meeting so they can be informed about ongoing critical issues.