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.
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.
Senate Bill 473, introduced by state senators Bob Rucho and Harry Brown, would help consumers better navigate confusing medical bills and collections practices.
Attorney General Roy Cooper said consumers deserve relief from higher energy rates following a Supreme Court ruling that struck down Duke Energy’s latest rate increase.
Postal workers are gearing up for the National Association of Letter Carrier’s Food Drive set for Saturday, May 11. It’s the largest one-day food drive designed to re-stock the shelves of food pantries, whose supplies often dwindle over the summer.
Attorney General Roy Cooper is urging North Carolina consumers doing spring cleaning to remember to shred old documents that may contain personal information. Consumers can shred items for free at more than 20 shredding events taking place across the state this spring.
The majority of shareholders in North State Communications sent a message last week to those who want to compel a sale of the company – we’re not interested.
Trinity City Council unanimously approved $5,000 in incentives for Novamelt Americas, contingent upon the participation of Randolph County.
Some artists create in oils or marble. Not Wayne and Karen Harris — they create masterpieces from buttercream, fondant and white chocolate. Their specialty is custom cakes.
Nearly 100 people got an unexpected morning off March 8 after a fire shut down a pair of businesses on Sunrise Center Drive.
The Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce will hold an informational meeting for ATtUNE, a new networking and leads group, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 14, at Hampton Inn in Archdale.
A bank in western North Carolina whose parent company is based in the Triad has been cleared by a federal regulator after it was cited three and a half years ago for unsound financial practices.
“If I had to characterize Archdale and Trinity, really all of Randolph County, it would be still recovering,” said Bonnie Renfro, president of the Randolph County Economic Development Corporation.
The Hillsville community is going “uptown” with the construction of a Dollar General Store. It will be only the second non-grocery store to open in the small community between Archdale and Asheboro.
The Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce and J&S Café will host the next Coffee and Conversation from 8 to 9 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, at J&S Café, 10210 N. Main St., Archdale.
Six people gained prestigious recognition for accomplishments in the community during the Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce’s 31st annual meeting held Jan. 29 at Colonial Country Club.
Vouchers which help pay for after-school care for eligible clients were reinstated Feb. 1 when Randolph County Department of Social Services received a reallocation of funds.
The co-owner of a former investment firm that was a front for financial fraud and bilked local people for upward of $2 million recently was sentenced to five years in prison.
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.
One of Randolph County’s largest private employers will lay off up to 100 workers in the coming year as part of a corporate restructuring to reduce costs.
Randolph County is following a national trend with increased sales of assault rifles, bulk ammunition and high-capacity magazines.
Kevin Franklin is the new existing industry coordinator for the Randolph County Economic Development Corporation. He will work exclusively with the 340 existing industries now located in the county, providing a full range of economic development services.
Dr. Stuart Allen, head of the Economics Department at University of North Carolina at Greensboro, will give his annual economic forecast at Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce’s Coffee and Coversation set from 8 to 9 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 17.
“I completely understand the need for unemployment payments, but the program needs to be solvent,” said local McDonalds owner, operator and president Tony Delligatti. “I just want to make sure the dollars are properly managed, so that the money we pay on behalf of our employees is still there, if our employees need it in the future.”
Mike Liner wants to up the ante on his Salvation Army Red Kettle Challenge this year. The owner of Pioneer Family Restaurant is inspired to collect $10,000 for the worthy cause — in only two days.