Two Community Hero Grand Marshals — Mike Liner and Stan Byrd Sr. — will lead the Archdale Christmas Parade set for 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8.
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.
The NEWS found grateful hearts at each of the Archdale-Trinity area schools.
The Archdale-Trinity Cheer Fund, a project of the SerCo Club, brightened the holidays for more than 300 children and their families last year. According to club president JD Peace, the SerCo elves already have a long list of needy children.
During the year, Randolph County Department of Social Services has seen many children abused, neglected or abandoned by their families. Currently, there are 122 children who, through no fault of their own, will spend the holidays in foster homes, group homes or hospitals.
Trinity High School students learned an exceptional lesson at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC.
Honor rolls from Tabernacle Elementary School.
Honor rolls from Trindale Elementary School.
A portrait of a three-month-old LeAnn Kennedy shows a tiny index finger raised as No. 1. The 1988 Trinity High School graduate was named as “100 To Remember” female athletes for the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 2013 centennial celebration.
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 COAT Queen and COAT Princess Christmas pageant targets a special attribute for its contestants — a heart to help those in need.
During the late 1970s, a local band made a splash at the neighborhood pool. This past weekend, more than three decades later, that same band — now known as the Part Time Party Time Band — made a much bigger splash, being inducted into the Carolina Beach Music Hall of Fame.
A new holiday tradition will begin this year with the first annual Community Christmas Tree.
Trinity High School athletes Kaitlyn Green and Alex McGavic received two of the “Unsung Hero Awards” during the Randolph Sports Council banquet held Oct. 28 at Snyder Farms.
A recent mission trip to Uganda demonstrated not only the skill of a knifemaker, but also his ability to forge a future for orphans and at-risk youth from the village of Bamba.
This year’s “Great NASQUACK Duck Race,” benefiting the Randolph County Partnership for Children, exceeded previous years’ participation.
Janice Spainhour of Ed Price and Associates will lead a come-to-your-door food drive on behalf of Community Outreach of Archdale-Trinity.
Items are needed for silent auction, door prize and raffles which will be part of a commemorative fundraiser in memory of Kathy Liner, co-owner of the Pioneeer Restaurant, who died April 22.
Beautiful weather and a patriotic spirit greeted all at Friends of Trinity’s Veterans Day celebration held Saturday.
Randolph Community College’s United Warriors Club will hold a Veterans Day celebration from 11 a.m. to noon Monday, Nov. 11, in the R. Alton Cox Learning Resources Center auditorium on the Asheboro Campus. The public is invited.
Kevin Heglar is ready for winter. The Trinity resident has amassed a collection of firewood which impresses his neighbors.
Opportunities to participate in 4-H clubs are “beefing” up in the Archdale-Trinity area with a brand new group in Archdale and a growing group in Trinity.
Two local students were honored as STAR3s — “students who are respectful, responsible and doing the right thing.”
Breast cancer was the topic of the Oct. 24 meeting of the Golden Arch Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association.
The search is on for the Archdale Christmas Parade Community Hero Grand Marshal, who will head up the parade set for 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8.