Don't know what to do with your old television, computer or other electronics? Bring them to Randolph County Electronics Recycling Day from 8 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday, April 26, at Randolph Mall, at 345 Randolph Mall in Asheboro.
The house had been taken. It was time to take it back. Mortars fired leaving a cloud of obscuring smoke as Confederate forces emerged from where they were hiding in the trees to face the Union soldiers.
WFMY television news reporter Faith Abubey has covered one too many domestic assault stories. As she addressed a group of women at the second annual Randolph County Family Crisis Center leading ladies luncheon, Faith described what it was like on Jan. 22 to knock on the door of a home where a domestic assault had happened the night before.
Some students were in shock, others moved to tears following a realistic dramatization of a fatal car crash as part of the Vehicle Injury Prevention for a Very Important Person April 3 at Wheatmore High School.
Local historians Mac Whatley and Brad Foley will discuss two new books about Randolph County during the Civil war at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 23.
A high spirited group of athletes practice their basketball techniques each Tuesday morning in the Archdale Parks and Recreation Creekside Park gymnasium. Many members of the team, called The Flames, have had knee replacements or are cancer survivors. Most of them are more than 70 years old.
Guil-Rand firefighters responded to three early-morning fires on Monday. Investigators have already ruled that one of the fires recorded during that time period within a 12-mile radius was as a result of arson.
Appalachian Provisions Company LLC, operated by Greg Wright of Wright of Thomasville, will pursue a physical location for its wholesaling and warehousing operation in Thomasville or Archdale.
The Randolph Community College Foundation has established a high school leadership development program for rising ninth graders, The program is modeled after RCC’s Student Leadership Academy.
A 59-year-old woman from northern Randolph County died about a mile from her home when her car struck a box truck Saturday, March 22.
A woman from Randolph County, who was traveling in a minivan on E. Kivett Drive, died March 19 when the vehicle collided with a truck and was pushed into a utility pole at the intersection with Triangle Lake Road.
Numerous courses in firefighting, emergency care, rescue, safety and leadership skills are scheduled for April 11-13 at RCC’s Asheboro Campus and at the Emergency Services Training Center.
March is coming in like a lion in more ways than one. Another round of winter weather was one thing, but if you haven’t yet, expect to receive your property reappraisal notice this month.
Archdale resident Pauline Cavin, 106, may be the oldest resident in Randolph County.
The Randolph Community College Foundation has established a high school leadership development program for rising ninth graders, modeled after RCC’s Student Leadership Academy.
Open burning is not allowed within Archdale city limits, but Trinity and Randolph County residents in unincorporated areas are allowed to burn under certain conditions.
A late-winter ice storm accompanied by high winds March 6 brought down trees and limbs causing massive power outages lasting several days.
Since 2007, Randolph County children have experienced improvement in key health indicators, including insurance coverage, dental care, teen pregnancy, child deaths and even high school graduation rates.
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.
The North Carolina Democratic Party will hold annual precinct organizational meetings in Randolph County during the first week of March 2014.
The field of candidates seeking state and county offices is sparse. As of Feb. 21, only three races were contested. The filing period ends Feb. 28.
Randolph County residents who have applied for food and nutrition services, also known as SNAP, formerly food stamps, join many others in North Carolina who have experienced delays in receiving an answer on their applications.
At a special called meeting on Friday, Feb. 21, Randolph County Schools decided not to use days previously designated as spring break to make up those missed due to inclement weather.
The Randolph County Health Department confirmed a second flu death this year.
Officials from Randolph County Schools are looking forward to spring. They now face the rather daunting task of making up days when schools were closed due to winter weather or one sort or another. The system has missed a total of 55.5 hours of instructional time during the 2013-2014 school year.