One of the great things about our little corner of the Piedmont is its deep sense of community. For the second year, Davis Feed and Seed has hosted the Dreaming Big Deer Hunt for local handicapped citizens.
The Archdale satellite office of Randolph County Department of Social Services will relocate to its permanent location at 402 Balfour Drive following the Thanksgiving holiday.
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.
This year’s “Great NASQUACK Duck Race,” benefiting the Randolph County Partnership for Children, exceeded previous years’ participation.
Archdale, Trinity and Randolph County have vacant seats on citizen advisory boards.
Three new eMax pumpers will increase the efficiency and the Department of Insurance rating for Guil-Rand Fire Department.
The WIC program is back online, but it may only be a temporary fix.
The Piedmont Triad Host Group met recently at the Winston-Salem Convention and Visitors Bureau to elect new officers for 2013-14. Two of those selected represent Randolph County.
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 Randolph Arts Guild will feature a small group show, “Art on the Dark Side,” during October. The show will feature works of art with a definitively darker tone and subject matter.
A parent walks up to the door of an elementary school in Randolph County, but gone are the days when they can just walk inside.
The Archdale-Trinity supplemental school taxes will provide about $2.06 million in additional revenues for Archdale-Trinity schools during the 2013-2014 year.
Two men have been charged in connection to a Sept. 16 robbery at Tokyo Express in Asheboro.
Three Archdale-Trinity schools now offer free breakfast to all students — Hopewell and Trinity elementary schools and Wheatmore High School.
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.
Transportation staff at Randolph County Schools have already begun the process to install two-way radios in school buses.
Lieutenant Gov. Dan Forest will participate in a roundtable at Randolph Community College in Asheboro.
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 Randolph County Sheriff’s Office is still searching for one of four men who allegedly stole scrap metal and a vehicle during two break-ins on Aug. 7 and 8 in the Franklinville and Red Cross areas.
Eight of the 10 cases of pertussis, or whooping cough, reported in Randolph County this year were in the Archdale-Trinity area.
Randolph County Schools will welcome returning students Aug. 26, but for kindergartners it will be something new altogether.
Employees of the agency that operates the Randleman Regional Reservoir are coping with the fallout from a lightning strike during a storm Friday afternoon that hit an above-ground water tank and took out eight units of equipment.
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.