The proposed budget for the 2014 fiscal year will be presented to the Randolph County Commissioners at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 28.
Concerned citizens helped Thomasville Police Department rid their neighborhood of an alleged heroin dealer.
Archdale-Trinity Middle school, representing the Piedmont region, landed in sixth place at the 12th annual North Carolina Middle School state Battle of the Books competition on Thursday.
Let’s be clear — there are no known cases of measles, or people who have close contact with someone who has the illness, in Randolph County. There is no reason to panic.
Thom Tillis, Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives, has appointed Tammy O’Kelley, director of the Randolph County Tourism Development Authority, to the North Carolina Travel and Tourism Board.
The Randolph County Public Library invites kids in their PJs for a “Bedtime Bonanza” to kick off the Every Child Ready to Read, its new early childhood literacy initiative for the whole family.
The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office belives the May 2 fire in Trinity where responders found the remains of a man was accidental.
For the second consecutive week county residents reported vehicles entered and property stolen.
The Randolph County Health Department will offer free MMR vacinations at a special clinic set for 3 to 6 p.m. Friday, May 3, at the Randolph County Community Service Building, 213 Balfour Drive in Archdale.
Archdale-Trinity Middle School will face off against eight other schools for the state Battle of the Books title on May 9 at the University of North Carollina at Greensboro.
Acclaimed author Jeffery Deaver will keynote the Friends of the Randolph Public Library annual meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 2, at the Historic Randolph County Courthouse.
A 19-year-old homeless man faces multiple sex charges for his inappropriate contact with a 14-year-old female.
“Susan Curtis” remembers all too well the night she and her daughter left the home she shared with her husband. Susan had to pull off the road because her hands were shaking too badly to grip the steering wheel.
The Gala for the Children, held by the Randolph County Partnership for Children, generated nearly $51,000 for the Partnership’s endowment fund.
Civil war re-enactments and camp life demonstrations equaled record crowds for General Hardee’s Retreat, held April 20-21 on the grounds of the historic Albertson House. Friends of Trinity organizers call the event a roaring success.
Magic captivates the imagination and makes adults feel like kids again. Grab that feeling and enjoy a fun-filled magical evening — and benefit young people in our area — at Communities In Schools of Randolph County’s second annual “Mystery Masquerade Ball: A Magical Night.”
Motorists who have anticipated for years an uninterrupted ride on an expressway along U.S. 311 will get their wish later this spring.
If S.B. 58 becomes law, boat owners may see registration fees skyrocket from $40 for a three-year registration to $450, an increase of 1,025 percent.
Caterpillar’s Quest is a camp experience designed to assist children in kindergarten through eighth grade in coping with the death of a loved one.
A crew of volunteers gathered at Community Outreach of Archdale-Trinity to plant a garden of pinwheels — symbols of child abuse awareness.
The hearing is to consider preparing and submitting a permit application to the N.C. Department of Eenvironmental and Natural Resources for a regional solid waste landfill in Randolph County. The 667-acre facility would be located on Old Cedar Falls Road in Franklinville Township.
North Carolina A&T State University joins the ranks of colleges and universities that will be represented at Randolph Community College’s 9th University Center night.
The Asheboro Public Library will offer a week of special events for kids and families beginning April 1. This coincides with Randolph County Schools’ spring break.
Randolph County Schools needs $5.7 million to repair and renovate existing facilities — $2 million is needed to renovate four older high schools (Trinity, Eastern Randolph, Randleman and Southwestern Randolph); $1.5 million to replace doors; and $2.2 to renovate Braxton Craven Middle School.
Fewer than nine months after being shot 12 times at point-blank range in eastern Afghanistan, Jeremy Young stood shaking hands and receiving hugs from a throng of well-wishers Saturday in Archdale.