Friends of Trinity invite everyone to step back in time and experience the War Between the States at Hardee’s Retreat, a Civil War battle re-enactment.
Investigators at Guil-Rand Fire Department have determined the cause of a March 21 fire which destroyed a home at 3540 Meadowbrook Drive.
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.
Trinity City Council voted 7-1 to amend its city ordinance to allow the council to appoint members to its committees and as advisory board liaisons.
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.
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.
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.
Following an epic season in which he notched his 500th career win and was named PAC-6 Coach of the Year, Trinity High School’s head basketball coach Tim Kelly will retire March 31.
Trinity City Council altered their “chain of command” March 4 by appointing Planning Director Julie Maybee as the person “in charge” in the event City Manager Debbie Hinson is absent for an extended length of time.
Shortly after being called to order Saturday morning, Trinity City Council voted unanimously to cover only a few items on its retreat agenda and recess the remainder to another date.
When Trinity City Council unanimously approved a resolution to borrow $3.1 million to complete sewer Phase 5 at its Jan. 23 meeting, it represented the last of the $15 million voters authorized the city to borrow in 2004.
Members of Trinity City Council had a decision to make — build or purchase a storage building or build a public works facility. They made partial headway on that question Jan. 23 when they voted 6-2 to build a 50-by-60-foot building on city property on N.C. 62, about 601 feet from the road.
Dr. Stuart Allen, a faculty member of the Bryan School of Business and Economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, had good news for representatives of Archdale-Trinity businesses — a decrease in unemployment and consumer prices.
Members of Trinity City Council have a decision to make — build or purchase a storage building or build a public works facility.
The Fair Grove Fire Department Inc. will hold its annual meeting and election of officers at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23, at station 43 at 211 Cedar Lodge Road in Thomasville.
Trinity Councilwoman Debbie Frazier had her day in court on Jan. 7 to face charges of misdemeanor larceny, possession of stolen property and stealing political signs. She received deferred prosecution.
A review of local sign ordinances in Archdale and Trinity, hosted by the Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce, will hopefully lead to a better understanding between the cities and the business community.
There’s been another changing of the guard in Trinity.
Hopewell Elementary School students will get a few days before their holiday break to enjoy Pruitt’s Playground, dedicated in memory of a beloved teacher.
Tommy Poland said giving blessings to unknowing shoppers on Black Friday was not his idea, but God’s.
It isn’t often that celebrities visit the city of Trinity, but when Friends of Trinity members invited Santa Claus to visit, he enthusiastically agreed.
Eight residences along Braxton Craven Road in Trinity may be able to hook on to the municipal sewer system by New Year’s. Construction on the sewer lines is expected to be completed in December.
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.
Trinity Councilwoman Debbie Frazier has been assigned a Jan. 8 court date on charges alleging she stole another council member’s political sign.
Election results in two races for seats on Trinity’s governing body stood following a Friday recount.