There are lots of ways to be involved and support Trinity this spring. Won't you come out and be part of it?
Kathy Liner at Pioneer Family Restaurant had a big family — us customers.
Now, everyone knows life begins at 40, or so we have been told. But you can’t prove this by me, as 40 was such an ancient yesterday.
Those seeking to reduce deficits and strengthen North Carolina’s economy should make significant investments in early childhood education, according to a new publication by Nobel Prize-winning economist James Heckman.
Those seeking to reduce deficits and strengthen the economy should make significant investments in early childhood education.
United Way campaign chair thanks communities for their help in raising a record breaking $4.7 million.
Children thrive when they have nurturing, supportive relationships and interactions with the adults in their lives. When those adults respond in a caring, nurturing and supportive way, children thrive — but when children are abused or neglected, they are in a constant state of stress.
Freezing temps, rain and sleet couldn’t keep the crowds away at the homecoming for U.S. Army Infantryman SPC Jeremy Young.
Childhood has moved indoors and children are paying the price.
Tax time can be stressful, especially if the person you turn to for help with your taxes doesn’t do the job you expected.
Every time I see a rampant patch of kudzu, I silently curse the folly of those who once thought that the propagation of the detestable vine would be beneficial.
The Trinity Historic Preservation Society will sponsor a program on Sunday, March 3. Mac Whatley, Randolph County historian and publisher, will be giving a presentation on the spinning mills in Randolph County.
Banging the piano lid shut in a fit of rage 10 minutes after practicing new scales. Walking off the baseball field in tears when they strike out. Crumpling up the math worksheet into a small ball of frustration. These are the times that try parents — those challenging moments when kids simply give up.
It’s been a while since I have had the inspiration to sit down a write a column for the newspaper. But the topic of this column is something that has been on my mind for a while. These are my convictions.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and Month of the Young Child, a time when communities come together to celebrate children’s healthy development.
There was a time when the only recreation children had to keep themselves physically and mentally active were outdoor games and indoor hobbies.
It has been noted that “the United States and Great Britain are two countries separated by a common language.” As with many oft-repeated quotes, its origins are elusive. At any rate, there is, as with many aphorisms, much truth to the saying.
“Study hard, go to college and you will get a good job” is the message parents have told their children. But the new reality will require much more than that for our children to succeed.
Early in 2012 Trinity’s City Council was working its way through newly elected members whose views differed greatly from the previous members they replaced. Tempers flared, respectfulness dimmed and reverence for the governing process waned.
The Christmas decorations are put away — well, almost — and New Year’s resolutions made or at least discussed with our children. How wonderful would it be if we could make New Year’s resolutions for other people? Forget that, how awesome would it be if we could make New Year’s resolutions for our kids?
It’s a tough time of year. I used to have this fantasy of Christmas with log fires, lots of rest, fun and laughter and, of course, an impeccably behaved child. The reality was always disappointing — there was lots of rushing around and buckets of stress.
With all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season comes less time for exercise, more time for eating and an added fear of weight gain with vows to get back on track when the new year arrives.
Once again the community pulled off the Archdale Christmas parade.
I guess by now most everyone has seen the new Archdale City Hall building on Balfour Drive. The new City Hall building is unquestionably a very nice building. But I have to confess that I’m a little disappointed. It recently came to my attention that several really great design ideas were disregarded in the final plans ...
Support of small business is a worthy effort for any community. Nationally, Nov. 24 is Small Business Saturday. The emphasis has been supported with TV ads.
The definition of small business may surprise you.