TRINITY — A financial audit presented by an accountant from Winston-Salem-based Gibson and Company at the January meeting of Trinity City Council indicated the city is in good financial standing.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — Eleven current outbreaks of COVID-19 in local congregate living facilities and an increase in individual cases continue to draw the attention of Randolph County officials, even as vaccines are being administered.
TRINITY — Following a code enforcement report earlier this month during the regular January meeting of Trinity City Council, a council member confronted staff members regarding comments made about the city manager.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — The Randolph County Board of Commissioners received a report on its reappraisal schedule, as the state continues to urge counties to move to shorter revaluation cycles.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — As schools continued to hold classes and athletic events during the COVID-19 pandemic, challenges associated with the health crisis were the subject of this week’s Randolph County Board of Education meeting.
ARCHDALE — The year 2020 brought with it countless consequences of a pandemic, but the planning process continues for a city in the midst of a transition from a quaint place with a small-town feel.
ARCHDALE — The virus did not win this Christmas season, as the Archdale-Trinity SerCo Club Cheer Fund succeeded our fundraising goal. Members of the Archdale-Trinity SerCo Club express their gratitude to generous members of the community who made contributions to the Annual Cheer Fund. The c…
ARCHDALE — An annual update on the Archdale Parks and Recreation by City Manager Zeb Holden brought city council’s attention to Creekside Park’s new amenities and its fulfillment of a years-long plan.
Local residents may have noticed something different about the usually plain gray metal traffic boxes on various streetlight intersections along N. Main Street and NC 62 (Trindale Road). Sponsored in part by the city’s Community Appearance Commission, the traffic boxes at 10 intersections we…
RANDOLPH COUNTY — At the most recent meeting of the Randolph County Board of Education, Finance Officer Todd Lowe presented the board with information regarding the county’s sports schedule.
TRINITY — When Marlon Morris became the head football coach at Trinity High School in April, he could never have imagined what his first year at the helm would look like.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — A letter circulated to Randolph County employees recently stressed the importance of making responsible decisions about who they are around during the pandemic while they are not at work.
ARCHDALE — The Archdale-Trinity Cheer Fund kicked off with the Archdale Christmas Parade on Dec. 6. Although these are crazy times we are currently dealing with, we are not allowing the virus to kill our Cheer Fund. We do our best to help children in our school system have a Merry Christmas.…
RANDOLPH COUNTY — Eight outbreaks of COVID-19 in local congregate living facilities and an increase in individual cases have again elicited concern from Randolph County officials.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — Two area high schools will remain stationary as others move to new classifications next season as a part of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s realignment, the organization announced last week.
TRINITY — In the midst of a year that has forced countless traditions to be cancelled, the city of Trinity will observe its holiday get-together tonight in a slightly modified fashion.
ARCHDALE — A pandemic might have drastically altered the way cities do business, but Archdale leaders are continuing their holiday tradition of supporting those in need.
ARCHDALE — The Archdale-Trinity Cheer Fund was established to help provide clothes, food and toys for children of needy families residing in the Archdale and Trinity communities. Thirty-seven years later, the mission continues.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — Following another seven days in which Randolph County set its high mark for COVID-19 cases for a fourth consecutive week, Darrell Frye, chairman of the Randolph County Board of Commissioners, addressed residents via the county’s YouTube channel.
TRINITY — Athletes across the state returned to play this week after an eight-month layoff, as the North Carolina High School Athletic Association saw its first action since the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in March.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — A year that saw more votes cast in a presidential election than ever before was met with the same enthusiasm by Randolph County voters, who made history.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — Republicans in Randolph County held onto their seats in state and local elections, as voters turned out for down-ballot races in a presidential election cycle.
ARCHDALE — A large project at Creekside Park will soon commence as a local company has been approved to complete grading and paving for additional parking at Archdale’s premier recreational facility.
HIGH POINT — As temperatures drop, the United Way of Greater High Point is cranking up its Gift of Warmth initiative, which collects and distributes heaters to help seniors and families who have emergency heating needs.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — Since the return of classes in August, officials with Randolph County Schools have worked consistently to keep students in classrooms as much as possible.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and the interruption of athletic seasons, school officials in Randolph County took action earlier this month regarding middle school sports schedules.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — After a discussion last week about elementary school students returning to campus full time, the Randolph County Schools Board of Education reconvened this week and ultimately determined a four-day week is necessary.
TRINITY — City council members have voted to relegate future businesses in Trinity which target a seedier demographic to areas with some distance from more customary family establishments.
ARCHDALE — As voters in Archdale headed to the polls to begin early voting last week, they were met with long lines, with early returns indicating this year could see a historic number of individuals cast ballots this fall.
ARCHDALE — Some may think age 9 is too early to be working with Artificial Intelligence, yet that is just what campers at Randolph Community College's Armadillo Adventures Summer Camp recently did at the Archdale Center.