Archdale resident Rocky Brewer may be in need of a new heart, but the people he is surrounded by have some pretty big ones.
Pulling up to Thelma Jarvis’ two-story colonial home in a horse-drawn carriage, guests, dressed as characters from the classic movie “Gone With the Wind,” came for brunch in the backyard, transporting them to the Old South.
State Rep. Pat Hurley’s 15 minutes of proverbial media fame actually have lasted several months, all courtesy of cursive.
The last segment of U.S. 311 in northern Randolph County is scheduled to open Friday morning, a spokesman for the N.C. Department of Transportation tells The High Point Enterprise.
They will eat from your hand, sit in your lap, follow you around the yard, wait for you at the door.
When actress Angelina Jolie went public with her decision to undergo a preventive double mastectomy, the revelation sent shock waves across the nation. Newspapers far and wide plastered her story on their front pages.
A roadway project in the works since President John F. Kennedy traversed the halls of the White House will become a reality early next month.
A Randolph County adhesives manufacturer is considering an expansion that would add 14 jobs to its Trinity location.
A father is making sure that some good comes out of losing his son.
Trinity officials face two significant constraints in fashioning the city’s 2013-14 budget.
A change in how one local U.S. Post Office operates is coming this weekend, but shouldn’t affect service to postal customers, officials said.
The operators of Randleman Regional Reservoir raised their rates on the drinking water they provide to area communities Tuesday, though it doesn’t automatically mean customers of those communities will pay more for the water coming out of their taps.
The view from Alan Ferguson’s 50-acre property in northeast Randolph County takes in Appaloosas and llamas roaming lush green fields.
Linda Leonard’s family has owned 111 acres inside the proposed Greensboro-Liberty Megasite footprint in northeast Randolph County since 1836.
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.