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.
Randolph County Sheriff’s deputies have identified a body found at a house fire Thursday night in Trinity.
Randolph County Sheriff’s office and fire marshals are trying to figure out what caused a fire that killed a man Thursday night.
An Archdale man is in jail and a large sum of illegal drugs are off the street after Archdale Police Department arrested the man for drug trafficking.
Duke Energy announced Monday that it will partner with Randolph County to offer a 200-acre site for future industrial development.
Communities in Schools of Randolph County invites you to use your imagination and little bit of magic in order to help the county’s children get what they need to succeed.
One class of kindergartners started on their foreign language journey six years ago.
Now, those kindergartners are fifth graders and will be the first class of students to graduate Hopewell Elementary completely bilingual and fluent in Spanish.
Should Trinity’s employees keep more detailed records of their work, or are they stretched too thin as it is?
A Randolph County adhesives manufacturer intends to move forward with a proposed expansion now that two local government bodies have authorized incentives for the project, according to a company official.