Schools on modified lockdown in Trinity.
With no police department and its corporate limits spread over a vast, 17-square-mile territory, providing public safety services to its residents can be a challenge for Trinity.
Former math teacher, principal to lead the district
Motorists who have anticipated for years an uninterrupted ride on an expressway along U.S. 311 will get their wish later this spring.
Trinity High School students will get a small slice of reality next week.
During the countywide Battle of the Books competition, Archdale-Trinity and Braxton Craven middle schools pulled out a few perfect rounds.
State Rep. Pat Hurley’s moment in the spotlight as a legislator has come courtesy of cursive.
“I see all the angels, but where is Jesus?”
Those were the words that 3-year-old Carson said when he drove up on the scene of the mangled Chevrolet Tracker that his father was driving just a few minutes earlier.
A 12-year-old Climax girl was killed Tuesday night after the SUV she was riding in hit a telephone pole.
Randolph Community College’s faculty, staff and students logged a total of 1,817.75 hours of volunteer time in the school’s 50 Minutes for 50 Years Volunteer Action Project during 2012.
A Trinity business is asking for incentives that could bring some more jobs to the area.
Gov. Pat McCrory came to Randolph County Monday to sign his first bill since he took office last month.
Authorities announced that the Thursday deaths of a Randolph County couple were the result of an apparent murder-suicide.
A local teen is giving back to her community by collecting as much denim as she can.
Sage Earnhardt, a sophomore at Trinity High School, is participating in the “Teens for Jeans” drive sponsored by Aeropostale. The purpose of the campaign is to collect jeans, give them to the closest Aeropostale store and the store will donate the jeans to local homeless shelters.
The Randolph County Board of Education has narrowed the field in its search for a new school superintendent.
The school board will begin a series of closed-session meetings to discuss personnel issues related to the search. The system had 22 applicants apply for the position and school officials have now narrowed that pool to seven potential candidates. They will begin interviewing them next week.