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North Carolina man arrested in Denton after breaking into home, Randolph County deputies say
RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — A man has been charged after being accused of breaking into a home, according to deputies with the Randolph County Sheriff's Office. On Friday, Randolph County deputies responded to the 7000 block of Charles Mountain Road in Denton about a reported burglary in progress. The responding deputy could see that a window had been broken and there was a chair on the ground directly beneath it.
'I was shocked:' Parents of Lexington day care given less than 2 weeks notice of closure
LEXINGTON, N.C. — Parents are scrambling to find a day care for their kids after a Lexington daycare announced it's closing its doors. Parents of children at Coggins Church Child Development Center were given a letter Feb. 19, 2024, stating that the daycare would be closing March 1, 2024.
New jobs coming to Liberty that will support Toyota Battery plant
Randolph County leaders announced a new facility in Liberty will create 133 jobs that will help support the Toyota Battery plant, also in Liberty.
Two Republicans running for 80th House District seat in Davidson County
DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — Two familiar names are on the ballot in Davidson County for the upcoming GOP primary election. Eddie Gallimore and Sam Watford are running to represent the 80th House District, which covers the eastern part of Davidson County. Gallimore is the challenger in this race and...
State playoffs: Home dates dot early postseason slates for Randolph County teams
Uwharrie Charter Academy’s Kayla Brown shoots against Randleman’s Audra Petty during the regular season. The girls’ teams for UCA and Randleman both have home games to start the state playoffs. (PJ Ward-Brown/Randolph Record) Boys’ basketball teams from Randleman and Eastern Randolph could play multiple home games in...
Albemarle Police Reports – Feb. 25, 2024
Albemarle Police Department reports the following: • Kenneth Rae Lindsay (B M, 64) Arrest on chrg of Misdemeanor Larceny (M), at 1004 W Main St, Mt Gilead, on 02/25/2024. The post Albemarle Police Reports – Feb. 25, 2024 appeared first on The Stanly News & Press.
Oh, deer ... and cats, too
In the case of deer, it could lead to a second hunting season with bows and arrows. On Feb. 8, council members passed the first vote for an Urban Archery Deer Hunting Program after reviewing a drafted policy manual from City Attorney Jeff Sugg. It will require a second vote at their March 7 meeting to be adopted.
Albemarle to open Public Housing waiting list
The City of Albemarle’s Public Housing Department will open waiting lists for both of its Public Housing communities. The Public Housing Department operates Amhurst Gardens and Elizabeth Heights. A 9 a.m. March 4, a new wait list for both communities will be opened. Individuals who previously applied after Sept. 29, 2023, will need to reapply. […] The post Albemarle to open Public Housing waiting list appeared first on The Stanly News & Press.
Amid questions, concerns, here’s a projects update
ASHEBORO — A change order request for work at the Zoo City Sportsplex drew questions from members of the Asheboro City Council during a special called meeting on Feb. 23. The list of projects by Terry’s Plumbing, the general contractor at the complex, included work that had been completed even though the City Council had not approved it. That brought questions from Joey Trogdon.
Singing Americans set first rehearsal
The North Carolina Singing Americans of Stanly County will begin rehearsals for the 2024 Patriotic Concert Season at 6:30 p.m. March 18 at Grace Baptist Church, 644 Edgemont St., Albemarle. Bob Remsburg will direct the Singing Americans for the performances scheduled and invites all returning members and individuals who would like to join the Singing […] The post Singing Americans set first rehearsal appeared first on The Stanly News & Press.
Albemarle, February 28 High School ⚽ Game Notice
The South Davidson High School soccer team will have a game with Albemarle High School on February 28, 2024, 17:00:00 CST. Building the Complete Soccer Athlete: Train Like a Pro!.
Today the gas price is close to $2.99 in Denton as of 2024-02-25. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Sunday is $3.262, a week ago the price is $3.279 , according to AAA.
A Culinary Journey: 3 Asheboro Pizzas That Will Change Your Life
This article presents three noteworthy pizza places in Asheboro. Have you had the opportunity to taste their offerings yet? We'd love to hear your thoughts, so feel free to leave your comments below!
Louis Cato’s Road from Albemarle to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
When Louis Cato was growing up in Albemarle, some buddies from a church youth group would drop by for jam sessions in the Cato family basement. The teens strayed more than once from church-approved melodies to tunes Louis hadn’t heard before. A few notes in, he recalls, a voice would pierce through the guitars.
Randolph County Resident Jonathan Toomes Arrested on Multiple Charges Including Drug Possession
Jonathan Charles Toomes was arrested by the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office Urban Criminal Interdiction Team on February 20, 2024. The arrest took place during a traffic stop in Randleman due to minor violations. A search of Toomes' vehicle revealed methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, and a concealed weapon.
Press Release: Livestock case leads to nine felony charges for Davidson County Couple
On Tuesday, February 6, 2024 Ashlyn White, and her husband Nathan White were charged and arrested for One Felony Count Animal Cruelty and Nine Misdemeanor Counts of Animal Cruelty. Mr. and Mrs. White are scheduled to appear in District court on March 7, 2024 at 0900 in Lexington, NC. On...
Descendants from all walks of life meet in Randolph County for family reunion
RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — Randolph County isn’t where Rik Vigeland was born, but in a way, this is where his story begins. At Oddfellows Cemetery in Asheboro in a section reserved for Black people, Vigeland’s ancestors lie, bearing the name that connects him to so many people all over the country. Through decades of […]
Randolph Community College Hosts Automotive Day for Local High School Students
Randolph Community College (RCC) recently held an Automotive Day. The event, in collaboration with local K-12 school systems, aimed to introduce high school students to the automotive industry. It was held at the Richard Petty Education Center, a facility named after the local NASCAR legend.
Stanly basketball teams qualify for postseason
Along with the Albemarle women’s basketball team and the men’s teams from South and North Stanly, several other teams qualified for the NCHSAA state playoffs this week. 2A Playoffs Both West Stanly teams qualified for the postseason and are in the Western Region. The West women’s team, having won the Rocky River Conference regular-season crown, […] The post Stanly basketball teams qualify for postseason appeared first on The Stanly News & Press.
Thomasville officers looking for suspect connected to car robbery and chase
THOMASVILLE, N.C. — Officers with the Thomasville Police Department said they are looking for one person in connection to an early morning car robbery and chase. On Saturday, Feb. 17, a patrol sergeant who was observing traffic in the 400 block of Julian Avenue, saw a Hyundai Accent and a Kia Sportage traveling north. Officers said both cars were making U-turns in the middle of the street turning onto East Sunrise Avenue.