Heritage House condos in Greensboro expected to be condemned;...
The City of Greensboro plans to condemn and shut the Heritage House condominiums at the end of the month because of overdue water bills, WFMY reports .
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Kurt Lipscomb brilliant in Morehead City Marlins' 6-1 win over Edenton Steamers
Right-hander Kurt Lipscomb turned it yet another quality outing for Morehead City on Saturday, this time going seven strong innings and helping the Marlins to a 6-1 win over the Edenton Steamers at Hicks Field.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Machine Rescues Require Planning And Preparation
The key to effective machinery rescue is being prepared for the unexpected and know how to get resources to the scene quickly for the best outcome.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Carolina Golf Association NC Junior Boys' 13 and Under Championship
Grayson Wotnosky of Wake Forest, NC captured his first CGA major title defeating Symon Balbin of Pinehurst, NC six and five in the championship match of the 18th NC Junior Boys 13 and Under Championship being hosted by Asheboro City Golf Course in Asheboro, NC.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
The Daily Caller
Medical Examiner Releases Details About Death Of Clay Aiken Primary Opponent
Crisco, 71, died as he walked inside his home in Asheboro on May 12, according to the report.
CGA Announces 18th Carolinas Boys' 13 and Under Championship
The 18th Carolinas Boys' 13 and under Championship will be held at the Asheboro Municipal Golf Course in Asheboro, NC on July 14-15, 2014.
Juanita Kearns shared this photograph of an area baseball team from nearly a century ago.
Rock Hill Herald
Vet-Harris Central United Methodist Church in Asheboro, NC was the setting on Saturday, June 28, 2014 for the marriage of Jessica Wade Harris of Asheboro, NC to Ryan Christopher Vet of Cary, NC.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
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AMY FRADY / NEWS-TOPIC Stephanie Bentley, pictured here, shared duties with her sister Emily as this years blackberry at the 13th Annual NC Blackberry Festival, held in downtown Lenoir.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
With 1,200 employees, it's also the second-largest employer in the county, behind only the Randolph County School System.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Asheboro to demolish former hosiery mill, create parking lot
The city of Asheboro plans to demolish a former hosiery mill building downtown to create a 60-space parking lot, the Courier-Tribune reports.
Organizers share plans for a zoo in Charlotte
There are plans underway to build a zoo in Charlotte. This week, organizers with Charlotte Zoo say they've taken the necessary steps to purchase 110-acres of land in southwest Charlotte.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Kinston Free Press
Woman accused of smuggling marijuana, tobacco into Maury prison
Sheriff Lemmie Smith reports that on Tuesday around 2:30 p.m. the Greene County Sheriff's Office was contacted by officials at Maury Correctional in reference to contraband found at the prison.
Mary Joan Pugh selected 2014 UW Campaign Chair
The United Way of Randolph County Board of Directors has announced that Mary Joan Pugh will be serving as the 2014 Campaign Chair.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Young leukemia patient gets her wish: A visit to the NC Zoo
Apollo climbed Olympia's arm, shimmied up her shoulder and, from the top of Olympia's head, launched himself onto a fence.
Richmond County Daily Journal
City extending sewer service in East Rockingham10:08 pm | 0
The Rockingham City Council voted Tuesday to award a contract to Asheboro-based SKC, Inc. to install more than 2,000 feet of sewer on Marigold and Flowers streets.
Burlington Times News
Franklinville woman pleads guilty to federal fraud
Lisa Turner Wright, 51, was sentenced to a 12 month prison term last week, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Two companies plan new facilities in Randolph County
A pet food start-up and a furniture company are planning to open new facilities in Randolph County and create more than 60 jobs total, according to the Asheboro Courier-Tribune .
Sun Jul 06, 2014
The Mountaineer Publishing Company
A native of Asheboro, North Carolina, he had resided in Haywood County since 1980.