With 1,200 employees, it's also the second-largest employer in the county, behind only the Randolph County School System.
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Thu Jul 10, 2014
Cracker Barrel eyeing Mount Airy; Options for Seagrove post office...
Cracker Barrel is eyeing Mount Airy as the possible location for a new restaurant, with the location possibly being a site along U.S. 601 near the U.S. 52 intersection, the Mount Airy News reports .
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
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 .
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Final agreement met on Common Core future in NC
A proposed final compromise on legislation to replace Common Core in North Carolina's public schools could allow portions of the academic standards to remain if state education officials choose.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
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Retiring Liberty police chief honored
As a child, Jerry Brown had a desire to work in law enforcement. Now, 42 years after graduating from Basic Law Enforcement Training at Davidson County Community College, Brown has retired as the chief of the Liberty Police Department.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Regionalism redefined: Chatham site promising for all
Nat Taylor of Winston-Salem firm Taylor & McChesney stands on the 1,818-acre Chatham-Randolph megasite near Siler City.
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Asheboro man charged with 24 counts of statutory rape
An Asheboro man was arrested Tuesday on more than two dozen charges of sex offenses of a juvenile, according to a news release.
Mon Jun 23, 2014
Parents could be kept in the dark about North Carolina charter schools' finances and teachers' performance if state lawmakers don't make a stand for transparency and public accountability.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Fan-favorite elephant dies at North Carolina zoo
The 36-year-old African Elephant died Tuesday night at the zoo in Randolph County after being sick for several days.