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Firefighter Day Set to Wrap Up Fire Prevention Week This Saturday

Firefighter Day Set to Wrap Up Fire Prevention Week This Saturday

Events
EVENT POSPONED! This event has been postponed due to expected weather and has been rescheduled to Nov 4th, 2023. Photo provided by Randolph County Association of Fire Chiefs via Facebook ASHEBORO N.C. – Sunday marked the start of Fire Prevention Week, and departments throughout Randolph County will be posting information about fire safety leading up to the annual Firefighter Day this Saturday. The Randolph County Association of Fire Chiefs will be hosting its annual Firefighter Day this Saturday, October 14th, 2023, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM at the Randolph County Courthouse parking lot, located at 176 East Salisbury Street in Asheboro. Most fire departments that serve Randolph County will be present with information about fire safety, a chance to meet your local Firefight...
Sherriff’s Office Seeking Help Identifying Suspect in Courthouse Vandalism

Sherriff’s Office Seeking Help Identifying Suspect in Courthouse Vandalism

Crime
https://youtu.be/xbr0XxUfXNo ASHEBORO N.C. - The Randolph County Sheriff's Office is asking for help from the public in identifying a suspect connected to vandalism at the courthouse last weekend. According to an online press release, on January 29th, 2023, the Sheriff Office's Criminal Investigations Division was called to investigate vandalism that occurred at the Randolph County Courthouse on Salisbury Street in Asheboro. Video surveillance of the incident captured the perpetrator, described as a black male, wearing black in color pants, a gray sweatshirt, red sneakers/boots, and a tan in color toboggan throwing rocks through several of the windows. According to the Sheriff's Office, the same subject is believed to be responsible for other vandalisms that occurred the sa...
CHA Set To Hold 4th “Walk a Mile in Our Shoes” Event This Weekend

CHA Set To Hold 4th “Walk a Mile in Our Shoes” Event This Weekend

Events, Health
ASHEBORO NC - Community Hope Alliance (CHA) is set to hold its 4th annual "Walk a Mile in Our Shoes" this weekend.  The non-profit harm reduction organization works to save lives by providing resources & promoting substance abuse education, awareness, prevention, and safety.The walk was started in 2017 to promote awareness of the opioid epidemic that was sweeping through Randolph County. "Our shoes, includes loved ones of people who use drugs, people who are in recovery, people who have lost someone to drugs, people who want to save lives and keep people who use drugs alive and healthy," said Kelly Link - Co-founder/Executive Director of CHA. "We try to teach the community to treat drug users as humans, love and respect them cause treating them as worthless only makes them feel...