where community & commerce meet

Let’s keep the Heart of NC thriving.

Dedicated to bringing positive stories of local residents and businesses to the forefront. Applying the perfect balance of advertising and organic appeal, Randolph Living connects unique local businesses with an eager audience. The heart of North Carolina is filled with quality merchants, upstanding citizens and a rich history worth talking about. It’s the home of the North Carolina Zoo, for goodness sake! Join the positive community movement and help keep  Randolph County thriving.


Serving Asheboro & Beyond

Home to the North Carolina State Zoo, as well as one of the last remaining covered bridges in North Carolina and so much more, Randolph County was named for Peyton Randolph, first president of the Continental Congress. Steeped in a rich history and nestled among rolling hills, rivers and forest land, even today Randolph County remains small-town living at its best — yet close enough to larger cities to enjoy their offerings while avoiding the urban trappings of high traffic and congestion. Click on any area below to learn more about that community.

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Ask the EXPERT

What’s your expertise?  Our Ask the Expert spots establish you as our “resident expert” in your field. Reserve your advertorial spot today.


Are you a history enthusiast?  We’d love to feature your writing (and/or images) in our history section.


the Heart of North Carolina — Local businesses rely on the support of the surrounding area. The tourist industry, inclusive of area residents who could visit on a day trip, is a great resource as well. We’d love to spotlight your business to encourage visitors and highlight your features and amenities.


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RANDOLPH LIVING is a freely-distributed community magazine dedicated to the people and businesses that make Randolph County a great place to live, work and play.


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