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Carver honored at nurses convention

Nearly 500 registered nurses from across the state gathered in Raleigh on Thursday and Friday for the North Carolina Nurses Association’s (NCNA) 115th annual...

State rejects application to open a fifth charter school in Alamance County

Maybe the third time will be the charm for Unity Global Academy, a fifth charter school that had been proposed for Alamance County but...

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Council votes 3-2 for Hooks over Ewing to serve on Main Street provisional board

A divided Mebane city council this week voted 3-2 to appoint the city’s mayor, Ed Hooks, as the council’s second ex officio member of...

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Commissioners OK $1.8M incentives package for Calif. co. that sterilizes medical equipment to build Burlington facility

Burlington city council to vote on its own $1.4 million package Tues. night Alamance County’s commissioners have agreed to pay out nearly $1.8 million over...

Commissioners to consider $1.8 million incentives package for project in Burlington

$71 million facility will be off Anthony Road in Burlington Alamance County’s administrators have released the details of corporate “incentives” request that a company which...

BREAKING TUES.: Judge rules for county, dismisses NAACP lawsuit seeking to remove Confederate statute at courthouse

A visiting superior court judge has rejected a request from the state’s premier civil rights organization to make Alamance County remove a long-standing Confederate...

BREAKING NEWS: judge decides on motion to dismiss NAACP lawsuit against Confederate monument

Visiting superior court judge Don Bridges agreed with Alamance County's attorneys, ruling Tuesday to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the NAACP and other plaintiffs...

Judge to decide Tues. whether to dismiss NAACP challenge to Confederate monument, or set trial date

A visiting superior court judge is poised to decide whether to hold a trial to determine if Alamance County should have to relocate a...