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Monthly Archives: March 2021

Grim news from social services mars progress on pandemic response

Alamance County’s commissioners heard both good news and bad news on Monday when they received reports from two county departments that have been on the front lines of the local response to the coronavirus pandemic. The prognosis was generally upbeat when the commissioners received a...

City seeks federal funds to hire more firefighters

Burlington’s city council has given the city’s fire department the go-ahead to apply for a federal grant that would allow it to beef up its force by four additional firefighters. The council gave its blessing to this grant application on Tuesday after Jay Mebane, the...

Gibsonville board hires Giles as town attorney

Gibsonville’s board of aldermen this week hired its new town attorney, Robert “Bob” Giles, filling the vacancy left at the end of 2020 by the town’s former attorney of three decades, Doug Hoy. The sole applicant for the position — town manager Ben Baxley sent...

Last surviving founder of Haw River’s American Legion post dies at 93

Haw River’s American Legion branch bid farewell to its last surviving founder as World War 2 veteran Richard “Dick” Stout was laid to rest today. Stout, 93, passed away on February 23 at his home. The son of Glenn Henderson and Nettie Mae Perry Stout,...

How much new city staff (and money) will be needed to inspect chicken houses?

A recurring discussion about “backyard chickens” came back home to roost in Burlington this week as city staff members reported back to Burlington’s city council on the projected personnel costs of a plan to let residents raise small flocks of chickens at home. The council...

Legal Notices, Thursday, March 4, 2021

NOTICE On 3/1/21 Certificate of Need review began for Kernodle Clinic Burlington Proj G-12015-21 Devel new diag ctr. Written comments are due to the Agency by 3/31/21. During COVID-19 state of emergency, no public hearings will be scheduled. Contact CON for more information 919-855-3873. Mar. 4. Village...



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