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Monthly Archives: April 2021

Busy Season Solutions

In this edition: Egg Roll Bowl with Shrimp, Parmesan Crisps, Avocado Chocolate Mousse, Yogurt Parfait For those who are always on the go, it can be difficult to find time to whip up meals and snacks that are both nutritious and tasty. However, with some...

Jim’s Hotdogs and Hamburgers closes after 60 years in Graham

Since last Thursday, the glass-front of Jim’s Hamburgers and Hotdogs has been dotted with paper flyers announcing the closure of the Graham establishment, thanking patrons who visited over its 60-year run, and assuring — emphatically — that the shut-down isn’t an April Fools’ joke. The...

Home builder begins clearing, grading land for 129 new single-family homes in Graham

A long-dormant subdivision, known as Stillhouse Farm, tucked off South Main Street near Moore Street in the southern part of Graham, has been given new life and a new owner. Graham’s city council agreed to rezone the area in about 2005, but nothing ever came...

Mebane council OKs rezoning for 409 homes on Orange County side of city

Mebane’s city council gave the go-ahead Wednesday night to a large new development on the Orange County side of the city. In a unanimous 5-0 vote, the council approved the rezoning necessary for the builder to move forward on constructing 409 homes (134 townhouses and...

Graham girl selected for North Carolina School of the Arts

Courtney Talley, 15-year-old daughter of Chuck and Jennifer Talley of Graham, has been accepted to the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Talley is one of only a handful of high school students that was selected to attend the prestigious school based on...

Dorsett receives Copland scholarship to attend UNC-CH

Avery Dorsett, a senior at River Mill Academy in Graham and son of Stacey Davis, has been awarded the James R. Copland, Jr. and Lillian G. Copland Scholarship to attend UNC-Chapel Hill beginning in the fall. This is the first time in the 26-year...

Steel fence now surrounds Confederate monument in Graham

Workmen spent Monday and Tuesday on the installation of a steel fence around the Confederate monument on the north side of the Historic Court House. The county authorized the 8-foot tall fence to replace the portable barricades that it has used to protect the century-old...

Ex-employee charged with larceny from Partnership for Children

A Burlington resident has been arrested for stealing computers and other items from her former employer – a local nonprofit that had obtained the devices on behalf of children and families in need. Casey Kimrey Hall has been charged with obtaining property by false pretense...

Former landscaping worker accused of defrauding employer by cashing paychecks twice

An ex-employee of a local landscaping company has been arrested after he allegedly used electronic trickery to deposit some of his pay checks twice into two different bank accounts. The office of Alamance County’s sheriff ultimately arrested Brian Austin Copeland on Tuesday after a months-long...

Legal Notices, Thursday, April 8, 2021

Notice On 4/1/21 Certificate of Need review began for Burlington Dialysis Proj G-12046-21 Add 5 dialy stats. Written comments are due to the Agency by 5/3/21. During COVID-19 state of emergency, no public hearings will be scheduled. Contact CON for more information 919-855-3873. Apr. 8. PUBLIC HEARING...

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