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Monthly Archives: July 2021

Majority of Williams’ Top 10 students going to UNC, Wake Forest

With myriad school club memberships, volunteer hours, and wide-ranging interests abounding, Williams High School’s top 10 graduates for 2021 made for a well-rounded, busy bunch. Among the accomplishments of Williams’ top students are spots in various national honors societies, sports teams, and service-oriented clubs, as...

Did county overbill Ossipee residents on their municipal property taxes?

QUESTION: Is it true that Alamance County’s tax office will have to send refunds to taxpayers in Ossipee because it mistakenly overbilled them in their last property tax statements? Could something similar happen to other communities that rely on the county’s tax office to...

Substitute teachers complain about new staffing firm

Veteran substitute teachers find new process time-consuming, onerous Alamance-Burlington school board members heard this week about some of the obstacles that substitute teachers have encountered since ABSS contracted with Kelly Education Services to manage substitute staffing services for the school system. Candace St. John of Haw...

What’s going to be built at corner of South Church Street & St. Mark’s Church Road?

Work is well under way on a new Bojangles restaurant along South Church Street in Burlington – not far from the site of another future eatery that the Hursey’s restaurant chain also has in the works. According to city inspection records, the new Bojangles location...

Moffitt named newest partner at Vernon Law Firm

A Burlington attorney with the Vernon Law Firm has been elevated to being a partner with the firm, it was announced this week. Formally, attorney Ryan Moffitt will become a shareholder and principal in the firm, one of the oldest and most prestigious in...

Graham files appeal over judge’s order to provide police protest videos

An attorney for Graham’s chief of police has asked an Alamance County judge to hold off on enforcing an order he issued last month to force local law enforcement to release video recordings they made during a so-called “march to the polls” that they...

BLM attorney demands $50,000 from sheriff, police over Oct. 31 pepper spray

Attorney Jamie Paulen of Hillsborough is demanding that Alamance County sheriff Terry Johnson and Graham police chief Kristy Cole pay her $50,000 for damages she claims to have incurred during the “I Am Change Legacy March to the Polls” in downtown Graham on October...

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