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Monthly Archives: October 2022

Work begins on county’s second Popeye’s

These footings near Holly Hill Mall are the precursor to a new Popeye’s franchise that’s in the offing along Huffman Mill Road. Located next to the entrance to Burlington’s Publix, the site of this project belongs to the same Charlotte-based real estate firm which owns...

Candidate didn’t like time frame for newspaper’s questionnaire, refuses to respond

All of the incumbent legislators responded to the newspaper’s questionnaire and request for biographical background, as did two of the three challengers. House District 64 Democrat Ron Osborne did not respond to the questions posed by the newspaper, although he outlined at some length his...

Cummings stomps Graham; Southern tumbles in title clash; other county teams roll

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News Johnniyus Sharpe ran for two touchdowns and threw for two others as Cummings ended the regular season by clobbering rival Graham 57-0 in a Mid-Carolina Conference football game Friday night. The host Cavaliers (6-3 overall, 4-1 Mid-Carolina Conference) won...

Meet the Candidates for N.C. General Assembly

Biographical information on General Assembly candidates for November 8 General Election (voters may select one in each race): N.C. State Senate (District 25) Sean C. Ewing Democrat Full name: Sean C. Ewing Nickname, if any: — Born: Date of birth: January 21, 1981 Place of birth: Elyria, Ohio Education: Wooster High School,...

Former Elon coach finds niche on middle school staff

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News Al Seagraves hadn’t given up on football coaching, but it had been close to a decade since he had as much as a part-time role on a football field. Then Allen Wolff, the athletics director at Turrentine Middle School,...

Few candidates entangled in civil court records

A handful of the candidates in local races in the November general election have been sued, both in small claims and in superior court, based on an Alamance News review of documents filed in Alamance County’s courts system. The Alamance News reviewed these disputes using...

Western hopes to make another run at state soccer championship

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News Members of Western Alamance’s soccer team can look back on many positive moments this season, but the Warriors also know the excitement that can be generated with what’s ahead. Western wrapped up regular-season play with Tuesday night’s 9-0 victory...

Manufacturer’s plan for new industrial park wins over Burlington’s planning board

Plans aim for 15.3 acres at 1559 Huffman Mill Road An Elon-based manufacturer has unveiled plans for a new industrial park in Burlington, where it hopes to relocate its own operations – along with other small businesses that need a suitable place to call home. International...

Cummings, Graham set to play for pride and more

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News Eastern Alamance is already a 2022 conference champion in football. Southern Alamance tries to join that list Friday night. Meanwhile, Graham and Cummings clash with quite a bit at stake as well. Here’s a look at Friday night’s games: Graham at Cummings Cummings...

Williams soccer wins league, prepares for tournament

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News It went right down to the last game of the regular season, with the Williams boys’ soccer team still needing one more victory to secure the Central Carolina 3-A Conference. Consider that mission accomplished and now bigger goals ahead...

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