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Monthly Archives: November 2023

Filing season to open Mon. – unless court challenges slow the process

The starting gates for next year’s general election are primed to open early next week when Alamance County’s elections office expects to kick off the candidate registration period for most of the offices that will appear on the ballot in 2024. This 10-day period is...

Elon town council approves new policy for naming things

What’s in a name? Quite a bit – in the judgment of Elon’s town council, which has come up with a whole slate of new rules for naming buildings and other municipal facilities. The council approved these provisions during a regularly-scheduled meeting on Monday in order...

Patriots hit historic highs in special football season

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News While Southern Alamance’s football season ended last week, discussion of this edition of the Patriots is far from complete. That’s because this might qualify as the greatest season in school history – or at the very least, nearly a...

Trustees holding public forums next week with three finalists for ACC president’s job

Alamance Community College’s board of trustees will host three forums at the community college next week to give the public a chance to meet the three candidates who have been selected as a finalist to succeed former ACC president Dr. Algie Gatewood, who retired...

Elon’s town clerk to retire after 21 years on the job

After the better part of two decades as Elon’s municipal clerk, DiAnne Enoch is preparing to hang up her keys to the town’s municipal building. Yet, Enoch’s impending retirement, which takes effect when she clocks out for the last time on Thursday, has also inspired...

Former Culp mill property in foreclosure

Alamance-County’s tax department has initiated foreclosure proceedings against the former Culp Weaving mill property along East Parker Street that burned earlier this month, marking the second major blaze at the facility since October 11, 2022. The current owner of the former mill, UK Warehousing LLC,...

N.C. Railroad files suit over railroad encroachments believed to heighten risk of train wreck

The North Carolina Railroad (NCRR) is suing the owner of a warehouse at 808 East Webb Street in Burlington over an alleged encroachment onto the railroad corridor that the NCRR says limits sight lines for trains coming through the area at high speed, creating...

Christmas parades step off in Mebane Fri. night, in Graham, Sat. morning

Mebane’s Christmas parade steps off at 7:00 p.m. Friday night through downtown Mebane (Clay, Fifth, and Center streets). Graham’s Christmas parade is Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m. and proceeds down North Main Street, around the Historic Court House and down South Main Street to McAden...

Legal Notices, Thursday, November 30, 2023

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The public will take notice that the City Council of the City of Mebane will hold public hearings in the Council Chambers of the Glendel Stephenson Municipal Building located at 106 E. Washington Street, Mebane, NC 27302, on Monday, December 4,...

Should Elon street closed because of logging trucks be re-opened into Gibsonville subdivision? Elon residents say “no”

A residential developer’s preparations for a new project in Gibsonville have apparently set off a minor revolt among homeowners from one nearby subdivision in Elon. Nearly a dozen of these concerned residents from the Ashley Woods subdivision ultimately descended on Elon’s town council on Monday...

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