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Legal Notices, Thursday, December 28, 2023

For assistance with legal advertising, please call Carol Boney at (336) 228-7851 or send email to: legals@thealamancenews.com 23 E 1399 EXECUTOR’S NOTICE Having qualified as Executor of the estate of Ruth Gerringer Thompson, deceased, late of Alamance County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims...

Western alum Karty hopes to turn pro, ready for next level of kicks

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News Western Alamance alum Joshua Karty is looking to build on the success of four years at Stanford in professional football. He has declared for the NFL Draft, giving up his collegiate eligibility to pursue a kicking job. “My mentality the...

Eastlawn principal arrested for sex offense with student

Burlington police have announced the arrest of Daniel McInnis, principal of Eastlawn Elementary School, who has been charged today with one count of statutory sex offense on school property, a felony. McInnis, white, male, 43, 632 Country Club Drive, Burlington, was arrested Friday, booked at...

N.C. Supreme Court hears arguments in media case for police recordings of Oct. 31, 2020 march and demonstration in Graham

The North Carolina Supreme Court recently heard arguments in an ongoing case filed by several media companies seeking to review law enforcement recordings of the “I Am Change” march and rally in downtown Graham that ended with pepper spray and resulted in nearly two...

NAACP wants Court of Appeals to overturn superior court judge’s ruling that leaves Confederate monument in place

The ultimate fate of one of Alamance County’s most contested landmarks is currently in the hands of three elected judges from the second highest court in North Carolina. Last month, a three-member panel of the N.C. Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in the ongoing...

Elon men seek new heights as CAA slate approaches

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News Elon has turned in enough interesting results so far this men’s basketball season that the Phoenix should take a good vibe into Coastal Athletic Association play. The Phoenix finished non-conference action with Friday afternoon’s 82-78 victory against Valparaiso at...

County continues to express concern over ABSS’ “open-ended” mold contracts

John Paisley, Jr., has pored over more than his share of questionable contracts in his nearly five-decade career as an attorney. But Paisley insists that nothing in his professional experience prepared him for the queasy feeling he recently got when he first glimpsed the fine...

Holiday Hoopla moves to Southeast

By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News   The Holiday Hoopla is on the move. The annual late-December basketball tournament for boys’ and girls’ basketball will be held next week at Southeast Alamance. The venue change came in part because Tim Krotish, the longtime girls’ basketball coach at...

County’s legislators defend new hotel tax for municipalities

Alamance County’s legislators have rallied behind a new state-level measure that permits some local municipalities to impose their own tax on hotels and motels – despite the criticism that this move has recently drawn from a somewhat unexpected quarter. Earlier this week, state senator Amy...

Southern running back Logan Foust set for early route to N.C. State football

A lifelong fan, N.C. State is a "dream school" and opportunity By Bob Sutton Special to The Alamance News “These last four years are something I will cherish forever – all of i. I remember every game in detail. Loved every part of it. – Southern Alamance running...

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