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Grading begins for new “dual-branded” hotel near Lowe’s

Construction is underway on the first phase of a four-story hotel, as part of a broader development planned near Lowe’s Home Improvement in Mebane. Mebane’s city council had approved plans...

After Burlington OKs incentives package, county commissioners will be asked later in Jan. to...

Aside from the subsidies which Burlington’s city council signed off on this week, Alamance Foods has also secured a state-level job investment grant for up to $611,100, another $182,000...

Burlington pledges $730K toward Alamance Foods expansion

Company will also seek $630,000 from county commissioners later this month Burlington’s city council has approved $730,000 in financial incentives to defray the cost of an industrial expansion that the...

Governor announces expansion of, and state incentives for, Alamance Foods in Burlington

The office of Governor Roy Cooper has announced the multi-million-dollar expansion of a Burlington-based food processing plant that promises to add some 135 new jobs to local labor market. According...

Council approves incentives for spec building amid calls from publisher for more transparency

Burlington’s city council has extended a $400,000 incentives package to a small development firm that plans to construct a speculative industrial building along Whites Kennel Road. During a regularly-scheduled meeting...

Council approves rezoning to allow hotel’s conversion into apts. to attract millennials

Burlington’s city council has given the all-clear to an out-of-state company’s plans to transform one Maple Avenue motel into an apartment complex tailored for the “millennial market.” The council unanimously...

MORE WAREHOUSES: Texas-based company plans 3 in Hawfields-area industrial park: 683,000 sq. ft.

Alamance County’s growing reputation as a hub for distribution centers is probably getting even stronger with the decision of a national industrial developer to build three warehouses, totaling 683,000...

SteriTek makes it official: co. will build East Coast facility in Burlington

SteriTek, the California-based company specializing in electron beam and x-ray sterilization, has decided to build its first East Coast facility in Burlington, city officials have announced. Both Burlington's city council...

Burlington city council joins commissioners in proffering incentives for sterilization company

Burlington’s city council has become the second local government to approve a package of financial incentives for SteriTek, a California-based sterilization company that plans to set up a $71...

Commissioners OK $1.8M incentives package for Calif. co. that sterilizes medical equipment to build...

Burlington city council to vote on its own $1.4 million package Tues. night Alamance County’s commissioners have agreed to pay out nearly $1.8 million over five years to persuade a...

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