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Graham’s lawyers get raises; council considers buying land for Bill Cooke Park expansion

Graham city council members spent a half-hour behind closed doors at the end of Tuesday night’s monthly meeting, deciding to give the city’s attorneys a raise and also discussing...

Elon’s new annual budget gets council’s unanimous nod

Elon’s town council has adopted a new annual budget that calls for nearly $11 million in outlays from the town’s general fund but holds the line on the municipality’s...

Trucking and freight terminal, warehouses on 134 acres along Buckhorn Road near I-85/40 get...

Mebane planning board members unanimously approved, 6-0, two rezoning requests Monday night that would allow two big projects to be built on about 134 acres along Buckhorn Road, which...

Burlington approves budget with no property tax increase

Burlington’s city council has given its unanimous nod to a budget for the new fiscal year that calls for nearly $85.2 million in outlays from the city’s general fund...

Trucking and freight terminal, two large warehouses planned for 134 acres along Buckhorn Road...

Mebane planning board members will hear two rezoning requests Monday night that would allow two big projects to be built on about 134 acres along Buckhorn Road, which is...

Options for relocating Sesquicentennial Park to be presented to Graham city council Tuesday

Graham’s city council is scheduled to hear a report at its upcoming meeting Tuesday night about the feasibility of relocating Sesquicentennial Park from its current home on the northeast...

Graham council to consider how to spend $600K downtown grant

Graham’s city council will resume consideration next week on how to allocate funds from a $600,000 “downtown enhancement grant” that the city has received from state government. The council discussed...

Burlington city council agrees to $150K contract to hire co. to manage new pickleball...

Burlington’s municipal staff seems to have cleared the net in its latest move to develop a pickleball program that would the envy of cities and towns across central North...

Burlington’s police chief trumpets his agency’s improved, low vacancy rate

The uniform might’ve been “blue,” but the mood was anything but, when Burlington’s chief of police gave the city’s elected leaders an update on his agency’s struggles to replenish...

Mebane city council turns down special zoning for new McDonald’s, 3-2

Mebane’s city council divided 3-2 Monday night in turning down a rezoning permit for a second McDonald’s, on the north side of the city. The rezoning was necessary in order...

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