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The Public Asks: Why was Gibsonville alderman protesting at Graham council meeting?

QUESTION: Was Gibsonville alderman Bryant Crisp one of the protesters on hand last week outside Graham’s city council meeting? And why was he there? Doesn’t he have enough to...

Gibsonville alderman, Graham businessman Paul Thompson dies suddenly

Gibsonville alderman and Graham businessman Paul Thompson has died. Thompson died "unexpectedly late Sunday night at Alamance Regional Medical center at the age of 59," according to a release put...

Gibsonville police seek public’s help in identifying Wed. robber at Wade’s Jewelers

The Gibsonville police department is seeking the public’s help in locating an unidentified black male who stole an undetermined amount of jewelry from Wade's Jewelers at 101 East Main...

NC 61 traffic north of Gibsonville will be interrupted through June 3

A four-week closure of a stretch of NC 61 near Gibsonville will begin today, according to the N.C. Department of Transportation.   NC 61 near Suits Road will be closed, with...

Planning board sides with neighbors against townhouse developer’s project in single-family area of Gibsonville

Neighbors turned out in force Thursday night to demonstrate their opposition to a proposed townhouse development along Cook Road on the edge of Gibsonville. The 5.74-acre lot is currently in...

What’s going on with all the clear-cutting behind Ashley Woods?

QUESTION: What’s going on with all the clear-cutting near the Ashley Woods subdivision in Elon? Is it true the developer for Owen Park subdivision, which backs up to Ashley...

Sting nails 17 local retailers for underage alcohol sales

A multi-agency sting aimed at underage alcohol sales has identified 17 different area retailers that have allegedly sold potent potables to people under 21. This operation, which took place on...

Developer: another residential project looks to Gibsonville

More residential growth is coming to Gibsonville, but exactly what kind seems a bit uncertain. Gibsonville’s aldermen agreed this week to set a public hearing for February 7, to consider...

Gibsonville aldermen vote themselves $700 raise

Gibsonville aldermen voted Monday night to give themselves a $700 annual raise, as recommended by mayor Lenny Williams. Aldermen had been paid $2,700 annually, with the mayor pro tem (Mark...

Gibsonville aldermen move forward with two property purchases

Gibsonville’s board of aldermen moved forward Monday night with plans to purchase two properties along Minneola Street, with a long-term plan to use the site for a new library. Each...

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