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Gibsonville approves new “event-based” social drinking district, 4-1

Gibsonville’s board of aldermen has approved the concept, and the first proposal, for establishing a new event-based social drinking district for the downtown area. Unlike other local social districts in...

Gibsonville mayor has police remove man from meeting when he protests town’s failure to...

Gibsonville’s twice-monthly board of aldermen meetings are typically fairly staid affairs. But this week’s April 1 version included an unprecedented expulsion of one man and his wife after the resident...

11th hour permit allows work to begin on dilapidated house, rather than begin its...

Bulldozers and wrecking balls can make quick work of an abandoned dwelling. But the process that sets loose these tools of destruction can be a long and convoluted one...

Gibsonville aldermen consider event-based social drinking district

Gibsonville’s board of aldermen has scheduled a public hearing for next month on a potential “social district” for the downtown area. Unlike other local social districts in Burlington and Elon,...

Contractor threatens to sue town over charges for building code violation fines at old...

By Charity L. Cohen Special to The Alamance News Gibsonville’s board of aldermen continued last week to voice their frustration with the owners of the old Gibsonville Elementary School due to...

Longtime former Gibsonville alderman passes away

By Charity L. Cohen Special to The Alamance News Longtime former Gibsonville alderman, Clarence Owen, 84, died last Thursday, January 4. The cause of Owen’s death hasn’t yet been released but was...

Should Elon street closed because of logging trucks be re-opened into Gibsonville subdivision? Elon...

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...

Gibsonville passes budget with 18% tax hike above ‘revenue neutral’

By Charity L. Cohen Special to The Alamance News The Gibsonville board of aldermen has unanimously voted to accept the 2024 fiscal year budget proposed by town manager Ben Baxley. The...

Newspaper’s inquiry tips off elections office about additional Gibsonville seat to be filled in...

Of all the elected positions that will be up for grabs in Alamance County this fall, there’s one seat in Gibsonville that has proven particularly vexing for local election...

Gibsonville manager’s recommended budget is 18 percent above revenue neutral

By Charity L. Cohen Special to The Alamance News Gibsonville town manager Ben Baxley has unveiled a proposed budget for the 2023-24 fiscal year that includes a significant property tax increase...

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