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Protester previously convicted of failing to disperse found guilty of resisting arrest & disorderly...

Defense attorney rejects judge's offer to consolidate sentencing into just three days of community service; instead, she enters notice of appeal to superior court Regis Kishon (“Shon”) Green, 29, black,...

One protester who disrupted Nov. commissioner meeting found guilty; charges against two others...

The trials for three people who were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest during a county commissioners meeting last fall resulted in two dismissals and one...

Despite reversal of face mask requirements by CDC and Governor, local judge maintains ‘status...

Requirements in Alamance County courts to continue "through at least the end of June," top local judge mandates Though most of North Carolina’s Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted, they will...

Graham activist convicted of resisting an officer and trespassing during November 2020 protest...

Kristofer Wayne Loy, white male, 27, of 514 East Harden Street, Graham, was convicted Wednesday of misdemeanor second-degree trespass and resisting a public officer during a protest outside the...

Clarification & Apology – for coverage in March 25, 2021 edition

In the March 25, 2021 edition of the newspaper, a story entitled “Protester who was found not guilty of Sept. charge found guilty of failing to disperse when told...

Charges against two more protesters dropped

The Alamance County district attorney’s office has dismissed charges against two additional defendants who were arrested at protests in downtown Graham during the second half of 2020. The D.A.’s office...

12 of 14 protest cases set for trial April 7 continued; two dismissed

Alamance County assistant district attorney Kevin Harrison agreed to dismiss an assault charge against Avery Markel Harvey, 30, black male, of 704 Larry Avenue in Graham, after the alleged...

Two more protest cases dismissed prior to trial

Two defendants who had been arrested at the march and rally in downtown Graham that ended with pepper spray on October 31, 2020 have had their charges dismissed. The Alamance...

NAACP and others file lawsuit against county to have Confederate monument removed

A coalition of local advocacy groups has sued Alamance County’s elected leaders for allegedly ducking their constitutional obligations by ignoring calls to relocate a Confederate monument that has stood...

Two black protesters convicted of resisting an officer and assault as other cases...

Two black male defendants who were arrested during protests in downtown Graham last year were found guilty at their trials in Alamance County district court this week. At the close...

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