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BREAKING TUES.: Judge rules for county, dismisses NAACP lawsuit seeking to remove Confederate statute...

A visiting superior court judge has rejected a request from the state’s premier civil rights organization to make Alamance County remove a long-standing Confederate monument from the grounds of...

BREAKING NEWS: judge decides on motion to dismiss NAACP lawsuit against Confederate monument

Visiting superior court judge Don Bridges agreed with Alamance County's attorneys, ruling Tuesday to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the NAACP and other plaintiffs seeking to remove the Confederate...

Judge to decide Tues. whether to dismiss NAACP challenge to Confederate monument, or set...

A visiting superior court judge is poised to decide whether to hold a trial to determine if Alamance County should have to relocate a Confederate monument from its long-time...

County agrees to waive back taxes on property that tax office discovered thanks to...

Tax administrator: Land hadn't been on the county's tax books for about 20 years Alamance County’s commissioners have agreed to forgive the back taxes on an obscure piece of property...

Comprehensive coverage of Alamance County commissioners (meeting on Sept. 6, 2022)

At their meeting on Tuesday, September 6, 2022, Alamance County commissioners acted on or discussed the following items.  Note: chairman John Paisley, Jr. was absent due to illness, so...

Alamance County second-guesses plan to join massive, new workforce development board

A state-level plan to consolidate North Carolina’s regional workforce development boards has run into a bit of a hiccup in Alamance County, where officials are now giving some thought...

County manager advises commissioners against sharing pandemic relief funds with nonprofit organizations

The latest meeting of Alamance County’s commissioners may’ve been a bit of a let down for any local nonprofit groups that have been eying the county’s larder of federal...

Commissioners sign off on contract to lease proposed facility for new ‘diversion center’

Alamance County’s commissioners have approved a multi-million-dollar deal for a facility that will provide mental health services to people who may otherwise languish in jail for minor offenses. During a...

Commissioners lend their unanimous support to revised plans for proposed charter school

It wasn’t a new talking point so much as the pointed horn of a narwhal that confronted Alamance County’s commissioners this week when they agreed to back a charter...

BREAKING TUES.: Economic incentives hearing set for California company to open Burlington location

A California-based company that sterilizes medical equipment has cast its eye on the city of Burlington as it searches for a place to serve as its entry point into...

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