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Medical board reinstates Elon doctor’s medical license

The North Carolina Medical Board has reinstated the medical license for an Elon doctor who had previously admitted to abusing alcohol. The N.C. Medical Board...

Jim’s Hotdogs and Hamburgers closes after 60 years in Graham

Since last Thursday, the glass-front of Jim’s Hamburgers and Hotdogs has been dotted with paper flyers announcing the closure of the Graham establishment, thanking...

Dorsett receives Copland scholarship to attend UNC-CH

Avery Dorsett, a senior at River Mill Academy in Graham and son of Stacey Davis, has been awarded the James R. Copland, Jr. and...

Friends of the Library spring book sale kicks off Friday, March 26

Despite the ongoing pandemic, the Alamance County Friends of the Library will carry on with its spring book sale, albeit with some pandemic-related modifications. This...

Alamance News publisher honored with national First Amendment award for open courtroom...

Alamance News publisher Tom Boney, Jr. will be honored this week with a formal presentation of the First Amendment Award from the National Newspaper...

Latest articles

After winning earlier in the week, Southern drops Friday baseball game to Asheboro

By Jacob Kisamore Special to The Alamance News The Southern Alamance Patriots were unable to keep up with the Asheboro Blue Comets in an 8-5 loss...

City manager optimistic about greenway trail that former mayor says is “unneeded, unwise, expensive” and “absolutely of no value”

Mebane’s city manager is still optimistic that everything will work out for the city to obtain an easement on the one missing parcel necessary...

Man sentenced first to death penalty, then life imprisonment at retrial, granted parole 37 years after murder

A former Alamance County man who was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to death in June 1984 – and whose sentence was overturned...

School board member Patsy Simpson won’t seek re-election in 2024; says she’s not sure she can complete current term

Patsy Simpson, who was just elected to her fourth term on the Alamance-Burlington school board in 2020, told The Alamance News this week that...