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1 hr ago | Burlington Times News
A Burlington man was seriously injured Monday when he lost control of his car and it crashed on the side of Rogers Road in Graham.
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6 hrs ago | Burlington Times News
Outgoing Superior Court Judge Rob Johnson's vacant seat on the bench will be filled by election.
8 hrs ago | Burlington Times News
A Mebane man pleaded guilty Tuesday to drinking and driving, killing a Graham man during a crash outside an ABC store on Christmas Eve in 2012.
10 hrs ago | Burlington Times News
State health officials have determined a fox that attacked a Burlington man this past weekend was rabid, making it the second confirmed rabies case in Alamance County this year.
12 hrs ago | Burlington Times News
Called Out will be singing at The Depot in Downtown Gibsonville, this coming Saturday, July 26, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Don't forget to bring your lawn chairs.
16 hrs ago | Burlington Times News
Eric Monroe Shoffner, 43, of 3065 Beaver Creek Road, Burlington, was charged with felony assault by strangulation.
The Alamance-Burlington Board of Education had its only meeting for July on Monday, taking on a light agenda and approving hires for the new year.
One of three men charged with first-degree murder after a Mebane man was found shot to death in a yard on N.C. 119 in 2011 pleaded guilty Monday to lesser charges.
A person charged Friday for shooting a man July 13 is the brother of another victim injured in gunfire that night.
The following are charged with driving while impaired. A registration of .08 or higher on the Intox EC/IR II results in the automatic 30-day revocation of a driver's license.
Bertha Poole, 46, of 513 Clay St., Burlington, was charge by Alamance County sheriff's deputies July 18 with possession with intent to sell/deliver .5 grams of cocaine, maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The old Alamance County cotton mills - or in some cases, their hollowed structural skeletons - still dot the banks of the Haw River, a reminder of a once-powerful industry that shaped this land for decades.
The Alamance County Board of Commissioners is scheduled to consider an incentives request from textile manufacturer CS Carolina Inc. on Monday after a public hearing.
Johnson - a former Alamance County District Attorney and currently in his first elected term as a Superior Court judge - disclosed his decision after court adjourned Friday.
Alamance Community College students who want to transfer to Elon University to complete four-year degrees may be eligible for help from a new scholarship, the university announced.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 11:48 pm
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