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Michael Jarrod Rone, 36, of 1112 Holly St., Burlington, was charged July 30 and 31 with driving while license revoked, felony possession of cocaine, trafficking cocaine, manufacturing cocaine, maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance, misdemeanor possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Beneath the screen on the far-right corner of Rob Johnson's laptop is taped a small, yellow remnant of a Post-It note.
A man charged with killing his 30-year-old son in 2012 entered a plea agreement Thursday on a lesser charge of second-degree murder.
Habitat ReStore of Alamance County is partnering with Alamance Arts Family Fun on the Run program to sponsor Bottle Cap Art project in the parking lot of ReStore Saturday, Aug. 9. Children and parents will fill in artwork with recycled bottle caps, much like paint-by-the-number.
The North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church, which includes the Eastern half of the state, is collecting socks and underwear to send to the U.S./Mexico border.
The State Board of Elections has set the filing period for three judicial seats, including that being vacated by Alamance County Superior Court Judge Robert Johnson.
Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Carl Fox gave Ronald D. Nixon Jr., 27, a suspended sentence of 14 to 26 months in prison for felony possession of stolen goods and possession of a firearm by a felon.
The defense attorney for Sheriff Terry Johnson has filed a motion in federal court arguing that his client had no control over the recordings that were erased by central communications and shouldn't be held responsible for the destruction of evidence sought by the U.S. Justice Department.
Gas prices in Burlington continue to decline with the average price at the pump at $3.41 per gallon Tuesday, which is below the state average.
The Burlington Planning and Zoning Commission recommended land on the outskirts of Alamance County be rezoned for a 144-unit apartment complex Monday night pending the developer increasing the vegetative buffer from nearby townhouses and single-family homes and set aside one unit for a police substation.
I live in Charlotte but love the Ravens, Cam has nothing on Flacco's arm!!! Any other Ravens fans in the Tar-Heel state? I'm in Alamance County.
Dr. Danieley turns 90 today. He was given a lovely reception yesterday at the Elon Community Church.
County social services departments across the state continue to process a backlog of Medicaid applications ahead of an Aug. 31 deadline to get the job done.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 02:31 pm
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