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Seventy-two years after the Japanese military strike against Pearl Harbor, there is one remaining Alamance County resident who was at the U.S. naval base in Hawaii that day.
Deputies arrested a Mebane man Friday night after he allegedly led authorities on a chase, racking up a list of other charges.
The university's Board of Trustees named a seminar classroom in Martha S. and Carl H. Lindner III Hall in Elon's Academic Village after the emeritus professors of history.
Larry Ray Mitchell, 19, of Alyece Court, Burlington, also admitted sending them nude photos of himself between June and December 2012.
"If you want to get to know your clientele, eat lunch were they do." That was the best advice I got as a young agricultural agent in Montgomery County.
Two university professors hired by the U.S. Department of Justice to analyze traffic stops by the Alamance County Sheriff's Office say statistical data conclusively shows deputies there are racially profiling Latino drivers.
Award-winning freelancer and journalist, broadcaster, photographer, historian, mother and friend Elizabeth "Pat" Bailey died Tuesday in the Hospice Home after several months fighting cancer.
Being alone during the holidays can be tough enough, but what about those who aren't merely alone, but are isolated by developmental and intellectual disabilities? Especially if they have no family? Volunteers from The Arc of Alamance County use contributions to the Arc's ArChristmas Fund to buy, wrap and deliver Christmas presents to more than 80 ... (more)
A report of a break-in Tuesday night in Mebane led to the arrest of three people on various charges.
Felix Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto has been an integral part of violinist Katie Thomas' life.
Three holiday parades will take place in Alamance County this weekend, starting with Mebane's Christmas Parade at 7 p.m. Friday.
Four bands are uniting to help an organization best known for serving families and the elderly this time of year - Christmas Cheer of Alamance County.
Chelsea Michel-le Morrow, 21, of East Webb Avenue, Burlington, was charged Dec. 4 with misdemeanor possession of stolen goods and obtaining property by false pretense.
State lawmakers predicted continued job growth for North Carolina into 2014 and said the economy, particularly in cities, is showing marked improvement.