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3 hrs ago | Burlington Times News
When officers arrived on scene, the suspects fled the scene traveling in a small gray compact vehicle on Street was charged with felony breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, possession of stolen property and resisting a public officer.
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6 hrs ago | Burlington Times News
Tony Neal Castagna, 33, of Wrenn Street, was charged with felony larceny and injury to real property on July 18. A neighbor reported damage to property, including a stolen air conditioner that left a gaping hole in the wall.
A Burlington man is being held on $1 million bond on charges of raping a 9-year-old, according to warrants.
A Burlington man pleaded guilty Monday to breaking into two women's homes and raping them in 2010 and 2011.
As part of Elon's 125th anniversary celebration, President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley will share personal stories and reflections on his 72-year association with the university as a student, professor of chemistry, dean of the college, and president.
Last weekend, volunteers from the Burlington Fire Department greeted folks at Walmart, hoping holiday shoppers will drop off items for needy Alamance County kids for Christmas.
More than 40 new state laws that went into effect at the beginning of this month tackle a variety of issues from meth to abortion.
The two analyses were filed in U.S. District Court late last month as part of a federal civil rights complaint against Sheriff Terry S. Johnson.
Do you set a reading goal each year? I strive to read at least one book per week.
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.