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  1. Putting down roots: New Leaf marks 10 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 20 | Burlington Times News

    The year 2018 is big for several groups and organizations throughout Alamance County, and New Leaf Society is no exception. Marking their 10-year anniversary, 2018 is an opportunity for New Leaf to continue their relationships with donors as well as see changes in landscaping requirements.

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  2. Alamance County cleans up after snowstormRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 18 | Burlington Times News

    Burlington's Street Division spent Thursday, Jan. 18, scraping and salting primary and secondary roads, and is expected to continue applying salt as needed throughout Friday as roads remain slick. “Salt breaks up hard snow,” Burlington Public Information Specialist Morgan Lasater said.

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  3. Elon delays vote on news tickerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 17 | Burlington Times News

    The Elon University School of Communications will have to wait to learn whether it can turn on the news ticker on its building at one of Elon's busiest intersections. The university has asked the Elon Board of Aldermen to amend an ordinance that requires a two-second delay between messages on the electronic sign at Lebanon and Williamson avenues.

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  4. Public hearing on Elon's news ticker is TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | Burlington Times News

    It scrolls news headlines on a continuous loop. “The university sought to offer a unique asset to pedestrians on the streetscape and demonstrate the vibrant programs of the nationally recognized School of Communications,” said Owen Covington, a university spokesman.

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  5. Fires damage mobile home, burn Ace Speedway propertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 8 | Burlington Times News

    A grassfire started at the speedway, 3401 Altamahaw Racetrack Road, Elon, around 12:50 p.m. Monday. Altamahaw-Ossipee Volunteer Fire Department Chief Ed Lipscomb did not know the cause of the fire but said it started on the side of the road.

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  6. Elon exhibit shows children today, potential tomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 7 | Burlington Times News

    Now at Elon University's Center for the Arts, 485 N. Williamson Ave., Elon, the exhibit has dozens of colorful photographs depicting children as they are today, and then a future potential of what productive adult professionals they could become, including judges, firefighters, physicians and lawyers. The winter term installation at Elon is the second photo exhibit for Latinos Unidos Promoviendo la Esperanza.

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  7. Report a Fugitive: Wanted by Probation and Parole Posted atRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 6 | Burlington Times News

    The following are wanted by the N.C. Probation/Parole Department. Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to contact Steve Ginter at 336-570-6826, ext.

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  8. Alamance County closings, holiday driving informationRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 21, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    In Burlington, city offices will be closed Sunday through Wednesday, Dec. 24–27. Monday's and Tuesday's garbage routes will be collected Thursday, Dec. 28. Thursday's garbage routes will be collected Friday, Dec. 29. In Graham, city offices will be closed Friday through Tuesday, Dec. 22–26.

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  9. Police spend week learning about, flying dronesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    Anyone driving by the Burlington Police Training Center on Thursday or Friday had a good chance of seeing drones in the air. Alamance Community College teamed up with Public Safety UAS Institute to offer a weeklong drone training class to several law enforcement, emergency management and fire agencies in Alamance County.

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  10. Convict beats legal fees, not chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 23, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    Michael Lewis Byrd didn't appeal his conviction or four-year, six-month sentence, but his $1,140 bill for his legal defense, which he didn't get a chance to complain about in court, and now doesn't have to pay. A jury found Byrd, 56, guilty last year of malicious conduct by a prisoner, assault on a government officer, assault on a government employee, communicating threats, and resisting a public officer, according to the Alamance County District Attorney's Office.

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  11. Less than four weeks to sign up under ACARead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    There is less than a month to get health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, which seems to be a surprise to a lot of people. "There's a lot of interest around confusion because some people are not sure they're hearing things on the news or just they're just hearing things from [other] people," said April Durr, director of community impact at United Way of Alamance County.

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  12. Elon, 4 other schools revive N.C. Teaching Fellows programRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    North Carolina is re-launching its Teaching Fellows program next fall, and Elon University is one of five institutions chosen to helm the teacher-recruitment scholarships. About 160 college students will be enrolled through the N.C. Teaching Fellows program at Elon, N.C. State University, UNC-Chapel Hill, Meredith College and UNC-Charlotte.

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  13. Elon's Lambert signs letter criticizing proposed tax overhaulRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    Elon University President Leo Lambert signed onto a letter last week criticizing the proposed tax overhaul and urging lawmakers to address ongoing concerns. Lambert joined 13 other North Carolina private university presidents and two leaders from N.C. Independent Colleges and Universities in declaring the tax proposal “an attack on private, nonprofit colleges and universities” that “makes it more expensive to go to college.” A bill House Republicans introduced would, among many things, add a 1.4 percent tax on investment income for select private universities, eliminate the Student Loan Interest Deduction and place taxes on certain employee benefits.

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  14. Tax overhaul might cost larger private universitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    Private universities across the United States would take a major hit if the latest tax bill proposed by House Republicans were signed into the law. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would force nearly 150 colleges to pay thousands in additional taxes, according to an analysis from the Chronicle of Higher Education.

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  15. Around the schools: High schoolers ponder natural hairRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    Alamance-Burlington high school students were treated to a presentation from J. Evans Beauty Academy of Cosmetic Arts in Mebane regarding their eight-week Natural Hair Care Specialist license program. After a presentation from Janice Evans, students toured the classroom and clinic, where they got to see current students demonstrate natural hair care skills.

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  16. Mother, daughter team up for Holly Days bake saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    November's Cooks of the Month were in Sharpe's kitchen on Oct. 20 baking some pizzelles for the Elon Police Department. This year, Halstead will be preparing Buckeyes, a candy beloved in Ohio, as well as pizzelles for the Alamance County Service League's Holly Days Bazaar's bake sale.

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  17. Old sex offenses resolved in Alamance County Superior CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    GRAHAM - A long-running statutory rape case was resolved this week in Alamance County Superior Court with a former youth pastor sentenced to as long as 13 years in prison. “I'm sorry I let you guys down,” said Michael Wayne Light, 37, formerly of Mount Vernon, Tenn.

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  18. Harvest timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    It took Elon University students Brianna Goulding and Gabriele Shaw about an hour to pick 30 pounds of muscadine grapes to fill a bucket during the "Big Pick" on Oct. 7 at the Guilford County Farm, 7315 Howerton Rd., Elon. Several weekends during the harvest season, the public is invited to pick grapes from the farm's 300 vines.

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  19. ArrestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    Ashley Ross, 18, of 2905 Riverbrooke Drive, Raleigh, was charged Friday with obtaining a controlled substance by fraud or forgery. According to Burlington police, Ross obtained 60 30-mg oxycodone tablets by presenting a fraudulent prescription.

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  20. More than Sunday dinner: NAACP, educators feed communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2017 | Burlington Times News

    The Alamance NAACP and Alamance Burlington Association of Educators hosted a community dinner at the Bynum Education Center, at 311 Morehead Street, Burlington, on Sunday, Oct. 8, welcoming more than 30 people to eat home-cooked spaghetti, macaroni, salad, dinner rolls and dessert. Allied Churches of Alamance County doesn't offer meals for the public on Sundays, so the center offers food for homeless residents who need it, the Bynum Education Center van circling the area for anyone who needs transportation.

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