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  1. Gibsonville's Market Days events begin SaturdayRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Burlington Times News

    "Berries and Bluegrass" are what visitors to Market Days can expect from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday in downtown Gibsonville. The town's four monthly, family friendly events will begin on Saturday to include area produce, artisans, music and hands-on activities/games for children.


  2. N.C. State's Holt, Elon's HedrickRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Burlington Times News

    North Carolina State's Torry Holt and Elon's Bobby Hedrick, both products of the Gibsonville high school, were among the 168 players on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot, released Tuesday by the National Football Foundation. Holt, the all-time leader in receiving yards at N.C. State, was the 1998 Player of the Year in the Atlantic Coast Conference and a consensus first-team All-American that season.


  3. Potentially good news on police body camsRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Burlington Times News

    OK, first the good news. It appears that most law enforcement departments operating in Alamance County are either in the process of getting body cameras for officers or doing the research to make it happen.


  4. DWIRead the original story

    Sunday | Burlington Times News

    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.


  5. Lessons that last a lifetime: El Sistema program helps educate Young Musicians of AlamanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 31 | Burlington Times News

    Eight first-graders from Eastlawn Elementary School take violin lessons in the fellowship hall at the First Reformed United Church of Christ in Burlington on Saturday mornings. "Who can tell me the notes you know?" asked Cindy Smith, who teaches orchestra at Broadview Middle and Cummings High schools, but filled in for the regular teachers with the Young Musicians of Alamance on the holiday weekend.


  6. IDs could bridge gap between law enforcement, Latino communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 30 | Burlington Times News

    The identification card program is aimed at helping the area's immigrant population who don't have photo ID or drivers licenses and is partnered with the Burlington Police Department. Some other police departments in Alamance County will also honor the cards.


  7. Candid cameras: Law enforcement hopes body cameras will ease public's mindsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 30 | Burlington Times News

    It's a move that at least most of the local departments believe is a win-win for them and for the public: As long as they are abiding with agency policies, officers have video proof when faced with misconduct allegations, and community members should feel like the cameras keep police liable. "It's going to help with the trust factor in the community because they feel that it'll hold officers more accountable," said Chris Verdeck, assistant chief of the Burlington Police Department.


  8. Gibsonville man wanted on murder charge arrested in South DakotaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 28 | Burlington Times News

    Currie is wanted on a first-degree murder charge in North Carolina. Police in Wilson, North Carolina, had issued a warrant for his arrest.


  9. Flag waves again at Gibsonville PDRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Burlington Times News

    Within a week of the Gibsonville Police Department's American flag being stolen, the town's congressional representative sent the officers a new flag from the Capitol, and a state representative followed suit Monday with a flag from Raleigh. The previous flag, which was at half-staff May 15 in observance of National Peace Officer Memorial Day, was stolen sometime before 11 a.m. The police department posted about the larceny on its Facebook page, and the incident was covered in the Times-News.


  10. Allmond-EvansRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Burlington Times News

    Announcement is made of the engagement of Casey Lynne Allmond, daughter of Jeffrey and Tina Allmond of Elon, to Adam Wayne Evans, son of Ricky and Delores Evans of Pelham. A wedding is planned for June 2015 in Browns Summit.


  11. Ups and Downs: Negating nuisances; caring cops; and flag-filching finksRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | Burlington Times News

    THUMBS DOWNto nightspots that require police presence when they close and make a local convenience store also shut down for a half hour or so, while rowdy patrons flood the neighborhood with speeding cars, fights, loud arguing and even gunfire as they move on. Such a scenario ended in the shooting death of one man this week and injuries to another in East Burlington.


  12. Memorial Day closingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Burlington Times News

    City and county offices will be closed Monday in observance of Memorial Day. The Alamance County Public Libraries and landfill also will be closed.


  13. Investigation launched of reported robbery, kidnappingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Burlington Times News

    The Burlington Police Department is investigating an armed robbery and reported kidnapping that occurred at a convenience store Thursday morning. Around 7:45 a.m., officers responded to a report of an armed robbery at M&M Mini Mart at 804 S. Mebane St. The store clerk reported a man, only described as black, came into the store, displayed a black handgun and took goods and money from the store.


  14. Dickens-McAlisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Burlington Times News

    Layna Faith Dickens and Samuel Aaron McAlister were married in an outdoor ceremony at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 16, 2015, at the home of the bride's parents, Neal and Joye Dickens of Burlington. Steve Kahn of Fredericksburg officiated, and music was by Eugene Petersen.


  15. Ups and Downs: Refugees reflect; bullish on bullies; and useful leftovers from studentsRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Burlington Times News

    THUMBS DOWN to the two devastating earthquakes in Nepal which have claimed thousands of lives and left some local residents concerned about the safety of their relatives and friends. A small refugee community in Guilford County, whose children attend Eastern Guilford Middle School, is trying to contact those in Nepal who may or may not be safe in the wake of the quakes and heavy rains.


  16. 'They were courageous': Officers remember fallen heroesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Burlington Times News

    As the nine names were read aloud one by one, officers hung photos, men killed in the line of duty in Alamance County and placed a rose for each in a wreath. Officers, deputies and troopers in uniform stood in rows Wednesday morning by the county's Fallen Heroes Memorial on South Main Street and looked on during the annual law enforcement memorial service, which organizers estimate has been held at various locations around Alamance County for the past 20 years.


  17. Letters from Eastern Guilford Middle School English as second language studentsRead the original story

    Friday May 8 | Burlington Times News

    EDITOR'S NOTE: A couple of months ago, Will Betton, who teaches Englist as a second language courses at Eastern Guilford Middle School in Gibsonville, asked if the Times-News would be interested in publishing letters from his students. We were delighted with the results.


  18. New Leaf has big plans for arboretum, botanical garden at Willowbrook ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | Burlington Times News

    With a final nod from the city of Burlington, an area nonprofit is moving forward with creating a botanical garden and arboretum at Willowbrook Park. "We'd like to make a gift to help the beautification and marketing of Burlington, and just improve the park that is down there now," New Leaf Society President Rett Davis said.


  19. It's strawberry time: As always, weather plays a factor in this year's cropRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | Burlington Times News

    Due to the cold weather this winter, the strawberry season is a little later this year, according to Mark Danieley, county extension director/horticulture extension agent for the Alamance County branch of the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service. "Before last year, I would always say we'd have strawberries by May, said Howard McAdams of McAdams Farm in Efland.


  20. Prep roundup: Warriors edge Eastern Alamance in league tournament for baseballRead the original story

    Tuesday May 5 | Burlington Times News

    A game-winning sacrifice fly by Cole Weaver scored Breydan Gorham in the bottom of the seventh inning to send Western Alamance past visiting Eastern Alamance 7-6 in the quarterfinals of the Mid-State 3-A Conference Tournament for baseball Tuesday night. Gorham, who was 3-for-4 with two runs scored, singled, went to second base on a passed ball and to third on a sacrifice bunt by Jacob Adkins in the final inning.


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