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  1. Graham's Boyd Creek sewer pump station spills 5,460 gallonsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Burlington Times News

    Graham's leak-plagued Boyd Creek sewer pump station spilled an estimated 5,460 gallons Friday, May 18. The untreated sewage went into Bowden Creek. The city blames last week's heavy rains.

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  2. Report a fugitive: Wanted by probation and parole Posted atRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 19 | 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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  3. Alamance break-in suspect charged with witness intimidationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 17 | Burlington Times News

    Clayton Cheyenne Paul Jr., 19, of 950 Elizabeth Holt Lane, Graham,  violated a court order when on Thursday May 10 he passed the witness in a car on N.C. 87 making gestures and throwing things at the witness' vehicle, according to the Alamance County Sheriff's Office. According to court records, Paul faces pending charges of felony breaking and entering to intimidate or injure, and misdemeanor charges of injury to personal property and willful injury to personal property in a July 26 incident.

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  4. Downtown Graham to get hipster boostRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | Burlington Times News

    GRAHAM - Not long ago it was hard to get a beer in downtown, let alone a high-end craft beer, but those days are gone and will soon be hard to imagine. Forgotten Road Ales, a veteran-owned brewery and tap room, plans to open in the old 54 Detailing location on the corner of East Harden and South Marshall streets as early as December, while HiFi Records will have vinyl records and mini-taproom on the left side of the Scott Building at 101 N. Main St. off Courthouse Square in the fall, according to a news release from downtown revitalization group and business incubator the Cooperative.

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  5. Rolling protest ends up in courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Burlington Times News

    The Superior Courtroom of the Alamance County Historic Courthouse was especially crowded Tuesday afternoon for court appearances of the so-called “Alamance 12” and their supporters. “This is not voter fraud; this is voter suppression,” said Rion Thompson, organizer with activist group Down Home North Carolina.

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  6. ArrestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | 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.

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  7. Around the schools: Graham choir to sing with ForeignerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 10 | Burlington Times News

    Highland Elementary School has completed an ambassador partnership with the Elon Academy. Tenth graders presented to each of the school's five third grade classes using the book “Kobe Goes to College” to teach them vocabulary, what to expect and how to prepare.

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  8. Two area students to compete in Triangle Rising StarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 10 | Burlington Times News

    Two Alamance County high school students have been selected to compete in the Marchael Bayne presents Triangle Rising Stars at DPAC, a live showcase and awards show, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Durham Performing Arts Center , 123 Vivian St., Durham. Caroline Segars of Mebane, a junior at Eastern Alamance High School, has been selected as a Best Actress Finalist and Kenneth Andrews Jr. of Graham, a senior at Graham High School, is a Best Actor Finalist.

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  9. ArrestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 9 | Burlington Times News

    Cydney Schultz, 27, of 8933 Perry Road, Graham, was charged Tuesday, May 8, with possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia. According to the Alamance County Sheriff's Office, Schultz had an undisclosed amount of heroin as well as needles and plastic bags.

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  10. Board of Education ponders roofs, breakfast, teachers' rightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 9 | Burlington Times News

    It's almost summertime, which means the Alamance-Burlington Board of Education had a lot to cover at its work session Tuesday, May 8. Crews are set to begin replacing roofs at Cummings High School and Broadview Middle School in June, the funding for which will come from three different sources: The school system's $890,000 settlement with Dow Chemical; Lottery funding; and The county's School Capital Reserve Fund .

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  11. Von Hassel-Davies to challenge Riddell in NovemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 8 | Burlington Times News

    Cathy Von Hassel-Davies won Tuesday's Democratic primary for N.C House 64. She will face Republican Rep. Dennis Riddell in the fall election. “My intent is to keep going here with the people in Alamance County and get elected in November,” Von Hassel-Davies told the Times-News Tuesday night.

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  12. Superior Court roundup: Sentence in teen sex offense extendedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 7 | Burlington Times News

    GRAHAM - Five years after pleading guilty to sex offenses, a 23-year-old Burlington man whose case has been in and out of court had his prison sentence extended by as long as four years - less than two months before his scheduled release. The original sentence, according to court records, drawn from the structured sentencing sex crimes chart, failed to take into account that his victim was a child.

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  13. More than buildings: $150M school bond would launch programs, boost morale, educators sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 5 | Burlington Times News

    The Year of the Bond, part 2: A year-long series examining the current state of Alamance-Burlington Schools and the $150 million bond referendum on November's ballot Sure, the $70 million school set to be constructed between Southern Alamance and Eastern Alamance High Schools – two of the most overcrowded schools in the district – will have a significant impact. And the remaining $80 million to be used for existing schools – replacing windows, floor and ceiling tiles, renovating restrooms, fixing damaged sidewalks, and checking off a litany of other issues – will go a far ways in addressing deferred maintenance.

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  14. Democrats vie to unseat Riddell for N.C. House 64Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 5 | Burlington Times News

    The two Democrats vying for the chance to run against the incumbent Republican in N.C. House District 64 may be running against each other in the Tuesday, May 8, primary, but have a lot in common. “She is a good person, we believe a lot of the same things, and one of us needs to go to Raleigh,” said Democratic primary candidate Elliot Lynch of his opponent Cathy von Hassel-Davies.

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  15. Elon joins Musical Chairs lineupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 2 | Burlington Times News

    The concerts in downtown Elon will be on the first Friday in May, June and August and will feature Bounce! this Friday as well as Glorious Day praise & worship band on June 1 and the Jan Michael Fields Band on Aug. 3. Musical Chairs began in 2012 as a way for concertgoers to hear music in Burlington at both the city park and Historic Depot along with downtown Mebane and downtown Graham at the stage behind Colonial Hardware, 104 E. Elm St. The predecessor, Sunset Rhythms, offered concert series throughout Alamance County on different nights of the week. "We're happy to have Elon as part of the series," Cary Worthy, executive director of Alamance Arts said on Tuesday morning.

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  16. Alamance NAACP decries voter fraud casesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 29 | Burlington Times News

    The president of Alamance NAACP called Saturday, April 28, for District Attorney Pat Nadolski to drop charges against the 12 people who have been charged with voter fraud stemming from the 2016 election. Barrett Brown said during a gathering at the Bynum Educational Center in Burlington that it's time to “speak truth to power” regarding the “Alamance 12.” After an election, the State Board of Elections checks the state's voter registration database against a list of felons from the N.C. Department of Public Safety.

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  17. More hearings on NC 54 corridor set for MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 21 | Burlington Times News

    Round two of public meetings to gather information and receive input for the N.C. 54 West Corridor Study will take place in May. Round one was in January. 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 1, at the Rigmor House Event Center, 5501 N.C. 54; 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 2, at the Carrboro Century Center, 100 N. Greensboro St., Carrboro; 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 3, at the Graham Civic Center, 503 McGee St., Graham; and 4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 10, at the Swepsonville Fire Department, 2729 Swepsonville Road, Swepsonville.

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  18. Author to offer tips on 'loving where you live'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 21 | Burlington Times News

    "First, I realized that it wasn't Blacksburg, it was me," she said. "So I decided to get to know the community better."

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  19. Former Dockside Dolls building to be torn downRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2018 | Burlington Times News

    GRAHAM - The building that was the site of the once-notorious strip club Dockside Dolls is being torn down down, and a storage facility will replace it. Plans filed with Graham show that a developer wants to build 10 Federal Self Storage I-85 at 1579 Bakatsias Lane.

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  20. Report: Alamance cancer death is 14% higher than NC averageRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2018 | Burlington Times News

    Cancer is the leading cause of death in Alamance County, at a rate that's 14 percent higher than the state average. This and other data were presented to the county Board of Health by Health Director Stacie Saunders on Tuesday, April 17, as she presented the 2017 State of the County Health Report.

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