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Lauri Daughtry, an area Batik artist, will demonstrate the ancient form of wax-resist hand-dyeing of fabrics during the April Salon Event on April 11 at the Point of View Art Gallery, 717 Chapel Hill Road, Burlington. Comment?
According to a press release, at 11:23 p.m., officers responded to the area of Fifth and South Main streets in reference to a robbery. Comment?
Q: I would like to drop a few pounds before summer. I already workout, but I don't do nearly the aerobic training I should. Comment?
The Burlington Fire Department received approval from the city council on Monday to begin the process of purchasing land along Bonnar Bridge Parkway for a sixth fire station - something that's been in the works since 2011. Comment?
The following drivers 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. Comment?
The Mendez family is opening Mosca's Restaurant in downtown Burlington on Wednesday in what used to be The Venue at 120 E. Front St. Comment?
Before the building at 736 S. Main St. was ever home to McPherson's Hardware store and, most recently, Main & Fifth Consignment & Home Furnishings, it was a dealership for now-vintage cars. Comment?
Burlington's new police chief, Jeffrey Smythe, is the latest in a long line of officers dating back 126 years to Franklin Augustus "Frank" Paylor, Burlington's first chief. Comment?
John Glenn knew nothing would be routine when he woke up the morning of April 1, 1993. Comment?
Right off the bat we offer a welcome to Burlington's new police chief, J. Jeffrey Smythe. Comment?
Burlington's downtown had a rough start this fiscal year, but is rebounding with more renovations, new business openings and community supporters. Comment?
An opening reception for the Burlington Artists League's 2013 Senior Artists Judged Competition will be from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at the league's Fine Arts Gallery located inside Holly Hill Mall and Business Center, Burlington. Comment?
A cycle of mentoring is how Hallie Hogan describes Elon University's Opera Workshop's recent project. Comment?
Graham's city council voted Tuesday to enter into an agreement with the N.C. Department of Transportation regarding the relocation of River Street. Comment?
The patrol says speeding continues to be our biggest problem. Of the 1,801 fatal collissions in the state in 2012, speed was a factor in 245 of them. Comment?
The Alamance County Homeschool Band will be having a yard sale from 7 a.m. to noon Saturday at Northside Presbyterian Church, 1825 Vaughn Road, Burlington. Comment?
All Western Electric, AT&T and Lucent retirees are invited to Western Steak House at 9 a.m. Friday. Comment?
According to a news release, members of the department's Community Crime Abatement Team are asking for the community's health in locating Quentin McKevie Williams, 40, and Tony Lee Bumpass, 46. Comment?
The city of Burlington wants residents to know that it does not endorse a New Jersey company's solicitation for a "water and sewer line protection program." American Water Resources Inc., a subsidiary of American Water Works Company Inc., is headquartered in Voorhees, New Jersey. Comment?
Alamance County has a variety of wine tasting options. We've included information on area wineries, in case you'd like to take a tour: Benjamin Vineyards & Winery, 6516 Whitney Road, Graham. Comment?