According to the North Carolina Department of Revenue (NCDOR), Tony's Pub and Subs owes $36,267.22 in sales and use tax.
President-elect Donald Trump delivered an encore performance Tuesday night of the raucous rallies he brought to North Carolina during the 2016 campaign season.
Walking through the main hallway of Cummings High School, Athletic Director Kyle Pycraft stopped and looked at the trophy cases that lined the path. Indented in two long walls near the entrance are modest wooden shelves with protective glass, where years of county and state championship trophies stand shoulder to shoulder. “Strong and successful athletics are a big part of Cummings’ history and culture,” Pycraft said.
Brothers of one of Elon's historically black fraternities find racist remarks at fraternity convention in Greensboro11/16/16 10:43pm
These words and symbols were written on a bathroom wall at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro at an annual statewide convention for the historically black Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, founded in 1906.
On Tuesday evening between 8:45 p.m. and 10 p.m., a female Elon student had racial slurs yelled at her from a vehicle while walking on campus between the Inman Admissions Welcome Center and the Koury Business Center, according to Dean of Students Smith Jackson and Vice President of University Communications Dan Anderson
Democratic Attorney General Roy Cooper was in a neck-and-neck gubernatorial race against Republican Gov. Pat McCrory.
The dog rescue festival, Woofstock brought hundreds of people to Burlington City Park Saturday.
Two Elon University students — including one football player — were arrested Sunday, Oct. 30, for damaging a mailbox and running away from a Town of Elon police officer. Sophomore quarterback Conor Hughes and sophomore Kyle McLester — a former football player — were booked in Alamance County Jail Sunday night, each charged with a misdemeanor for injury to personal property and a misdemeanor for resisting public officer. According to the magistrate’s order, Hughes and McLester damaged the mailbox and post of Ebert Murray’s property at 215 S.
An Elon News Network investigation has found that more than half of the polling places in Alamance County could be in violation of federal law.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, running mate for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, urged North Carolina Republican voters to "come home" to their party.
Dee Evans helped raise more than $250,000 at a gala for Little Pink Houses of Hope this earlier month.
The candidates for the Alamance-Burlington county Board of Education addressed the Elon University acquiring Elon Elementary school tonight.
Earlier today, the Elon News Network sat down briefly with Bob Woodward before he gave his Convocation Address at Elon University.
Former Elon Mayor Beth Schmidt passed away Monday at the age of 81. Schmidt was the first female mayor of Elon.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton held a rally Tuesday afternoon at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh to discuss the importance of building an equitable economy and increasing voter turnout.
Rhode Island native Brittany, whose name has been changed to protect her identity, is a senior biology and biostatistics major on the pre-med track at Elon University. She’s in a sorority and plays a club sport. And though many of her peers know her from her on-campus involvement, many also know her as a distributor of fake IDs at Elon.
Acorn coffee shop is set to get a new awning this Friday causing four parking spaces along N Williamson Ave next to Elon University and two spaces in front of Acorn to be closed from 5:30am to 9:00pm. The sidewalk area in front of Acorn will also be closed during the installation of the awning.
Gov. Pat McCrory said the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce helped write two of the four parts of House Bill 2.
The crowd buzzed in excitement as they awaited former President Bill Clinton's speech at the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign rally in Durham, North Carolina, Sept. 6. Prior to Bill Clinton, representatives from the North Carolina General Assembly and community took the stage to advocate for Hillary Clinton in the upcoming presidential election in November.