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The Rev. Gregory Drumwright was found not guilty Feb. 6 on one charge of resisting a public officer during the Oct. 31, 2020, “I Am Change” march to the polls in Graham. According to the verdict, the Greensboro pastor has been found not guilty of three charges related to the rally.
Sean Boone will stay in his role as Alamance County district attorney after running unopposed and receiving 100% of the votes.
Brad Allen has been reelected as the district court judge for North Carolina’s 15A Judicial District, which presides over Alamance County, after running unopposed.
Burlington resident Avery Wagoner is making his first run for public office, campaigning for a seat on the Alamance-Burlington Board of Education.
Republican Sean Boone is running unopposed for reelection as the district attorney for District 17.
Democrat Brad Allen is running unopposed for reelection as the district court judge for North Carolina’s 15A Judicial District, which presides over Alamance County.
After 94 years in the Touloupas family, Zack’s Hotdogs’ third-generation owner, Zack Touloupas, has sold the iconic Burlington eatery to a businessman outside of his family.
Updated as of May 28 at 6:04 p.m. to include comment from Aswani Volety, provost and vice president of academic affairs.
At the ¡Celebremos!: Graduates Take Flight ceremony on May 19, graduating senior Isabel Martinez delivered her fourth and final spoken-word piece to a group of 30 Latinx and Hispanic students receiving bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Elon University this week.
Kaitlyn Moonsammy was awarded her Master of Science in accounting degree at Elon University’s graduate-level commencement ceremony on May 18 — two days before she receives her bachelor’s degree at Elon’s undergraduate ceremony.
Robert Colon of Wilmington, North Carolina, will face off in the state’s primary election for U.S. Senate on May 17, running on a promise to represent the interests of the people.
Democrat Marcus Williams wants to focus on the youth by helping them reach their potential.
It took less than two years for Kingston, Jamaica native Kern Dixon to expand his modest Caribbean-style food truck into a successful restaurant. Manager Amber Thomas said Dixon was inspired by his grandmother, a Jamaican cook. Dixon crafted an extensive menu of authentic Caribbean dishes for the 2019 opening of his Burlington restaurant, Dixon’s Jamaican Taste — the Elon community’s pick for “Best Black-owned Business.”
The three Ts in the name of this unassuming chicken joint stand for “Terrific! Tasting! Tenders!”, a slogan embraced by the Elon community, who voted it home to the “Best Chicken Sandwich.”
Correction: Jerry Robertson was a principal in the Alamance County School System. A previous version of this article said Robertson was a superintendent. Elon News Network regrets this error.
Over 100 Elon University seniors filled Rhodes stadium on May 19 in one of the first opportunities the class of 2021 had to gather in person. From playing cornhole to dancing under the fireworks, the Senior Celebration marked the last initiative of Elon’s Senior Class Giving Committee and the final event before undergraduate commencement on May 21.
When sophomore computer science major Milli Kearse first arrived at Elon University, she worried the odds were stacked against her. She had an aptitude for math and science and a passion for social justice that rooted her determination to study STEM and enact change in the field. But Kearse said she feared she may be overlooked in Elon’s STEM departments simply because she is a woman.
Nyote Calixte knew by the age of 10 she wanted to become a doctor. It was the obvious choice — growing up, the Elon University professor was fascinated by all things science, and the subject came to her naturally.
A disjointed chorus of voices cut in and out of the Zoom call, cheery but spastic due to poor internet connection.
When Tony Lo Giudice took on his new role as Alamance County’s health director on Nov. 30, the position had been in flux for almost five months, coronavirus cases in the county were rising steadily and the daunting task of distributing a potential COVID-19 vaccine loomed. But ask him about his first two weeks on the job, and he’ll tell you the transition was “pretty seamless.”