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Ron Osborne (D) always considered himself a behind-the-scenes person when it comes to politics — from assisting with campaigns, to attending hearings and voting in elections. But come this fall, he’ll be in a different position when he sees his name on the election ballot.
Stephen Valentine describes himself as a veteran, social worker and educator. The New Jersey native, who has lived in Durham County since 2005, has held many roles in his life, but he hopes to soon add representative for North Carolina’s 4th Congressional District.
Craig Turner is putting his name on the ballot for Alamance County Board of Commissioners. The Alamance County native is running for reelection in the 2022 primary elections for a Republican seat.
Anthony Pierce is vying for one of two available seats on the Alamance County Board of Commissioners. As the only Democratic party candidate for county commissioner, Pierce will find out who he will compete with after the 2022 primary elections.
Updated as May 18, 2022 at 12:19 a.m. to include primary election results.
Correction: A previous photo for this article featured a caption that was inaccurate. The photo and caption have been updated to include correct details about the event photographed. Elon News Network regrets this error.
Only seven out of 52 goals have been accomplished in the Elon University Global Education Center’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategic Plan. Created in 2019, the master plan was set to be achieved between 2020 and 2025, with goals curated by members across the GEC to serve Elon students and their global studies from a DEI standpoint.
Updated as of April 28, 2022 at 10:11 a.m. to include information about SGA funding.
Young adulthood — the age range between 18 and 25 years old — is when cardiovascular health issues can start to arise. When it occurs and how to deal with it has been a study the American Heart Association has tried to analyze for decades. But when it comes to finding ways to prevent heart disease or other cardiovascular health issues, those questions are starting to be answered by Elon University’s Health E Start study.
A resignation, seven transfer portal entries and a nationwide search for a new head coach all transpired in the span of 10 days for Elon University men’s basketball program. The intense period eventually turned in a new direction when the team found its next leader: Billy Taylor.
Galyna Karpenski has always had a soft spot for animals — from rescuing them to providing rehabilitation through her nonprofit organization, Fine Whines and Lickers. She and her husband, Peter Karpenski, founded the nonprofit in 2016, with the shelter’s mission of rescuing “hard to adopt” dogs from local animal shelters in Caswell County and the surrounding area.
Residents at The Village at Brookwood have spent the past few weeks clearing their closets and filling suitcases. The Burlington retirement community has been collecting items to add to North Carolina’s aid and donations to Ukraine and neighboring European countries.
Updated as of April 3, 2022 at 10:13 p.m. to include additional video.
The lobby of a local Honda dealership has seen hundreds of Burlington residents in recent days. Though the location is typically filled with individuals interested in purchasing or repairing a car, many are there for another reason: to drop off strollers, suitcases, sleeping bags and other everyday essentials.
Updated as of March 28, 2022 at 9:59 p.m. to include additional video.
It all started with joining a football team in the third grade for Lauryn Carlton. The strength Carlton built up from the sport followed her throughout high school as she continued to be successful on the field. But when she received a phone call from Elon track and field coach Laura Iguane during her junior year, she didn’t know that football would lead her to be on another field — throwing discus, shot put and hammer in track and field.
It all started with a pack of press-on nails. Burlington resident Tori Mitchell began running around Tucker Street offering manicures to her neighbors. This love for painting nails landed Mitchell first job straight in a salon in East Burlington when she was 17 years old. Now Mitchell, 45, serves as the founder and CEO of Nail Fiendz Nail Institute, a nail tech school that provides skills and experiences for local residents.
Driving down North Graham Hopedale Road in Burlington, Seneca Rogers passes by the former Western Electric Company-Tarheel Army Missile Plant. Rogers, who is currently running for Alamance Board of Education, hopes that the area can one day turn into something else — a Black community space.
It’s been over 16 years since Jim Merrill walked down the halls of Alamance Burlington School System as the superintendent. Now, after serving in three other school districts and an official retirement, Merrill returns to ABSS this year as the interim superintendent.
Elon University’s Healthy Committee announced that the indoor mask policy will remain effective during Winter Term and January 2022. Students, employees and visitors must continue to wear masks in indoor campus spaces, except when alone in a private office, in a residence hall or apartment, or while eating or drinking.