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For the second year, organizers will hold Souls to the Polls caravan in Alamance

The second annual souls to the polls event will take place this Sunday. → Read More

Body of deceased woman discovered inside burning car

Multiple agencies are investigating the case of a deceased woman found in a burning car early Sunday morning. → Read More

Pinegrove to rock Haw River Ballroom with a purpose

Country music group Pinegrove is set to perform in Saxapahaw on Monday → Read More

Can a YouTube video convince people to rethink cash bail? Local organizers think so

A new music video making the rounds on YouTube seeks to humanize those caught in the criminal justice system. → Read More

Elon University professor hopes new book will impact the fight against black-male stereotypes

An Elon University professor's new book challenges widespread perceptions against black men. → Read More

Burlington resident, pet dog injured in house fire

Crews rescue a Burlington resident and pet dog from Tuesday afternoon fire. → Read More

Burlington resident, pet dog injured in house fire

Crews rescue a Burlington resident and pet dog from Tuesday afternoon fire. → Read More

Inspiring diversity: Burlington gospel concert to feature, celebrate all races

A Burlington concert scheduled for Saturday will promote unity across Christian faith → Read More

Three new laws could overhaul criminal justice in North Carolina: Here's how

The governor signs new bills into law he hopes will positively impact criminal justice reform efforts. → Read More

High Point will explore citywide reparations with new committee

During their Monday evening regular session, High Point officials agreed to create a Reparation Committee. → Read More

North Carolina database seeks to hold law enforcement accountable

Emancipate NC is spearheading a new database to report misconduct among North Carolina law enforcement. → Read More

High Point officials might create NAACP-requested reparations commission

High Point commissioners will decide the fate of a proposed reparations commission on Sept. 20. → Read More

Alamance County census data bucks state, national trends

A demographer explains trends in Alamance County census data. → Read More

Protesters, activists sound off on North Carolina's 'Prevent Rioting' bill

Following a gubernatorial veto, local organizers express thoughts about the divisive piece of legislation. → Read More

Years after arrest for casting ballot, Burlington man reflects on possible changes to voting laws

An ongoing lawsuit regarding voting rights affects Burlington man accused of casting an illegal ballot in 2016. → Read More

Q&A: Following speech that went viral, lawmaker talks slavery, historical truth

Representative Brandon Lofton talks history and slavery after his speech in the General Assembly → Read More

Environmentalists hold gathering in Burlington

Local environmentalists converged in Burlington on Saturday for a community-building gathering. → Read More

2 political heavyweights voice support for bill to curb critical race theory in schools

Lt. Governor Mark Robinso and Senator Phil Berger talk indoctrination with Senate Education Committee members. → Read More

Local teacher balances divide between critical race theory and music education

A local educator wants everyone to know the importance of culture in music → Read More

'Lucha' wrestling brings body slams, colorful characters to Burlington

A wrestling promotion seeks to channel local talent, entertain locals in Alamance County. → Read More