92018Dec

State of Emergency Declared for Alamance County

Alamance County has declared a local ‘State of Emergency’ effective today, December 9, 2018, at 10am. A state of emergency allows the County to coordinate and request additional emergency supplies and resources to mitigate the impact of the storm. It also places the county, citizens, municipalities, and towns in a better position for FEMA to… Continue Reading State of Emergency Declared for Alamance County

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52018Nov

10 Tips for Election Day Voters – From the NC State Board of Elections

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sunday, November 4, 2018 10 Tips for Election Day Voters RALEIGH, N.C. – The State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement offers the following 10 tips for voters as they head to the polls on Election Day – Tuesday, November 6. 1)      Polls across North Carolina are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.… Continue Reading 10 Tips for Election Day Voters – From the NC State Board of Elections

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162018Oct

Alamance County Veteran Services Accepting Parade Entries

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 10/16/18 Alamance County Government Contact: Tammy Crawford, Veteran Services Director 336-570-6763 124 W. Elm Street, Graham 336-228-1312 Alamance County Veteran Services Accepting Parade Entries The Alamance County Veteran Services will be accepting parade entries for the 5th annual Veterans Day Parade until October 19, 2018. You may pick up applications at the… Continue Reading Alamance County Veteran Services Accepting Parade Entries

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112018Oct

State of Emergency Declared for Alamance County

Alamance County has declared a local ‘State of Emergency’ effective today, October 11, 2018, at 4:30pm. A state of emergency allows the County to coordinate and request additional emergency supplies and resources to mitigate the impact of the storm. Residents are urged to sign up to receive emergency alerts directly from Alamance County Emergency Management and… Continue Reading State of Emergency Declared for Alamance County

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302018Aug

Alamance County WIC Celebrates Black Breastfeeding Week

BURLINGTON – All are invited to join in a celebration in honor of Black Breastfeeding Week, which will take place August 25th through August 31st at Alamance Regional Medical Center (ARMC). Black Breastfeeding Week was created six years ago to help recognize and change the gap in breastfeeding rates between white and black women. There… Continue Reading Alamance County WIC Celebrates Black Breastfeeding Week

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172018Aug

2018 Alamance County Farmland Preservation Program Application Sign up

The Alamance County Voluntary Agricultural District Board (AVAD) will be accepting applications for the Alamance County Farmland Preservation Program from Sept. 3rd – Sept. 28th, 2018 at the Alamance SWCD Office at 209 N Graham Hopedale Rd. in Burlington. Applications can be picked up at the Cooperative Extension and Soil and Water Office starting September… Continue Reading 2018 Alamance County Farmland Preservation Program Application Sign up

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172018Jul

County Government Academy Fall Kick-Off 2018

Now Accepting Applications Alamance County will kick-off the 2018 Fall County Government Academy on Tuesday, September 11th, 2018. The County Government Academy gives participants a behind the scenes look at the county’s responsibilities and the vital role that county government plays in the community. Join us in learning how your tax dollars are spent! The… Continue Reading County Government Academy Fall Kick-Off 2018

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272018Jun

Pickett Named 2018 Citizen Volunteer of the Year, Finalist and Others Honored

For Immediate Release: June 26, 2018 Contact: Tory Frink, Clerk to Board (336) 570-4042 The Alamance County Board of Commissioners awarded the “Citizen Volunteer of the Year” and honored other volunteers for their  service at a luncheon held on Thursday, June 22. Chair Amy Galey presented the top award to Earl Pickett, Social Services Board… Continue Reading Pickett Named 2018 Citizen Volunteer of the Year, Finalist and Others Honored

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