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Some federal COVID-19 pandemic relief money has been identified that will let the Alamance-Burlington School System close its funding shortfall without any layoffs or pay cuts, the school system’s superintendent said Thursday.

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With the Alamance-Burlngton School System's top two financial officials indefinitely sidelined, one of them permanently and the other reportedly having hidden a scandal, the school system's superintendent has recommended elevating a third official to temporarily oversee the system's finances.

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Alamance County needs to pay its deputies and detention officers more in order to attract and retain more officers — even if that means raising taxes to pay for it, Sheriff Terry Johnson told the Alamance County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday.

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The day after announcing that its top financial official had been dismissed amid a financial crisis, the Alamance-Burlington School System administrator tapped to temporarily step in to that role was suspended.

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A court has rejected a local man’s appeal of his DWI conviction, saying there is adequate evidence to support it, but it sent the case back to Alamance Superior Court to shave a few days off of his sentence for other related charges.

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A lawsuit accuses Labcorp of violating state and federal law as well as its own publicly stated policies by using computer code on its website to take people’s personal medical information and using it to enhance the company’s profit.

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Saturday, Feb. 247:30 p.m.: Vital Signs Make-A-Wish benefit concert in Elon University’s Whitley Auditorium, 106 E. Lebanon Ave., Elon. Tickets: $7, on Elon’s campus the week before or at the door. Info: www.vitalsignsacappella.com.

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BURLINGTON — AuthoraCare Collective’s Grief Support and Counseling Center will hold a workshop, “Meditation and coping with grief,” from 2-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 19, at its Burlington office at 914 Chapel Hill Road.

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You may never have heard of Wyatt Outlaw, but he is the subject of one of the main exhibits at the African American Cultural Arts and History Center in Burlington.

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BURLINGTON — The Burlington Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. will celebrate authors of color and emphasize the importance of literacy at the “They look like me!” book fair on Saturday, March 2, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

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BURLINGTON — The Friends of the Alamance County Public Libraries has announced details of its spring book sale, which will be March 8-17 at May Memorial Library, 342 S. Spring St., Burlington (use Davis Street entrance).