May 1, 2013 by James
The Alamance County Historical Museum in burlington has announced that its 10th annual Garden Tour and Party will be held this weekend.
No doubt Flyer Printing and poster printing are being used to announce this event, as it is a major fundraiser for the Museum for its programs and exhibits.
The Tour covers five gardens of [Read more]
April 12, 2013 by James
The City of Burlington recently announced that the Police Department has a new police chief, J. Jeffrey Smythe, who will officially take over the position on May 1.
Smythe began his education in law enforcement with a [Read more]
March 4, 2013 by James
According to information released by the North Carolina Department of Transportation, Krispy Kreme has obtained a building permit to construct a new store at 182 Huffman Mill Road in burlington. Flyer printing is no doubt being put [Read more]
February 3, 2013 by Sarah
The city of Burlington, North Carolina recently announced that it will be forming a group called the East Burlington Community Workgroup, which will be a focus group whose goal is to gather input from the community on how to improve the [Read more]
January 5, 2013 by Sarah
The Alamance-burlington school system that covers Burlington, North Carolina, recently announced that several teachers in the district completed their Master’s degrees from North Carolina A&T University in Greensboro. The school system is [Read more]
December 17, 2012 by James
November 25, 2012 by Sarah
The City Council of burlington, North Carolina recently amended the smoking ordinance so that smoking would be banned beginning December 1 in businesses adjacent to restaurants. The City Council is no doubt using [Read more]
October 3, 2012 by Mark
September 2, 2012 by James
Amtrak recently announced that it will be providing two Thruway bus routes beginning in October so that travelers will be able to better connect with areas in the east of North Carolina.
One of the routes will enable the Amtrak Palmetto train service in Wilson to connect with the Thruway bus routes, while the other will enable those in burlington, North Carolina to travel to Wilson by means of the Carolinian before accessing the Thruway services. Amtrak has no doubt been using flyer printing and poster printing to inform travelers of these new services so they can better plan their trips to eastern North Carolina in the fall.
According to Joe Boardman, CEO and President of Amtrak, these new bus services will help bring travelers of Amtrak to the communities of eastern North Carolina and provide more options for transportation to citizens in the region.
Passengers will be able to book tickets on these new bus services beginning this Tuesday, September 4, the day after Labor Day. They will be able to call a toll free number, purchase them online, or purchase them at their local Amtrak station.
The Palmetto travels between New York City and Savannah, Georgia, running twice a day and serving 20 stations. These stations are hubs that provide further access to over 500 stations across 46 states that form part of the national network of Amtrak trains. This new service by Amtrak in the communities of eastern North Carolina will use intercity motor coaches.
August 5, 2012 by Mark