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October 2nd, 2014

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Asheville, North Carolina
When you do your research, it does seem that life is but a dream in Asheville. Located on the French Broad River with the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains as a backdrop, the climate is...
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Bald Head Island, North Carolina
ACCESSIBLE ONLY BY BOAT, exclusive Bald Head Island is to some the perfect place to retire. Built with a keen eye toward sensitive land planning and coastal architecture, the developers of the private island resort community have created some of the most beautiful and valuable real estate on the North Carolina coast...
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Beaufort, North Carolina
Beaufort, North Carolina, is home to popular museums and historical sites, including the famous North Carolina Maritime Museum, which houses artifacts that date back to the time of the notorious pirate Blackbeard and his crew. In fact, one of Blackbeard’s most legendary ships, Queen Anne’s Revenge...
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Calabash, North Carolina
NESTLED ON THE TIDAL plains in the southeast corner of North Carolina lies a small fishing village with a timeless legacy and a rich tradition. Situated between the bright lights of Myrtle Beach to the south and the historic charm of Wilmington to the north, Calabash remains a pleasant respite from the modern world...
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Cashiers, North Carolina
CASHIERS IS A TINY VILLAGE OF fewer than 200 people situated high in the mountains of Southwestern North Carolina. Near the Tennessee border, Cashiers–pronounced “cashers” by the locals–is often thought of in conjunction with its sister community of Highlands...
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Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Chapel Hill was created primarily around and to serve the University of North Carolina, the oldest state-supported university in the United States. Today, it remains a diverse university town with a varied population ranging from university students, faculty and staff to retirees from all over...
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Charlotte, North Carolina
BEFORE THE LURE OF GOLD drew dreamers and treasure seekers to California, it attracted them to South Central North Carolina in search of untold riches. The Charlotte area spawned the nation’s first gold rush early in the 19th century, shortly after a local jeweler realized that a 17-pound rock a family...
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Emerald Isle, North Carolina
KNOWN AS THE “GEM OF THE Crystal Coast,” Emerald Isle has quickly become one of the most popular family destination and vacation spots on the East Coast. With its immaculate beaches, festivals and endless activities, it’s easy to see why people in increasing numbers are discovering this island jewel.
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Lenoir, North Carolina
Visitors will enjoy shopping in Lenoir's historic downtown district where a diverse collection of shops offers antiques, collectibles, hand-crafted gifts and more. A variety of dining options are available to refresh tired shoppers...
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Greenville, North Carolina
Originally founded in 1771 as an agricultural community, Greenville now serves as a center for education, international industry, medicine and culture on North Carolina’s crystal coast. Greenville is widely known for its Uptown entertainment, and the city itself serves as a regional entertainment hub for all of...
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Rocky Mount, North Carolina
Residents of Rocky Mount can take advantage of many educational, cultural and recreational opportunities. The city operates the Arts Center, the Children’s Museum & Science Center and a community theater, all at the Imperial Centre for the Arts & Sciences...
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Winston-Salem, North Carolina
TWO NEARBY TOWNS SETTLED nearly a century apart and for vastly different reasons are now one thriving city with a well-earned reputation as a center for Southern and American arts.
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FUN FACT: Before Andy Griffith appeared on television he taught English at Goldsboro NC's Goldsboro High School.
(source: CNN.com)



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