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    Lillington
    NC
    Was named for John Alexander Lillington, an officer from North Carolina during the Revolutionary War who fought in the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge in 1776 and served as brigadier general in the state militia.
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    Asheville
    NC
    Known as an art colony, a healing resort and a home to notable statesmen and luminaries, Asheville is one of the most welcoming, vibrant cities in America.
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    Zebulon
    NC
    The Wakelon School Building was built in1909 and was the first school in eastern Wake County. Today it is the Zebulon Municipal Complex.
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    Garland
    NC
    Incorporated in 1907, Garland was originally known as Sloan’s Crossing.
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    Roanoke Rapids
    NC
    The Roanoke Canal Museum honors the heritage of the region's early canal system.
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    Wilmington
    NC
    Known as “Hollywood East,” Wilmington has a thriving film community, and the EUE/ Screen Gems Studio and the Cucalorus Film Festival are popular destinations for movie lovers.
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    Yadkinville
    NC
    In January 28, 1851, an act was passed to establish a county seat for Yadkin County. A 50-acre tract located at the center of the county was selected as the site of the new town.
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    Kings Mountain
    NC
    Kings Mountain takes its name from the Revolutionary battle fought five miles south, thus bringing meaning to the town’s motto, "The Historical City." This battle was very important in early American history, being proclaimed "the turning point."
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    Fayetteville
    NC
    With the help of local citizens and businesses, Fayetteville has been named “America’s Most Pro-Military Town” by TIME magazine.
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    Greenville
    NC
    East Carolina Teachers College became East Carolina University in 1967. At the turn of the century, enrollment at ECU topped the 18,000 mark, and current enrollment is nearly 26,000 students.

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