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    Aberdeen
    NC
    Originally named Blue's Crossing, Aberdeen was settled in the 1700s by Scottish emigrants. Aberdeen is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers.
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    Asheboro
    NC
    Home of the North Carolina Zoo.
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    Carolina Shores
    NC
    The residents of the Carolina Shores Golf Course community originally made up the town’s population. The town was incorporated in 1998.
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    Valdese
    NC
    The summer outdoor drama “From This Day Forward” honors the 29 Waldensian immigrants who fled religious persecution and settled in what would become Valdese. Their settlement was the largest Waldensian colony in the world outside of Italy.
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    Rural Hall
    NC
    Named for "The Hall," the home of Benjamin L. Bitting, who used his home as a post office during the Civil War.
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    Lenoir
    NC
    Baseball great Rube Walker, born in Lenoir in 1926, was the Brooklyn Dodger catcher behind the plate when Bobby Thomson hit “The Shot Heard Round the World” in 1951.
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    Matthews
    NC
    The Matthews Town Hall and Library was dedicated on Sept. 30, 2001. The facility was a partnership between the town and the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County.
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    Siler City
    NC
    The N.C. Arts Incubator, located in Siler City, fosters dozens of artists, working in a variety of media from pottery to glass to fiber, honing their crafts over several buildings in downtown.
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    Stedman
    NC
    Stedman Atlantic Coast Line depot has been renovated into a library.
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    Franklinton
    NC
    When federal agents dumped about 10,000 gallons of illegal whiskey on the ground following a raid in February 1959, they didn’t realize it would run into the town reservoir. The “white lightning in the water supply” brought much publicity to Franklinton.