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Since 1980, a $2 billion explosion of high-rise construction has reshaped the Tar Heel skyline, transforming major cities and pumping new life into their once moribund central business districts.
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627
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Triangle South is an organization designed to promote economic development in the areas of Lee, Harnett, Southern Wake, Johnston, and Chatham Counties.
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644
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Triangle East (Rocky Mount, Wilson and Tarboro) forges ahead to bring economic prosperity to largely rural Eastern North Carolina.
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In the past five years, Kinston has led economic development performance in North Carolina.
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William B. Little, founder of Little & Associates Architects in Charlotte, heads an architectural firm that is the state's largest and is also in the top thirty-five nationwide.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 54 Issue 1, Jan 1996, p8-10, il
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Donald Ross is golf's most famous and prolific architect. In 1926, he designed the course at Hope Valley Country Club in Durham. Hughes discusses the restoration project currently underway which seeks to \"reclaim the original vision for the course and repair mistakes made in the years without Ross.\"
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No longer overshadowed by Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head golf courses, the North Carolina coast has come into its own as a prime golf destination. Golfers vacationing in the state will find great courses from the barrier islands of Brunswick County to Roanoke Sound. METRO MAGAZINE's editors and professional golfer panel picked the best private course, the best course, and the best holes they have ever played. Selections were made from nearly 100 courses and 1,800 holes.
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The golf course at the Raleigh Country Club was the last course designed by the legendary Donald Ross and was the one he was working on at the time of his death in 1948. In August 2003, John McConnell, a local entrepreneur, rescued the bankrupt club from a local group of developers who had begun planning development other than golf. He bought out the developers and brought in architect Richard Mandel who specializes in Ross restorations. McConnell says the course will be one that tests golfers every day, and not one that offers cooking classes, wine tastings, and dinner dances.
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This month's We the People of North Carolina magazine's city profile features Wilson.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 46 Issue 2, Feb 1988, p12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30-31, il
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Hughes provides capsule reports on real estate activity in North Carolina's major markets, including Charlotte, the Triad, Wilmington, and Asheville.
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Hughes discusses the rise and fall of North Carolina Governor Mike Easley.
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If you have ever dreamed of owning a vacation or second home in the North Carolina mountains, the best buying opportunity in a generation may well be at hand. Prices have dropped, interest rates are low and good deals can be found anywhere.
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When Raleigh's Jim Hyler was chosen as the President of the US Golf Association, he began to advocate sustainability with the design of golf courses in mind.
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Hughes and Droschak rank the top golf courses in North Carolina for lovers of modern or classic communities, as well as the best in state. \r\n
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In Part 3 of Metro Magazine's series on towns and places that comprise their coverage area from Raleigh to the coast, Jim Hughes discusses the city of Durham--where it has been and the future it's looking toward.
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