Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Business North Carolina Vol. 4 Issue 12, December 1984
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This article discusses whether too much development in North Carolina cities, such as Cary and Charlotte, is a danger, especially since many of the developers come from out-of-state.
There are ten ski resorts in North Carolina and this article presents the ups and downs of the industry since the first lodge opened in 1961. Pivotal to the ski industry in the south is the snow-making machine, which has helped the industry steadily increase over the years.
This article discusses whether a passenger train, called the Carolinian, through the North Carolina Piedmont makes sense to business.
Terry Sanford is retiring as president of Duke University; this article presents his career as an attorney, legislator, governor, and twice-failed candidate for U.S. president.