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for Metro Magazine Vol. 5 Issue 6, June 2004
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Tarboro was settled in 1732 and has been the county seat of Edgecombe County since 1741. It is a town rich in history. Tarboro and Boston are the country's only cities retaining town commons established by legislative act in 1760. The commons in Tarboro is surrounded by a forty-five block historic district. Lea discusses the history and architecture of the town and how Tarboro coped with the great flood produced by Hurricane Floyd in 1999.
Hillsborough in Orange County has a dining scene that appeals to all tastes and includes Mexican, country cooking, and natural foods. Benz profiles Tupelo's, \"a perfectly pitched mix of Creole and owner Matt Carroll's inventive take on regional cuisine.\"
Durham's Center for Acquisition of Spoken Language through Listening Enrichment (CASTLE), which is affiliated with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's medical school, provides instruction and resources to hearing impaired children and their parents.