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  • Charlotte Charlotte, NC
    Downtown Charlotte
  • Huntersville Huntersville, NC
    Fourth of July Parade
  • Asheville Asheville, NC
    Grove Arcade
  • Kannapolis Kannapolis, NC
    Statue of Dale Earnhardt Sr.
  • Jacksonville Jacksonville, NC
    Enjoying the local skate park
  • Hickory Hickory, NC
    A relaxing spot in beautiful Hickory
  • BB&T Ballpark: Credit: Brett Osborne/Clear Sky Images Winston Salem, NC
    2010 Ballpark of the Year - Home of the Winston Salem Dash
  • Wilson Wilson, NC
    Baseball Stadiums at the J. Burt Gillette Athletic Complex
  • Wilmington Wilmington, NC
    Downtown from the Waterfront
  • High Point High Point, NC
    High Point City Lake
  • Burlington Burlington, NC
    Burlington Historic Railroad Depot and Amphitheater
  • Greenville Greenville, NC
    City Hall at Night
  • Durham Durham, NC
    American Tobacco Warehouse
  • Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC
    West Franklin St. in the Fall
  • Apex Apex, NC
    31st Annual Peakfest
  • Rocky Mount Rocky Mount
    Helen P. Gay Historic Train Station
  • Fayetteville Fayetteville, NC
    Fayetteville Tech Rose Garden
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Unmasking Poverty and Unemployement in Urban North Carolina
Members of the North Carolina Metropolitan Mayors Coalition released data detailing pockets of severe poverty and unemployment – distressed census tracts – in North Carolina's larger cities. The data shows that nearly 580,000 North Carolina residents live in distressed tracts, with 62 percent of these living in metropolitan regions.
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