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I am a new resident to North Carolina as of August of this year - there are azalea bushes that are NOW blooming in mid-November in my...

madeline stevens


I would like to know the regulations for this I currently have a tiny house but I need some jesters on inspection

Kimberlie Otero

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Eddie Murphy, High Point, a member of EnergyUnited

Strange Bird

This tomato “bird” was grown in our garden box. We loved seeing its beak grow.

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