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  • Belmont

    Belmont

    Originally settled around the colonial era, the first fort was built by a group of Dutch settlers near the junction of the South Fork and Catawba River in the 1750s.…

  • Cabarrus County

    Cabarrus County

    Cabarrus County may be known as “Where Racing Lives,” but we’re so much more than motorsports. We have a little something for everyone, including home-cooked BBQ, historic Reed Gold Mine,…

  • Charlotte

    Charlotte

    Charlotte is one of the 25 largest cities in the U.S. and the largest city in North Carolina. Nicknamed the Queen City, Charlotte and its resident county are named in…

  • Concord

    Concord

    Concord, North Carolina, Cabarrus County’s largest city, was established in 1796 near the center of the county to serve as the seat of local government. It began as a small…

  • Cornelius

    Cornelius

    Cornelius was established in 1905 and originated as a mill and farm community. Originally incorporated as ‘Liverpool’, the town’s name was changed to Cornelius to honor Joseph Benjamin Cornelius. Cornelius has…

  • Davidson

    Davidson

    Located 20 miles north of Charlotte, NC, we are a small college town with engaged and active citizens who care deeply about their community. We have a mayor, board of…

  • Denver

    Denver

    Denver, North Carolina is a small southern town located at the east end of Lincoln County in western North Carolina. The area is rich with history that follows the development…

  • Gastonia

    Gastonia

    Gastonia, N.C., just minutes west of Charlotte, is one of the area’s best places to live and work with an ideal combination of location, size and livability. Gastonia is the…

  • Harrisburg

    Harrisburg

    Located in southwest Cabarrus County, bordering Mecklenburg County and the City of Charlotte, the Town of Harrisburg is located in a prime location for residential and commercial growth. The town…

  • Huntersville

    Huntersville

    Incorporated in 1873, Huntersville has grown from a small mill town, to a new, dynamic area combining retail and residential areas with historic cultural attractions. Home to diverse attractions and entertainment, shopping, NASCAR and…

  • Indian Trail

    Indian Trail

    Indian Trail can trace its beginnings to the 1750s and the establishment of a trade route between Petersburg, Virginia, and the Waxhaw Indian settlement. It was founded on March 12,…

  • Kannapolis

    Kannapolis

    The City offers a low stress, family oriented community with loads of southern charm in an ideal climate. Conveniently located to the interstate, local and national airports, and home to…

  • Matthews

    Matthews

    Nestled between Charlotte and Union County, Matthews offers big city amenities with a small-town feel. Annual festivals, family-friendly entertainment and plenty of recreational amenities have made it one of the…

  • Mint Hill

    Mint Hill

    Still surrounded by farmland and heavily wooded neighborhoods, Mint Hill offers homegrown entertainment in a quiet community. Part of the Charlotte metropolitan, the hopping suburb of Mint Hill is settled…

  • Monroe

    Monroe

    The city of Monroe is a vibrant and progressive city that serves as the hub of retail, government, culture, and industry in Union County. From the large Historic District complete…

  • Mooresville

    Mooresville

    Mooresville, North Carolina, is a thriving small town with big town progress. Mooresville is located about 30 miles north of Charlotte, near Lake Norman and in the heart of race…

  • Mount Holly

    Mount Holly

    Through the economic ups and downs of the twentieth century, the textile industry continued to play a significant role in the Mount Holly area. The Gaston County Economic Development Commission’s…

  • Waxhaw

    Waxhaw

    The Town of Waxhaw is located only 20 minutes from south Charlotte and approximately three miles from the South Carolina state line. Dating back to the 1700s, Waxhaw is one…