Attractions

29 Jun Cadillac of Landfills

In June 1979, Warren County was chosen by North Carolina State officials, including Governor Jim Hunt, as the disposal site for PCB-contaminated soil resulting from the unconventional waste disposal process of the Raleigh-based Ward Transformer Company. At the time of the landfill site selection, Warren…

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28 Jun Brier & Crabtree Creeks

Outdoor and wildlife enthusiasts will find miles popular waterways right in the heart of North Carolina’s Triangle with the Brier Creek, Crabtree Creek, Walnut Creek, Rocky Branch and Crabtree Lake water bodies. Active travellers and residents near the Raleigh-Durham International Airport could hardly ask for…

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11 Jun Cumnock, NC

Being the south’s premier resource-rich paradise, North Carolina has enjoyed a long, profitable, mining history. The nation’s gold fever began here in the Old North State in Cabarrus County way back when in 1799 and spread west to CA and onward to the Klondike. We’ve…

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06 Jun Camp Lejeune Mineral Springs

For over thirty years, residents at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune have experienced the rejuvenating, invigorating effects of the base’s well water supply. While stationed at Lejeune, Marines and their families enjoyed hydration supplemented with perchloroethylene, trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene, vinyl chloride and benzene. Lejeune’s main family…

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