Sunday, June 17, 2012
In 1960, the community's name changed again to Williamsburg. This was in honor of the nearby Williamsburg School, which when it opened in 1840 was the first public school in North Carolina.
I am sure a number of you when reading this feature are asking, what's a whirligig. Think of a very decorative windmill. Now put nea...
In the late 1840s, growth in Western Orange County necessitated the creation of a new county west of the Haw River. In 1849, Alamance Cou...
The City of Belmont is one of Gaston County's fastest growing communities. The former textile town is also one of the Charlotte's...