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Home ::: North Carolina

Population: 9544249

Total Males: 4649769
Total Females: 4894480
Median Household Income: $ 46450
Total Households: 3693221
   

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of North Carolina in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Aberdeen Advance
Ahoskie Albemarle Albermarle
Albertson Alexander ALEXANDER CITY
Alexis Alliance Amarillo
Andrews Angier Ansonville
Apex Arapahoe Ararat
Archdale Archer Lodge Arden
Ash Asheboro Asheville
Ashville Atkinson Atlanta
Atlantic Atlantic Beach Aulander
Aurora Autryville Avon
Ayden Aydlett Badin
Bahama Bailey Bakersville
Bald Head Island Balsam Banner Elk
Barco Barnardsville Bat Cave
Bath Battery Park Battleboro
Bayboro Bear Creek Beaufort
Beech Mountain Belews Creek Belhaven
Belmont Belvidere Bennett
Benson BENTON Bermuda Run
BESSEMER Bessemer City Bethania
Bethel Beulaville Biscoe
Black Creek Black Mountain Bladenboro
Blanch Blounts Creek Blowing Rock
Boiling Springs Bolivia Bolton
Bonlee Boomer Boone
Boonville Bostic Brasstown
Brevard Bridgeton Broadway
Brooklyn Browns Summit Brunswick
Bryson City Buies Creek Bullock
Bunn Bunnlevel Burgaw
Burlington Burnsville Butner
Buxton Bynum Calabash
Caledonia Call Calypso
Camden Cameron CAMILLA
Camp Lejeune Candler Candor
Canton Cape Carteret Caroleen
Carolina Beach Carolina Shores CARRABELLE
Carrboro Carthage Cary
Casar Cashiers Castalia
Castle Hayne Catawba Cedar Grove
Cedar Island Cedar Mountain Cedar Point
Cerro Gordo Chadbourn Chapel Hill
Charlotte Charotte Cherokee
Cherry Point Cherryville Chimney Rock
China Grove Chinquapin Chocowinity
Claremont Clarendon Clarkton
Clayton Clemmons Cleveland
Cliffside Climax Clinton
Clyde Coats Cofield
Coinjock Colerain Colfax
Collettsville Columbia Columbus
Como Concord Conetoe
Connelly Springs Connellys Springs Conover
Conway Cooleemee Corapeake
Cordova Cornelius Corolla
Council Cove City COVINGTON
Cramerton Creedmoor Creston
Creswell CROSSETT Crossnore
Crouse Crumpler Cullowhee
Currie Currituck Dallas
Dana Danbury Davidson
Davis Deep Gap Deep Run
Delco DEMOPOLIS Denton
Denver Dillsboro Dobson
DOLAN SPRINGS DOTHAN Dover
Drexel Dublin Duck
Dudley Duncan Dunn
Durham Eagle Springs Earl
East Bend East Flat Rock East Spencer
Eden Edenton Edneyville
Edward Efland Elizabeth City
Elizabethtown Elk Park Elkin
Ellenboro Ellerbe Elm City
Elon Elon College Emerald Isle
Enfield Engelhard Enka
Ennice Ernul Erwin
Ether Etowah Eure
Everetts Evergreen Fair Bluff
Fairfield Fairmont Fairview
Faison Faith Falcon
Falkland Fallston Farmville
Fayetteville Ferguson Flat Rock
Flatrock Fleetwood Fletcher
Forest City Fort Bragg Fountain
Four Oaks Fourth Floor Franklin
Franklinton Franklinville Fremont
Frisco Fuquay Varina Fuquay-Varina
Garland Garner Garysburg
Gaston Gastonia Gates
Gatesville Germanton Gerton
Gibson Gibsonville Glade Valley
Glenview Glenville Glenwood
Godwin Gold Hill Goldsboro
Goldston Gordo Graham
Grandy Granite Falls Granite Quarry
Grantsboro Grassy Creek Green Mountain
Greensboro Greensborough Greenville
Grifton Grimesland Grover
Gulf Halifax Hallsboro
Hamilton Hamlet Hampstead
Hamptonville Harbinger Harkers Island
Harmony Harrells Harris
Harrisburg Hatteras Havelock
Haw River Hayesville Hays
Henderson Hendersonville Hendersonvle
Henrico Henrietta Heritage Square
Herndon Hertford Hickory
Hiddenite High Point High Shoals
Highfalls Highlands Hildebran
Hillsborough Hobbsville Hobgood
Hobucken Hoffman Holden Beach
Hollister Holly Ridge Holly Springs
Hookerton Hope Mills Horse Shoe
Hot Springs Hubert Hudson
Huntersville Hurdle Mills Indian Trail
Ingold Iron Station IRVINGTON
Ivanhoe Jackson Jackson Springs
Jacksonville Jamestown Jamesville
Jarvisburg Jefferson Jonas Ridge
Jonesville Julian Kannapolis
Kelford Kelly Kenansville
Kenly Kernersville KILL DEVIL HILL
Kill Devil Hills King Kings Mountain
Kingstown Kinston Kipling
Kittrell Kitty Hawk Knightdale
Knotts Island Kure Beach La Grange
Lake Junaluska Lake Lure Lake Norman
Lake Toxaway Lake Waccamaw Lakeview
Landis Lansing Lattimore
Laurel Hill Laurel Springs Laurinburg
Lawndale Lawsonville Leasburg
Leicester Leland Lemon Springs
Lenoir Lewiston Lewiston Woodville
Lewisville Lexington Liberty
Lilesville Lillington Lincolnton
Linden Linville Linwood
Little Switzerland Littleton Locust
Longwood Louisburg Lowell
Lowgap Lowland Lucama
Lumber Bridge Lumberton Lynchburg
Lynn Macclesfield Macon
Madison Madrid Maggie Valley
Magnolia Maiden Mamers
Manns Harbor Manson Manteo
Maple Maple Hill Marble
Marion Markaryd Maron
Mars Hill Marshall Marshallberg
Marshville Marston Mathews
Matthews Maury Maxton
Mayodan Maysville McAdenville
McCutcheon Field McGrady McLeansville
Mebane Merritt Merry Hill
Micaville Micro Middleburg
Middlesex Midland Midway Park
Mill Spring Millers Creek Mills River
Milton Milwaukee Mineral Springs
Mint Hill Mocksville Moncure
Monroe Montezuma Montreat
Mooresboro Mooresville Moorseville
Moravian Falls Morehead Morehead City
Morganton Morrisville Morven
Mount Airy Mount Gilead Mount Holly
Mount Mourne Mount Olive Mount Pleasant
Mount Ulla Mountain Home Moyock
MT Airy MT Holly MT Pleasant
Mt Ulla Mt. Airy Mt. Holly
Murfreesboro Murphy Myrtle Beach
Nags Head Nakina Naples
Nashville Navassa Nebo
New Bern New Hill New London
Newell Newland Newport
Newport News Newton Newton Grove
Norfolk Norlina Norman
North Carolina North Charleston North Raleigh
North Topsail Beach North Wilkesboro Norwood
Oak City OAK GROVE Oak Island
Oak Ridge Oakboro Ocean Isle Beach
Ocracoke Old Fort Olin
Olivia ORANGE Oriental
Orrum Otto Oxford
PANAMA CITY Pantego Parkton
Parmele Paruzzaro Patterson
Paw Creek Peachland Pelham
PELL CITY Pembroke Penland
Penrose Pfafftown Pikeville
Pilot Mountain Pine Hall Pine Knoll Shores
Pine Level Pinebluff Pinehurst
Pinetops Pinetown Pineville
Piney Creek Pink Hill Pinnacle
Pisgah Forest Pittsboro Pleasant Garden
Pleasant Hill Plumtree Plymouth
Point Harbor Polkton Polkville
Pollocksville Pope Air Force Base Poplar Branch
Portland Powells Point Powellsville
Princeton Proctorville Prospect Hill
Providence Purlear Raeford
Raleigh Raliegh Ramseur
Randleman Red Oak Red Springs
Reidsville Research Triangle Park Research Triangle Pk
Rex Rich Square Richfield
Richlands Ridgecrest Riedgelwood
Riegelwood Roanoke Rapid Roanoke Rapids
Roanoke Rpds Roaring Gap Roaring River
Robbins Robbinsville Robersonville
Rockingham Rockwell Rocky Mount
Rocky Point Rodanthe Rolesville
Ronda Roper Rose Hill
Roseboro Rosman Rougemont
Rowland Roxboro Roxobel
Ruffin Rural Hall Rutherford College
Rutherfordton Saint Pauls Salemburg
Salisbury Salter Path Saluda
Salvo San Diego Sandy Ridge
Sanford Sapphire Saratoga
Saxapahaw Scaly Mountain Scotland Neck
Scotts Scottville Scranton
Seaboard Seagrove Sealevel
Seattle Sedalia Selma
Semora Semr Johnson Afb Seven Springs
Severn Shallotte Shannon
Sharpsburg Shawboro Shelby
Sherrills Ford Shiloh Siler City
Siloam Simpson Sims
Skyland Smithfield Smyrna
Sneads Ferry Snow Camp Snow Hill
Sophia South Brunswick South Concord
South Durham South Mills South Wilson
Southern Pines Southern Shores Southmont
Southport Sparta Speed
Spencer Spindale Spring Hope
Spring Lake Spruce Pine St Pauls
Stacy Staley Stallings
Stanfield Stanley Stantonsburg
Star State Road Statesville
Stedman Stella Stem
Stokes Stokesdale Stoneville
Stoney Creek Stony Point Stovall
Stumpy Point Sugar Grove Sugar Mountain
Summerfield Summerville Sunbury
Sunset Beach Supply Surf City
Swannanoa Swanquarter Swansboro
Sylva Tabor City Tar Heel
Tarawa Terrace Tarboro TARRANT
Taylorsville Teachey Terrell
Thomasville Thurmond Tillery
Timberlake Toast Tobaccoville
Todd Topsail Beach Topton
Traphill Trent Woods Trenton
Trinity Troutman Troy
Tryon Tuckasegee Tulsa
Turkey Turnersburg Tuxedo
Tyner UNION Union Grove
Union Mills Valdese Vale
Valle Crucis Vanceboro Vandemere
Vass Vilas Waco
Wade Wadesboro Wagram
Wake Forest Walkertown Wallace
Wallburg Walnut Cove Walstonburg
Wanchese Warne Warrensville
Warrenton Warsaw Washington
Watha Waughtown Waves
Waxhaw Waynesville Weaverville
Webster Weddington Welcome
Weldon Wendell Wentworth
Wesley Chapel West Asheville West Chester
West End West Jefferson WEST MONROE
Westfield Weverville Whispering Pines
Whitakers White Oak Whiteville
Whitsett Whittier Wildwood
Wilimington Wilington Wilkesboro
Willard Williamston Williston
Willow Spring Willow Springs Wilmington
Wilmington‎ Wilson Wilsons Mills
Wimington Windsor Winfall
Wingate Winnabow Winston Sa
Winston Salem Winston-Salem Winterville
Winton Woodland Woodleaf
Wrightsville Beach Yadkinville Yanceyville
YORK Youngsville Zebulon
Zionville Zirconia
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: North Carolina


Basic History

North Carolina’s coast was possibly first explored by Spanish navigators in 1524. The first permanent settlements took place around 1653. In 1712, North Carolina was made a separate colony. The British government made North Carolina a royal colony in 1729. Thereafter the region developed more rapidly. In 1784, North Carolina ceded its western lands to the United States. Considerable antislavery sentiment existed until the 1830s. The Reconstruction constitution of 1868 abolished slavery. The turn of the twentieth century marked the beginning of a new progressive era, and new interest was created in developing the state’s agricultural and industrial resources. Industrialization burgeoned after World War II.

Environmental History

North Carolina has approximately 300 species and subspecies of trees, and almost 3000 varieties of flowering plants. Sea oats, saltmeadow, cordgrass, wax myrtle, red cedar, live oak, cypress, gum trees, pond pine, longleaf pine, turkey oak, Virginia pine, sweet gum, tulip poplars, Carolina Hemlock, silver bell, yellow buckeye, white basswood, sugar maple, yellow birch, beech, spruce and fir are abundant in the region. 27 plant species are listed threatened or endangered, including bunched arrowhead, Heller’s blazingstar, seabeach amaranth, and rough-leaved loosestrife. The white-tailed deer, the black bear, the wild boar, and beavers are commonly found in animal species. The gray wolf, elk, eastern cougar, and bison are extinct in North Carolina. 36 animal species that are listed threatened or endangered include Indiana and Virginia big-eared bats, bald eagle, red-cockaded woodpecker, four species of whale, and five species of sea turtle.

Green Initiatives

NC GreenPower is an independent, non-profit organization that is working to improve North Carolina’s environment through voluntary contributions toward renewable energy and mitigation of greenhouse gases. It is a green energy program supported by all the state’s utilities, and supplements the state’s existing power supply with more green energy- electricity generated from renewable energy sources like the sun, wind, and organic matter. It also offers carbon offsets to address growing concerns about the impact of greenhouse gases on the environment. With growing interest in energy and water savings, more and more government facilities are adopting sustainability policies and green building a requirement, leading to a greater awareness of the impact government has on North Carolina economy and natural resources. North Carolina government is an important contributor to the state’s environmental quality in three main areas: as a whole, the government is the single largest organization, consuming energy and natural resources and creating waste and other environmental impacts; it creates laws and policies that shape the economic growth of the state and its impacts on the environment; is a highly-visible role model for the state’s citizens, businesses, industries and local governments. The state’s Project Green includes: Cool Cities Resolution; assessments to save fuel and reducing air pollution; Climate Action; and NC League of Municipalities Green Challenge.
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