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Stress Less. Live Moore. Welcome to Moore County, North Carolina, home to US Open Championships and major equestrian events. It’s home to masters of pottery and innovators in business. It’s home to outdoorsman, artists, writers and people who think for themselves and pursue their dreams. Sound good? It’s also home to friendly people, and plenty of room for you! Read More »

Town of Carthage

Incorporated as the Town of Carthage in 1796, the town's named was changed to Fagansville in 1806 in honor of Richardson Fagin because the county seat was previously established on land he owned.  Although no one seems to know why, the state legislature changed the name back to Carthage in 1818 and the name stuck this time.

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Town of Carthage

Town of Pinebluff

Though Pinebluff's original sand streets and avenues have mostly been paved, the Town retains much of its original character with tree-lined roads and walkways, two original churches, an ecologically diverse lake, and a mix of old and new homes nestled among the pines.

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Town of Taylortown

Originally called Old Settlement, Taylortown originated from the land that Demus Taylor purchased from James Tufts, the founder of Pinehurst.  The Town was later renamed Taylortown in honor of Demus and was finally incorporated in 1987.

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Town of Taylortown

Town of Vass

In the 1920s, the Town of Vass vied with the neighboring town of Cameron for the coveted title of "Dewberry Capital of the World" because dewberries were a major crop widely grown in the area during that time.

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Town of Vass