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  2. Wake County, North Carolina - Wikipedia

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    There are 27 high schools, 33 middle schools, 104 elementary schools, and eight specialized schools. In addition, nine charter schools and 31 private schools are located in the county. Libraries. The Wake County Public Library system operates 22 branches throughout the county. There are 11 facilities in Raleigh.

  3. Catawba County, North Carolina - Wikipedia

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    The Catawba County Sheriff’s Office consists of 198 Deputies and Employees. It provides court protection, jail administration, patrol and detective services for all unincorporated county areas, serves civil process and criminal papers, provides School Resource Officers at County High and Middle Schools and CV Community College, and narcotics ...

  4. List of Dallas Independent School District schools - Wikipedia

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    It closed in 2005 due to the closure of WHISD. Dallas ISD, which took over the WHISD schools, had renovated Kennedy-Curry and expanded it by almost 60,000 square feet (5,600 m 2). Funds from the 2008 $1.35 billion bond were used to overhaul the Wilmer-Hutchins schools. In 2011 DISD re-opened Kennedy Curry.

  5. West Orange High School (New Jersey) - Wikipedia

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    The high school was built in 1898 on Gaston Street in West Orange but was burned down in 1913. It was rebuilt, and was relocated to a new building on Northfield Avenue in 1922. The old building became Gaston Street Junior High School (Fairmount Elementary School was built behind it) and was torn down in 1972.

  6. St. Augustine's University (North Carolina) - Wikipedia

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    2013 summer camp employees controversy. In the summer of 2013, local news affiliates reported that two convicted murderers had been hired by the university to work for a children's summer camp. Although the university defended the employees as "exemplary employees and productive members of the community", the university reassigned them.

  7. Asheboro, North Carolina - Wikipedia

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    History. Asheboro was named after Samuel Ashe, the ninth governor of North Carolina (1795–1798), and became the county seat of Randolph County in 1796. It was a small village in the 1800s, with a population of less than 200 through the Civil War; its main function was housing the county courthouse, and the town was most active when court was in session.

  8. Concord, North Carolina - Wikipedia

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    Concord (/ ˈ k ɒ n. k ɔːr d, ˈ k ɒ ŋ-/) is a city in Cabarrus County, in the U.S. state of North Carolina.As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 79,066, with an estimated population in 2019 of 96,341.

  9. The Journal News - Wikipedia

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    For years prior to the October 12, 1998, merger that created The Journal News, ten of the newspapers shared some content and printing presses, although the Rockland Journal-News, formerly The Journal-News, the Rockland County Evening Journal and the Nyack Evening Journal, operated its own full composing room and printing press until fall 1996.