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  2. Hendersonville, North Carolina - Wikipedia,_North_Carolina

    The newly restored City Hall (erected 1924) and the modern Henderson County Courthouse (1995) are also located downtown. The largest street festival of the Hendersonville calendar is the annual North Carolina Apple Festival, culminating in the Apple Parade that regularly draws up to 50,000 spectators.

  3. Wilmington, North Carolina - Wikipedia,_North_Carolina

    New Hanover County Schools 3,645 3 General Electric: 2,195 4 University of North Carolina Wilmington: 1,844 5 New Hanover County: 1,563 6 Pharmaceutical Product Development: 1,464 7 Verizon Wireless: 1,216 8 Cape Fear Community College: 1,176 9 Corning: 1,000 10 City of Wilmington 995

  4. Chatham County, North Carolina - Wikipedia,_North_Carolina

    Chatham is home to three charter schools – Woods Charter School, Chatham Charter High School, and Willow Oak Montessori Charter School. Woods Charter School is a grade K-12 public school. The school moved into a new fully equipped building on 160 Woodland Grove Lane outside Pittsboro in August 2008.

  5. List of North American tornadoes and tornado outbreaks

    Killed several British soldiers occupying the city. The British subsequently abandoned the city. September 1821 New England tornado outbreak: Sep 9, 1821: New England >5: 8 fatalities: One of the most destructive New England outbreaks ever documented. Produced a deadly multiple-vortex tornado in New Hampshire. 1835 New Brunswick, New Jersey tornado

  6. Romain Grosjean - Wikipedia

    Romain Grosjean (French: [ʁɔmɛ̃ ɡʁoʒɑ̃]; born 17 April 1986) is a Swiss-French racing driver, competing under the French flag in the NTT IndyCar Series for Andretti Autosport in the 2022 IndyCar season.

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    The Omega Nebula is an H II region, a type of emission nebula, in the constellation Sagittarius.It was discovered by Jean-Philippe Loys de Cheseaux in 1745. Charles Messier catalogued it in 1764 as number 17 in his set of comet-like astronomical objects.