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The Road Less Traveled – Jessica & Jon Patella

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

Jessica and Jon Patella share their story as residents and working professionals in Moore County and the exciting journey they embark upon this week as they prepare to live overseas. Jessica has been a frequent & valued guest on our past shows as Moore County’s only Naturopathic physician and as a teacher at Sandhills Community […]

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Sunday, August 5th, 2012

Bill Dunlap talks with Jan Leitschuh and Fenton Wilkinson, co-founders of Sandhills Farm to Table Cooperative, about the origins of this unique community enterprise, how it is helping improve the health of local residents and the economic health of local farmers by connecting them directly. SF2T offers subscriptions of weekly boxes of 7 to 9 […]

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“It’s a Life” – a personal filmed documentary of an Estate Sale in Pinehurst

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

British journalist, writer, and televison producer, Bernard Clark and Joy Wise of Wise Associates collaborate to share a touching story of one family’s estate sale in Pinehurst. The story of this filming and how it evolved tells us so much about one family’s relationship to their mother’s memory. Mr. Clark’s many stories from his broad […]

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Naturopathic Medicine with Jessica Patella, ND

Friday, December 16th, 2011

Jessica Patella, ND (Naturopathic Doctor) joins Bill Sahadi as this week’s guest. Patella shares many healthy tips for the holidays and the upcoming year, including, a wellness program, and great information on the right type of supplements and vitamins for the immune system. Proper nutrition is one of the hallmarks of Patella’s practice. Patella is […]

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5th Annual Culinary Showcase on Sept. 4th at Pinehurst Resort – Aug. 20th, 21st

Thursday, August 18th, 2011

Moore County Chamber of Commerce Vice President, Linda Parsons, discusses the upcoming Culinary Showcase on Sept. 4th featuring some of Moore County’s best restaurant & food establishments, as well as discussing the Moore County Leadership Institutes upcoming Moore Fit “Ready, Set, Dance” free dance lessons for the public on Sept. 8th at the Fair Barn […]

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Penick Village

Saturday, July 9th, 2011

July 9th – PENICK VILLAGE Phil Martinello and Julie Tampa from Penick Village www.penickvillage.org, join Bill Sahadi of Fore Properties to talk about the Continuing Care Retirement Community industry. (CCRC). Only a 10-minute drive to Pinehurst and within walking distance of downtown Southern Pines, Penick Village is neighbors with the Weymouth Center and Weymouth Woods […]

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The Tradition of Old Town Home Project Begins

Tuesday, December 9th, 2008

Fore Properties Realty Inc., a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® is proud to announce the addition of Mike Doninger to their broker sales team, and Fore Properties affiliation with the marketing of The Tradition of Old Town, Pinehurst’s new upscale luxury townhouse community. Doninger, in tandem with Wayne Haddock of Pinehurst […]

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Pinehurst Golf

Monday, March 3rd, 2008

Listed by Golf Digest as number 19 of the 100 greatest golf courses in the United States and named by that same publication as the number one golf destination on the East Coast, Pinehurst No. 2 and the other fifty-some golf courses in the Sandhills have made the area a major center for golfers and […]

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Homes Sales in Pinehurst & Southern Pines – North Carolina’s Smartest Retirement Destination

Tuesday, December 25th, 2007

Contact Bill  – Search for Homes   In 2007, the average sales price of a single family home was $323,374. These sales occurred in an average of 130 days. This amount compares very favorably to most other areas of the country, and in fact, puts the Pinehurst and Southern Pines single family homes sales substantially […]

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Pinehurst Area Demographics

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007

In 2006 the county had an estimated population of more than 83,000 with a population density of 107 individuals per square mile. In all, Moore County consumes 698 square miles with the median value of owner-owned houses about $131,000 in 2000.The median resident age was 41.8 years with a predominantly white population (83. %) with […]

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