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Old 05-12-2007, 07:34 AM
 
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NYC,
I moved here from Long Island almost thirteen years ago. I live in Moore County. For a small county there are alot of law offices here. Two very, very reputable ones are Van Camp, Meachum and Newman, located in Pinehurst and Davie Krocket. You may have some luck with them. Like I said there are alot of law offices here. Good luck to you.
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Old 05-12-2007, 07:43 AM
 
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Jas,

Moore County is not a "dry" county. However if your used to "Happy Hour" you can forget about it. No happy hour in this state, it's against the law and bars close I believe at 2:00 am. Moore County is a nice place to live and I believe the younger generations population is growing. This isn't just for the retired anymore.
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Old 05-12-2007, 08:31 AM
 
Location: West End, NC
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Hello everyone. I am moving out of NYC after living the dreadful high stressed, expensive and cramped life to North Carolina on October 1. I have worked as a senior paralegal for six years, and am going to NC to work part-time while attending fine art school. The School is located in Southern Pines, NC, where I will also be living. Can anyone help with part-time office opportunities that may be available to me in the Moore County area? I am willing to drive 30 minutes to and from work. I don't mind if the position is not in the legal field, but I have a ton of skills (if you want my resume just e-mail me!). I would look to work about 25 hours a week. Thanks for any help!
NYC, Southern Pines is the COMPLETE opposite of stressed, expensive, and cramped!! I came from Westchester in 92. Lived in SP for 2 years and loved it. Moved about 5 miles from SP. There are a lot of Law offices in this area. Check classifieds in The Pilot (local paper). The pay will not be NYC high but neither is the cost of living. No parking meters either!
If I can be of any assistance, please let me know.
JC
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Old 05-12-2007, 12:10 PM
 
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I live about 30 mins. north of S.P., but am down that way at least once a week. It is definitely not just retirees there anymore, and is growing significantly. Also, S.P. and Pinehurst while small towns, are different than many other similar sized towns in NC. They (especially Pinehurst) have many upscale areas and tend to attract people from all over the world to visit and live. Beer and wine are definitely served in restaurants there - not sure about hard liquor since I don't drink it.
In addition to law offices there, Sanford (30 mins. north) has about a dozen, and Fayetteville (45 mins. southeast) has even more.
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Old 05-12-2007, 04:41 PM
 
Location: Blacksburg, VA
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If you have a business that serves well-off retirees or military personnel, you could have lots of business there.
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