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April 11, 2014 3:44 PM

New Hill, with deep rural roots, prepares for growth

The unincorporated community of about 1,900 people, situated less than 10 miles from downtown Apex, has been in a tug of war between maintaining its own identity and meeting the needs of Wake County’s growth.

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