ⓘ Havelock, North Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Havelock, North Carolina

Havelock is a city in Craven County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 20.735 at the 2010 census. The city is home to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, the worlds largest Marine Corps air station, and home to the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing. The city is also the home of Havelock High School, who have won the NCHSAA 3A State Championship in football four times.

Havelock is part of the new Bern Metropolitan statistical area.

                                     
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  • state highway appearing on a 1922 state map of North Carolina NC 101 started at former NC 10 south of Havelock NC 101 then went southeast through the town
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  • constituents in Craven and Lenoir counties. A church elder from Havelock North Carolina Wainwright was serving in his eleventh term in the state House
  • grandfather were both in the Marine Corps. Cooper attended Havelock High School in Havelock North Carolina He played quarterback, wide receiver, running back
  • track from Havelock North Carolina to a United States reservation under construction Camp Lejeune from its lessee, Atlantic and East Carolina Railway
  • College Eagles. Bowman grew up in Havelock North Carolina and was a two - sport star in basketball and football at Havelock High School. He was rated a three