ⓘ Candor, North Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Candor, North Carolina

Candor is a town in Montgomery County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 840 at the 2010 census. Candor is the home of the North Carolina Peach Festival, which is held every year on the third Saturday of July. The towns welcome sign reads: Welcome to Candor. Peach Capital.

                                     
  • British law Candor New York, a town. Candor village New York, a village within the town. Candor North Carolina Candor Oise, France. Candor one of
  • Sandhills and Coastal Plain regions of the state connecting the cities of Candor Aberdeen, Raeford, Lumberton, Bladenboro, and Southport. NC 211 is predominantly
  • in North Carolina Starting on Washington Street, in Rockingham, it traveled with US 74 to Ellerbe Road then north through Ellerbe, Norman, Candor Biscoe
  • North Carolina Highway 2 NC 2 is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina The highway runs between the towns of Pinehurst and Southern
  • northward into downtown Candor to its current eastern terminus with US 220 Alt. NC 211. Google November 24, 2013 North Carolina Highway 731 Map Google
  • marked as I - 74 and I - 73 in North Carolina in 1997. It continues south bypassing the towns of Seagrove, Biscoe and Candor Visitor centers completed
  • that follows the old US 220 route through Candor Biscoe and Star. In 1997, it was extended further north through Seagrove to its current terminus near
  • North Carolina Highway 70 NC 70 was one of the original state highways in the U.S. state of North Carolina running from the South Carolina state line
  • The nearest census - designated place CDP is Candor located four miles to the north Emery, North Carolina via Google Maps Community profile from HomeTownLocator
  • Candor to Ulah. Signage of Future Interstate 73 was also placed all along US 220, from Rockingham north to I - 40 in Greensboro and south to Candor
  • North Carolina Highway 344 NC 344 is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina It serves to connect Elizabeth City with communities