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Hot Towns!

Posted July 12, 2011

The anvil is heating up. Summer’s hammer is hitting hard today with a high of 101 degrees in the Triangle.

We’ve decided to do a Hometown Hello series on hot-sounding towns in North Carolina. I’ll get the ball going with Burnsville and Bakersville. In spite of their cool mountain locations these communities carry a lot of heat in their names. What are some others?

We will feature your hot sounding towns next week at 7:10AM and 8:10AM on WRAL’s Morning News on Fox 50. Thanks for your help!

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  • harnettcounty Jul 13, 2011

    How about Butters (Bladen County) and Summerfield (Guilford) and New Bern?

  • oMzziG123 Jul 13, 2011

    Smithfield. It's hot out in Mr. Smith's field.

  • bjgupton Jul 12, 2011

    Dunn (as in well done)

  • genegeneandnancy Jul 12, 2011

    Asheville, and Ash,NC (Brunswick County)

  • wdwbmw Jul 12, 2011

    Hot Springs - Madison County, I think.

  • genegeneandnancy Jul 12, 2011

    There is a small community in Edgecombe County called "Crisp".

  • mcatfan Jul 12, 2011

    Here are a few obscure ones.
    Half Hell in Brunswick county (Yes it really exists)
    Coburn in Buncombe county
    Hot House and Sunny Point in Cherokee county
    Fires Creek in Clay county

  • bleslie Jul 12, 2011

    You guys are smoking!

  • Southernbornbarb Jul 12, 2011

    Coats

  • dgbooboo2 Jul 12, 2011

    how about ...Toast...

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