The Town of Glen Alpine is located in the beautiful foothills of North Carolina. Between Morganton and Marion, Glen Alpine is just a few miles off Interstate 40, with U.S. Highway 70 intersecting the town.

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For sites concerned with government in this locality including laws, taxes, law enforcement, fire and emergency services, diplomatic missions, and the military.
For sites concerned with government in this locality including laws, taxes, law enforcement, fire and emergency services, diplomatic missions, and the military.

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For sites on hobbies, sports and participatory recreational activities in this locality.
This category is for local activities such as baseball, basketball, bicycling, birding, boating, camping, crafts, fishing, football, gambling, golf, hunting, martial arts, scouting, skiing and soccer as well as hobbies such as games and model trains. Some business sites such as boat dealers should instead be submitted to Business and Economy. Compare existing listings for best results.

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For sites concerned with people, society, history, and resources and institutions that serve the people in this locality.
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