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Town Square: Louisburg

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A community-minded doctor invests in a vision to light a spark under a quaint Cabarrus County town.


The place where Jessica Shockley clocks in every day — where she pours bourbons named Larceny and Conviction and serves a martini named Cell Block 73 — looked much like a prison to her as a little girl…

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