I hadn’t been in Williston long when I asked someone on the city’s CRA what Williston had chosen as its niche–the thing that would bring people here.
I was told it hadn’t been decided yet but the future revitalization of the city would spark an idea and the niche would evolve from that.
I thought that was a mistake. I still do.
Little towns across America are redefining themselves daily in order to stay vital.
Pendleton, S.C., a town of 2,900, is known for its antique shops and quaint eateries.
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