WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- Nearly 400 years since the Province of Carolina was split into the colonies of North Carolina and South Carolina, the two states are still trying to figure out their boundary.
Friday, the North Carolina–South Carolina Boundary Commission will meet in Charlotte to continue the conversation. The joint commission is a cooperative effort between the two states to clarify confusion over exact state boundaries.
The meeting at UNC Charlotte review the history of the state line and look at survey study results from Marlboro County east to the Atlantic Ocean. Members of the commission will also discuss and approve state line segments and talk about what's next.