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Just outside of Raleigh, the city of Cary sits in the heart of North Carolina. Growing by over 35 percent since the turn of the century, the 135,000-plus residents make Cary the state’s seventh-largest municipality. SAS Institute, a software company, is the largest employer in the city, followed by Cary Towne Center and Verizon. Research in Motion, the company that makes Blackberry smartphones, also calls Cary home.

Population: 135234
Local Newspapers: Cary News Papers
Local Sports Teams: Carolina Railhawks FC Carolina Hurricanes
Local Colleges: Wake Technical Community College

Zip Codes associated with cary, north carolina: 27511 27512 27513 27518
Towns/Cities near cary, north carolina : Morrisville Raleigh Apex Terrington Amberly Chapel Hill

Cary News
South awaits thaw from snowstorm, icy roads and numbing cold

Southerners awaited a big thaw that would end days of icy roads, broken pipes, snow and numbing cold after a fierce winter storm blasted their normally mild region. For the third straight night, stare troopers warned of ice making roads and highways treacherous after the snow that hit a wide swath of the South melts and refreezes in the early hours Friday.

Atlantic Tire & Service Expands in North Carolina

Atlantic Tire & Service has built a new store in Wake Forest. The 7,182-square-foot outlet is the dealership's fourth in North Carolina.

Entech Roadshow To Debut In US

A new touring roadshow featuring dozens of lighting, audio, staging and vision brands rolls out through selected US States in September. Using the highly popular ENTECH format from Australia, ENTECH ROADSHOW USA is a partnership between Cary, N.C.-based Production Media Inc, a popular entertainment media company, and JuliusMedia Group from Sydney Australia.

Traffic and travel: State officials say avoid driving if you can

At a 10 a.m. press conference, Gov. Roy Cooper said since Monday crews have placed two million gallons of brine on state roads using 600 trucks and 5,000 tons of salt and sand. The North Carolina State Highway patrol said it has answered 700 calls for service and 546 calls for collisions across the Tar Heel State.

Chiesi in the Community Donates Approximately $780,000 in 2017

Chiesi , a Cary-based pharmaceutical company, reflects on its team's contributions in 2017 as part of the company's Chiesi in the Community corporate social responsibility program. During the 2017 calendar year, the company invested nearly $780,000 in corporate and employee donations in the local community.

As Fortify wraps up, DOT begins other major projects in 2018

After almost five years, workers are wrapping up the last phase of the Fortify project along Interstate 40 in south Raleigh. But the final touches have been delayed.

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Durham elections worker pleads guilty to mishandling ballots

A former elections worker in Durham pleaded guilty to mishandling provisional ballots in a March 2016 primary. North Carolina state elections officials said what the worker did would not have changed election outcomes.

April Riley Bolejack

April Riley Bolejack passed away on January 5, 2018. Born in Cary, NC on July 3, 1947 to Robert and Frances Riley, April lived in Cary until her marriage to William Garland Bolejack in 1965.

Cary teacher charged with slashing man

Margarette Duncan Harris, 38, of 604 E. Park St. in Cary, was charged Sunday with assault with a deadly weapon. She remains in the Wake County jail under a 48-hour domestic violence hold.

Another chance for snow in N.C. before relief

Temperatures were forecast to sink back into the teens Saturday night, keeping a large part of the state locked in an icebox of much colder than normal weather. But lately, it's been cold enough to freeze the surface of lakes and ponds - something officials have advised people to avoid.

Massive Stonehill Pines Site Purchased for Preservation

One of the area's most attractive parcels, a large swath of land sandwiched between Pinehurst and Foxfire, is now in the hands of a conservation buyer who intends to preserve it for its natural beauty. The nearly 1,500-acre site, known commonly as Stonehill Pines, was purchased by Cary-based businessman Tim Sweeney for $6 million on Dec. 20. "I bought this land because it has a nice longleaf pine forest and was available for a reasonable price.

How did GenX-related chemicals get in OWASA water, Jordan Lake? Scientist has theory.

A Duke University scientist thinks cleaners, clothing and other products that people use may be feeding GenX-related chemicals into Jordan Lake and its feeder streams. The results are preliminary and based on small samples, but Nicholas School of the Environment professors Heather Stapleton and Lee Ferguson recently reported finding detectable levels of nine " perfluorinated chemicals " in water from Jordan Lake and in Cary, Chapel Hill and Durham tap water.

1,000 lose power in Raleigh, Cary as temps dip to 13 degrees

Residents contained between Hillsborough Street to the north, Buck Jones Road to the south and Interstate 40 in to the west were in the dark. It's unclear what caused the outage.

Police reports

The following information is courtesy of the Boone Police Department. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

West Virginia man named Caribbean relief group board chief

The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports Charleston resident Mike Plante takes over for Steve Merritt at Bahamas Habitat.

Harrison Avenue in Cary closed due to water main break

Traffic Alert! S. Harrison Ave. is closed in all directions between W. Chatham St. and W. Park St. due to a water main break.

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