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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
Market Insights: Employment Growth Continues to Encourage Multifamily Development in Raleigh

It's no secret that Raleigh has effectively and consistently attracted new high-salaried jobs to the area this cycle. As of August 2017, almost all of the metro's job sectors have surpassed their respective pre-recession peak employment numbers, the only exceptions being manufacturing and construction.

US to host South Korea twice in October exhibitions

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Prosecutor clears officer who killed burglary suspect

Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman said Friday that Cary police officer Andre Lopez was justified in using deadly force against 22-year-old Shaquian Johnson. A woman called 911 early on May 28 to report she and her granddaughter were hiding from an intruder.

Whata s happening on the American Tobacco Trail between Chatham, Wake?

The American Tobacco Trail stretches 22 miles through Durham, Chatham and Wake counties. A section east of Turtle Creek Farm and Ernest Jones roads near Trail Marker 15.5 could be closed at times over the next several months as crews build a tunnel under the future extension of Yates Store Road in Cary.

There are 7 million unemployed and 6.2 million job openings. What's the problem?

In this Tuesday, May 23, 2017, photo, employees assist a customer with a computer at Best Buy in Cary, N.C. U.S. employers posted a record number of open jobs in June, a sign that the solid hiring of recent months will likely continue. In this Tuesday, May 23, 2017, photo, employees assist a customer with a computer at Best Buy in Cary, N.C. U.S. employers posted a record number of open jobs in June, a sign that the solid hiring of recent months will likely continue.

Area troopers among patrol graduates

The N.C. Highway Patrol welcomed 48 new troopers, including some area troopers, at a graduation ceremony for the 141st basic highway patrol school. The celebration ended 29 weeks of extensive academic and physical training.

US services firms register slowest growth in nearly a year

In this Tuesday, May 23, 2017, photo, employees assist a customer with a computer at Best Buy in Cary, N.C. On Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017, the Institute for Supply Management, a trade group of purchasing managers, issues its index of non-manufacturing activity for July. less In this Tuesday, May 23, 2017, photo, employees assist a customer with a computer at Best Buy in Cary, N.C. On Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017, the Institute for Supply Management, a trade group of purchasing managers, ... more WASHINGTON - U.S. services firms grew last month at the slowest pace since August 2016, a performance consistent with only modest economic growth.

B hler Aeroglide introduces new moisture control system

CARY, NORTH CAROLINA, U.S. Bhler Aeroglide, a manufacturer of thermal process engineering and technology for food, feed and industrial materials, has introduced a complete moisture control system that helps customers maintain a dryer temperature profile and minimize over drying. Controlled drying parameters ensure that a food or feed product is shelf-stable, removing the precise amount of moisture.

August 2, 2017North Carolina governor signs anti-BDS legislation

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signed into law legislation that would bar the state from doing business with companies that boycott Israel. The bill enacted Thursday requires divestment from, and prohibits state agencies from contracting with, companies that boycott Israel.

'City of Kannapolis' now riding the rails

From the North Carolina Department of Transportation: First Lady Kristin Cooper joined state and local officials, as well as members of the community, today to christen the #1984 "City of Kannapolis" commuter locomotive for use in North Carolina's daily Piedmont passenger service. The event was held at the N.C. Department of Transportation Locomotive and Railcar Maintenance Facility in Raleigh.

Epic Games hosts Unreal Engine User Group

Cary, NC's Epic Games hosted its first SIGGRAPH Unreal Engine User Group and party in Los Angeles on Monday evening. The User Group featured an exciting lineup of presentations - from Epic Games Founder and CEO Tim Sweeney and Enterprise GM Marc Petit to companies as diverse as global architectural firm HOK, self-driving car start-up Zoox and animation production company Digital Dimension, among others.

Chatham Park: New jobs, new homes, new shopping coming soon to Chatham County

Construction is expected to get underway within a year on the first batch of houses that could eventually bring more than 60,000 people to Pittsboro, about 35 miles west of Raleigh. Crews are already working on retail and office space near U.S. 15-501.

A divine experience -

Mary Goodwin was one many choir members selected to participate in the dedication of the Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral. Mary Goodwin plays music at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Clinton.

FIPA creates custom system for auto molder

FIPA created the custom cutting system for Proper Polymers to help the auto supplier meet its need for a wheel arch system. FIPA Inc. of Cary, N.C., has developed a custom cutting system for automotive injection molder Proper Polymers in a South Carolina molding plant.

La Farm Formidable

Up until very recently, La Farm had one location in a strip mall on Cary Parkway. In this small space, Chef Vatinet and staff turned out bread, pastries, candies, and other treats for their own retail sales.

Sewer consolidation to be studied

Operating and maintaining a sewer system can be a financial drain on a community, especially smaller ones like Fremont and Eureka. Those financial struggles have caught the attention of the North Carolina Local Government Commission that has awarded Wayne County a $50,000 grant to study ways to reduce that burden.

Raleigh police host 2nd annual volleyball camp

The camp is run by officers from the department's youth services division and high school volunteers who play volleyball for their schools and local club teams. 17-year-old Mallory Griffin, of Cary, came up with the idea for the camp last year, and it was run as a pilot program.

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