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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
Blind man says he was refused service at NC restaurant over service over dog

A blind N.C. State PhD candidate says a Cary restaurant refused to serve him because of his guide dog. Sean Mealin spends his time coming up with new ways to use technology to train dogs, which is why he wanted to take this opportunity to educate those who might not understand service animals.

A.M. Best Upgrades Credit Ratings of Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company of North Carolina

A.M. Best has upgraded the Financial Strength Rating to A from A- and the Long-Term Issuer Credit Rating to "a" from "a-" of Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company of North Carolina . The outlooks of these Credit Ratings have been revised to stable from positive.

Alastair McEwan Steps Down as Chief Operating Officer of Veloxis Pharmaceuticals A/S

Veloxis Pharmaceuticals A/S announced today that Alastair McEwan has stepped down as Chief Operating Officer. McEwan joined Veloxis as COO in February of 2016 primarily to support the Company's restructuring and transition of commercial activities to the U.S. Now that the restructuring is complete, Mr. McEwan has elected to pursue other opportunities.

The INDY Endorses Edward Yerha for Cary Town Council At-Large

He argues that Cary is headed in the right direction. But in the years to come, he says, town officials must "make effective use of Cary's dwindling supply of undeveloped land" and encourage a variety of housing options to increase affordability.

A year later, a new finish line for cyclist, parents after traumatic crash

Lori Cove was 48 and had completed two Ironman competitions in the fall of 2016. She was out for her regular ride with three friends on Oct. 17 when, according to police, Christopher Moore plowed into the group on High House Road.

Osman to make run for district attorney -

Joe Osman, an assistant district attorney with the Robeson County District Attorney's Office for almost 15 years, has jumped to the front of the line of those who would like to replace his boss. Osman has announced he will run for the seat that will be vacant with the retirement of Johnson Britt, district attorney for Judicial District 16B, which includes all of Robeson County, for the past 23 years.

County eyes merging Goldsboro, Fremont, Eureka sewers

Wayne County commissioners Tuesday will consider approval of an engineering agreement with Freese and Nichols Inc. for the Wayne County Sewer Merger/Regional Feasibility Study. The N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources has allocated $50,000 to Wayne County to serve as the facilitator for the grant to look at the possibility of merging the sewer systems of Fremont, Eureka and Goldsboro.

49ers Finish Day Two Duke James Bonk Invitational

Cary, NC - Four Niners competing in the Duke James Bonk Invitational won at least one singles match on day two of competition, highlighted by reaching the Flight B Championship match. In Flight B singles, Rice defeated third seed Louisville's Ciro Lampasas, 6-7, 7-6, 6-3.

Music review: Ringo Starr gives his love on new 'Love' album

In this Oct. 28, 2015 file photo, Ringo Starr performs in concert with his All Starr Band in Baltimore. Starr has joined Bruce Springsteen taking action over a North Carolina law that blocks anti-discrimination laws for the LGBT community.

Martin Opens Fall Play Friday in Cary

Martin, a Weston, Florida, native, dropped a 6-1, 6-4 decision to Georgia Tech's Victoria Flores in a singles quarterfinal round contest. Martin will now face Florida's Peggy Porter in the consolation semifinals Saturday in the flighted event.

Solution to traffic puzzle stands between Chapel Hill and future Wegmans Food Market

The main entrance to a planned Wegmans Food Markets store on Old Durham Road would enter from a new roundabout just west of Cooper Street. The project includes a 130,000-square-foot store with up to 750 parking spaces in two lots.

Men's Tennis Starts Fall Campaign Friday

North Florida men's tennis is set to begin the 2017 fall slate on Friday at the Duke James Bone Invitational in Cary, N.C. Four Ospreys will take part in the Duke James Bonk Invitational, named after a former Duke chemistry professor and assistant tennis coach who passed away in 2013. Juniors leads a North Florida squad that won the 2017 ASUN Regular Season Championship and recently had two players ranked in the ITA preseason polls.

UDG Healthcare buys MicroMass for up to $75.8m

International healthcare services provider UDG Healthcare has announced a deal to buy US-based MicroMass Communications for a total consideration of up to $75.8m. The US-based healthcare communications agency specialises in behavioural change.

Veloxis Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Appoints Ulf Meier-Kriesche, MD, as Chief Scientific Officer

Veloxis Pharmaceuticals A/S is pleased to announce that Veloxis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. has hired Ulf Meier-Kriesche, MD, to serve as its Chief Scientific Officer. In this role, Dr. Meier-Kriesche will oversee the Company's regulatory and medical affairs departments.

Veloxis Increases Share Capital in Connection with Exercise of Warrants

Veloxis Pharmaceuticals A/S announces that the Company's capital has been increased by 1,500,000 new shares with a nominal value of DKK 0.10 each corresponding to nominally DKK 150,000 as a consequence of the exercise of warrants by former employees of the Company granted under the Company's warrant program. As a result of the employee's investment in the Company, proceeds to Veloxis Pharmaceuticals A/S from the capital increase amounts to DKK 531,410.

Student-Athletes Meet with Vatican Official

Seton Hall student-athletes who participate in a bible study group through Varsity Catholic were treated to a special meeting with Santiago Perez de Camino Gaisse, the head of the Church & Sport office at The Vatican. The meeting took place on Sept.

Veterans benefits center headed back to North Carolina

In September 2016, American Legion Post 67 in Cary, N.C., teamed up with other organizations and agencies to conduct a Veterans' Experience Action Center . Over the course of three days, 600 veterans and their families received assistance in areas such as veterans benefits claims, mental health treatment and other health-care concerns.

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