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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

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Pinkston's Stewart reflects on regional Teacher of the Year experience

Pinkston Street fourth- and fifth-grade math teacher Kedecia Stewart hugs her son, Jahson, in November after being told that she had been named North Central Region Teacher of the Year. Pinkston Street fourth- and fifth-grade math teacher Kedecia Stewart hugs her son, Jahson, in November after being told that she had been named North Central Region Teacher of the Year.

Hall monitor: Beleaguered Wake lawmaker stays out of sight before primary

Now, Hall is running from controversy, trying to keep a low profile and make it through his upcoming primary. NC Policy Watch published a story in late February detailing sexual harassment allegations against Hall.

Cooke Inducted Into Phi Beta Kappa

Cooke, a coxswain on the team, is from Cary, N.C., and is working toward a double major in biology and chemistry. Cooke is in her second season as a varsity coxswain after being part of the novice squad as a freshman.

Greene Central teacher up for award Updated at

The 2018 Burroughs Wellcome Fund North Carolina Teacher of the Year will be announced Friday, April 20, during a luncheon at The Umstead Hotel, 100 Woodland Pond Drive, Cary. The winner succeeds the 2017 Teacher of the Year, Lisa Godwin, a kindergarten teacher at Dixon Elementary School in Onslow County.

Progress Is This Way: Fine, Get Mad About Trump. But Local Elections Matter More.

There's an immense amount of research to be done, sure, but there's also a kind of pressure that comes with knowing that people care what we think, that the choices we make in these pages may affect the outcomes of elections. So we endeavor to get this stuff right.

Veloxis Pharmaceuticals A/S Grants Warrants Under Existing Warrant Program

Today, the Board of Directors of Veloxis Pharmaceuticals A/S has decided to issue and grant warrants to current employees, the CFO and the Board of Directors of the Company under the existing Warrant Program covered by the authority under sections 5D and 5E of the Company's Articles of Association. Thus, the Board of Directors of the Company has today partly exercised its authorization pursuant to the Articles of Association.

MetLife joins MIT Media Lab, eyes faster adoption of emerging technologies

MetLife has entered a new multi-year agreement with MIT Media Lab, joining the university program as a consortium member, in efforts to accelerate the use of emerging technologies throughout its core business. The insurer will leverage MIT Media Lab's research in the areas of the Internet of Things, data science and machine learning to improve the life insurance underwriting process, it says.

Man kills daughter, who was also his wife, after break-up

Steven Pladl also reportedly killed the baby son born of the incestuous relationship, and his adult daughter's adoptive father, before taking his own life A man killed his wife - who was also his daughter - and their seven-month-old son and then took his own life after she broke off her incestuous relationship with him, according to a 911 call. Steven Pladl's mother called police in North Carolina to say she'd had a disturbing call from him and to ask officers to check on the well-being of her infant grandson, who was also her great grandson.

911: Man kills daughter who was also his wife after breakup

A man killed his wife - who was also his daughter - and their 7-month-old son before taking his own life after the woman broke up with him, according to a 911 call. Steven Pladl's mother called police in North Carolina to say she'd had a disturbing call from her son and to ask officers to check on the well-being of her infant grandson.

Bluegrass discography

The BIB editor writes: Another link is being added to the list in the BIB's right-hand column, thanks to Walter V. Saunders and his 'Notes & queries' pages in Bluegrass Unlimited magazine; this month he mentions 'Charley Pennell's comprehensive bluegrass discography '. The website 'Bluegrass discography' is at .

Vehicle malfunctions investigated as possible cause of US 421 wreck

A rollover accident involving eight vehicles may have been caused by features in a rental vehicle from Johnson Lexus in Raleigh, according to Boone Police Danny Houck. Personnel from Boone Police, Boone Fire, Watauga Medics, Watauga Rescue and the N.C. State Bureau of Investigation responded to the 4:11 p.m. call of a rollover accident at the intersection of U.S. 421 and N.C. 194.

Cary birth center's staff, standards facing third investigation

A third state agency is now pursuing an investigation of staff conduct and safety standards at Baby+Co., the natural birthing center in Cary where four newborns have died since the facility opened 3 1/2 years ago. Raleigh pediatrician Mary-Cassie Shaw said a senior investigator from the N.C. Medical Board called her last week to discuss Baby+Co., and followed up by email this week with additional questions.

NC is in desperate need of school nurses. Will it foot the $45 million to $79 million bill for more?

The News and Observer) - There are so few nurses in North Carolina's public schools that a new state report says it could cost an additional $45 million to $79 million a year to help meet student health needs. There's one school nurse for every 1,086 students, according to a state legislative staff report , meaning the majority of student medical needs have to be met by non-nurses.

North Carolina wants to review birthing centers where 3 died

Health officials in North Carolina want to inspect a birthing center where three newborns have died in the last six months. Media outlets reported the Department of Health and Human Services has asked to inspect Baby+Co.

It's taken him 40 years, but musician Rod Abernethy is back on stage where he belongs

When Rod Abernethy gathers musical friends for a concert Sunday - a who's who of the Triangle music scene - it'll be a celebration in more ways than one. On the face of it, it's a celebration of this week's release of "The Man I'm Supposed to Be," Abernethy's first solo album since his debut in 1975.

German grocer Lidl buys more land in Raleigh

Lidl paid $1.95 million for a 6-acre property at 4115 Buffaloe Road, at the northeastern corner of the intersection at Buffaloe and New Hope roads, according to deed records. In a site review application with the city, Lidl outlined plans for a 25,400-square-foot building and 180 parking spaces.

Sheetz stores go on hiring spree: Over 100 jobs in Triangle

The Convenience store chain Sheetz will hire 117 people in the Triangle, as part of a companywide expansion of more than 2,500 full- and part-time employees. A total of 550 workers will be hired to work in the 97 stores in North Carolina.

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