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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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Retired Arysta LifeScience Employee Receives Honorary American FFA Degree

RETIRED ARYSTA LIFESCIENCE EMPLOYEE RECEIVES HONORARY AMERICAN FFA DEGREE May 24, 2018 Source: Arysta LifeScience news release William Spencer, a long-time employee of Arysta LifeScience who is now retired from the company, was recently selected to receive the Honorary American FFA Degree. The award is given to those who advance agricultural education and FFA through outstanding personal commitment.

'Our students need you to help us,' Wake principals and social workers tell commissioners

Seated left to right, Wake County Commissioner James West and Wake County school board members Jim Martin and Lindsay Mahaffey hear school staff members talk about funding needs at a joint meeting May 22, 2018 in Cary, N.C. Wake County school leaders turned Tuesday to their principals and social workers to make a direct plea to county commissioners to provide a record $58.9 million budget increase this year. The Wake County Board of Commissioners is weighing whether to increase school funding by more than the $30.1 million increase recommended by County Manager David Ellis.

Uber for kids: Cary mom starts shuttle service for children

Stacy Shannon knows what it's like to be a mom on the go. She has been shuttling kids around since 2001 when her oldest child was born.

Some NC moms drive an hour away to give birth. Are midwives the answer?

A certified midwife measures an expectant mother's tummy during a prenatal checkup a home in Kansas City. Certified professional midwives in North Carolina are trying to win the right to attend to pregnant women and assist in deliveries, particularly in home births, here.

The Latest: North Carolina teacher march kicks off

A wave of red is moving through North Carolina's capital city as teachers march to lobby conservative lawmakers for more resources. The march kicked off Wednesday morning in Raleigh with scores of teachers setting out on foot, many carrying signs and most wearing red t-shirts.

Man who fled sex crimes trial in North Carolina found dead in South Carolina

Walters had been wearing an ankle monitoring bracelet, but a judge said it had been cut off and found on the side of a road in Cary, N.C. A North Carolina man who fled from a courtroom before he was found guilty of indecent liberties with a child has been found dead in South Carolina. Local news outlets report Morrisville Police Chief Patrice Andrews said jury deliberations had begun when 48-year-old Shawn Walters of Morrisville asked to go to the bathroom as the jury deliberated his sentence and never returned to the Wake County Courthouse.

Obese mother and son lose a combined 455LBS then get excess skin removed

A family affair! Obese mother and son who lost a combined 455LBS go under the knife together for a second time to have a total of 16lbs of sagging excess skin removed from their bodies Emilly Cruz, 41, from Cary, North Carolina, struggled with her weight her entire life, and at her heaviest, she weighed 400lbs The mother-of-two passed her bad eating habits on to her 22-year-old son Jose, who tipped the scales at 450lbs when he was just 18 years old After Jose was diagnosed with a pseudotumor, they both had weight loss surgeries on the same day with the same surgeon Emilly and Jose lost 255lbs and 200lbs, respectively, but they were left with excess skin that hung from their stomachs, arms, and legs A mother and son who lost a combined 455lbs have finally completed their weight loss journeys after having a total of 16lbs of sagging excess skin removed from their bodies.

Craven School leader named 2018 Principal of the Year Updated at

Tabari Wallace, a Craven County school administrator who helped boost student performance at two middle schools in his district, was named Wells Fargo North Carolina Principal of the Year at an awards luncheon today in Cary. Now principal of West Craven High School, Wallace was chosen from a field of eight regional finalists named earlier this year.

A wood-fired oven cranks out blistered Neapolitan pizza as well as wings at Pizza La Stella.

Downtown Raleigh's Pizza La Stella restaurant will open a new location in Cary with a third location in North Raleigh not far behind. The second Pizza La Stella will open in the former Hurricane Grill and Wings at 1389 Kildaire Farm Road, in the Trader Joe's shopping center in Cary.

Man on the run after guilty verdict in Wake child sex case

Jurors convicted Shawn Walters, 48, of Morrisville, on the multiple counts of first-degree sexual exploitation of a minor in connection with an incident eight years ago. The jury returned the verdict Friday morning even as law enforcement authorities were searching for Walters.

Brazen jewelry store smash-and-grab caught on surveillance video

An audacious smash and grab at a North Carolina jewelry store has been captured on surveillance video. Thieves robbed Artisan Jewelers in Cary, North Carolina, of an estimated $500,000 worth of high-end merchandise in just five minutes, owner Malik Saeed told ABC-owned station WTVD-TV.

Biobot Analytics, a Startup Using Sewage to Fight the...

Biobot Analytics, a startup spun out of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology that is collecting data from sewage to monitor opioid use, has raised its first round of seed funding. The company pulled in $2.5 million, with the Chicago venture firm Ekistic Ventures acting as the leader.

Cary, N.C., offers quaint charm, quiet sophistication

Looking for a quiet couple's getaway that lets you skip the hustle and bustle? Hoping that same getaway comes with a vintage vibe and classic American experiences? An unexpected and remarkably affordable destination choice exists just outside of Raleigh, N.C. With a downtown area featuring a retro theater, subtly shaded street murals and picturesque churches, the town of Cary has a fair amount to offer the traveler searching for a more leisurely escape. Don't be surprised if people start pulling you aside to provide recommendations once they find out you're only there for a short visit.

Artists capture the colorful streets of Kinston Updated at

Karen Lee Crenshaw stood on a corner in Mitchelltown Thursday catching the afternoon sun as it fell on College Street when it ended up as a small, colorful landscape sitting on her easel.  Crenshaw, of Jacksonville, was participating in the Kinston Community Council of Arts Plein Air Paint Out Contest that end.  "I've come to do this paint out, not every time, but almost since it has started," she said.  Crenshaw said she loves that the arts council puts holds the contest each year.

Local Creators and Tons of Free Swag Descend on Ultimate Comics for Free Comic Book Day

Free Comic Book Day, an annual tradition in which comics publishers from major to minor release special free issues that readers can snatch up at comics stores, sounds like a great deal. It's free, right? The catch is that the whole point is to get you into new comics, which, 364 days a year, are decidedly not free.

Milex/Mr. Transmission franchise opens in Cary, N.C.

The newest Mr. Transmission/Milex Complete Auto Care franchisee is a sales leadership and business development veteran who hopes to translate his success in those fields to the automotive maintenance and repair business. "I think the addition of a Mr. Transmission/Milex franchise to Cary will be a great fit to the area," Steve Sargent, the new franchisee, said.

From Washington to Wyoming, leaders and locals prepare for prayer day

Janis Mosteller of Cary, N.C., prays at a National Day of Prayer gathering in Raleigh, N.C., on May 4, 2017. From Washington to Wyoming, well-known clergy and grass-roots people of faith plan to gather Thursday for the annual National Day of Prayer.

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