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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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A security camera captured images of 2 people breaking into a VFW in Cary

Police suspect a man and a woman illegally entered the Franklin-Sloan VFW Post 7383 on Reedy Creek Road at about 1:15 a.m. Friday. The pair can be seen on video footage breaking the glass of an exterior door and entering the building.

Drunk drivers in Virginia will have more than 700 chances to get caught, police say

A 2007 photo shows Cary Police Officer K. Christian performing field sobriety tests on a motorist during a checking station checkpoint with an emphasis on DWI enforcement at the intersection of E. Chatham St. and Travis Park Drive in Cary, N.C. A 2007 photo shows Cary Police Officer K. Christian performing field sobriety tests on a motorist during a checking station checkpoint with an emphasis on DWI enforcement at the intersection of E. Chatham St. and Travis Park Drive in Cary, N.C. Officials have a warning for people traveling Virginia roadways for Labor Day - and well ahead of the upcoming holiday weekend.

Famous Toastery to open in Blowing Rock

The former Rustique location at 349 Sunset Drive is in the process of becoming the first Famous Toastery restaurant in the High Country. The breakfast and lunch spot will be owned by Dean Kessel, who already owns Famous Toastery locations in Asheville, which opened in the last month, and Cary, which has been open since 2014.

Even men get the blues after childbirth

When it comes to postpartum depression, most people think of the mother's well-being, but research suggests that a similar proportion of men experience some form of depression after the birth of a child, according to presentations at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association. "Much has been written about women's experiences of pregnancy and postpartum, most of it exploring negative reactions, ranging from clinical depression to postpartum psychosis, and attributing them to unique physical changes women experience during pregnancy," said Dan Singley, Ph.D., of the Center for Men's Excellence in San Diego.

Real IDs, young drivers create long lines at multiple DMV locations

"My son needs to get his license and he has tried for four days waiting in line and we woke up early, got to the DMV and there are over 100 people in line!!! The State of NC - we have got a problem here," tweeted one of the witnesses. During a press conference, North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles Commissioner Torre Jessup said his agency is taking several steps to reduce the wait times of customers standing in line, including: Having DMV employees walk through the lines to ensure that customers have the required documents they need so as to not waste their time.

Celebrity chef Carla Hall will launch her cookbook this fall at TerraVita food festival

Carla Hall, pictured in 2016, is a former co-host of "The Chew" and a "Top Chef" contestant. She will take part in the TerraVita food festival, which is in Chapel Hill Oct. 17-20.

Moma s letter didna t work; Epica s a Fortnitea lawsuit against 14-year-old can continue

A judge has ruled that a lawsuit Cary-based Epic Games has brought against a teenager from Delaware can continue. The company has accused the teen of copyright infringement and breach of contract for using cheat software.

Schools Reviewing Bids for New Aberdeen Elementary

Moore County Board of Education members Helena Wallin-Miller, Ed Dennison and Stacey Caldwell look over proposed floor plans for the new Pinehurst Elementary School. Moore County Board of Education members Helena Wallin-Miller, Ed Dennison and Stacey Caldwell look over proposed floor plans for the new Pinehurst Elementary School.

Cool Ideas for Summer's Hottest Entertaining

LEXINGTON, N.C: Outdoor entertaining is everyone's favorite summer party mode, but only when the host is smart enough to beat the heat. Designers from coast to coast get creative with tips on surviving the dog days of summer with al fresco celebrations that refresh and replenish.

The New Old Age: The Illness Is Bad Enough. The Hospital May Be Even Worse.

When she moved from Michigan to be near her daughter in Cary, N.C., Bernadine Lewandowski insisted on renting an apartment five minutes away. Her daughter, Dona Jones, would have welcomed her mother into her own home, but "she's always been very independent," Ms.

MAGA hat with your movie? Theater allows GOP booth, despite policy

Volunteers for the Wake County Republican Party on Wednesday erected a booth at the Regal Crossroads Stadium 20 in Cary as they promoted a screening of the Dinesh D'Souza movie, "Death of a Nation." Volunteers for the Wake County Republican Party on Wednesday erected a booth at the Regal Crossroads Stadium 20 in Cary as they promoted a screening of the Dinesh D'Souza movie, "Death of a Nation."

11-property portfolio sale in Raleigh, Charlotte boosts firm's NC real estate investment

Starwood Capital Group has closed on a deal for an 11-asset multifamily portfolio in the Triangle and Charlotte. Terms of the deal were not released, but deed records show at least three of those properties in Raleigh and Cary combined top $100 million.

Decisions near for man charged with helping Syria radicals

This undated file photo shows Basit Javed Sheikh. Sheikh, 29, of Cary, N.C. On Tuesday, July 31, 2018, lawyers say the mentally ill North Carolina man who was forcibly medicated so he could be prosecuted on charges he tried to join terrorist groups fighting in Syria, could reach a plea deal or go to trial in about a month.

Decisions near for man charged with helping Syria radicals

This undated file photo shows Basit Javed Sheikh. Sheikh, 29, of Cary, N.C. On Tuesday, July 31, 2018, lawyers say the mentally ill North Carolina man who was forcibly medicated so he could be prosecuted on charges he tried to join terrorist groups fighting in Syria, could reach a plea deal or go to trial in about a month.

Christian Gerald Desgroux

A judge demanded to know Tuesday why a North Carolina man repeatedly used an Army general's uniform to fool others, asking if "it was like Halloween every day," as he sentenced him to six months' imprisonment for an impersonation that ended with an alarming helicopter ride. Christian Desgroux, 58, also received a year of supervised release for wearing a three-star general's battle dress uniform when he unexpectedly landed a chartered helicopter at a technology company late last year.

How One Tech Company Decided To Grow Slow And Steady -- And Is Now Winning The Race

There's more than one way to build a company. The billion-dollar tech IPO is seductive, but it might not be as viable in the long run as you think.

These managers claim IBM fired them after they argued a black salesman wasna t paid fairly

IBM is facing more employment-related legal trouble, as a trio of former managers say the company fired them earlier this year after they questioned a manager's decision to shortchange a black software salesman on a commission payment. Scott Kingston, Andre Temidis and Michael Lee are suing IBM in a New York state court.

Old Cary shopping center to get makeover

The multimillion-dollar renovation project will add green spaces to create an outdoor gathering place in the shopping center located at the west corner of U.S. 1 and U.S. 64 near Apex at 107 Edinburgh South Drive. Renovations will also add covered seating areas, a new outdoor fountain with seating area, new bike racks and new LED lighting including in the parking lot.

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