Cary is a city in North Carolina that inhabits two separate counties, Wake County and Chatham County. Cary, NC is 43.5 square miles large and has a population of over 136,000 people making it one of the biggest cities state-wide. In 1750 Cary, NC began as Bradford's Ordinary then when the North Carolina Railroad built their railroad through town, Cary, NC was linked with the larger cities of North Carolina of the time period. Cary, NC was founded by Francis Page, a Wake County farmer and lumberman who bought 300 acres of land surrounding the rail road. Page developed the land in Cary, NC by building the first streets, sawmill, general store, and post office. Page also became the first Postmaster in town and built the first hotel in Cary in 1868. Cary, NC was incorporated on 1871 and named after Samuel Fenton Cary. Many of the original businesses and services that first inhabited Cary, NC are still there and can found in the Cary, NC Business Directory and Yellow Pages.
Cary, NC has the biggest public school systems in North Carolina called the Wake County Public School System. It consists of 4 High Schools, 5 Middle Schools, 16 Elementary Schools, 5 Private Schools, and the Wake Technical Community College. Cary, NC has one of the best public transportation systems in all of North Carolina, the main town transit system is called the C-Tran with 6-fixed routes. The other public transportation system throughout the city is called the Triangle Transit, which connects to Raliegh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. Besides an amazing public school system and public transportation system Cary, NC has various business and services that attract many employers and employees to the city. Amongst the some of the businesses in the city the most notable are: SAS Institute, 3Dsolve, Cotton Incorporated, Epic Games, Infineon Technologies, InteliScanner Corporation, Dex One, Western Wake Medical Center, LexisNexis, Deere and Company, Research In Motion, Deutsche Bank, and The Pantry. If you plan to relocated to the Cary, NC area and want to learn more about local businesses throughout the city, check the Cary, NC Business Directory and Yellow Pages.
Cary, NC is home to award-winning sports teams, amongst a few of the greats are NCAA Division I Women's Soccer College Cup, NCAA Division II Baseball Championship, NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Cross Country Championships, and the NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Tennis Championship. Cary, NC was Money Magazines Best Place to Live #5 in the Nation and Cary is also home to the USAB National Training Complex. Other tourist attractions to Cary, NC are the Koka Booth Amphitheatre at Regency Park, The Page-Walker Hotel, WakeMed Soccer Park, the Willam B. Umstead State Park, The USA National Baseball Training Complex, Thomas Brooke Park, Sk-8 Skate Park, Fred G. Bond Metropolitian Park, Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve and the MacDonal Woods Park. You can find these parks, services, businesses and more in the Cary, NC Business Directory and the Cary, NC Yellow Pages.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan
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