Mail image previewThe Town of Cary is a community of more than 155,000 residents. Located between Raleigh and Research Triangle Park, the town is conveniently located, with Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and the Raleigh Durham airport all nearby. Duke University and UNC Chapel Hill are less than 20 minutes away.

Cary is the seventh-largest municipality in North Carolina, yet it is able to maintain a small-town feel due to the resources available from larger cities nearby. Many of the residents work in Raleigh and Research Triangle Park. Most of the residents have white-collar jobs as professionals and technology and office workers. The median income of the residents is among the highest in the state.

The town has 31 park areas, with benches and picnic tables. Many of…

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Directly west of Chapel Hill sits the town of Carrboro. Initially a very small railroad depot, then a mill town of 2.000 residents, Carrboro Carrboro Farmers Markethas grown steadily during the past 60 years to a population of over 20,000 due to its proximity to the University of North Carolina and the growth of area businesses. The residents are primarily white-collar workers. Most of the residents are professionals, managers, service providers, scientists, and teachers.

Carrboro is known as the most progressive community in North Carolina, and it is proud of that reputation. It readily accommodates same-sex relationships and was the first town to offer benefits to partners in same-sex relationships. It was also among the first municipalities in the South to adopt…

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