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Raleigh, North Carolina — North Carolina's capital city, Raleigh, NC is the second-largest city in the state and one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the United States. With a population of about 378,000, it is home to both a major research university (North Carolina State University) and a professional hockey team (the NHL Carolina Hurricanes). Over the past five years, it has received numerous nationwide accolades ranging from No. 1 Best Place to Live & Work (Employment Review Magazine, June 2003) and Five Star Quality of Life (Expansion Magazine, April 2005) to Top 10 Tech Towns (Wired, January 2007). The Raleigh, NC location of the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin is close to the North Carolina Industrial Commission headquarters. An average of 17,358 motor vehicle crashes occurred annually in the City of Raleigh between 2003 and 2005 (source: NCDOT, Division of Motor Vehicles).
Apex, North Carolina — Apex, NC is a fast-growing community of about 31,000 residents and borders Cary, North Carolina. Apex has earned the nickname "The Peak of Good Living" for its down home charm and urban conveniences. The name "Apex" originated from the town's location as the highest point on the Chatham Railroad between Richmond, Virginia and Jacksonville, Florida. The original Apex Union Depot, formerly a passenger rail station, now houses the Chamber of Commerce. The entire downtown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In July, 2009, Apex ranked among the nation's top 100 places to live by CNN/Money magazine. Apex is located in Wake County about 15 miles from Raleigh.
Cary, North Carolina — This town of about 141,000 residents is the seventh-largest municipality in the state and the third-largest municipality in the Triangle after Raleigh and Durham. According to the US Census Bureau, it was the fifth-fastest growing municipality in the United States between Sept. 2006 and Sept. 2007. It is bordered on the east by Raleigh, North Carolina and the west by Jordan Lake, which has more than 14,000 acres of water. The city is known for its abundance of recreational and cultural opportunities. It is also the home to SAS Institute, the largest privately-held software company in the world. Cary is located in Wake County about 12 miles from Raleigh.
Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina — This small town of about 16,000 residents historically had an economy based on tobacco and agriculture, but as the Triangle has grown, real estate development has taken center stage. Originally two towns ("Fuquay Springs" and "Varina"), this unique community actually has two historic districts located only minutes apart. Situated at the convergence of NC 55, NC 42 and US 401, Fuquay-Varina boasts easy access to many parts of North Carolina. The main campus of Wake County Technical Community College, the second largest community college in the state, is located just a few minutes away. Fuquay-Varina, NC is located in Wake County about 17 miles from Raleigh.
Garner, North Carolina — In addition to the amenities available in nearby Raleigh, NC this town of about 26,000 offers its own blend of recreational and cultural activities. The Town of Garner Parks and Recreation Department manages 184 acres of developed park land, 146 acres of open space and almost 100 acres of land set aside for future park development. The newly renovated Garner Historic Auditorium offers patrons an expansive stage, improved lighting and sound and comfortable cushioned seats. A $500,000 grant is being used to establish Garner's first nature and environmental education park at White Deer Park. Garner is located in Wake County about eight miles from the City of Raleigh.
Pittsboro, North Carolina — Located in Chatham County, NC this town of about 2,500 residents borders Jordan Lake, a popular recreation area of about 47,000 acres and one of the largest summer homes for the bald eagle. Another attraction is the Carnivore Preservation Trust, an animal sanctuary for such large creatures as ocelots, servals and tigers. The town prides itself on its environmental consciousness. "The Plant" on Industrial drive offers an unusual collection of green-oriented businesses, and Central Carolina Community College is the only community college in the state to offer a sustainable agriculture program. Pittsboro is located in Chatham County about 30 miles west of Raleigh, NC.
Wake Forest, North Carolina — This town of about 27,500 residents celebrated its centennial in 2009. Its nationally-registered historic downtown boasts more than 100 businesses, including the Cotton Company, a renovated building in which numerous craftsmen share commercial space. The town is also home to the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminar and was the home of Wake Forest University for 122 years before it moved to Winston-Salem, NC in 1956. The Triangle's community-supported classical music station, WCPE-FM, is also headquartered in the town. Wake Forest, NC is located in Wake County about 19 miles from the City of Raleigh.
Zebulon, North Carolina — This small town of about 5,400 residents is best known as the home of Five County Stadium, home to the Carolina Mudcats, the Double-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. Built in 1991 and renovated in 1999, the park seats 6,500 fans. Five County Stadium got its name from its location near the boundaries of Franklin, Johnston, Nash, Wake and Wilson counties. Zebulon's largest employer is GlaxoSmithKline, which employs more than 1,500 people. Zebulon, NC is located in Wake County about 25 miles from the City of Raleigh.
Note: All population estimates based on the 2008 US Census estimates, unless otherwise indicated.