Research Triangle 

Sprawling in the heart of North Carolina's Piedmont, the Research Triangle is a metro area of about two million people. Largely suburban in nature, the Triangle is unique for a metro area in that, rather than having one primary city at its center, the …
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Scenic and regularly decked out in "Carolina blue", Chapel Hill is a lovely college town in North Carolina that makes up the westernmost point of the Research Triangle.

Of the three cities that make up North Carolina's Research Triangle, Durham has traditionally been the grittier, more working-class one.

The capital of North Carolina and the largest city of the Research Triangle, Raleigh is the primary political and economic driver of the metro area.

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Cary is a town in North Carolina. It is primarily a fast-growing suburb of Raleigh, the state capital; however, in recent years it has begun to develop some economic gravity of its own.

Hillsborough is a town in North Carolina. Hillsborough is an incredibly historic town, important to the history of North Carolina.

Fuquay-Varina is a city of about 7,898 people in North Carolina. Originally the two separate communities of Fuquay Springs and Varina, which merged upon incorporation in 1909.

Apex is a town near Raleigh in the state of North Carolina. NC 55 Comes North From Fuquay-Varina or South From Durham.

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