Discover the Cities of the Triangle Region in North Carolina
By Sara Glafcke
Raleigh is the state capital of North Carolina and the largest city in the Triangle region. It is home to major arts venues, state museums, much-lauded restaurants and both local and global businesses.
- Raleigh Demographics
- Wake County Public Schools
- The North Carolina Symphony
- North Carolina State University
Durahm, the Bull City, is study in reinvention, transformation and the blending of old and new. It has an energy all its own. Durham is home to Duke University and North Carolina Central University.
- Durham Demographics
- Durham Public Schools
- Duke University
- North Carolina Central University
- Durham Bulls Baseball
Sometimes called the 'Southern Part of Heaven,' Chapel Hill is a quintessential college town and the home of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Cary is the town that thinks like Wall Street and feels like Main Street. Home to SASS, Cisco, John Deere and Oxford University Press, the town also has a strong sense of community. This is one of the Triangle's fastest growing areas.
The Paris of the Piedmont, Carrboro's quirky character traits include a dedication to the arts, green-living and high technology.