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Cary Town Council: North Harrison Hotels, New Library and More

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The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw many comments for and against a proposed hotel on North Harrison Avenue, as well as an important vote on the new regional library in Downtown Cary and more.
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Money Matters: Delaying Retirement May Provide the Financial Boost You Need

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Americans are living longer, healthier lives, and this trend is affecting how they think about and plan for retirement. For instance, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, the age at which workers expect to retire has been rising slowly over the past couple of decades. In 1991, just 11 percent of workers expected to retire after age 65. Fast forward to 2014, and that percentage has tripled to 33 percent – and 10 percent don't plan to retire at all.
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Cary Drafts Open Data Policy to Hold Transparency Accountable

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Cary has had an open data portal but no policy to hold it accountable. Now, the town has created a drafted policy and is looking for feedback from citizens.
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Business Bits: Park West Village, New Restaurants and More

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In this month's business bits, there's news about what businesses will go into the Gander Mountain building in Park West Village, as well as several new restaurants opening up and new salons and gyms in town.
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This Year's African-American Celebration Focuses on Health and the Future

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For more than 20 years, Cary has celebrated Black History Month with the African-American Celebration, bringing a mix of discussions and entertainment. This year's event includes talks about continuing the work of significant black community members into the future, ways for people to eat healthy and musicians playing a variety of styles.
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Weekend Events: Art Loop, African-American Celebration and More

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This weekend is packed with events, with Cary's Final Friday Art Loop, numerous musical performances and much more.
Cary Business
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Money Matters: Delaying Retirement May Provide the Financial Boost You Need

Americans are living longer, healthier lives, and this trend is affecting how they think about and plan for retirement. For instance, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, the age at which workers expect to retire has been rising slowly over the past couple of decades. In 1991, just 11 percent of workers expected to retire after age 65. Fast forward to 2014, and that percentage has tripled to 33 percent – and 10 percent don't plan to retire at all.
Education
Arts
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This Year’s African-American Celebration Focuses on Health and the Future

For more than 20 years, Cary has celebrated Black History Month with the African-American Celebration, bringing a mix of discussions and entertainment. This year's event includes talks about continuing the work of significant black community members into the future, ways for people to eat healthy and musicians playing a variety of styles.
Sports
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Canes Face Bad Weekend, Lose Playoff Spot

The Carolina Hurricanes had a bad weekend at home. If it wasn't hard enough losing to the New Jersey Devils, the Canes lost their playoff spot in a non-scoring game against the New York Islanders.
Events
Food
Movies

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