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Solar Eclipse: What You Need to Know

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This Monday, August 21, 2017, there will be a total solar eclipse and while we will only be able to see a partial eclipse, it is still an event many are excited for. Here are some tips on how to view the eclipse and, more importantly, how to do so safely.
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Cary Girl Scout Cuts Food Waste in Award-Winning Project

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Between one-third and 0ne-half of all farm produce in the United States is thrown away. One local Girl Scout created a project to reduce food waste in the Triangle, earning herself the Scouts' Gold Award in the process.
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Gardening: Container Planting

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We have definitely had our share of heat this summer and it has probably taken a toll on your potted plants.  You may need to completely start over and that’s fine because there are some great late-summer container ideas that will last through fall and into early winter before the first frost.
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Iraqi Students Visit Triangle to Learn About Peace-Building

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The Triangle is known for its history and hospitality, and over the past two weeks, students from across Iraq have stayed Cary, Raleigh and Apex as they explore the area and learn about peace-building and reconciliation to take back home.
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Goldfish Swim School Opening First NC Location in Cary

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say two children die of unintentional drowning every day. A new swim school opening in Cary looks to not only educate children on how to swim but also make it fun.
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Education: Bill Fletcher 2017 August Newsletter

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Thoughts for August 2017 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education.

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Solar Eclipse: What You Need to Know

This Monday, August 21, 2017, there will be a total solar eclipse and while we will only be able to see a partial eclipse, it is still an event many are excited for. Here are some tips on how to view the eclipse and, more importantly, how to do so safely.
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Local Documentary Looks At Misconceptions in Mental Healthcare

When mental healthcare gets discussed, it is often about funding for health services or the way people with mental illness are perceived by society. But a new documentary by local filmmakers looks at what happens with patients themselves, screening their documentary at the Cary Theater and taking questions from the audience.
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Local Documentary Looks At Misconceptions in Mental Healthcare

When mental healthcare gets discussed, it is often about funding for health services or the way people with mental illness are perceived by society. But a new documentary by local filmmakers looks at what happens with patients themselves, screening their documentary at the Cary Theater and taking questions from the audience.

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