I was at a dinner party in Raleigh and more than half of the attendees waxed poetic about the joys of raising backyard chickens. I had to give it a try.
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You may want to join a garden or perhaps you are looking to start a new garden at a school, in your neighborhood, at your place of workshop or at work. Attend Dig In on March 5, 8:30 am-1:00 pm at Marbles Kids Museum for all the down and dirty on gardens
Many many people visited Arnie. But I was among the few he would let pet him, a right I had precariously earned. Some of the staff had called me his girlfriend, because he would liven up when he saw me, even when he had been in a bad mood.
Story by Kathleen Peden. Photo by Hal Goodtree. Cary, NC – Fire Station #2 is located on SE Maynard Road. This week, I went there to meet with Yoko Sorensen, Fire Department Captain and Town of Cary Employee of the Year.
Cary, NC – Finding a Cary-area native is getting harder and harder these days, but if you travel down the road from Cary just a piece, you can find a community made up of folks that have been born and bred in these parts with their families settling here since the mid-1800s.
Part II in the History of Cary series. This segment covers 1901-1945. Story by Peggy Van Scoyoc. Cary NC – The private boarding school that Frank Page helped establish in 1870 became the first state-assisted public high school in North Carolina in 1907.
Guest columnist and Cary author Peggy Van Scoyoc shares a brief history of Cary, NC before 1900 in this first of a three part series.