This story by Jackie Holcombe, Mayor of Morrisville, NC. Photo by Hal Goodtree. Morrisville, NC – On November 6, Morrisville residents will have an opportunity to approve funding for infrastructure improvements and quality of life enhancements in our town. Two important referenda, one for parks and recreational bonds and a second for street improvements bonds […]
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In honor and recognition of October being National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it’s important to revisit the importance of being active and eating healthy in order to reduce the risk of diseases such as cancer, increase fitness levels, and promote healthy living and longevity.
Ever wonder what Sister Cities of Cary does? Well, last week, it was economic development, hosting a business delegation from County Meath, Ireland. The following is an account of the week from Sister Cities Treasurer Ian Henshaw.
Imagine a sport that combines the excitement of shooting with the challenge of golf. That’s the idea behind Deep River Sporting Clays. Mark me down as a fan.
Northwoods Elementary celebrated International Walk to School Day on October 3. The muggy weather didn’t keep away our Northwoods families. We ended up having 245 walkers, including Cary’s mayor, Harold Weinbrecht, join in the event!
The rain came down all day on Saturday in Cary. But things cleared off enough in the evening for the Carolina RailHawks to dispatch the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers 3-1 and earn a trip to the NASL Semifinals.
This Saturday, September 29, 2012, is the 5th Annual Panther Creek Invitational (PCI) Marching Band Competition. It is spectacle-size entertainment and everyone is invited.
Cooler temps are here and it’s time to warm up the house and get it dressed for the Fall season. Maybe you are gazing around your home and you aren’t sure where to start. Here are 5 quick tips to get you on your way to transition from summer to fall in your home.
With the start of a new school year comes new bus rides, classes friendships and unfortunately conflicts like teasing and bullying. Here’s a guide to taking action.
On Saturday, September 22, Kids Together will celebrate every child’s right to be included in play with a Walk for Inclusiveness at Kids Together Playground in Marla Dorrel Park. Registration opens at 9:30 a.m. and the walk begins at 10:00 a.m. Games, activities and an awards ceremony will conclude by noon.