The next meeting of the Heart of Cary Association (HoCA) will be held Thursday, September 6th, 8-9AM at Matthew’s House, 317 W. Chatham Street in Downtown Cary.
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Cary’s official Town Crier is coming to town to help kick off Lazy Daze. What, you didn’t know that Cary has a Town Crier? Thanks to the Sister Cities of Cary Association’s relationship with Markham, Canada, we do. He’ll be here this week for three special events.
For many students, the first week in August marks the end of summer and the return to the school practice field. With practice and conditioning kicking off in the summer heat, the risk of injury significantly increases, especially if you are not cautious. Here are the Top 4 signals to help you tell if it’s “sore” or “injured.”
There are certain characteristics that every parent wants to see in their daughter, from doing well in school to having good friends. Parents desire for their daughters to be confident and well-adjusted. Unfortunately this is not something that happens overnight.
Tomorrow we bury my father. Although his passing was not unexpected, the finality of his death still comes as a shock. My father was always a strong figure in my life, but in today’s world, fathers are almost passé.
The Cary YMCA Superskippers bested more than 50 teams to become the national jump rope champions at a recent competition in Long Beach, California.
Fans witnessed an exciting comeback as the RailHawks rallied from a 3-1 deficit in the last few minutes of the match to tie the Fort Lauderdale Strikers 3-3 at WakeMed Soccer Park on Saturday night.
The “Stolen Valor” case is interesting not only for the facts of the case, but also because it illustrates the delicate balance between free speech and outrageous conduct. Among other things, it raises an interesting ethical conundrum: Is lying ever protected by our Constitution?
Make plans to attend the Heart of Cary Association’s “What’s Up? Downtown!” networking and membership event at Dorry’s Downtown (211 E. Chatham Street) this Thursday night.
The Kickin Grass Band makes their debut appearance at The Starlight Concert Series on Friday, June 29, 2012. This free series of concerts are held on select Friday evenings throughout the summer.