By Hal Goodtree Cary, NC – Just yesterday, we ran an item about free flu shots from Cary EMS. But there’s another way to fight cold and flu season. It’s Jewish Chicken Soup, a dish so powerful it has been reputed to cure rigor mortis.
About Hal Goodtree
Hal Goodtree is the Publisher of CaryCitizen.
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Cary, NC – For America to maintain a top quality workforce in the coming decades, science, technology and math education needs to be a priority. Toward that end, 100 top U.S. CEOs have banded together to form ChangeTheEquation.org. In their own words, “Change the Equation aligns corporate efforts in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) […]
Story by Hal Goodtree. Cary, NC – The bubbly will be flowing on Friday night in Cary and across the world for New Years Eve. But whether you fancy Moet, a nice Cava or serene Prosecco, Champagne cocktails are all the rage.
Cary, NC – The final piece in The Cary Players/Radio Jingles series, Ashworth Drug Store seems to perfectly capture the mood of the 1940’s.
Story and photos by Hal Goodtree. Raleigh, NC – A small group of journalists from across the state gathered at the Executive Mansion in Raleigh on Thursday to spend an hour chatting with North Carolina Governor Beverly Perdue. CaryCitizen was there. The State Budget Many questions revolved around the coming budget for North Carolina. The State […]
In our house, we always like to have a hearty breakfast on Christmas morning – something that can cook untended while we tear open the presents and substantial enough to forestall the candy onslaught for at least a couple of hours.
Cary, NC – This is the second installment in our series on radio jingles created by Cary Players for the production of “Yes, Virginia.”“Jingles,” of course, are short, catchy songs written specially for advertisers to promote their products or services. This second clip is for Cary Plumbing. You can also find it on YouTube. Credits […]
Cary, NC – The production of “Yes, Virginia,” a radio play by Cary Players set in the 1940’s, included several original radio jingles for local businesses. “Jingles,” of course, are short, catchy songs written specially for advertisers to promote their products or services.
Jack’s a modest guy, but he does say he left Boston for Cary after NY Yankee Bucky F. Dent broke the hearts of Red Sox Nation.
Story and pictures by Hal Goodtree Cary, NC – The sun was shining and the excitement was high on Saturday for the 52nd Annual Cary Band Day.