The latest Cary Town Council meeting was very busy, with a second Public Hearing on the Fenton development in the Eastern Gateway, designating three Cary sites as historic landmarks, naming the 2017 Hometown Spirit Award winner, renaming a park after a much-heralded resident and much more.
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Two local playwrights have created a story about what it means to live in America and find a sense of belonging, all put on stage at the Cary Theater thanks to a new project by the Cary Playwrights Forum.
One year ago, a majority of voters in Wake County approved the county Transit Plan, with new sales taxes and registration fees put in place to raise around $2 billion for mass transit projects. In new public information meetings this week and online, the county is looking for public input on what form new mass transit, particularly bus transit, should take.
Having strong self-confidence is important in life, from doing well at work to making it through the day. So Preston Dental Loft, along with other businesses in Cary, created a confidence-boosting makeover day for three lucky and deserving Cary women.
With the Autumn temperatures starting to come in, now is the perfect weather to enjoy hot and spicy chili. This Sunday, everyone will have a chance to get some of the best chili in the region as the Triangle Chili Challenge returns to Downtown Cary.
Now open in Alston Town Center, a new Whole Foods is bringing its approach to produce and groceries to West Cary, including unique features such as a La Farm Bakery and a station for making your own growlers.
A new garden design store is now open in Downtown Cary, with design and installation services as well as unique plants and custom arrangements for interior decorating.
The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw the beginning of a long public process to rezone part of the Eastern Gateway for the Fenton Development, as well as discussions about changing town ordinances and a new development on Airport Boulevard.
While the North Carolina State Fair is famed for its giant turkey legs and deep frying anything that is edible, it also features cooking competitions for delicately crafted desserts. This year, in the youth competition, a student from Cary took home the blue ribbon as she won first place.
Max McGee has been with TITLE Boxing Club since it started and has stood out from the rest of TITLE’s managers, earning himself the Manager of the Year Award.