Cary and Morrisville have very diverse populations and a big part of that is due to immigrants from India and Southeast Asia. And a new documentary playing at the Cary Theater looks at the lives and history of these new neighbors.
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A few weeks ago, we told you how the Town of Morrisville was a finalist for a national award celebrating diversity. Now, Morrisville has won that award, standing out among other towns and cities in the country for its work to highlight its diverse population.
From Shakespeare to classic musicals, the Cary Players are well known for bringing famous plays to Downtown Cary. With their final production of the season, they will take on one of the longest-running plays with the murder mystery “The Mousetrap.”
For artists, finding places to promote their work or hone their craft can be difficult. But one Cary resident has started a center for local musicians, painters and more to reach their next level.
When we last told you about USA Today’s contest for the best new brewery, Bond Brothers Beer Company was in second place. In a few short days, the Cary brewery was able to close the gap and was officially named the best in the country.
Cary is big but a new bicycle race has participants ride from Cary outside the Triangle and all the way to Chapel Hill to benefit the UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation.
For more than 10 years, Cary’s only Islamic center has operated out of a rental space along Chatham Street. Now, after several years of construction, the permanent mosque is expected to open in 2017.
The Internet has given rise to new methods for scammers to steal money and one of the demographics most at risk are seniors. If want to keep yourself or a loved one protected, here are some tips to keep in mind.
Bringing a cultivator farm to Cary has been a long process but Good Hope Farm is in the process of clearing land and bringing in farms to use the land. The goal is to have new, affordable farm land in Cary while also educating people about agriculture.
The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw a number of infrastructure projects pass through council without any controversy.