As municipalities across the United States face the challenges of a changing environment and providing natural resources to their residents, Morrisville Mayor TJ Cawley is working to bridge federal and local support as he takes a new national leadership position.
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After gas prices significantly dipped at the end of 2018, Cary drivers saw prices climb back up recently due to crude oil costs and refinery maintenance in the past weeks. However, now with cold weather slowing demand nationwide, local motorists will have a temporary break in prices going up.
Seven new houses are set for construction in Downtown Cary, as part of a project the developers say they hope will make a statement to other builders in the area.
February is American Heart Month, a time for Americans to focus on their cardiovascular well-being. As part of that effort, Orangetheory Fitness in West Cary is holding a special workout session to raise money for the American Heart Association.
Cary’s newest fire station is currently under construction on Walnut Street, relocating from SE Maynard Road, and weather permitting, plans are for the station to open early next year.
The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw extensive discussion on a mini-storage unit during a Quasi-Judicial hearing, as well as a Public Hearing on parking for an office on Weston Parkway and more.
We are now in flu season as more and more cases are being tracked not just in North Carolina but across the country. Learn about the influenza in the region currently, as well as ways to stay healthy and safe.
Last year, 16.4 million people visited Wake County, generating more than $2 billion in spending. Wake County is working on a strategic plan to boost those numbers, with more than 20 million visitors by 2028.
Last year, Cary’s Pool Scouts franchise earned the award for out-performing all other nationwide locations. This year, not only have they won that award a second time but the local Pool Scouts franchise also added more customers than anywhere else.
JCPenney announced this week it will be closing its Cary Towne Center store, making it the third major retail anchor to leave the local mall. This sale coincides with the mall selling to a new owner