The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw many comments for and against a proposed hotel on North Harrison Avenue, as well as an important vote on the new regional library in Downtown Cary and more.
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Cary has had an open data portal but no policy to hold it accountable. Now, the town has created a drafted policy and is looking for feedback from citizens.
Nearly 20 years after her album “Sanctuary,” singer-songwriter Claire Holley is performing at the Cary Theater where she will show her ability to connect with audiences in an intimate environment.
Obstacle course-based fitness is becoming increasingly popular, with locations such as Warrior Tech OCR opening around the country. Those interested will have their shot at qualifying for the national association as Warrior Tech hosts the Triangle’s first qualifier this weekend.
As Morrisville tries to define its own identity, the town is reaching out to the community for their thoughts on the new strategic plan, from its goals to its very name.
According to Melanie Williams, owner of Chocolate Smiles in Downtown Cary, there are four major chocolate holidays. Valentine’s Day is one of those days and with the holiday around the corner, the chocolate store is preparing for another surge in customers.
Raymond Chandler published his first book at age 44. Anna Sewell sold her first copy of “Black Beauty” at age 57. But in Cary, a local author has published her first book, a cyber-crime thriller, at 18 years old.
When the Cary Town Council approved the rezoning for the Fenton mixed use district in the Eastern Gateway, councilmembers called it a historic moment. This week, business leaders from around Cary gathered at the Chamber of Commerce to learn the details of this massive project.
There are a variety of flavors and foods in Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean but they cannot always be found at the grocery store. But a new market opening on Maynard Road will let shoppers try these European foods.
Valentine’s Day and February is a time to show affection and attention to loved ones. But this year, a new initiative will let people show their love for historic Cary sites and learn more about them.