The latest Cary Town Council regular meeting saw little discussion from residents as Town Council voted on a number of procedures related to road work and utilities in Cary, among other things.
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Wake County now has more than one million people living here, and while that means economic opportunities, it also presents many challenges for limited land and resources. This year’s State of Morrisville discussion saw town and county officials talking about these challenges and potential solutions.
The Eastern Gateway may surpass Downtown Cary as the region of town with the most interest right now. With a large mixed-use development planned there by Columbia Development, they are reaching out for help with the name as they try to forge a community connection.
Turkey and the Mediterranean in general has its own climate and is at the intersection of many other cultures, meaning it has a lot of unique food options. The new Turkuaz Market in Downtown Cary has a wide selection of these unique foods, hard to find many other places in North Carolina.
For more than 40 years, Fire Station No. 9 has sat on SE Maynard Road, although it wasn’t always called that. But now, a new station with the No. 9 designation is being built, with an information meeting next week for residents to learn more.
In a fast-paced world, more of us want to get our food on the run. With Kale Me Crazy now open in Cary, their goal is to give customers a way to get nutrition quickly.
Research shows children benefit from learning outdoors as well as in a classroom. A new school opening in West Cary is putting that into practice, with early childhood development focused on blending the two together.
One business in West Cary is changing its employment process up after running for five years in the area.
Scott Reintgen describes himself as Cary-oriented, learning to love writing in Cary schools and teaching that same love to local students. Now, with his space-fantasy novel “Nyxia” published, he is touring these same Cary schools to share it with young readers.
The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw an outpouring of public interest as Town Council discussed rezoning Cary Towne Center to potentially bring in an IKEA and there was a visit from our Town Crier.