Between one-third and 0ne-half of all farm produce in the United States is thrown away. One local Girl Scout created a project to reduce food waste in the Triangle, earning herself the Scouts’ Gold Award in the process.
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The Triangle is known for its history and hospitality, and over the past two weeks, students from across Iraq have stayed Cary, Raleigh and Apex as they explore the area and learn about peace-building and reconciliation to take back home.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say two children die of unintentional drowning every day. A new swim school opening in Cary looks to not only educate children on how to swim but also make it fun.
Tens of thousands of people were held in prison camps by Imperial Japan during World War II. One of its survivors shared her family’s story living in the camps with fellow residents at Waltonwood Cary Parkway.
When mental healthcare gets discussed, it is often about funding for health services or the way people with mental illness are perceived by society. But a new documentary by local filmmakers looks at what happens with patients themselves, screening their documentary at the Cary Theater and taking questions from the audience.
Lenny’s Grill and Subs is popular across the South and the chain is expanding into the Triangle and Cary, emphasizing new menu items and outreach to young customers.
The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw a vote on the Community Development Block Grant, which brought up many of the same criticisms that surrounded the Trimble Avenue rezoning case approved in June as Town Council voted to give Habitat for Humanity its requested funding.
A friend, even a close one, could be dealing with a disease in their private lives you do not notice. One Cary Girl Scout worked on a project framed around these invisible diseases, earning her the Girl Scouts’ top award in the process.
From working on Morrisville-Carpenter Road to widening NC-54 to a series of changes to McCrimmon Parkway, there is a lot of roadwork planned for Morrisville and increased funding from the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) will see those expanded and accelerated.
Chocolate is a popular treat across the country but one Cary chocolatier has taken that interest to a new level, creating premium filled chocolates and winning several top awards from the Academy of Chocolate, including the International Rising Star Award.