For the fifth year, Cary is home to one of the country’s biggest Oktoberfest with authentic food and beer from Germany with a goal to raise $100,000 for charity.
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One of the benefits of having an art house movie theater in Cary is being able to see smaller touring films and this weekend, the comedy “Bernard and Huey” plays at the theater, written by cartoonist and screenwriter Jules Feiffer in 1986 and based on characters he created from the late 1950s.
Last year’s Fall for Cary Festival brought more than 5,000 people to Downtown Cary and this year has even more in store as two new areas are added along W Chatham Street and events are looped in to keep guests occupied all day long.
If you’ve been to any nearby colleges or large urban areas, you have likely seen the various brands of rentable electric scooters either in use or laying in wait. Now one of these scooter brands is in Cary and town staff are waiting to see how they should be regulated.
Grace Stocker of Chocolat Grace LLC won the International Rising Star Award in 2017 when she first participated in the Academy of Chocolate’s (AoC) award ceremony. This year, she returned to competition and took home the Golden Bonbon Award, establishing her as one of the world’s top chocolate makers.
Cary, NC – This week Cary was impacted by Hurricane Michael while hosting two of our biggest events of the year, the SAS Championships and Diwali.
With heavy rainfall from Hurricane Florence and now Hurricane Michael, Cary has an increase in its mosquito population, which can lead to more diseases your pets are vulnerable to.
With early voting less than a week away, candidates for the Wake County Board of Education met at a forum to discuss top questions about local public schools, particularly managing growth and ensuring student safety.
As the coming Fenton development looks to create and establish its identity, one more piece of the mixed use district comes into play as Triangle restauranteur Scott Crawford will open a steakhouse there, with wood-fired aged steak and a lounge for smaller plates and drinks.
Mayton Inn owner Deanna Crossman and Cary’s Chief Strategic Communications Officer Susan Moran met with Downtown Cary business owners and any other residents who wanted to come out to talk about the Mayton Inn filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and answering questions from the audience.