Thoughts for May 2017 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education.
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Often, political discussion are about what different sides of an issue disagree on. But a former Cary mayor is starting a new political action group to focus on what everyone, from Republicans to Democrats and more, feel they can agree on.
In America, and particularly the Triangle, many different cultures and cuisines are mixed together. And at Eighty8 Asian Bistro in Cary, they are hoping to use this mix of cultures and their restaurant experience to bring new dishes to customers.
Since the 1980s, Duke’s Talent Identification Program (TIP) has worked with high-scoring students to get them the resources they need to reach their full potential. And one Cary student has shown a lot of potential, scoring four grade levels above where he is now.
Fencing is increasingly popular in the area and this weekend, Cary will host a tournament pitting athletes against one another, armed only with their masks and weapons.
In this second installment of History for Breakfast, we sat down with Cary historian Tom Myers at Famous Toastery to talk about historic buildings around Cary and the preservation efforts surrounding them.
As the rain this past week showed, controlling stormwater and runoff is an important consideration by municipalities here. And the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is awarding Morrisville for its new approach to cutting down on reducing stormwater in the design of a new playground.
As the piece of Cary with the most left undeveloped, West Cary is a rapidly growing part of not only the town but of Wake County. And with that growth comes new challenges and opportunities and the community shared both at a recent Cary information meeting.
While the Thursday, April 27, 2017 Town Council meeting only had four public hearings and no discussion items on its agenda, it was a long session with lots of discussion about potential new zoning in Cary.
This past Thursday, April 20, 2017, Cary Police deputized and attended the funeral of a West Cary boy who was drawn to the police.