While the North Carolina State Fair is famed for its giant turkey legs and deep frying anything that is edible, it also features cooking competitions for delicately crafted desserts. This year, in the youth competition, a student from Cary took home the blue ribbon as she won first place.
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Max McGee has been with TITLE Boxing Club since it started and has stood out from the rest of TITLE’s managers, earning himself the Manager of the Year Award.
For the past ten years, Ted Abernathy has addressed the Cary Chamber of Commerce about the state and town’s economic forecast. With all the change that took place in the past decade, this talk highlighted how much a town can change in a short amount of time as Abernathy looked into the future of the economy.
Pairing slips with dresses is a common fashion practice but one Cary woman found slips on the markets were not keeping up with modern trends in dresses. Now she has her own business locally, selling slips made from hand.
Raleigh-Durham International Airport is looking to lease three parcels of land, with Wake County and a quarry company bidding on one piece near Old Reedy Creek Road. But following Wake County’s concerns over legal advice given to the RDU Airport Authority, proposals are now on hold.
For more than a half century, Cary Band Day has been a tradition in town to recognize the hard work of high school marching bands both in Cary and across the state. This year carries that tradition forward again with dozens of schools competing and performing.
After months of speculation and discussion, the Cary Town Council voted to approve the rezoning that will bring IKEA into Cary at their latest Town Council Meeting, as well as voted on other significant rezonings and annexations in town.
According to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, around a third of all food produced in the world ends up being thrown away or otherwise wasted. This week, an activist raising awareness for this problem came to Cary and spoke at Triangle schools as he worked to change rules around food expiration dates.
The Sick Chick Flicks Film Festival returns to the Cary Theater this weekend, bringing a wide range of horror, sci-fi and fantasy short films created by women.
The Cary Theater’s newest Halloween tradition started in 2016 and now the home-made zombie film event is back with more participants in its second year.