With such a large concentration of highly educated parents in Cary, there is increased emphasis here on school options for students levels ahead of their peers. And so for the 2017-2018 school year, a new academy is opening with a strong, personalized focus on its high-performing students.
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With the new football season starting up in around a month, young players are flocking to camps to get their training and conditioning in before August. And one local camp is giving players coaching from experts while also finding a way to give back to the community at large.
With the passage of the Cary Community Plan, the gradual process to mold the town to move in the direction of Imagine Cary is just starting. And residents may be getting a glimpse of that in Downtown Cary.
Anecdotally, anyone who has lived in Cary for even a few years can tell that the town has been growing. And a recent study puts that growth into new context, with Cary having one of the largest increases in movers in the United States last year.
At the Cary Ballet Company, they have developed a slogan: Not all dancers can make it to the studio so we can bring to the studio to them. And in a series of free classes, the company will be holding ballet lessons for children living in a Triangle women’s shelter.
One of Cary’s fastest growing attractions is the new Downtown Park and this past Saturday, June 24, 2017, residents were invited to a celebration on Academy Street for the new town amenity.
With several large items on the agenda, including the Trimble Avenue rezoning case, the widening of Reedy Creek Road and the 2018 budget, it was another long meeting at Cary Town Hall.
When it comes to sports in the United States, often it’s high schoolers and youth teams that get the most attention. But a Cary-based organization is launching its second ever Masters Games over the next month, bringing adult athletes together for competition and friendship.
Most Americans do not get enough fruits and vegetables, but a new store opening in Cary is hoping to get local residents to eat healthy, or rather, drink healthy.
Cary is home to a large number of people from all walks of life, many of who have incredible personal stories to tell. And over the past two weeks, the local American Legion post has been saluting some of these residents by honoring their service in the wars of the 1940s and 1950s.