Education, transportation and how it all gets funded were the main topics at a candidate forum for Wake County Board of Commissioners candidates ahead of the 2018 election.
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Cary Visual Art started more than 20 years ago and as the organization has grown and developed, they are looking for new projects to attract the next generation of artists and introduce the arts to today’s youth.
If you go to any Cary Town Council meeting, you will likely hear about the importance of office space in town. This month, a new office coworking space opened in Cary, with an interest in not only providing a workplace but using connections to find business solutions.
Over the next two weekends, the Cary Players will be performing the classic musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at the Cary Arts Center, mixing all of the musicals various styles with both its comedy and its heart.
For nine years now, the Rock Your World benefit concert has raised money for causes both local and international. The event has grown each year and this year it will be in Downtown Cary at the Mayton Inn.
Right before Hurricane Florence hit, Cary residents saw long lines of cars waiting to stock up on gasoline. But now that the hurricane has passed, fuel supplies and prices look stable despite the historic rainfall.
Last weekend, residents from Cary and around the Triangle were preparing their homes and businesses for the effects of the oncoming hurricane. But starting this weekend, residents can relax with a concert at Koka Booth Amphitheatre featuring two big names: Dawes and Old Crew Medicine Show.
Opened in the Triangle earlier this Summer, Robin Autopilot is a new business giving home and business owners the ability to mow their lawns with the help of automated machines.
For years, the Triangle’s Dragon Boat Festival has brought people to Cary to experience Chinese culture and this year looks to bring in around 10,000 visitors to watch the dragon boat races, see live performances, visit booths representing dozens of different cultures and nationalities, and new this year, get medical screenings for a variety of physical conditions.
Predating Cary’s incorporation, the Page-Walker Hotel (now the Page-Walker Arts & History Center) was a crucial part of the town’s origins. Cary is commemorating the building’s 150 years with Bygone Daze, including new displays in the center and celebrations from now to the end of 2018.