The local area will be getting a taste of Chicago as Potbelly Sandwich Shop plans several openings in the Triangle area, including a Morrisville location in early 2017.
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With Cary’s proximity to Research Triangle Park, many high-tech jobs and businesses come to the local community. And now, a new facility is opening in Cary for 3D printing and other 21st Century manufacturing services, with hundreds of jobs planned to come with it.
It’s one thing to tell your friends and family out of town that Cary has the best parks and facilities. It’s another to be able to point to the gold medal Cary got for the best Parks and Recreation department in the United States. And now, that’s exactly what you can do.
With Breast Cancer Awareness Month bringing more attention to the disease, Waltonwood Cary Parkway is getting involved with a highly visual event to raise money and recognize not only victims of breast cancer but survivors as well.
Giardino Gourmet Salads is a well-known brand across South Florida but now North Carolina will get its first taste as their new location opens in Cary at the end of October.
The latest meeting of the Cary Town Council moved smoothly without much discussion or public comment as the council acted on several issues ranging from sanitation to road work to police dogs.
The Cary Tennis Park’s team competed alongside 27 of the best teams nationwide in this past weekend’s USTA Junior Team Tennis 14U National Championships, ending in ninth place in the intermediate category.
While most people say they support U.S. military members, there is still a great amount of need for veterans who return home. And one Cary high school student created a network of schools to organize students and gather supplies, earning the Girl Scouts’ top award in the process.
Parkinson’s disease affects close to one million Americans and can take a serious toll on speed, balance and overall mobility. And an annual event in Cary not only fundraises for research of the disease but gives its patients a fun way to fight its progression.
In November, chefs from around the state will be competing to see who is the best. One of those competitors is Cary’s own Ryan Summers, fresh off of his victory in the Raleigh Dining Competition.