The “White Christmas Sing-a-Long” in December has been a tradition at the Cary Theater for several years now. But due to the film rights being used by chain movie theaters, the event will not occur this year and the Cary Theater is planning for new interactive screenings they hope will become new Cary traditions.
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In the yearly economic evaluation of Cary, the town and the state are doing much better than many parts of the country but the types of jobs with growth are getting narrower and popping up in fewer counties.
After gasoline prices got up to some of their highest points in years during the Summer, prices are now on the decline with all signs showing they will continue to fall through the end of 2018.
There are many factors that go into picking where you live: cost of housing, incomes, crime, poverty. A new study combines these factors and found Cary is among the best when it comes to livable cities and towns and the best on the East Coast or in the South.
Morrisville has grown a lot since the 1980s when the current Morrisville Aquatics & Fitness Center was built. So to meet the current needs of the community, the center will undergo construction to expand and update it, and closing for close to a year until it is completed.
Back in 2017, we reported on Cary student Grace Brescia who won first place in King Arthur Flour Baking Contest at the NC State Fair. This year, not only did Brescia win first place in the content’s youth division again but she also took home the blue ribbon in the Great American SPAM Championship.
This Thursday, October 25, 2018 Cary Town Council meeting may have been the shortest meeting of the year, with limited discussion or public comments and two items tabled, but Town Council made important votes on the Fenton development, Koka Booth Amphitheatre and more.
Without a doubt, the Rocky Horror Picture Show is the most popular horror science-fiction comedy musical film starring Meatloaf of all time, but fewer people know it started as a proper stage musical. Now, that stage show comes to Cary as Theatre Raleigh presents the Rocky Horror Picture Show at Koka Booth Amphitheatre.
Visitors to Chatham Street may notice a change to one of Downtown Cary’s most historic buildings as the Ivey-Ellington House’s roof has been stripped and re-painted as part of a stabilization effort by the Town of Cary.
With less than two weeks until Election Day, candidates for the North Carolina House and Senate seats in Cary met with members of the Cary Chamber of Commerce at a candidate forum, taking questions and talking about education, Wake County’s growth and healthcare costs.