Huntington’s Disease affects roughly 30,000 Americans with many more at risk of developing it, which leads to few resources to research the disease. To educate people and raise money in a fun way, a local Cary brewery is holding a fundraiser for Huntington’s research.
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With just two events this year, Waverly Place’s Waverly Wine Walk event has raised more than $5,000 for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. The event returns for the Spring’s final walk this year, with more than a dozen retailers participating.
Construction on the new Downtown Cary library and parking lot started this past Friday, May 11, 2018 as tree clearing and grading gets underway.
Traditionally, national and international gymnastics competitions in the United States are held in the Northeast or on the West Coast. But Cary-based Sports & Properties, Inc. worked to bring not only the USA Gymnastic American Cup but also the Nastia Liukin Cup to North Carolina.
The latest Cary Town Council meeting went into very late hours as several items were on the agenda that saw significant comment from residents, some controversial and some not.
Morrisville does not currently have a veterans monument or memorial but a group of residents are fundraising to build the first one on the Indian Creek Trailhead.
This past April, average gasoline prices in and around Cary were about $2.65 per gallon. At the same time, gasoline prices nationwide hit their highest average since 2014.
April is National Volunteer Month and one Cary resident took that occasion to reflect on what is now 50 years of volunteer work here in the community.
Only two Cary artists are remembered with plaques in the artist’s circle in front of the Cary Arts Center. This Thursday, April 26, 2018, that second plaque was unveiled as Bobbi Hopp was honored for her service to the Cary arts community.
Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite” has long been a celebrated play and movie for its comedic look at dysfunctional relationships. In the Cary Players’ new production, that same comedy and message comes through, even after 50 years.