If you’ve ever wanted to see a play written by a local writer, you’re in luck as the Cary Theater is hosting a weekend of 10 short plays, all by North Carolina playwrights.
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For the past several years, quilters have collected rows in an annual event but not always ended up with a cohesive project. But this year, one Cary store came up with a way for other stores in the area to collaborate on one group quilt.
Cotton House Craft Brewers is opening this year along Academy Street in Downtown Cary, with a focus both on Cary’s past while also looking to the future with beer made from new, experimental hops.
Parents want their children to pursue education and now local parents have a new option as Morrisville is home to North Carolina’s first Best in Class Education Center, which looks to give students personalized help from early years to college preparation.
July often sees some of the highest gasoline prices of the year but this driving season looks to have passed the local area by as prices have dropped since June in Cary and across the state.
Jazz music comes from all different places and eras and local jazz band Sidecar Social Club draws on these widespread styles and influences in their latest album, made up of all original songs.
At every Cary Town Council meeting, anyone can come and speak on any topic to give their opinion on a particular Public Hearing. But a Craigslist post suggests some people may have been paid to speak at the most recent meeting in favor of a rezoning request.
With Independence Day next week, start planning for the holiday with our guide to July 4 events around town and the Triangle.
The latest Cary Town Council meeting only saw one item with significant input but it brought out a variety of comments and opinions from residents. Town Council also voted on the budget, opioid monitoring in Cary and more.
The new downtown fountain and stage has attracted more foot traffic to the corner of Academy and Dry than it had seen in years, but it only represents a fraction of the total Downtown Cary Park. At a recent Cary Chamber of Commerce meeting, the landscape architect laid out some visions of what Phase II of the park could look like.