When giving charitably, many people try to match their service with their own skills and resources. One Cary high schooler is using his own skill and passion for crafts to sell what he makes and donating the proceeds.
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David Woods, supervisor for the Two Men and a Truck franchise serving the Morrisville area, has helped boost customer satisfaction to its highest level in years and earned himself the company’s prestigious Ultimate Move Hero Award in the process.
With the Triangle’s wet climate, mold is fairly common and removing it can be hazardous for both buildings and people. Green Home Solutions, a mold-removal company that boasts environmentally-friendly methods, is hoping address those mold concerns as they open their first Triangle location in Cary.
Students in ProStart programs across North Carolina learn about preparing food and working in the culinary industry in school. But five Cary students recently took that to the next level, winning third place in a statewide culinary competition and earning scholarships for themselves.
Many great plays can make audiences feel drawn into the action. In a new production of “No Exit” in Cary, everyone will be in the front row and close to the actors as they wrestle with big ideas of responsibility and self-identity.
The Concert Singers of Cary are giving audiences a tour of famous French composers that spans the spectrum from austere to elegant, all while demonstrating the melodious nature of French classical music.
While the Cary Theater has brought audiences artistic and classic films, moviegoers are often treated to films they are familiar with in some way. But for the past few months, Cinema Overdrive has shown audiences under-appreciated movies that are guaranteed to leave a lasting impression.
With the half cent sales tax increase and other fees passed in the 2016 referendum, Wake County is raising more than $80 million for public transportation improvements and updates. GoTriangle’s general manager met with the Cary Chamber of Commerce to lay out some of these changes and provide a timetable.
In response to the mass shooting at a Florida high school in February, a group of Cary parents has begun pushing for new locking mechanisms to be added to Wake County schools with support steadily growing.
According to the town of Cary, opioid overdoses increased by 70 percent in 2017, and fatal overdoses increased by 40 percent. To find solutions to opioid addiction in the area, Cary is undergoing a six-month test phase to monitor opioid concentrations in wastewater, funded as one of the 2018 Mayors Challenge finalists.