The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw long discussion and public input on proposed changes to the GoCary routes and a rezoning case in West Cary to change land zoned for a school and housing. There was also funding passed for several new sidewalks in town as well as recognition for a long-time Cary staff member.
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In Harold Weinbrecht’s 12th year as Cary’s mayor, he sees the town’s future as positive with solutions promised to some of Cary’s most pressing problems in his latest State of the Town address.
As cleaning businesses grow across North Carolina, a new customizable cleaning company is looking to open in the Cary area with training and data analytics for franchisees.
For close to 70 years, North Carolina State University’s Howling Cow ice cream has been popular, but available in limited locations. Now, shoppers in Cary will be able to buy the local brand in their own grocery stores as Harris Teeter now carries Howling Cow.
While classical music has stood the test of time and can be enjoyed by anyone, fewer audience members recognize the nuances and composition of the music. In a new performance by the Concert Singers of Cary, the music will be explained while giving audiences live musical examples.
In just its fourth year, the North Carolina Chinese Lantern Festival in Cary has surpassed 100,000 visitors in one run, setting a new attendance record.
For working families, finding time to care for a pet dog during the day can be difficult. A dog care business is opening its first North Carolina location in Cary to address these concerns, with a focus on understanding a dog’s psychological needs.
Cary has a significantly lower unemployment rate than the rest of North Carolina, and the country in general. According to a new study looking at census data, Cary also has one of the highest percentages of people in the labor force with a job or looking for a job, at nearly 69 percent.
If you have been through Downtown Cary, you likely saw how the historic Williams House has moved down E Chatham Street. Learn about the house’s history with radio in the Triangle as well as what will become of the house in its new location.
Now open in Downtown Cary, the Hemp Boutique of Cary has a wide array of hemp and CBD products and wants to introduce anyone interested to how they can help with mental and physical health.