One of Cary’s busiest intersections, the meeting of West Chatham Street and Cary Parkway is now getting a traffic light to hopefully prevent future accidents.
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Staying active later in life can be a good way to stave off memory loss and remain in shape and one local program is finding particular success with aquatic training.
Cary’s Town Council met to discuss proposed new developments in town, passed a widely-discussed rezoning, went over Cary’s financials and recognized several awarded staff members.
Cary is a hotbed for dance, with multiple high-level ballet studios and classes. And one of those students has gone on to be one of only a handful of young dancers to become a National YoungArts Foundation finalist.
The holidays are always a big time for charities and donations as more people think about giving. And at SearStone, residents have gotten into the spirit with a large donation of handcrafted wooden toys.
As the Triangle has grown over the past 20 years, the appetite for entertainment has grown with it. And as a part of that, the Carolina RailHawks announced their intention to become a major league team, complete with new branding and a new stadium.
Since the Summer, Cary chef Ryan Summers has been cutting his way through North Carolina’s Competition Dining Series and came out on top as the winner of the Battle of Champions. Even more impressive, this is Summers’ first year competing.
Cary is home to a variety of people with different backgrounds and cultures. Some of that culture will be on full display at Cary Town Hall as it hosts the second annual Discover China Fine Arts Exhibition.
While the holidays are a time for family and reflection, everyone knows there’s a lot of spending that goes into it, from presents to decorations, food and more. A new study looking at holiday budgets across the country has figured out about how much Cary residents should be spending this season.
Wake County shoppers have known Carpenter Village as a destination for fresh, locally grown produce and other North Carolina goods. But now, Morrisville is the home of the Western Wake Farmers Market.