Most Americans do not get enough fruits and vegetables, but a new store opening in Cary is hoping to get local residents to eat healthy, or rather, drink healthy.
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Cary is home to a large number of people from all walks of life, many of who have incredible personal stories to tell. And over the past two weeks, the local American Legion post has been saluting some of these residents by honoring their service in the wars of the 1940s and 1950s.
With a diagnosis such as Parkinson’s, it can be important for patients to hear from one another on the best ways to manage the disease. And one Cary resident with Parkinson’s is now spreading that information across the country as he joins a national advisory council.
In any state, you need someone to convince companies to move their business and bring jobs to the community. And in North Carolina, that someone is based here in Cary.
As technology becomes an increasing part of our lives, Town of Cary staff are discussing how Cary can become an inter-connected “smart city” and what that would mean for the town’s future.
Cary is home to many immigrants from all parts of the world and one Girl Scout and daughter of immigrants has written a book about the experiences of people who come to the United States from other countries, earning herself an award in the process.
With the new Downtown Park and the renovated Academy Street bringing more people to Downtown Cary, the town is holding a dedication and celebration at the end of June.
Last night’s Cary Town Council meeting went on into the late hours of the night, with two controversial Public Hearings, feedback on the budget, a lot of comments at Public Speaks Out and more.
You do not need to look far to find local beer brewing in North Carolina, or wine for that matter. But one Cary businessman, together with two other entrepreneurs from around the Triangle, are looking to add vodka to the list of North Carolina originals.
A project that was first envisioned nearly 10 years ago, the Town of Cary is holding a public information meeting to share details on the coming extension to the High House Road and Cary Parkway intersection.