Great Harvest Bread Co. is well known to Caryites for their bread made from scratch with milled grain. Now, Great Harvest Bread has expanding their store with a new café to sell sandwiches, salads and more.
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Downtown Cary saw visitors from all around central North Carolina as U.S. Representative David Price (D-NC) held his fourth town hall of the year.
For Cary’s annual African-American Celebration, people gathered to recognize the life and legacy of North Carolina journalist Cash Michaels. And to go with the two-day celebration, a panel of experts discussed the changing state of journalism in the United States today.
The Cary development getting the most buzz lately is Cary Towne Center with talk in the air of IKEA opening their first store in Wake County. To give residents an idea of what would change, the Town of Cary hosted a rezoning meeting for people to ask questions and learn more.
Morrisville is bringing in a big mix of groups and cultures for a fundraiser this Saturday, all for a fundraiser started when its creator was in high school.
Cary now has a new destination for beer as Jordan Lake Brewing Company opens in Downtown Cary, testing the waters with limited hours.
If you’re familiar with the ABC Store on NW Cary Parkway, you may be aware it is closing down. But if you were counting on it for your gin and tonics, don’t worry. It is moving down the road to a spot almost twice as big.
Triangle Table Tennis in Morrisville will be busy as the venue hosts major events in the end of March for both national and international players.
The Ms. Tourism USA pageant finds women across the country to highlight their state and promote travel. And this year, North Carolina’s representative is a Cary resident who promotes health through dance.
Every year, Cary is the center of celebrating the African-American community as the Ujima Group, Inc. and the Town of Cary get together. And this year, the event will celebrate the career of reporter Cash Michaels and discuss the impact of journalism on society.