Sunday’s Downtown Food and Flea will heat up as the second annual Triangle Chili Challenge brings out some of the best chefs in the area to try and make the best chili they can. And you get to try some.
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With 20 years of history now to its name, Cary Academy is looking back on its time in the community while also planning for the future with their vision for education.
While Cary was not hit as badly as other parts of the state, Hurricane Matthew took a toll on the town. So a month after the large storm, how has Cary reacted?
Earlier this year, Cary lost one of its longtime artists, Ella Tracey Williams. To honor her work and give back to the community, her family has organized an auction of her artwork at the Village Art Circle.
It’s hard to go anywhere in Cary where you won’t see families. And a recent study from WalletHub may explain why, with Cary ranking third as the best place to raise a family in North Carolina.
A plan that has been talked about for more than a decade, the Town of Morrisville held its groundbreaking ceremony to talk about extending McCrimmon Parkway.
Simply Cakes is best known for their wedding cakes but they have impressed plenty of shoppers with their cupcakes. And word has spread because earlier this month they were named “Best Cupcakes in North Carolina” by The Daily Meal.
As the Winter weather comes in, many of us start to think about heating, electricity and all of the bills that come with it. But one local resident has designed and built a house with optimal solar efficiency in mind. And best of all, he gets to live in it.
As the weather starts to turn crisp, it’s a sign that the holidays are coming soon. And with the holidays come two Cary traditions with the Gifting Tree Project and the Gingerbread House Competition.
Most of the attention this election season has been on the Senate, the Governor’s mansion and the White House but there is one issue on the ballot that relates directly to Wake residents. At the polls, voters will get to make a decision on the county’s funding source for an expansion of mass transit.