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.
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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.
Cary’s growth and success are well known to residents but the question is how does the town maintain and capitalize on it? Town Manager Sean Stegall took time to discuss this with business leaders in Cary, offering solutions and challenges.
Mental health often gets overlooked in the larger medical field and many parts of North Carolina have difficulty accessing necessary resources and experts. But a new program is working to directly connect people with experts, no matter where they are.
In high school football games, sometimes the two marching bands can be more competitive than the teams on the field. And Athens Drive Magnet High School has shown it can be very competitive, with its marching band setting a record for most wins in one season.
As construction along Academy Street has all but ended, Academy Street Bistro has also opened up after little more than a week. And now, it’s with a new owner, a new menu and new goals.
Christmas plays are a tradition for most community theaters and Cary is no different. And this year, the Cary Players are putting on a new production that blends their favorite elements of the holiday theater.
As the Internet becomes a larger part of our lives and technology evolves as a rapid pace, towns such as Cary work hard to make sure they can use current advances to best serve the public and improve efficiency. And for her work in keeping Cary on the curve, Nicole Raimundo was given one of the state’s top awards.
Food banks and food pantries are good resources for families but often the foods donated are not optimally nutritious. But one local Girl Scout has worked with food pantries and their donors to make sure healthier food is getting to the people of the Triangle.