Music is an integral part of any culture or society but music education and children in music do not always get the attention they deserve. So a new nationwide event is set on raising the profile of music instruction with teachers in the area joining in.
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More resources are available for men to network than women. To build more opportunities, business women in the Triangle recently met in Cary to not only support young leaders but to make a connection with businesses in another continent.
There are only 35 days until the 2016 general election and even fewer if you’re planning on early voting. So to make their case to business owners and community members in Cary, the Cary Chamber of Commerce hosted Representatives and Senators, and their opponents, for the NC General Assembly to talk with citizens directly.
While all of the bus systems in the Triangle area are connected, many people are unaware and do not know about transfers between nearby cities. But a new area-wide effort is changing the names of buses to be more clear, including those in Cary.
Riding in an ambulance, as a patient or especially for the child of a patient, can be stressful. But a new initiative by the Cary EMS is putting tablet computers into ambulances to make the ride more comforting.
Green Hope High School is one of the top schools when it comes to athletics and arts but not all students get to interact with one another and learn about the others’ skills. With the school’s first annual Fall Festival, different student groups will show their hard work and see what one another can do.
Few people can hear the word “surrey” and not think of it with a fringe on top. That’s thanks to the famous musical “Oklahoma!” which will come to us live thanks to the Cary Players.
While Cary is currently experiencing a business boom, you can still see remnants of closed industries around town, even near downtown. But one of those old buildings is getting new life as it will be home to Cary’s third brewery.
As Morrisville and Wake County grow, new successes produce their own problems and the yearly “State of Morrisville” meeting addressed both sides of the town’s growth, focusing on how a booming population means a greater need for schools and public transportation.
It’s no secret to local residents that Cary is a fast-growing town. And for good reason – a new study shows Cary as one of the top 20 cities and towns in the country for tech start-ups to locate.