There was barely any sitting room available in chambers as the public came out for the Cary Town Council meeting and very few of them were there for the budget adoption.
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For years, Cary residents have known Stonehaven Jewelry at its spot in Downtown Cary along Academy Street but the custom jeweler is now welcoming customers in a new location just around the corner.
Those of us who live in Cary know firsthand what a nice place it is to live. Now there is data to back up what residents feel as a new study ranks Cary as the 2nd most successful city in the country based on income and employment opportunities.
Cary has all sorts of stores and shops for a variety of tastes and needs and at the Olive Tree Market, customers can not only get custom cuts of fresh meat from the butcher shop but also buy from a wide selection of Mediterranean foods.
In the second of three stories about Cary’s favorite son, Walter Hines Page, we follow Page’s transformation from a young rabble-rouser from a large family in Cary to a force for reform and consternation statewide as he worked his way through the ranks of prestigious newspapers and magazines.
Cary, NC – Many of the decisions concerning Cary’s direction, whether in its development and zoning or cultural and historical preservation, comes from ordinary citizens volunteering to serve the town. This week, it’s the deadline for more Cary residents to sign up to possibly join these boards and committees.
Thursday, June 23, 2016 is Public Service Day and one Cary senior center is using that as an opportunity to thank first responders in the area with a free luncheon.
Cary, NC – The Cary Town Council heard public comments on the budget for the final time before voting for the next fiscal year, leading to a brief meeting on Thursday, June 16, 2016. Note: At-large Representative Lori Bush was not in attendance at this Thursday, June 16, 2016 meeting.
Too many times in school, children are not given enough exposure to the arts or have a hard time engaging with classroom lessons. But through the Arts Integration Institute, Wake County teachers are learning ways to combine the two to stimulate both hemispheres of a student’s brain.
Growing up in Cary, Owen Thomas has gone on to become an adjunct professor, a senior executive and part of civic groups across North Carolina. And now, Thomas is president of UNC-Pembroke’s Alumni Association Board of Directors.