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.
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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.
Our town is home to many creative minds, from entrepreneurs to artists. Among those artists is filmmaker Karim Shyllon, who used the stories of friends and family to put together a new movie, shot mostly in Cary using local talents.
Across Cary and the Research Triangle, there are many different Mediterranean restaurants reflecting a variety of countries and cultures. So to stand out, Cary’s new Nile Café and Bakery is working to be different and offer Egyptian food customers cannot find around town.
The last Cary Town Council meeting of October saw several issues of construction and development bring out community members to voice their opinions and took Town Council into the long hours of the night to discuss.
People who like going to the movies may joke and say they could watch movies all day long. With the upcoming Sick Chick Flicks Film Festival, they will get that chance with 12 straight hours of short films all playing at the Cary Theater.