When Morrisville Town Council member Vicki Scroggins-Johnson won her primary earlier this year, she believed the Wake County district she was running for would still exist come November. But now a recent federal court ruling has put this race in limbo.
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On the cusp of Cary’s 2040 Community Plan going to Town Council, Cary residents got the opportunity to learn about the proposed plans and changes for the town and, more importantly, let the town know what they think about it.
For professional chefs and casual cooks who love to eat fresh, local produce, Porter Farms has been a go-to destination for decades just outside the boundaries of Cary.
With school restarting in little more than a month, the Cary High School marching band is beginning band camp to train and practice for the new season. But on top of the band getting ready for football games, they also have to be ready to perform in this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade in New York City.
For the past 10 years, diners in the Triangle have known the restaurants of the 18 Restaurant Group. Now, the local area gets a taste as chef and owner Jason Smith opens his Cantina 18 in Park West Village.
In the coming months, the Town of Cary is preparing to present Town Council with its Community Plan for 2040. To make sure that plan is as detailed as possible, there will be open house events in the next weeks for the public to learn and give feedback.
The Monday, July 25, 2016 Cary Town Council meeting saw intense discussion of several items, including rezoning for a possible residential gas station, a new neighborhood near the WakeMed Soccer Park and the removal of a buffer zone around Jordan Lake.
Cary, NC – Throughout Cary’s history, the changes and developments in the town can often be linked to the mayor that presided over them. In this story on town history, we’ll look at one mayor who worked to modernize Cary, Mayor H. Waldo Rood.
Cary, NC – On the hottest week of the year, one Cary resident has been sitting out day and night to get people to sign up for an event he hopes will create unity between town residents of all backgrounds.
Cary is full of great restaurants and many of us likely have our favorites we go to over and over again. But if you are looking from a break in repetition and you aren’t familiar with Ethiopian or Eritrean food, then Awazé is an excellent dining destination.