Cary’s Town Council worked into the late hours of the night as several big issues went before them, from the Cary Community Plan to the Eastern Gateway to the proposed homes next to Green Hope High School.
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Next to familiar smells and tastes from homemade food, music brings out the most powerful memories from our childhood. And at Waltonwood Cary Parkway, they are using music therapy as a way to brighten their residents’ days.
One of North Carolina’s best resources is its natural beauty, with forests and rivers and mountains stretching from the outer banks to the Great Smokey Mountains. And one Cary businessman has been donating pieces of the state’s landscape to make sure their beauty is preserved, including a recent donation of 7,000 acres.
Military members go through different experiences but one stressful process that affects all veterans is the transition back home. A new nationwide non-profit is working to ease that transition through exercise and one Cary gym is helping out.
Long stays in a hospital can be difficult, especially for children and their families. So one local Girl Scout volunteered her time and organized others to help ease their stay, earning the Girl Scout’s top award in the process.
One of Cary’s most distinctive locations is Koka Booth Amphitheater. And if you visited the venue in the past year, you may have been a part of their first budget surplus since opening in 2001.
Sunday’s Downtown Food and Flea will heat up as the second annual Triangle Chili Challenge brings out some of the best chefs in the area to try and make the best chili they can. And you get to try some.
With 20 years of history now to its name, Cary Academy is looking back on its time in the community while also planning for the future with their vision for education.
While Cary was not hit as badly as other parts of the state, Hurricane Matthew took a toll on the town. So a month after the large storm, how has Cary reacted?
Earlier this year, Cary lost one of its longtime artists, Ella Tracey Williams. To honor her work and give back to the community, her family has organized an auction of her artwork at the Village Art Circle.