Cary, NC – The Triangle area has long had a reputation for the arts and ones of its residents has been selected by one of the most famous ballerinas in the world to be a trainee at the Washington Ballet.
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Cary, NC – Nowadays, if you only wanted to drink beer made in North Carolina, you could go for months with a different brand and brew every day and never repeat. One local documentary sets out to see just how North Carolina brewing has transformed the state.
Cary, NC – After changes were made to the proposed Amberly Village shopping center in West Cary, the vote to rezone the area for development is set to go before Town Council.
Cary, NC – In another sign of the maturation of the Cary music scene, the Hob Nob Jazz series returns to the Crescent at Booth Amphitheatre tonight for the start of a 4-week run.
Morrisville, NC – Community leaders faced rain and thunder to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Morrisville’s new apartments, District Lofts, noting how the Park West development marks something unique in the town.
Cary, NC – The Triangle is known for its booming tech sector and one Cary resident is adding to the mix with a new digital marketing company.
Cary, NC – As part of the yearly Congress of Future Medical Leaders, honor students are sent to represent their state. This year, one of North Carolina’s representatives is a student from Cary.
Cary, NC – Spring Daze 2016 is set for this Saturday in Bond Park, but you can party from Thursday to Sunday with more than two dozen events on the CaryCitizen Calendar.
Cary, NC – Crossroads Flex, Cary’s newest high school, will start teaching students for the first time this Autumn. But as its name suggests, the school will give students the opportunity to learn outside of traditional hours.
Cary, NC – Why is the construction on Academy Street taking so long? One of the reasons is the discovery of massive electrical lines buried far too close to the surface.