Cary has established itself as a home for top-level athletics, from the USA Baseball complex to the Triangle Aquatic Center. And this week, that trend will continue as high ranking tennis pros will compete at the Cary Tennis Park in a championship tournament.
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In a time when many local stores are being overshadowed by nationwide chains, one family-run Cary business has not only stayed strong for nearly two decades but it is actually growing across Wake County, with a new location opening just this year.
For cats and dogs waiting for adoption in animals shelters, it can be hard adjusting to life in a cramped environment or meeting new people. But a new project by Cary seniors is providing these animals with toys to keep them active and appealing to potential new families.
Diamante has been working to preserve and promote the Latino and Hispanic population of North Carolina for more than 20 years. Part of its promotion is through a yearly awards ceremony but this year, it’s changing some things.
If you are cooking for your family and friends and they all have different dietary needs, it can be hard to find everything you need in one place. But at Morrisville’s Apna Bazar, the vast diversity in ingredients means there is something for everyone right in store.
For many people, work can be monotonous or frustrating and it can be easy to fall into a rut. But one Cary author has researched causes and cures and will be sharing her advice at a public event this week.
Cary is home to a diverse array of baked goods, from French breads to German cakes to Mediterranean baklava. And included in that are many different kinds of bread made in the Mexican and Central American style at Panaderia Guadalajara.
Downtown Cary has been on the cusp of big changes for a few years now and lots of people want more information. So to help, Cary’s downtown development manager Ted Boyd held an open meeting to inform residents in one of his signature Ted Talks.
The Cary Town Council had a stacked agenda at their last regular session, with not only several discussion items but a robust greeting from one of our Sister Cities and a send-off for one of Cary’s longest serving employees.
The Cary area is filled with students working to become better and better in not just ballet but a variety of styles. And last year, the Cary Ballet Conservatory worked to focus that effort with a Professional Training Program, which returns this September.