The Town of Cary is currently looking into giving the White Plains cemetery a historic landmark status. That makes this a good time to talk about the man behind that family cemetery who is also buried there, Nathaniel Jones of White Plains.
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Every year a limited number of high school students earn scholarships to go and pursue higher education and one of those hard-workers is Angela Duncan from Panther Creek High School.
With the record for most Gold Medals at a single Olympics Games going to a swimmer, swimming gets a lot of attention every four years at the Summer Games. And this year, one local athlete who trained at the Cary YMCA made it to the Olympic trials to show the world what she’s got.
Classic characters such as Cinderella and the Little Mermaid are universally recognizable and most children are familiar with them before they can speak full sentences. But in a production by the Triangle’s Actors Comedy Lab, performers will take these well-known women and present them for a 2016 audience.
La Farm Bakery has been in Cary for almost two decades but the popular source of French and European bread in the Triangle announced it will open a second location to start operation by the end of the year.
When Cary chef Ryan Summers and his team entered the Got To Be NC Competition Dining Series, they had no expectations going in. Cut to a few weeks later and he has beaten all his opponents in the three rounds, making him one of the Raleigh regional champions as he moves onto the Battle of Champions.
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.
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.