Often, if a student is underperforming in a classroom, a teacher may only have a vague sense of what their issues are. But one local business is offering free classes to teachers to identify various cognitive skills and offer training for solutions.
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Cary, NC – Amidst this year’s Olympics in Rio De Janeiro, the Olympic Committee announced the return of baseball and softball to the Summer Games. And that means Cary’s USA Baseball National Training Complex will be back in the national spotlight as players compete for the opportunity to represent America in 2020.
Everyone likes food that tastes good but learning how to make delicious meals can be tough if you aren’t looking to go into professional culinary school. But one Cary business has cooking classes specifically for “home chefs” to learn how to make food in a friendly environment.
At the latest regular meeting of the Cary Town Council, several issues saw concerned residents come out to voice their worries about proposed developments to their neighborhoods.
Everyone knows nature is beautiful but it takes special skill to capture that beauty and preserve it for others. That’s exactly what Cary resident Julia Gong did with her winning photograph in the 2016 Jamestown Audubon Nature Photography Contest.
More than 85 North Carolina counties have active railroad lines running through them. Yet, a lack of widespread information about rail safety and the laws surrounding railroad tracks leads to accidents and even fatalities every year.
For creative and adventurous chefs, incorporating ingredients and making dishes from different cultures is always fun and exciting but it also means having to go to many stores. But at Around the World Market, there are many countries and cultures represented, all in one location.
With the news that a patient who had contracted measles internationally was in Cary, the Wake County Human Services Division of Public Health has been trying to contact people who may have been exposed to the disease.
Going around Cary, you can see there are many buildings and roads named after significant figures. Many of these Caryites are buried at the Hillcrest Cemetery and the Friends of Page-Walker Hotel have the cemetery set up so anyone can go on a self-guided tour and learn about Cary history and the people who created the town as we know it now.
For shoppers in the Morrisville area who are looking for food from Southeast Asia, a good place to stop by for a great selection and even better customer service is Al-Kareem Grocery on Chapel Hill Road.