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The concert season continues to take shape at Booth Amphitheatre in Cary with the addition of a show by supergroup ABBA on Saturday, August 11, 2012. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 30.
This Saturday, March 24 between 10am and 2pm residents can drop off these unwanted medicines at four locations.
all photos Brooke Meyer Cary, NC- The Miles For Matt 5K to fight cancer was held March 10 out at Wake Med Soccer Park. Almost 300 runners participated this year.
Booth Amphitheatre has announced that the B-52s wil headline the line-up for Band Together NC, a benefit on Saturday May 12.
Story from staff reports. Photo by Tony Unruh. Cary, NC- The Cary Lions Club will be offering free vision screening at Bond Park this Thursday, March 22, 2012.
Whether you like Pad Thai or sashimi, Thai Sushi and Spices has been serving up some of the finest Asian cuisine in Cary for four years. To celebrate, they’re offering a special coupon to readers of CaryCitizen.
Farmers Market Returns Downtown, Design Update on Downtown Movie Theater, RailHawks Beat MLS Whitecaps, Green Hope’s Chawick Named ESPN Coach of the Year, Sister Cities Summit and much more more.
The Carolina RailHawks beat their own old coach and sent the MLS Vancouver Whitecaps FC packing on Sunday afternoon in Cary
It’s not every day that a 6-year-old in Cary gets to see her drawings published in a major picture book — but then it’s not every 6-year-old whose uncle is a well-known children’s author and illustrator.