“Your vote counts.” That’s a phrase you don’t hear uttered with any seriousness in many countries of the world. Here’s a reminder and some information about Morrisville’s Election this coming Tuesday, November 8, 2011.
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The weekend after Halloween is usually a slow one on the Calendar, but not this year in Cary. There’s a free flu clinic by Cary EMS, a new play by FATE and a local crafts fair at the farmers market.
Representative Tom Murry (NC House District 41) recently received the highest rating of any freshman representative by the North Carolina Free Enterprise Foundation (NCFEF).
Want to get a massive amount of local networking done in one day? Don’t miss the Cary Chamber Business Expo at Prestonwood on Wednesday, November 2, 2011.
Cary weekends are always amazing. This last weekend in October, the CaryCitizen Calendar of Events fairly howls with amazing.
Photographer Tom Mousseau was on the sidelines for CaryCitizen at Sunday’s NFL contest between the Carolina Panthers and the Washington Redskins. As reported Sunday night in Matt Young’s column, the Panthers rolled over the ‘Skins 33-20 at home. Tom filed these pictures from the game.
Food Friday continues. Today’s cocktail recipe for a Pumpkin Pie Martini caught our attention, both for its seasonal flair and its creativity.
Suzie Wolf, a longtime contributing photographer for CaryCitizen, has partnered with the PMDA, USO, and Soldiers’ Angels to offer free photography for the families of deployed soldiers.
Good fun, good food and good for you too. This Saturday, Whole Foods Market at Waverly Place in Cary will be having its annual Harvest Festival.
Cary, NC – CaryCitizen Contributing Photographer Brooke Meyer took a trip to the NC State Fair. He brought his camera.