This week, photographer Clint Slusser joins the Wide World of Cary Sports team with coverage of Panther Creek (1-1-0) triumphing over Sanderson, 50-0 on Friday night.
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I’ve brought in the plants, stocked up on food and filled the bathtubs with water in preparation for Hurricane Irene. Now here are some things you can do to be a good neighbor before, during and after the storm.
Plans are afoot to study a new system to aerate parts of Jordan Lake, saving money and boosting aquatic life.
In the latest computer models, Hurricane Irene, now a Category 3 storm, has tracked slightly to the east, lessening chances for a direct strike on North Carolina.
The sky is clear today and the air is bone-dry. But to the south, Hurricane Irene is strengthening with a trajectory that could hit the Carolinas.
The Choir is open to children from grades 3-6. The Chorale is for students in grades 7-9. No prior singing experience is necessary.
Sports action is picking up in Cary as the long summer fades into the fall.
This week, the Calendar is a little less crowded than usual, giving us all time to enjoy some of the simple pleasures of life in our small town.
The estate of the late Harold and Shirley Brenner of Cary contained something for Wake Tech – half a million dollars. It is Wake Tech’s largest gift ever.
It is easy to mistake Heater Park as an undeveloped lot of land in a quiet, downtown neighborhood. The long tract of lush landscape consumes but a mere 1.5 acres, yet has much to offer for town citizens.