Who can resist a Fourth of July parade or a watermelon eating contest? It was a good time at Bond Park on Independence Day and we’ve got the pictures to prove it.
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The Carolina RailHawks defeated Atlanta 2-1 in a wild game on Tuesday, July 3rd that saw two delays due to lightning at Wake Med Soccer Park in Cary.
Hot enough for you? If not, you’ll enjoy the next five days with record setting heat in excess of 100 degrees.
Support the arts in Cary at the Cross Currents Fun Run, Saturday July 7 in beautiful Bond Park.
Last month, Associated Estates Realty Corporation (AERC) of Ohio bought the Apartments at the Arboretum. Now, they are close to a deal to add the Park at Crossroads to their Cary portfolio.
Greeshma Somashekar from Cary, North Carolina, was selected to represent North Carolina as a delegate to the 2012 National Youth Science Camp® (NYSC). Somashekar, a recent graduate of North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, will join 119 other top high school graduates representing the United States as well as students from other countries at the prestigious four-week program, now in its 49th year.
Summer is officially here on the CaryCitizen CaryCitizen Calendar, with Cool John Ferguson, a RailHawks game, a special screening of Brave and much more this weekend.
Under the heading “Interesting and Eclectic Events in Cary,” there’s a car wash for tubas this weekend at Cary High School.
Last night, the Heart of Cary Association elected a new board and officers.
Always popular, Business After Hours will be rocking PNC Bank in Cary this Tuesday. Mark your calendars.