A life-long supporter of the YMCA, Sharpe served as a camp counselor when he was a teenager in South Carolina.
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The Cary Chamber Small Business Awards are dedicated to honoring local small businesses for contributions to the community through innovation, creativity, sustainability, success and community service.
Black bears have been reported as being sighted in Raleigh and Garner and now in Cary. It is unknown whether or not this is the same bear wandering the Triangle.
There’s no denying it: campaign season is revving up in Cary.
As is the case with many of Cary’s wonderful parks, R.S. “Dad” Dunham park is named in memory of an influential and inspirational member of our community.
Our recent story on the coverage of the Nancy Cooper Murder Trial provoked a lot of commentary. Here’s a note we received via email from Donna in West Park.
A total of six shows have been created in the temporary building. The upcoming show, “The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood,” will be the last show from this unassuming space.
After last week’s epic 61 weekend events, things have settled own a little in Cary. Slightly.
Story by Pete “Coach Pete” D’Arruda Over the last decade, many companies have phased out company-sponsored pensions in favor of plans that shift most of the savings burden onto employees. With pensions becoming a pipe dream of the past, it has become more important for people to realize the need to develop a firm, consistent and […]
The 2011 Summer Program Brochure has just been released by the Town of Cary. Of interest: programs for the new Cary Arts Center. Also new: Zumba, knife skills and Pet Ed.