March has more business news, including new businesses opening in Parkside Town Commons, an opening date for the Maynard Crossing Harris Teeter, several new restaurants and more.
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There’s lots to do in Cary this weekend, with both the Waverly Wine Walk fundraiser and Final Friday Art Loop this Friday. Then on Saturday, there’s the Boots & Blues fundraiser and North Carolina FC play at home again. Find these and much more in Weekend Events.
In a big soccer double-header, both North Carolina FC and the North Carolina Courage won their games at WakeMed Soccer Park, getting the seasons started right for both teams.
Already bolstered by companies open in the town and in Research Triangle Park, Morrisville is getting a new major company as semiconductor manufacturer Marvell Technology Group Ltd. plans to open a new research center.
Wednesday, March 20 was the official start of Spring for the year. If you are a gardener, you will want to start planting flowers for the season. Here are some tips on what to plant and how to take care of your new flowers.
This weekend, there’s a huge soccer event with the NWSL champions the North Carolina Courage playing their first home game of the year combined with the first ever Friendship Cup as NCFC takes on a professional Mexican team. Also, take part in the 11th annual Nazim Hikmet Festival, see a whole show of short plays at the Cary Theater and much more.
As North Carolina’s population grows, and Wake County’s grows particularly fast, questions about affordable housing become more pertinent. A new study looks at affordable housing across North Carolina municipalities, with Cary dropping its position in recent years.
It’s St. Patrick’s Day this weekend so there are St. Patrick’s events across town all this weekend. There are also Spring celebrations, Arbor Day, several concerts and much more.
St. Patrick’s Day is coming up so celebrate Irish culture with events in and around Cary and Morrisville.
Cary has topped lists of safest towns and cities in North Carolina in the past but a new study finds Cary is not just the safest in the state but the safest municipality in the entire United States.