This September, there was news of new businesses opening across the area, from the long-awaited G.58 in Morrisville to the new Cary Family Dental office in Cary.
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October means horror films at the Cary Theater, with the Zombiepalooza festival, classic horror movies and more, including documentaries, live shows and more.
Another in a long line of studies giving Cary accolades, Money Magazine ranked Cary fifth nationwide for best places to live, citing size, household income and education.
This weekend is very busy in and around Cary, with the Final Friday Cary Art Loop, a variety of short films at the Sick Chick Flicks Film Festival, Morrisville’s East Meets West Festival and two big festivals this weekend in Raleigh and Durham. We’ve got it all here in Weekend Events.
Since 2011, Morrisville’s East Meets West Festival has given various cultures that call the local area home a chance to share their food, music, crafts and more. This year, the event returns and with a new location.
Cary avoided the worst of last week’s Hurricane Florence but other towns and cities along the North Carolina coast were not so lucky. Here are some organizations working to help people affected by the storm, and ways you can help them.
With Hurricane Florence passed, there are many big events in Cary this weekend, including the annual Dragon Boat Festival, this month’s Cedar Street Grooves, exclusive screenings at the Cary Theater and more.
In a new study, Cary ranks as one of the top 10 safest towns in all of North Carolina, while also standing out as the most populous of the safe towns or cities by far.
Cary and central North Carolina avoided the worst of Hurricane Florence. While more rain is forecast for the start of this week, the storm has passed and residents can now take stock of the town and their homes after this historic hurricane.
Normally we use Wednesday to let our readers in on what events may catch your attentions in and around town. But this weekend is different as Hurricane Florence is hitting the East Coast and, as you can imagine, most if not all events in Cary, Morrisville and the Triangle at large have been canceled.