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.
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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.
Since last summer, Waverly Place has been under construction during a major renovation of the iconic Cary shopping center. This Wednesday, August 17, 2011, the public is invited to see the new Waverly Place at “Preview the Promenade.”
Taste of the Triangle is set to return to Wake Med Soccer Park on Wednesday August 17, 2011.
Good news: Wake Tech is offering 30-minutes with a small business lawyer, one-on-one, next Thursday at the Cary campus. Best of all, it’s free.
This weekend, the Calendar spans the far ends of the cultural universe with Shakespeare’s As You Like It at the Cary Arts Center and the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival at Booth Amphitheatre. Only in Cary.
The Carolina RailHawks earned their league-leading 14th victory Saturday night after defeating Atlanta 1-0 in a match that was abandoned due to rain in the 50th minute at WakeMed Soccer Park.