Cary, NC – Cary Town Council will be considering approval for a Larry’s Beans in the Historic Jones-Foy House at the next regular council meeting scheduled for July 26. Read more
Story from Community Contributor Doc Thorne.
Cary, NC – Make plans to attend the Heart of Cary Association’s “What’s Up? Downtown!” networking and membership event at Dorry’s Downtown (211 E. Chatham Street) this Thursday night.
What’s Up Downtown – June 28
The good time begins at 5.30PM and everyone is invited. As always there will be great food, live music, some pretty nice door prizes and, of course, loads of fellowship and fun! So spread the word and come. Better yet, why not bring along your family, friends and associates to meet and mingle, too? It’s a great way to get into your weekend mood one day early!
Our generous sponsors for this event are Westbrook & Associates, CaryCitizen, and Taylor Family Investments. They wouldn’t miss it for the world, neither should you!
What’s Up Downtown
Presented by Heart of Cary Association
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Starts at 5:30 PM
211 E. Chatham Street
Cary, NC – Last night, the Heart of Cary Association (HoCA) elected a new board and officers. Read more
Story and photos by Lindsey Chester.
Cary, NC – If you woke up early last Saturday, you might have witnessed a house driving down Kildaire Farm Road to its new location on East Cornwall. Read more
Cary, NC- When your kids have a passion, you will do anything to help. Kate Cook’s children, Grace and Stuart, want to help orphans in faraway India through a program called Global Hope. Kate is hosting a juried art exhibit to raise the needed funds. Read more
Cary, NC – Green Kangaroo is an e-commerce custom stationer with a store front in a new Downtown Cary location. Unlike other businesses in our local market, they don’t rely on foot traffic to do business. When they opened in March, I was curious to learn what resided behind the frosted windows down the street from our CaryCitizen office. Read more
Cary, NC – Nine year-old Connor Bernstein had always liked science. After years of buying frustrating or incomplete science kits with his allowance, he decided to create his own. The seeds for Kits For Kids were planted. Meet Connor and hear his impressive story at Cary Innovation Center on Wednesday, May 16.