Cary, NC – Since 2015, Spring has meant the return of a new Cary tradition with Live at Lunch providing free live music downtown every Thursday. Read more
Cary, NC – This edition of Business Bits is a lot busier than usual with many new stores either opening or announcing this month. Read more
Cary, NC – The vacuum of space presents new challenges for astronauts and that requires new technology. And one Cary student has helped this effort by designing a surgical tray for use on the International Space Station. Read more
Cary, NC – After passing in November’s election, Wake County’s new transit plan is set to take effect this Summer. And everyone from Cary residents to passengers getting off the GoCary line had a chance to hear about upcoming changes and talk with local transit employees to learn more. Read more
Cary, NC – The stretch of Waldo Rood Boulevard from Cary Parkway to MacArthur Drive is closed after a water main broke morning on Monday, March 27, 2017. Read more
Editor’s Note: Briant Sikorski from Stratos Wealth Partners in Cary contributed this article.
Cary, NC – Your credit score is a rating that lenders can use to gauge how likely you may be to repay debts on time. A typical credit score will range between 300 points and 850 points. Generally speaking, higher scores are presumed to represent lower risks – the more attractive your score might be to a lender, the better the deals you may be offered. In other words, you can improve your position in the borrowing process by taking steps to boost your score. Read more
Cary, NC – For artists, finding places to promote their work or hone their craft can be difficult. But one Cary resident has started a center for local musicians, painters and other artists to reach their next level. Read more
Editor’s Note: David Glenn, Science and Operations Officer with NC CoCoRaHS, contributed to this article.
Cary, NC – Do you ever wonder how much rainfall you received from a recent thunderstorm? How about snowfall during a winter storm? If so, an important volunteer weather observing program needs your help! The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network, or CoCoRaHS, is looking for new volunteers across North Carolina. The grassroots effort is part of a growing national network of home-based and amateur rain spotters with a goal of providing a high density precipitation network that will supplement existing observations. Read more