Cary, NC – March at the Cary Theater includes more Oscar-nominated and Oscar-winning films, as well as locally produced short plays, musical concerts and more. Read more
Cary, NC – One of Cary’s planned Lidl grocery stores canceled last year following a candid interview by the company’s then-CEO, but construction is gearing up now on the town’s first of the German grocery chain. Read more
Cary, NC – February is the shortest month of the year so there are fewer new business announcements this week, including several new restaurants and a new brewery now open in Cary. Read more
Cary, NC – After gas prices significantly dipped at the end of 2018, Cary drivers saw prices climb back up recently due to crude oil costs and refinery maintenance in the past weeks. However, now with cold weather slowing demand nationwide, local motorists will have a temporary break in prices going up. Read more
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Cary, NC – Sure, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner (this Thursday btw) and your mind may already be on securing the perfect setting to treat your sweetheart to a memorable night. But should we really limit ourselves to one night a year when we have so many options right here in Cary?
Here are a few date night ideas for the next time you’re feeling romantic (or are in trouble and need to score some quick points). Read more
Cary, NC – February is American Heart Month, a time for Americans to focus on their cardiovascular well-being. As part of that effort, Orangetheory Fitness in West Cary is holding a special workout session to raise money for the American Heart Association. Read more
Cary, NC – Downtown Cary has been hopping with Town-funded projects and independent retailers for the last few years. CaryCitizen has written about many of these exciting new businesses including the development of Midtown Square, Bond Brothers, Pizzeria Faulisi, Crosstown Pub and more.
This column is going to update you with information about what is developing in the residential sector. Read more
Morrisville, NC – Last year, 16.4 million people visited Wake County, generating more than $2 billion in spending. Wake County is working on a strategic plan to boost those numbers to more than 20 million visitors by 2028. Read more