Little Gym is Serious Fun

Story and photos by Lindsey Chester.

Cary, NC – We hear the stats every day: obesity is an epidemic among the youth of our nation. Annie Andruchowitz, owner of the Little Gym of Cary, has a plan in place to get kids active in a fun and engaging environment. Read more

36th Annual Lazy Daze Festival in Cary This Weekend

Story by Lindsey Chester. File photo by CaryCitizen.

Cary, NC – Last year, a hurricane forced the Town of Cary to cancel Lazy Daze for the first time in its 35 year history. This weekend, Lazy Daze returns to Downtown Cary. Get all the details about Cary’s biggest festival right here.

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Money Matters: The True Story on Annuities

Story by “Coach Pete” D’Arruda president of Capital Financial Planning and host of Financial Safari Radio broadcast from Cary, NC. Photo by Glenn Stevens.

Cary, NC- Let’s face it: Market volatility is here to stay. We’re still recovering from the recession, and every day the market seems more and more unpredictable. This type of environment makes retirement planning quite difficult. Here are some thoughts on the issue of annuities. Read more

Lori Bush: Tech Task Force

From the blog of Lori Bush, Cary Town Council At-Large member.

Cary, NC – I promise, there WILL be a time when I DON’T blog about technology. (Ok, maybe that isn’t a promise I can keep.)

Our very own Cary “Geek Squad” aka the “Technology Task Force” met Wednesday for the first time at Town Hall. I was impressed with the breadth and depth of their experience, their passion for making Cary a better place, and their willingness to take valuable time out of their lives to help in this important endeavor. Read more

Outdoor Sculpture Installation Downtown

Story by Lindsey Chester. Photos by Lindsey Chester and Hal Goodtree.

Cary, N.C. – Friday morning, under a threatening sky, 12 sculptures made their temporary homes along Academy Street in Downtown Cary. From about 9:30 through the afternoon, the artists and a town crew along with volunteers from Cary Visual Art helped secure each piece of art, as part of the annual juried show known as the Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition. The sculptures will call Cary their home through June of 2013. Read more

CIC Graduates First Client: Lawyer Kara Hand

Story and photo by Hal Goodtree, first published on Cary Innovation Center.

Cary, NC – Cary Innovation Center, only open since March, has graduated its first entrepreneurial client: lawyer Kara Hand. Read more

Downtown Update: German Bakery

Cary, NC- Rumors abound about what is happening in Downtown Cary, and this past Thursday, August 2, Meredith Chandler gave The Heart of Cary Association (HoCA) members some great insight into what really is happening and some ideas that are just that, ideas. Read more

Pictures: Cross Currents Festival Week 1

Photos by Brooke Meyer.

Cary, NC – The Cary Cross Currents Festival is in full swing. Brooke Meyer captured some of the highlights of the first week for CaryCitizen. Read more

Tax Free Weekend is Here

Story by Lindsey Chester. Photo by Hal Goodtree.

Cary, NC – This coming weekend consumers get a little break with North Carolina’s Tax Free Holiday. We have a daughter heading off to college, and have been waiting to purchase a few big items until now. Read more

Carlotta Ungaro Named to Chamber Association Board

Morrisville, N.C. – The Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (CACCE) recently announced the new 2013 Board of Directors. Carlotta Ungaro, President of the Morrisville Chamber of Commerce, was selected as a representative on the CACCE Board. Read more