State of Morrisville Looks at Problems Associated with Fast Growth

Cary, NC – Wake County now has more than one million people living here, and while that means economic opportunities, it also presents many challenges for limited land and resources. This year’s State of Morrisville discussion centered on town and county officials talking about these challenges and potential solutions. Read more

New Funding Accelerates Morrisville Transportation Projects

Morrisville, NC – From working on Morrisville-Carpenter Road to widening NC-54 to a series of changes to McCrimmon Parkway, there is a lot of roadwork planned for Morrisville and increased funding from the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) will see those expanded and accelerated. Read more

Locomotive Christened “Town of Cary”

Raleigh, NC – The Town of Cary is going places – namely, back and forth between Charlotte and Raleigh. That’s because NC DOT locomotive number 1871 has been christened “Town of Cary” and will be put into service on that Amtrak route in the near future. Read more

Fundraising Bike Ride Planned for Lori Cove

Cary, NC – To support Lori Cove a year after her severe hit-and-run accident, the Tour de Cove, a fundraising bike ride and all-day celebration has been planned to help with medical costs.

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Op-Ed: Move Over Cars, Pedestrians Need to Take Back Cary’s Streets

Sarah Wotus, a Cary resident and current student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill majoring in Biostatistics with special interests in Environmental Studies and City Planning, contributed to this op-ed.

Cary, NC – Downtown Cary is revitalizing. By including a variety of stores, entertainment, and living options in the area, it is becoming the community center every town needs. Seeing the popularity of the Downtown Park, city planners are ecstatic for the future. Planners have one part of the design completely wrong though – cars. Cary needs to embrace a future where its residents are not attached to the vehicles currently in their driveways, and there is no better time than now. Read more

Latest Downtown Talk Looks at New Offices, Housing and Possible Train Station

Cary, NC – Cary is growing fast and that growth can be clearly seen in its downtown. To give residents another update and to respond to questions, Downtown Development Manager Ted Boyd outlined what is new and what is on the horizon in Downtown Cary. Read more

A Guide to the GoCary System

Cary, NC – With the expansion of the Triangle’s bus system and the rebranding of C-Tran to GoCary, there is more of a push and advertising for Cary residents to take the local bus system. So if you have never tried and are interested in giving it a shot, here is a handy guide to riding GoCary. Read more

Cary Ranks Among Top 10 Cities to Safely Raise Children

Cary, NC – The reputation of Cary as a safe city is well-known, with the town twice ranking as the safest in the country according to the FBI’s reports. And a new study shows Cary is one of the safest places for families to raise a child. Read more

GoCary Wins Two State Safety Awards

Cary, NC – If you have ridden GoCary recently or are planning a commute via GoCary, you may be interested to know the bus service took home two safety awards at a recent state conference. Read more