The Corwith Cramer, one of the most sophisticated
research equipped vessel under sail in the United States.

College Classes on the Sargasso Sea

Cary, NC – When most students participate in study abroad, they will get questions back home about what country they visited and what sights they saw. Those questions may prove difficult for one Cary resident who spent four weeks studying aboard a ship in international waters. Read more


Another Broken Egg Café Adds Cary Location

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Cary, NC – With surrounding locations already in Raleigh and Morrisville, Another Broken Egg Café is now opening its fast-growing breakfast restaurant in West Cary. Read more

5-25-16 events

Weekend Events: Art Loop, Memorial Day and More

Cary, NC – It’s the last weekend before the Summer and there are lots of exciting events going on around Cary to ease you into the long weekend. Read more


Cary Business Lets You Smell Like No One Else

Cary, NC – More than a wide smile or a firm handshake, what creates a first impression is your smell. And at Cary’s Escentuelle, customers can take command over their scent by creating a customized, unique perfume. Read more

Coffees and teas from around the world at A&S Harmony International Market.

Specialty Food: A&S International Market

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Cary, NC – While the accessibility of the Internet and social media has led to an increased focus on “eating local,” it has also allowed many to see what kinds of foods and flavors exist globally. And for anyone curious to try out foods they have only heard of, the A&S Harmony International Market in Cary is here to help. Read more


Cary Seniors Win Big at County Games

Cary, NC – At most sporting events, parents and grandparents cheer on their children. But the roles were reversed when members of Cary’s SearStone Retirement Community competed in the Wake County Senior Games. Read more


Local Childhood Cancer Survivor Speaks Before Congress

Cary, NC – Most people never get the chance to speak before Congress, but for seven-year-old Cary resident Scott Lenfestey, this was his second time giving a speech at our nation’s capital to push for more funding for childhood cancer. Read more


Education: $300 Million in New School Construction

Wake County, NC — Thoughts for May 2016 from Bill Fletcher, Member Wake County Board of Education. Read more


Academy/Chatham Intersection Starts Closing at Night

Cary, NC – Downtown Cary’s extensive project to repair and improve Academy Street is moving into the final stretch but this means new closures and detours starting this week. Read more

Art for the farmer selfie stand, where attendees can have their photos taken.

Fest in the West Moved To Sunday

Cary, NC – Due to the weather forecast for this Saturday, May 21, 2016 and for the safety of our performers, vendors, attendees and staff, we have moved Fest in the West to our rain date.

Fest in the West will now be on Sunday, May 22, 2016. It will still be from noon to 6 PM at Parkside Town Commons.

And you can read all about Fest in the West to get excited for the big day.

Fest in the West is this Sunday, at Parkside Town Commons from noon- 6:00pm.

Fest in the West is this Sunday, at Parkside Town Commons from noon- 6:00pm.