First United Methodist Church

First United Methodist Church Expanding and Renovating Downtown

Cary, NC – Downtown Cary’s First United Methodist Church has history stretching back to the 1870s and has undergone many changes since then. Now, the church is undergoing another change as one of its buildings is being renovated and a new Youth and Community Center is being constructed. Read more

Cary Downtown Park

Weekend Events: Cary Live, North Carolina FC and More

Cary, NC – This weekend, there are two big concerts in Downtown Cary, a home game by North Carolina FC, plus several shows and more.

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Cotton House

Cotton House Brings Beer and History to Downtown Cary

Story originally appeared on FoodCary.

Cary, NC – Cotton House Craft Brewers is opening this year along Academy Street in Downtown Cary, with a focus both on Cary’s past while also looking to the future with beer made from new, experimental hops. Read more


Preventing and Avoiding Rabies This Season

Cary, NC – Cary had its first reported case of rabies this week. As a disease most people don’t think about regularly, here are some important pointers on avoiding rabies for you and your pets. Read more

Morrisville Education

Morrisville Gets NC’s First Best in Class Education Center

Morrisville, NC – Parents want their children to pursue education and now local parents have a new option as Morrisville is home to North Carolina’s first Best in Class Education Center, which looks to give students personalized help from early years to college preparation. Read more


Weekend Events: Tom Petty, Live Comedy and More

Cary, NC – This weekend has a lot of fun events, from the North Carolina Symphony performing the music of Tom Petty at Koka Booth Amphitheatre to live music and comedy at the Cary Theater and more.

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Cary History

Cary’s Heritage: Cary General Stores

Cary, NC – Cary may never have had a Mast General Store, but there were several mom and pop stores that operated for years in or near downtown. Read more

Wake County Board of Education

Education: Bill Fletcher 2018 July Newsletter

Wake County, NC – Thoughts for July 2018 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education.

Has the Legislature Enacted a Statewide Property Tax and Didn’t Tell Us?

While legislative leaders hold press conferences extolling teacher raises, their back room decisions amount to an illegal statewide property tax that claims more than one billion dollars from North Carolina’s property taxpayers.

This year more than eight cents of Wake’s property tax rate has been “stolen” by the state legislature to pay for state-required costs. That’s $120 million dollars that could have been used for counselors, nurses, social workers or technology support in our schools.

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Downtown Cary

Weekend Events: NC Symphony, North Carolina FC and More

Cary, NC – Beat the heat this weekend with fun events in Cary, including a performance by the North Carolina Symphony, a North Carolina FC home game and more. Read more

Independence Day 2018 Celebrations In and Around Cary

Cary, NC – With Independence Day next week, start planning for the holiday with our guide to July 4 events around town and the Triangle. Read more