Chinese Lantern Festival Exceeds 100,000 Visitors, Sets New Record

Cary, NC – In just its fourth year, the North Carolina Chinese Lantern Festival in Cary has surpassed 100,000 visitors in one run, setting a new attendance record. Read more

Dog

Dog Care Business with Psychological Care Expanding to Cary

Cary, NC – For working families, finding time to care for a pet dog during the day can be difficult. A dog care business is opening its first North Carolina location in Cary to address these concerns, with a focus on understanding a dog’s psychological needs. Read more

Downtown Cary

Cary Ranks in Top Five for Labor Force in North Carolina

Cary, NC – Cary has a significantly lower unemployment rate than the rest of North Carolina, and the country in general. According to a new study looking at census data, Cary also has one of the highest percentages of people in the labor force with a job or looking for a job, at nearly 69 percent. Read more

The History and Future of the Williams House

Cary, NC – If you have been through Downtown Cary, you likely saw how the historic Williams House has moved down E Chatham Street. Learn about the house’s history, its connection to radio in the Triangle and what will become of the house in its new location. Read more

Cary Arts Center

Weekend Events: MLK Dreamfest, Symphony Spotlight and More

Cary, NC – All this weekend is Cary’s annual celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. with panel discussions on his legacy, documentaries about civil rights history. Also this weekend there is live stand-up comedy at Parkside Town Commons and classical music at the Page-Walker Center. Read more

Cary Hemp

Hemp Boutique Gives Cary New Option for Anxiety, Pain Treatment

Cary, NC – Now open in Downtown Cary, the Hemp Boutique of Cary has a wide array of hemp and CBD products and wants to introduce anyone interested to how they can help with mental and physical health. Read more

Wake County Board of Education

Education: Bill Fletcher January 2019 Newsletter

Wake County, NC – Thoughts for January 2019 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education.

You Voted YES to pay LESS!

That is the choice voters made by passing the Wake School Bond issue. Voters authorized the use of General Obligation bonds for school construction which is the most cost-effective way to borrow money for construction. Voter approval will save all Wake taxpayers significant interest on capital debt.

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Snow

Snow in Cary This Weekend Unlikely

Cary, NC – With temperatures dropping and high winds blowing, there is talk of snow in Cary this weekend as rain comes. Well, good news or bad news depending on who you are, but weather forecasts make snow in Cary look unlikely. Read more

Dreamfest

Cary Dreamfest Connects Civil Rights Movement to Present Day

Cary, NC – For almost 30 years, the Town of Cary has celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. But as the event returns for 2019, it has grown from remembering King and the Civil Rights movement to reflecting on its impact on the present day and how these topics are still relevant. Read more

Cary Noodles

Guide to Noodles in Cary

Story originally appeared on FoodCary.

Cary, NC – Noodles! It’s the time of year when few things sound as satiating and reassuring as a steamy bowl of noodles bathed in fragrant, salty brine. Whether your flavor-mood is Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese or Szechuan, Cary has you covered. Read on to see how Cary gets its Noodle on. Read more