Cary Police Deputize Young Resident At His Funeral

Cary, NC – This past Thursday, April 20, 2017, Cary Police deputized and attended the funeral of a West Cary boy who was drawn to the police. Read more

Cary Musician First Ever Musician-in-Residence at Historic Cemetery

Cary, NC – Oakwood Cemetery in Raleigh is home to a lot of North Carolina history and is looking for new ways to bring that history to the forefront. So to help, the cemetery has selected its first ever musician-in-residence and picked Cary musician Philip Sasser. Read more

Business Bits: Restaurants Opening and New Business Announcements

Cary, NC – This month, there are several new businesses that have opened in Cary, as well as others that have announced their arrival. Read more

Morrisville Breaks Ground on New, Connective Greenway

Morrisville, NC – There are dozens of miles of greenways that course through Wake County. And with the ground-breaking for a new greenway starting at Morrisville Community Park, the region is one step closer to one connected, walkable system. Read more

Weekend Events: Art Loop, Farmers’ Market and More

Cary, NC – It will be a busy weekend in Cary, with Art Loop, the Farmers’ Market, lots of live music and more. And best of all, no more rain.

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Cary High Representing North Carolina in National Restaurant Competition

Cary, NC – While customers enjoy the ease of eating at a restaurant, few think about the difficulty of running the business behind the scenes. For four Cary High School students, they have thought about this intensely, earning themselves a position in a nationwide competition.

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Fountain Serves as Downtown Park Attraction

Cary, NC – Cary’s new Downtown Park has been open more than a month now and its fountain has become a key component, both attracting visitors and raising money for a program to support Cary residents. Read more

Test Your Strength with Plane Pull Fundraiser

Morrisville, NC – People do all kinds of things to raise money for charities and events, from running marathons to getting their head shaved. But this weekend, you can take it to the extreme by pulling a passenger plane on a rope, all to benefit the Special Olympics of North Carolina. Read more

History for Breakfast: Carla Michaels and Jerry Miller

Cary, NC – There is a lot of history in Cary and the best way to learn about it is just by talking to those who know it best. So, this is the beginning of a new series for CaryCitizen titled “History for Breakfast” where we sit down with historians from around town at the Famous Toastery to eat breakfast and talk about Cary. Read more

The Cary News Changes Print Publication

Cary, NC – Cary’s newspaper for more than 50 years, The Cary News, is no longer including print copies automatically with The News & Observer as it transitions many of its local papers to an online publication.

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