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Go Green in Cary with 3 Spring Events

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Sarah Justice, Environmental Outreach Program Coordinator, was excited to tell CaryCitizen about three upcoming opportunities that help Cary residents "Go Green" with the Town.…

Meet the Backyard Winter Birds of Cary

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Bird watchers in the Cary area can enjoy a wide variety of species in their own backyards. Some of these winter birds are migratory and can only be seen here in the cooler months. The following are among the most visible of these winter visitors.…

Christmas Trees: Real vs. Fake

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Before you dig last year's artificial tree out of your garage or head to the store to buy one, check out these pros of purchasing a real Christmas tree instead.…

Sustainability at Cary Newest McDonald’s

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A Cary McDonald's gained LEED cerification and, as a result, cost savings from utilization of sustainable practices.…

Cary’s 5th Annual Paper Shred

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Cary, NC — If you are like me, your attic is filled with old financial documents taking up space. If you don’t know how to properly dispose of them, let the Town of Cary help you out at their 5th annual Paper Shred Event on Saturday, November 15, 2014.…

Deer Vs. Auto: By the Numbers

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With deer season among us, Wake County drivers can't afford to be anything other than careful and alert during our evening commutes.…

Operation Medicine Drop this Saturday

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The Town of Cary will host its biannual Operation Medicine Drop on Saturday, September 27, 2014 as a chance for citizens to dispose of expired medications.…

Solar Roof Tiles Come to Cary

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Everyone has seen rooftop solar panels. But how about solar roof tiles? Don Hyatt, a homeowner in Cary, has one of the first installations in the area. …

Crocheting Totes from Plastic Bags

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Donna Walker crochets shopping totes out recycled plastic bags.…

They’re Back – Bugs Attack Hemlock Bluffs

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The Hemlock Woolly Adelgid, an invasive, non-native aphid-like insect, has impacted a handful of the Preserve’s 235 Eastern Hemlock trees. …

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