Advice on How Seniors Can Avoid Online Scams and Frauds

Cary, NC – The Internet has given rise to new methods for scammers to steal money and one of the demographics most at risk are seniors. If want to keep yourself or a loved one protected, here are some tips to keep in mind. Read more

Good Hope Farm Looks to Educate and Provide Local Produce

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Cary, NC – Bringing a cultivator farm to Cary has been a long process but Good Hope Farm is in the process of clearing land and bringing in farms to use the land. The goal is to have new, affordable farm land in Cary while also educating people about agriculture.

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Gardening: Getting Ready for a Vegetable Garden

Cary, NC – Okay, so the weather here is off the charts nuts, yet, there is some comfort in that “if March comes in like a lion it goes out like a lamb!” Read more

Education: Bill Fletcher March 2017 Newsletter

Cary, NC – Thoughts for March 2017 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education.
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Weekend Events: School Performances, Jewish Cultural Festival and More

Cary, NC – All around Cary this weekend, there are many fun events including plays and musicals by local Cary high schools, Bond Park’s Kite Festival, Cary’s Passover Jewish Cultural Festival and more.

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G.58 Gourmet Chinese Restaurant Set to Open in Morrisville

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Cary, NC – Tuesday night, March 7, CaryCitizen was invited for a sneak preview of G.58, a gourmet Chinese restaurant featuring authentic dishes not seen here in the Triangle. The restaurant, located at 10958 Chapel Hill Road in Morrisville, will be opening to the public later this month. Read more

Cary Non-Profits Get Funding From 2016 Lazy Daze

Cary, NC – Last year’s Lazy Daze was the largest in Cary history and has spurred the town to make it a two-day event for the foreseeable future. On top of that, the funds raised by the festival have gone to benefit dozens of Cary non-profits. Read more

Things to Do in the Triangle Region for Families of Children with Special Needs

Cary, NC – Parents of children with special needs know that enriching your child’s life with educational and fun activities is important. Depending on where you live, such activities can be hard to find. Whether you’re new to the Triangle Region or are visiting, here are some fun inclusive activities to see and do that the whole family can enjoy. Read more

Bond Brothers High In Best New Beer National Vote

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Cary, NC – Bond Brothers Beer Company came onto the Cary scene with a bang and have quickly become one of the most popular craft breweries in the Triangle. Now, the local company is in the running for Best New Brewery and are close to breaking into the #1 spot. Read more

Nine-Year-Old Cary Basketball Player Headed to National Competition

Cary, NC – At nine years old, Casey Mansfield has won multiple free throw competitions for his age group, including the statewide championship. Now, this Cary champion is headed to the national level, competing in a regional qualifier this weekend. Read more