Story by Leslie Huffman. Photo by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, NC – Here’s an idea that we at CaryCitizen have been promoting since we started. Support of small business.These are your friends, neighbors and local volunteers that help make Cary unique.
One thing we know at CaryCitizen, no one is more passionate about their customers than the small business owner. Read more
Cary, NC – Swinging into the holiday season, Cary is hosting a feast of events this coming weekend including a Beaujolais Nouveau tasting, a jewelry event called Naughty or Nice, a local team in the state soccer finals and lots of other great stuff. Read more
Recipe from our vegetarian friend Lisa Marshall. Photo by Mary E.
Cary, NC – I grew up in an Irish family. How I became a vegetarian from that, I’ll never know.
The Irish way of cooking vegetables was to boil everything, yes, everything! Soft vegetables with no color or nutritional value was the way Mom cooked them. All I can say is thank goodness for potatoes!
Because of this I am not a fan of mushy vegetables. But, here is a wonderful Fall recipe for Butternut Squash and Pasta Shells that is creamy, comforting, healthy and delicious. Read more
Story and photos by Lindsey Chester.
Durham, NC – I first came across the Kramden Institute when they were awarded a grant from the Cary Community Foundation last month. They refurbish used computers and donate them to deserving school-aged kids around the state, using thousands of volunteers in the process. Read more
Story by Nancy Caggia and photos by Kevin LaWall. Above, Green Hope Band Director Brian Meyers leading band onto the field at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Cary, NC- Several area high school marching bands traveled to Indianapolis over the long weekend to compete in what has become an annual rite of passage. Cary High School advanced this weekend to the finals. Read more