Cary Mayor

Harold’s Blog: Town Council Meeting, Stormwater and More

Cary, NC – Despite being a holiday week it was still a busy with a lot of long nights.

Monday – Veterans Day

Monday was the observed holiday for Veterans Day so I had no duties or activities.

Tuesday – Planning for Week

Tuesday I contacted council members to hear of questions or concerns they may have had about Thursday’s upcoming regularly scheduled council meeting. The main topic of my individual discussions was the proposed hotels on North Harrison. It was my belief after these discussions that the proposal would pass by at least a 4 to 3 vote.

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Carolina Hurricanes

Canes Bounce Back from Columbus Loss to Beat the Devils

Cary, NC – After a bad loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets at the start of the weekend, the Carolina Hurricanes regrouped and played a tremendous game against the New Jersey Devils, all ahead of their big game against the Toronto Maple Leafs the day before Thanksgiving.

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Cary Town Council

Cary Town Council: N Harrison Hotels, Hometown Spirit Award and More

Cary, NC – The latest Cary Town Council meeting finally saw a vote on the long-tabled North Harrison Avenue hotel project, as well as several other Public Hearings, a pinning ceremony for Cary’s newest fire chief and the announcement of the 2018 Hometown Spirit Award winner. Read more

Cary Water

Kilmayne Water Tower Goes Into Service This Month, Other Water Tanks By Mid-2019

Cary, NC – As water storage tanks age, new tanks need to come in so repairs and replacements can happen. Two new Cary water storage tanks are set to come into service in the coming months, with the Kilmayne Water Tank ready by the end of November. Read more

Cary Community Choir

Annual “Handel’s Messiah” Show David Mellnik’s Last as Cary Choir Director

Cary, NC – For nearly 50 years, the Cary Community Choir has maintained a tradition of performing Handel’s famous “Messiah” close to Christmas. But this year’s show is particularly important because after 21 years with the choir, this will be David Mellnik’s last show as director and conductor. Read more

Cary Police

Cary’s Heritage: Crime in Cary

Cary, NC – Crime in Cary back in the day was much different than what we have today. Folks remember some incidents. Read more

Duluth Trading Co.

Duluth Trading Co. Opens First Triangle Location in Cary

Cary, NC – Duluth Trading Co. started back in 1989 selling durable outdoor wear. But with fewer than 50 stores nationwide since then, Cary gets to be one of those select locations, with their store opening later this week as the only location in the Triangle. Read more

Diamante Awards

2018 Latino Diamante Awards Winners

Cary, NC – The Diamante Arts and Cultural Center promotes, develops and advocates for Latino and Hispanic culture, arts and achievement all over North Carolina but the organization is based right here in Cary. This past weekend, Diamante had their annual awards ceremony to recognize special contributions to the community. Read more

Weekend Events: Holiday Events, Turkey Day Jam and More

Cary, NC – The weather may be dower this week so find some fun events to keep yourself warm around Cary this weekend. There are several big holiday events at shopping centers around town, plus the annual fundraiser Pre-Turkey Day Jam presented by Six String and much more. Read more

The Hive

The Hive, West Cary’s First Town Recreation Facility, Now Open

Cary, NC – The Hive is the first staffed indoor recreation facility in West Cary, with a unique name and open floor plan designed for flexibility in its programming, whether that’s fitness, STEM or art classes. Read more