Cary Road Closures Start Next Week, Stretching into June

Cary, NC – To complete Cary’s 2018 water main replacements, four roads in central Cary will be closed starting next Monday until the end of June. Read more

Morrisville Mover Earns Top National Award

Morrisville, NC – David Woods, supervisor for the Two Men and a Truck franchise serving the Morrisville area, has helped boost customer satisfaction to its highest level in years and earned himself the company’s prestigious Ultimate Move Hero Award in the process. Read more


Gardening: Creating an Indoor Garden

Cary, NC – Part of the fun of gardening is getting outside and breathing in fresh air and feeling real sunlight. But sometimes you may need to carefully control your environment or live in an apartment complex. In those circumstances, here are some tips and guides to creating an indoor garden. Read more

St. Patrick's Day

Recipe: Dublin Coddle

Story originally appeared on FoodCary.

Cary, NC – With St. Patrick’s Day this Saturday, now is a good time to learn how to make some traditional Irish dishes. Here is a recipe for Dublin Coddle, which is easy to make while still being bold and flavorful. Read more

Environmentally-Minded Business Opens First Triangle Location in Cary

Cary, NC – With the Triangle’s wet climate, mold is fairly common and removing it can be hazardous for both buildings and people. Green Home Solutions, a mold-removal company that boasts environmentally-friendly methods, is hoping address those mold concerns as they open their first Triangle location in Cary. Read more

Weekend Events: St. Patrick’s Day, Page-Walker Play, Concert Singers of Cary and More

Cary, NC – It’s St. Patrick’s Day this weekend and there are lots of events to celebrate Irish heritage and culture. In addition, you can enjoy a new play starting at the Page-Walker Center, a stand-up comedy show, a performance by the Concert Singers of Cary and more.

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Carolina Hurricanes

Canes No Show in Third Is Beyond Belief

Cary, NC – After a miserable effort against the weakest team in the NHL for 2018 the night before, losing to the NY Rangers 6-3 in NY, the Canes had a 3-1 lead going into the third period against a very strong, rental-filled Boston Bruins team, increasing the lead to 4-1 within the first minute of the period, collapsing like house of cards, yielding five goals to virtually end their season.  Read more

Cary High Students Earn Scholarships in Culinary Competition

Cary, NC – Students in ProStart programs across North Carolina learn about preparing food and working in the culinary industry. But five Cary students recently took that to the next level, winning third place in a statewide culinary competition and earning scholarships for themselves. Read more


Potential for Cary Snow in March

Cary, NC – If the weather in Cary hasn’t been strange enough, forecasts are predicting snow this Monday afternoon. Here’s the latest weather information we have, plus predictions of how long it will last. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Crabtree Crossing, Smart Cities Grant and More

Cary, NC – This was a slower than average week for me.

Monday – Planning for the Week

Monday started with my weekly town manager one-on-one meeting. We talked about a variety of topics including having an additional neighborhood meeting to hear concerns from the residents near the Penny Road Kildaire Farm Road gas station proposal. We also talked about an issue with some faulty town’s water meters in town. The cost and replacement of those meters will be covered by the manufacturer. The Green Level Church Road widening was also discussed. NCDOT would like to do the entire set of improvements rather than the ones they have planned. So we will probably enter this as a LAPP (locally administered project program) project. Other topics included the upcoming Cary/Morrisville joint meeting, an update Fenton development agreement process, the Glenaire rezoning proposal, and the approved gas station near Weldon Ridge School sites which is upsetting citizens.

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