Cary Mayor

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

Cary, NC – This week was a busy week with graduations and a council meeting.

Monday – Cary High Graduation

Monday I joined Mayor Pro-Tem Bush, council member Frantz, and council member George for the graduation ceremony for Cary High School. There were 541 graduates getting their diplomas. It was a privilege to sit on stage and watch the faces of the graduates as they walked by.

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Later Monday I attempted to contact council members to hear of questions and concerns they might have had about Thursday’s agenda. Though Thursday’s agenda was long there were no questions. Later Monday I met with Management and Directors and went over the agenda items. We anticipated the meeting would last between two and two hours thirty minutes. Read more

North Carolina Courage

NC Courage Eat First Loss of the Season at Home

Cary, NC – The North Carolina Courage has had an unprecedented undefeated streak this season, with nine wins and three draws with no losses during that time. But few streaks can last forever and the Courage lost their first match this Saturday, June 16, 2018 in front of the hometown crowd. Read more

Cary Town Council

Cary Town Council: Kildaire Gas Station, Arthur Pierce Neighborhood and More

Cary, NC – The first Cary Town Council meeting of the Summer was a long one, with Public Hearings on the budget and several annexations, possible changes to the Planning and Zoning Board and a vote on the Kildaire Farm and Penny Road gas station. Read more

Gather Goods Co.

Gather Goods Co. Wants to Pair Community with Crafts

Cary, NC – Gather Goods Co. is back in Downtown Cary, with a focus not only on giving local entrepreneurs a workspace and holding classes, but creating a sustainable working environment for all involved. Read more

Major Road Improvements Set for Morrisville

Morrisville, NC – With its proximity to I-40, the airport and Research Triangle Park, traffic in Morrisville can be thick, which puts a constraint on everyone surrounding the town. But state and federal funds are coming to the area to improve both highways and local roads, with major changes coming over the next 10 years. Read more

North Carolina FC

NCFC Beats Ottawa in Dramatic, High-Scoring Game

Cary, NC – In the final game of a four-match stretch at home, North Carolina FC defeated Ottawa Fury FC in an intense and high-scoring performance. Read more


Lidl Cancels Plan for Cary Store

Cary, NC – Cary’s grocery store landscape was going to change once again as German chain Lidl planned to open a store on NC-55. But now, the company is changing its plans and is canceling projects across the United States, including Cary. Read more

Cary Theater

Weekend Events: Beyond Film Festival, NC Courage and More

Cary, NC – This weekend is the Cary Theater’s first ever “Beyond: the Film Festival,” as well as a home game by the undefeated North Carolina Courage, an auction at Garden Supply Co. and more. Read more

Gas Prices

Local Prices Drop as Summer Gasoline Demand Slows

Cary, NC – While gasoline prices are higher than they were in previous Summers – almost 60 cents more than 2017 – prices in the region have begun to drop as demand is dropping leading into July instead of growing. Read more

Melon Recall

Cut and Packaged Melons in Local Stores Recalled

Cary, NC – Summer typically time to eat watermelon, cantaloupe and other melons but the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning consumers about melons tainted with salmonella, includes melons sent to North Carolina grocery stores.

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