Wake Education Board Candidates Talk Growth, Safety and Reassignment at Forum

Cary, NC – With early voting starting in less than a week, candidates for the Wake County Board of Education met at a forum to discuss top questions about local public schools, particularly managing growth and ensuring student safety. Read more

Guide to Beer In and Around Cary

Cary, NC – North Carolina has the most craft breweries in the South with more than 200 and growing. With so much development in beer, there are many places in and around Cary to taste what is being made. Here’s a guide to track it all down. Read more

Fenton

Scott Crawford Bringing Steakhouse to Fenton Development

Story originally appeared on FoodCary.

Cary, NC –As plans for The Fenton development evolve, the Columbia Development is beginning to establish its identity in a series of announcements. The latest announcement for the the mixed-use district is that restauranteur Scott Crawford will open a steakhouse with wood-fired aged steak and a lounge for smaller plates and drinks. Read more

Cary’s Heritage: Cary High Class Trips

Cary, NC – For many years, near the end of the school year at Cary High, every graduating class was taken on a trip. Here are some fond memories of those trips by the students. Read more

Weekend Events: Cary Diwali, Downtown Food and Flea and More

Cary, NC – The State Fair starts this weekend but if you are looking for things to do away from the fairgrounds, there are lots to do here in Cary, including the Diwali celebration at Koka Booth Amphitheatre, Downtown Food and Flea and more. Read more

Guide to Early Voting in 2018

Cary, NC – With Election Day in less than a month, you can bypass long lines by Early Voting. Early voting in Wake County begins next week. Read more

Election 2018

Candidate Questionnaire: David Robertson

Cary, NC – We are now putting out our questionnaires from candidates in the 2018 elections in Cary and Morrisville. This questionnaire comes from David Robertson, who is running for North Carolina House District 49 as the Republican Party nominee.

We will be publishing more questionnaires leading up to the elections. These are in the candidates’ own words and we do not edit or alter the content in their responses aside from formatting. Read more

Harold’s Blog: LDO Amendments, SAS Championships and More

Cary, NC – This week was a little slower than is typical for this time of year.

Monday – SAS Championships

I started Monday by giving remarks at the SAS Championships Media day breakfast. The SAS Championship has had a significant economic impact on our community since 2001 with over $140 million in economic benefit. In addition, this event puts Cary and the Triangle on a global stage through live coverage on the Golf Channel. Coverage of the SAS Championships will be in more than 200 million homes in 84 countries and 11 languages across the world. We are excited about this tournament and looking forward to it and all the activities that go along with it. Read more

North Carolina FC

NCFC Narrowly Loses Against New York in Home Season Finale

Cary, NC – North Carolina FC came close to avoiding a loss at their final home game of the season but the New York Red Bulls II won out in the largest-attendance North Carolina FC home game. Read more

Carolina Hurricanes

Canes Get First Win in Wild Game

Cary, NC – The Carolina Hurricanes won their first home game of the season in a wild, and very entertaining game, 8-5, on Sunday, October 7, 2018 at the PNC Arena against the NY Rangers. The blue shirts always have a bunch of their own fans at these games which made the atmosphere in the stands that much more interesting.  Read more