West Cary Color Run Aims to Fundraise for School Technology

Cary, NC – Last year, West Cary Middle School raised more than $3,000 for technology with its first ever Color Run. Now the PTA is bringing this fundraiser back with a goal of bringing in even more participants. Read more

Cary Author

Cary-Based Author Releases Third Tech Thriller Novel

Cary, NC – Author E.J Simon has been fascinated with technology and how it can change the world for many decades. In the Cary-based author’s latest book, he draws on recent news stories about hacking and the NSA to create a thriller where, thanks to computers, no one is ever truly safe. Read more

North Carolina Courage

NC Courage Continue Streak with Fourth Season Win

Cary, NC – The North Carolina Courage continued their undefeated streak this season in a home game against Seattle Reign FC, with a goal in the second half after a difficult first. Read more

ShakesBEER Returns to Cary with Interactive Comedy and Music

Cary, NC – Often, the plays and works of William Shakespeare are presented in a way that is not approachable to most audiences. But a touring comedy show is highlighting the comedy of Shakespeare while also letting audiences enjoy locally brewed beer while they watch. Read more

Cary Weekend Events

Weekend Events: Dodgeball, Downtown Chowdown and More

Cary, NC – This weekend, Cary’s Downtown Chowdown returns, plus there is Cary’s first-ever dodgeball tournament, Triangle’s Got Talent and much more.

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Gas Prices

Triangle Average Gas Prices Higher Than State, Major Metros

Cary, NC – The Summer always brings a spike in gasoline prices but this year prices are particularly high, with national prices hitting a multi-year high and the Raleigh-Cary area standing out in North Carolina. Read more


Primary Early Voting in Cary Opens Next Week

Cary, NC – Primary elections across Cary and Wake County take place on Tuesday, May 8, 2018. But starting next week, early voting will open up in town. Read more

Sunday Storms Knock Out Power in Cary, Triangle

Cary, NC – After heavy rainfall and strong winds Sunday night, thousands of homes across the Triangle have lost power while Cary avoids the worst of it. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Cary School of Government, Cary Road Race and More

Cary, NC – Spring finally arrived in Cary this week. I participated in a lot of spring related activities in addition to other meetings and events.

Monday – Opioid Pilot Program

Monday I joined council member George in a taping of Cary Matters. Our episode was about the opioid crisis and our pilot program funded by the $100,000 Bloomberg grant. Our first take had several stumbles but we nailed it on our second take.

Later Monday I met with the town manager for my weekly one-on-one meeting. We talked about several projects that have been approved and proposed. We also talked about our budget mini-retreat coming up on May 10th. Our meeting lasted about half an hour. Read more

US National Women's Soccer

WakeMed Soccer Park Hosting Women’s World Cup Qualifiers

Cary, NC – WakeMed Soccer Park has hosted United States Women’s and Men’s National Soccer Teams as they’ve taken on international competition in the past. But for the first time, national women’s teams will compete here to qualify for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Read more