Lori’s Blog: Platooning and Autonomous Trucking

Cary, NC – A few weeks ago Fedex and Volvo made a splash here sharing their partnership and testing of trucks using Autonomous Driving. When I visited the launch, I was thrilled to see them in action and learn more about this exciting technology. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Town Connection, N Harrison Hotels and More

Cary, NC – There were no regularly scheduled council meetings this week so my duties were lighter than normal.

Monday – Planning for the Week

Monday I met with the town manager for our weekly one-on-one. Our topics of discussion included the proposal for hotels on North Harrison and several other items. The North Harrison hotels proposal was tabled at the last council meeting so that staff could meet with the adjacent landowner about an easement to the Arboretum. Without the easement guests at the hotels would be forced to make a U-turn on Harrison Avenue. Council will be voting on this proposal at the August 9th meeting. Read more

North Carolina Courage

NC Courage Win League After Beating Rivals at Home

Cary, NC – Anyone paying attention to the North Carolina Courage this season would know they were a lock for the NWSL Shield but it was made official with this weekend’s win at home against rivals the Portland Thorns. Read more

North Carolina FC

NCFC Draw Against One of League’s Top Teams

Cary, NC – In a match-up against their Southern rivals and one of the top teams in the USL, North Carolina FC brought the Charleston Battery to a scoreless draw at home. Read more

Marine March

Local Filmmaker Joins Marines in Longest Ruck March in U.S. History

Cary, NC – Throughout July 2018, one Cary filmmaker and former Marine marched 900 miles to honor the memory of 16 military servicemen who died last year, completing the longest ruck march in United States history. Read more

White Tiger Taekwondo

Cary Taekwondo Students Earn Top Medals at International Competition

Cary, NC – With martial arts offering both self-defense training as well as creative performance, several Cary taekwondo students competed in the U.S. Open Taekwondo Hanmadang, taking home top medals in the process. Read more

Waltonwood Cary Parkway

Waltonwood Cary Parkway Adds Internship Program

Cary, NC – As people continue to age, senior care remains an important part of modern life. Waltonwood Cary Parkway is trying to introduce more people into senior care while also bolstering its own living community with a new internship program. Read more

Bond Park

Weekend Events: Local Soccer, Cary Concerts and More

Cary, NC – Get out of the rain and the heat this weekend with lots of fun events, including two soccer games, concerts all over town and much more. Read more

North Carolina Courage

North Carolina Courage Win First International Tournament

Cary, NC – The North Carolina Courage, Cary’s home women’s soccer team, have already proven themselves as the most dominant team in the North American league. But after a big win this weekend, they now have a claim to be the best team in the world. Read more

Cary Town Council: N Harrison Hotel, Changes to Planning and Zoning Board and More

Cary, NC – The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw extensive discussion on potential changes to the Planning and Zoning Board and rezoning to build a hotel along N Harrison Avenue, neither of which saw resolution at this meeting, as well as several Public Hearings and a vote on the new Glenaire building. Read more