By Guest Columnist Michele McKinley, Project Coordinator, Advocates for Health in Action (AHA)
Cary, NC – Fresh food, a sense of community and generous giving are sprouting at community gardens in Cary and nearby Apex and Morrisville. Community gardens can “grow” in different ways, but they all are about people working together to grow healthy, fresh food. By sharing a plot of land, the supplies and physical labor, garden members enjoy and benefit from fresh foods. Many gardens also often donate extra produce to hungry people in the area as part of their purpose. Read more
From staff reports.
Cary, NC – Cary Town Manager Ben Shivar has selected George “Ed” Gawf to serve as the community’s first Downtown Manager. Gawf has been working in the field for 40 years and was Shivar’s top pick from a pool of 280 applicants from as far away as Washington, Wisconsin, Texas, Maine, and Florida. Read more
Story by Matt Young. Photo from Wikipedia.
Cary, NC – Coyotes have been spotted in Cary.
Some suspect that the drought may have created a newly available food source in the Glenaire section near Dorothy Drive and Union Street (Map of the Area). There was an abundance of rodents in the area during the last drought, we were told. Read more
Cary, NC – CaryCitizen co-founder Lindsey Chester has been named a finalist for the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation New Media Boot Camp in Los Angeles. Read more
Story & photo by Anora McGaha
Cary, NC – Today, February 18, 2011, my eye caught notice of the bunch of blue feathers I have hanging on a doorknob that I had gathered from Arnie over the 7 years I had been visiting him at The Pet Pad in Cary. Beautiful long blue feathers of many hues. I felt the warm feeling of appreciation for the sweet relationship we had. I wasn’t the only one. Read more
From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through February 13, 2011. Photo by Hal Goodtree.
This week was busy with two Chatham County meetings, a join meeting in Morrisville, and a council meeting. Read more
Story by Leslie Huffman. Photo by Samat Jain.
Cary, NC – Go out to dinner at one of Cary’s fantastic restaurants for Valentine’s Day. And don’t forget a dozen roses and a box of chocolates.
But to really start the day with a little help from Cupid, treat your Valentine with the unexpected. Maybe breakfast in bed, or a chocolaty surprise for the kids before they go off to school.
Begin the day dedicated to love with this breakfast menu that will have your Valentine sweet on you. Read more
From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through February 6, 2011. Photo by Hal Goodtree. Read more