From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through April 3, 2011.
This week was a full week with dinners, meetings, and events.
Rained Out Golf and Tobacco Road Marathon
Monday I was supposed to participate in the Grace Christian School charity golf tournament at Prestonwood. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate. At the time I was putting on my rain suit and preparing to leave it was sleeting and raining. Fortunately, I received a phone call that the tournament had been postponed a week. While I was glad I didn’t have to play in the damp and cold, I was sad because I won’t be able to play on the rescheduled date next Monday. Read more
Cary, NC – In 2011, most businesses, organizations, non-profits and civic groups have Facebook Pages. Now, there’s a unique, branded way to control the link you share with your audience. Read more
Story and pictures by Hal Goodtree, Editor of CaryCitizen.
Cary, NC – What is news? At its most basic, it’s anything that’s new.
Newsworthiness is another issue. Some publications think only controversy is newsworthy. I beg to differ. Read more
Film review by Andrew Johnson for CaryCitizen.
Director: Duncan Jones
Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Wright
Runtime: 93 minutes
Rating: PG-13, for some violence and language.
The Bottom Line: A refreshingly original sci-fi flick that adds time travel to a traditional detective premise with thrilling results. Read more
Story from staff reports. Photos by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, NC – Over the last several months, there’s been a rash of Cary burglaries – 220 of them in the last 15 months, to be exact. And more recently there has been a virtual wave in the Waldo Rood/Cary Parkway area. Read more
Story by Guest Columnist Pete D’Arruda. Photo by Michael Hodge.
Cary, NC – During the last twelve years, we have witnessed significant and historic market fluctuations. Has this affected people’s thoughts about the market, their investment portfolios, and how they live their day-to-day lives? Read more
From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through March 27, 2011. Photo of County Meath by Johnida Dockens.
As predicted, this was a busy week with a work session, a taping of Cary Matters and a council meeting.
Monday began with an agenda meeting of the directors and town management staff to go over Thursday’s regularly scheduled council meeting. The main focus was the proposed apartments at Northwood’s Harrison Point. Read more