Morrisville Councilmember Named President of NC Women’s Group

Morrisville, NC – In 2014, only 25 percent of candidates in North Carolina elections were women, despite being roughly half of the state’s population. Morrisville Councilmember Liz Johnson is looking to change this as she starts her new role as president of the North Carolina Women in Municipal Government (NC WIMG).

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Early Voting at Herb Young Center Starts Tomorrow

Cary, NC – Cary’s election day for municipal offices is Tuesday, October 10, 2017. Starting tomorrow, early voting will be available here in town. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Cary Towne Center, Parkinson’s Event and More

Cary, NC – This week was much slower than the last two weeks and consisted mostly of ceremonial duties.

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Samaritan’s Corner: Colors Of The Destiny Puzzle

Cary, NC – Welcome to Samaritan’s Corner! Let’s Talk!

One is from New Jersey, one is from North Carolina. One owns a barbershop, the other one is the Chief of Police in the town where the barbershop is located. One has had some not-so-good experiences with Police Officers, the other one prides himself on recruiting only the best “PEOPLE” to become Police Officers. One had “ZERO” trust for the badge, the other one wants to desegregate the badge. They may sound like oil and water to most, but they’ve become the beginning two pieces of the puzzle that has taken the hearts of grown men, of many races, from battling to brotherhood. Read more

Candidate Questionnaire: Majid Mohadjer

Cary, NC – This is an installment in our Candidate 2017 series, in which candidates get to respond in their own words to the same three questions.

We publish the responses in the order we receive them. This questionnaire is submitted by Majid Mohadjer, running for District A on the Cary Town Council. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Dragon Boat Festival, Candidate Forum and More

Cary, NC – This was another busy week in the mayor’s office.

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Candidate Questionnaire: Ken Presting

Cary, NC – This is an installment in our Candidate 2017 series, in which candidates get to respond in their own words to the same three questions.

We publish the responses in the order we receive them. This questionnaire is submitted by Ken Presting, running for running for District C on the Cary Town Council.

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Cary Candidates Discuss Growth and Transit in Civil Forum

Cary, NC – With Election Day in three weeks, candidates for the Town Council races in Cary gathered to answer questions and discuss their positions on affordable housing, transit and partisan divide in North Carolina. Read more

Samaritan’s Corner: The Jolly Blue Giant

Cary, NC – Anger, frustration, some resentment, zero patience and a whole lot to say!! These are all of the ingredients I put into my little “attitude bowl” before I made my way down to the Cary Police Department almost two years ago. Read more

High House Road/Cary Parkway Intersection Plans Delayed as Town Looks for New Bids

Cary, NC – Plans to redesign the High House Road/Cary Parkway intersection have been around since 2008 in Cary, but a recent setback in contractor bids will delay start on the intersection’s expansion until at least Spring 2018. Read more