NC Courage Win First Ever Home Game

Cary, NC – While the weather was not optimal, there was a warm reception for the North Carolina Courage as they took to the field in Cary for the first time, winning against Portland Thorns FC. Read more

Test Your Strength with Plane Pull Fundraiser

Morrisville, NC – People do all kinds of things to raise money for charities and events, from running marathons to getting their head shaved. But this weekend, you can take it to the extreme by pulling a passenger plane on a rope, all to benefit the Special Olympics of North Carolina. Read more

North Carolina FC With Decisive Win at First Home Game

Cary, NC – In their first home game of the regular season since changing their name, North Carolina FC brought home a big win against FC Edmonton. Read more

Cary Senior Gets Silver Medal In Ski Competition

Cary, NC – It is increasingly common for men and women to stay active as they get older but few of them win medals and awards this way. But Cary resident Joseph Polcaro recently got a Silver Medal for ski racing in the mountains of Colorado. Read more

Canes End Home Season on 5-4 Shootout Loss to Blues

Cary, NC – The Carolina Hurricanes played their final home game of the season Saturday, April 8, 2017 against the St. Louis Blues totally different than their previous outing Thursday night, April 6, 2017 against the Islanders. This game had more emotion, more jump, more speed, more passing, scoring and, best of all, more Caniacs in the seats. In reality, the game meant little; okay, the Blues clinched third spot in the Central division but both teams played as if the game had significant meaning. Read more

Canes Just Didn’t Show Up against Islanders, Lose 3-0

Cary, NC – It wasn’t that the Islanders were that much better or played as a team that needs to win all of their last games, as they do, to have any chance of the Playoffs. It was more that the Canes, now officially out of the Wild Card slot for the playoffs, were as flat as they’ve been all season. Watching the coaches behind the bench throughout the game was probably more entertaining than the action on the ice. At one point the way head coach Bill Peters turned to Rod Brind’Amour, it looked as if he was telling him to head to the locker room and put his uniform on as the team needed some spark out there. Read more

Cary Runner Completes Marathon in Unusual Location

Cary, NC – Jerry L Canterbury of Cary recently completed the slowest marathon of his running career – and couldn’t be happier about it. Read more

Canes Lay Goose Egg Against Stars, End Point Streak

Cary, NC – The Carolina Hurricanes ended their franchise record game point streak losing to the Dallas Stars 3-0, in a heart breaker of a game in front of a very good and supportive crowd. Kari Lehtonen earned every bit of the shut out but until the third period, he wasn’t challenged as much as he should have been as the Canes were flat and didn’t have that desperation that was evident late in the game. Read more

Cary Town Council: 3/30/17

Cary, NC – The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw many items pass through, including new decisions about water in Cary, several annexations and the retirement of a long-time Cary staff member. Read more

Canes Point Streak Now at Lucky 13 With 2-1 OT Win Against Jackets

Cary, NC – The Carolina Hurricanes set a franchise record of 13 straight games with garnering a point with an exciting 2-1 win in overtime on a punch-in goal by Noah Hanifin. The Columbus Blue Jackets are vying for both the President’s Trophy, the division and conference championship so this game meant as much to them as it did for the Canes in keeping their playoff hopes alive. The Canes remain four points out of the last Wild Card slot as Boston also won but leap frogged the Islanders who lost to the Flyers. Read more