Morrisville Mover Earns Top National Award

Morrisville, NC – David Woods, supervisor for the Two Men and a Truck franchise serving the Morrisville area, has helped boost customer satisfaction to its highest level in years and earned himself the company’s prestigious Ultimate Move Hero Award in the process. Read more

Environmentally-Minded Business Opens First Triangle Location in Cary

Cary, NC – With the Triangle’s wet climate, mold is fairly common and removing it can be hazardous for both buildings and people. Green Home Solutions, a mold-removal company that boasts environmentally-friendly methods, is hoping address those mold concerns as they open their first Triangle location in Cary. Read more

Aware Senior Care Earns Cary Chamber’s Top Small Business Awards

Cary, NC – Close to 10 percent of Cary’s population is over the age of 65 and this region has one of the fastest growing senior populations nationwide. Aware Senior Care has stepped in to address the need for more and better senior in-home care, which has led to them earning two top local awards for small businesses in 2017. Read more

Milk Lab

Milk Lab Experiments with Ice Cream and Tea

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Cary, NC – Rolled ice cream and boba milk tea are growing trends in America borrowed from East Asia, and a new store in Cary is making these treats. The Milk Lab uses natural ingredients and is constantly experimenting with new flavors and recipes. Read more

Cary, Triangle Rank in Top 10 of Places to Live Nationwide

Cary, NC – In a new study looking at a mix of economics, quality of live and perceived desirability, a new study ranks Cary and the Triangle at large among the 10 best places to live in the entire United States. Read more

Money Matters: Delaying Retirement May Provide the Financial Boost You Need

Editor’s Note: Briant Sikorski from Stratos Wealth Partners in Cary contributed this article.

Cary, NC – Americans are living longer, healthier lives, and this trend is affecting how they think about and plan for retirement. For instance, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, the age at which workers expect to retire has been rising slowly over the past couple of decades. In 1991, just 11 percent of workers expected to retire after age 65. Fast forward to 2014, and that percentage has tripled to 33 percent – and 10 percent don’t plan to retire at all.1 Read more

Business Bits: Park West Village, New Restaurants and More

Cary, NC – In this month’s business bits, there’s news about what businesses will go into the Gander Mountain building in Park West Village, as well as several new restaurants opening up and new salons and gyms in town. Read more

Chocolate Smiles Prepares for Big Valentine’s Rush

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Cary, NC – According to Melanie Williams, owner of Chocolate Smiles in Downtown Cary, there are four major chocolate holidays. Valentine’s Day is one of those days and with the holiday around the corner, the chocolate store is preparing for another surge in customers. Read more

Umstead Hotel and Spa

Cary’s Umstead Ranks as Top Hotel in North Carolina

Cary, NC – A new study looking at luxury hotels across the country ranks the Umstead Hotel and Spa #1 in North Carolina, and the only state hotel to make it into the top 100 nationwide. Read more

Details on Fenton Development

Cary, NC – When the Cary Town Council approved the rezoning for the Fenton mixed use district in the Eastern Gateway, councilmembers called it a historic moment. This week, business leaders from around Cary gathered at the Chamber of Commerce to learn the details of this massive project. Read more