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Documentary Chronicles Indian Immigrants in North Carolina

Cary, NC – Cary and Morrisville have very diverse populations and a big part of that is due to immigrants from India and Southeast Asia. And a new documentary playing for free at the Cary Theater looks at the lives and history of these new neighbors. Read more

Morrisville Wins National Diversity Award

Morrisville, NC – A few weeks ago, we told you how the Town of Morrisville was a finalist for a national award celebrating diversity. Now, Morrisville has won that award, standing out among other towns and cities in the country for its work to highlight its diverse population. Read more

Lori’s Blog: Cary’s Jewish Cultural Festival Remarks

Cary, NC – I was honored to give the opening remarks for the Jewish Cultural Festival this morning.

With all that is going on in the world today – I didn’t think I could do the standard “Welcome to Cary” remarks.  Here’s what I said. Read more

Citizen Science Program Needs Your Help Observing The Weather!

Editor’s Note: David Glenn, Science and Operations Officer with NC CoCoRaHS, contributed to this article.

Cary, NC – Do you ever wonder how much rainfall you received from a recent thunderstorm? How about snowfall during a winter storm? If so, an important volunteer weather observing program needs your help! The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network, or CoCoRaHS, is looking for new volunteers across North Carolina. The grassroots effort is part of a growing national network of home-based and amateur rain spotters with a goal of providing a high density precipitation network that will supplement existing observations. Read more

Cary’s New Mosque Expected To Open This Year

Cary, NC – For more than 10 years, Cary’s only Islamic center has operated out of a rental space along Chatham Street. Now, after several years of construction, the permanent mosque is expected to open at 1155 W Chatham St. in 2017, across the street from the current center. Read more

Fest in the West Announced for USA Baseball

Cary, NC – CaryCitizen has announced that we will be partnering with the Town of Cary to produce the second annual Fest in the West on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the USA Baseball’s National Training Complex in Thomas Brooks Park. Read more

Advice on How Seniors Can Avoid Online Scams and Frauds

Cary, NC – The Internet has given rise to new methods for scammers to steal money and one of the demographics most at risk are seniors. If want to keep yourself or a loved one protected, here are some tips to keep in mind. Read more

Cary Agency Wins National PR Award

Cary, NC – From Cary, various people working in business, communications and more connect and make their names known all over the country. Continuing this, a Cary-based public relations agency recently won a national award for their work on a New York-based case. Read more

David Price Talks Health Care, Budget Cuts in Cary Town Hall

Cary, NC – Downtown Cary saw visitors from all around central North Carolina as U.S. Representative David Price held his fourth town hall of the year. Read more

Truth, Opinion and Modern Journalism at the Cary Theater

Cary, NC – For Cary’s annual African-American Celebration, people gathered to recognize the life and legacy of North Carolina journalist Cash Michaels. And to go with the two-day celebration, a panel of experts discussed the changing state of journalism in the United States today. Read more