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Fall for Cary

Fall for Cary Festival Expands Across Downtown in 10th Year

Cary, NC – Last year’s Fall for Cary Festival brought more than 5,000 people to Downtown Cary and this year has even more in store as two new areas are added along W Chatham Street and events are looped in to keep guests occupied all day long. Read more

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Cary Ranks First in NC for Income Equality

Cary, NC – Income inequality, the gap between what people earn, has been tied to lower life expectancy, higher rates of mental health problems and even lower happiness. In a new study, Cary has the least amount of income inequality in North Carolina for towns and cities of a certain size. Read more

Money Magazine Study Ranks Cary Fifth-Best Place to Live Nationwide

Cary, NC – Another in a long line of studies giving Cary accolades, Money Magazine ranked Cary fifth nationwide for best places to live, citing size, household income and education. Read more

East Meets West Festival Returns with New Location

Morrisville, NC – Since 2011, Morrisville’s East Meets West Festival has given various cultures that call the local area home a chance to share their food, music, crafts and more. This year, the event returns and with a new location. Read more

How to Help Hurricane Florence Victims

Cary, NC – Cary avoided the worst of last week’s Hurricane Florence but other towns and cities along the North Carolina coast were not so lucky. Here are some organizations working to help people affected by the storm, and ways you can help them. Read more

Rock Your World

Rock Your World Benefit Returns with Downtown Show

Cary, NC – For nine years now, the Rock Your World benefit concert has raised money for causes both local and international. The event has grown each year and this year it will be in Downtown Cary at the Mayton Inn. Read more

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Study Puts Cary in Top 10 Safest NC Towns

Cary, NC – In a new study, Cary ranks as one of the top 10 safest towns in all of North Carolina, while also standing out as the most populous of the safe towns or cities by far. Read more

Aftermath of Hurricane Florence in Cary

Cary, NC – Cary and central North Carolina avoided the worst of Hurricane Florence. While more rain is forecast for the start of this week, the storm has passed and residents can now take stock of the town and their homes after this historic hurricane. Read more

Dragon Boat Festival

Dragon Boat Festival Brings Food, Culture and Medicine to Cary

Cary, NC – For years, the Triangle’s Dragon Boat Festival has brought people to Cary to experience Chinese culture and this year looks to bring in around 10,000 visitors to watch the dragon boat races, see live performances, visit booths representing dozens of different cultures and nationalities, and new this year, get medical screenings for a variety of physical conditions. Read more

Waltonwood Cary Parkway

Kids Can See 1950s Fun at Waltonwood’s Way Back Party

Cary, NC – Grandparents and grandchildren may have generational gaps between them but everyone can be united through fun. That’s why, for Waltonwood Cary Parkway’s Grandparents Day this weekend, children can experience what the residents did in their childhood for entertainment and amusement. Read more