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Harold’s Blog: Cary Election, Cell Towers and More

Cary, NC – This was another busy week highlighted by the re-election of three council members. Read more

Cary Town Council: Kildaire and Penny Rd. Gas Station

Cary, NC – There was only one main agenda item at the most recent Cary Town Council meeting but it saw a lot of input from local residents as developers proposed expanding on an existing gas station at the corner of Kildaire Farm and Penny Road. Read more

IKEA Plan Passes Through Planning and Zoning Board

Cary, NC – The plans for a large retailer in Cary Towne Center, with the intention of it becoming an IKEA, are moving through the Town of Cary’s processes, most recently passing unanimously at Cary’s Planning and Zoning Board. Read more

Candidate Questionnaire: Jack Smith

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 Jack Smith, running for running for District C on the Cary Town Council. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Technology Updates, Opioid Epidemic, Tour de Cove and More

Cary, NC – This was another busy week for me. Read more

Candidate Questionnaire: Ed Yerha

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 Ed Yerha, running for a Council At-Large seat on the Cary Town Council.

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Cary Joins Municipal Initiative to Streamline Data, Share with Other Towns

Cary, NC – Leaders in Cary’s government have talked about being a Smart City in the past. A new initiative Cary is joining will follow those principles as Cary aims to better use its data to accomplish tasks and address concerns. Read more

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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