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


Cary to Start Testing Sewage for Opioid Usage

Cary, NC – According to the Town of Cary, opioid overdoses increased by 70 percent in 2017, with fatal overdoses increasing by 40 percent. To find solutions to opioid addiction in the area, Cary is undergoing a six-month test phase to monitor opioid concentrations in wastewater, funded as one of the 2018 Mayors Challenge finalists. 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

This Year’s African-American Celebration Focuses on Health and the Future

Cary, NC – For more than 20 years, Cary has celebrated Black History Month with the African-American Celebration, bringing a mix of discussions and entertainment. This year’s event includes talks about continuing the work of significant black community members into the future, ways for people to eat healthy and musicians playing a variety of styles. Read more

Morrisville Gym Holding Triangle’s First Ultimate Ninja Qualifier

Morrisville, NC – Obstacle course-based fitness is becoming increasingly popular, with locations such as Warrior Tech OCR opening around the country. Those interested will have their shot at qualifying for the national association as Warrior Tech hosts the Triangle’s first qualifier this weekend. Read more

Cary’s Heritage: The Spanish Flu

Cary, NC – The 1918 flu pandemic, also known as the Spanish flu, which was the deadliest in history, infected an estimated 500 million people worldwide, which was about one-third of the planet’s population. The total death toll is estimated at 20 million to 50 million victims worldwide, however, other estimates run as high as 100 million victims. These two Cary women were alive during the epidemic and shared their memories during oral history interviews. Read more

Samaritan’s Corner: The “Piece” of A Brother’s Love

Cary, NC – Welcome to Samaritan’s Corner. Let’s Talk!

In 2017, in the U.S. alone, 4,500 people died from kidney failure, but Keith Braswell didn’t. In 2017, 20 people a day died waiting for a kidney, but Keith Braswell didn’t, and to God be all of the glory! Read more

New Public Signs Warn Against Feeding Lake Birds

Cary, NC – When ducks and geese are so close to the shore, people can feel tempted to feed them. But new signs at Cary parks are reminding visitors that feeding wildlife has a number of negative health and environmental impacts. Read more

Waltonwood Fitness Programs Create Energy, Balance and Motivation

Cary, NC – As we age, we tend to walk less and have difficult with our full range of motion. But at Waltonwood Cary Parkway, new Forever Fit Manager Anthony Beaudry is helping residents through exercise and routine. Read more