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Things to Do in the Triangle Region for Families of Children with Special Needs

Cary, NC – Parents of children with special needs know that enriching your child’s life with educational and fun activities is important. Depending on where you live, such activities can be hard to find. Whether you’re new to the Triangle Region or are visiting, here are some fun inclusive activities to see and do that the whole family can enjoy. Read more

Nine-Year-Old Cary Basketball Player Headed to National Competition

Cary, NC – At nine years old, Casey Mansfield has won multiple free throw competitions for his age group, including the statewide championship. Now, this Cary champion is headed to the national level, competing in a regional qualifier this weekend. Read more

Top National and International Players in Local Table Tennis Tournament

Morrisville, NC – Triangle Table Tennis in Morrisville will be busy as the venue hosts major events in the end of March for both national and international players. Read more

The Drone Flyer’s Guide to Cary

Cary, NC – Whether you call them drones, remote controlled helicopters or unmanned aircraft systems, they have grown in popularity in and around Cary in recent years. For anyone starting with their drones or looking to learn more, here is a guide to flying in Cary. Read more

Chinese Lantern Festival Adds 30,000+ New Visitors

Cary, NC – When the Chinese Lantern Festival first opened in 2015, the town was not sure what its impact would be. Now, after its second year, the festival has almost gotten 100,000 visitors and was responsible for Koka Booth Amphitheater’s first budget surplus. Read more

Cary Holding Event for Disabilities Resources

Cary, NC – For people who need resources related to disabilities, it can be difficult to know where to go, especially if they are new in town. But an event in Cary this weekend offers a “one-stop shop” for people with disabilities and their caregivers. Read more

Cary Inclusion Specialist Named Employee of the Year

Cary, NC – It’s almost the end of the year which means it’s time for Cary to recognize one of its staff members as Employee of the Year. And this year, it goes to someone who has worked to vastly improve the way the town works to provide opportunities and activities to people with disabilities. Read more

Cary Players Pick New Play for Annual Christmas Production

Cary, NC – Christmas plays are a tradition for most community theaters and Cary’s company is no different. This year the Cary Players are putting on a new production that blends their favorite elements of the holiday theater. Read more

Chinese Lantern Festival Expands in 2nd Year

Cary, NC – When the Chinese Lantern Festival first came to Cary, it made a bigger impact than anyone expected. Now in its second year, the festival is bringing some new elements to celebrate Chinese culture. Read more

Five Fun Ways to Exercise in the Summer

Editor’s Note: Dr. Kevin Prue, PT, DPT,  from Prue Physical Therapy & Sports Performance in Cary contributed to this article.

Cary, NC – It’s finally officially summertime! That means kids are home from school, vacations have been planned and productivity at work is probably going to decrease (not intentionally of course) as we try to enjoy the nice weather. The start of summer also means a new schedule to get used to for a few months, and this change in schedule can really hamper our regular fitness routine. Here are five fun ways to get a workout in during the summertime. Read more