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New Transit Meetings Look for Public Input on Buses

Cary, NC – One year ago, a majority of voters in Wake County approved the county Transit Plan, with new sales taxes and registration fees put in place to raise money for mass transit projects. In new public information meetings this week and online, the county is looking for public input on what form new mass transit, particularly bus transit, should take. Read more

Cary Train Station Earns Top Amtrak Station Ranking

Cary, NC – Going back for nearly a century, the train station and train tracks have been critical for Cary’s Downtown. This year, the Cary Amtrak Station has the highest customer satisfaction rating in the country, beating out more than 450 Amtrak stations nationwide. Read more

Photos: Truck Day 2017

Cary, NC – Bright Horizons held their “Triangle Truck Day” fundraiser this past weekend and we were able to get some photos of this big event. Check out some of our photos below. Read more

Cary Ranks in Top Ten for Quality of Life Nationwide

Cary, NC – Unlike data such as unemployment or home prices, quality of life is something difficult to nail down, though it is just as important to towns and cities. But a new study attempts to rank Cary’s quality of life and puts the town as one of the country’s best. Read more

Bright Horizons Holding Fundraising Family Event

Cary, NC – For more than 15 years, the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children has assisted at-risk families and children around the country, with locations in the local area. To help raise funds for the organization, there will be a family event with donation opportunities in early November. Read more

Photos: Tour de Cove

Cary, NC – This past Saturday, October 7, 2017, many people from around the community gathered for the Tour de Cove event, to raise money for medical costs for Lori Cove.

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High House Road/Cary Parkway Intersection Plans Delayed as Town Looks for New Bids

Cary, NC – Plans to redesign the High House Road/Cary Parkway intersection have been around since 2008 in Cary, but a recent setback in contractor bids will delay start on the intersection’s expansion until at least Spring 2018. Read more

State of Morrisville Looks at Problems Associated with Fast Growth

Cary, NC – Wake County now has more than one million people living here, and while that means economic opportunities, it also presents many challenges for limited land and resources. This year’s State of Morrisville discussion centered on town and county officials talking about these challenges and potential solutions. Read more

New Funding Accelerates Morrisville Transportation Projects

Morrisville, NC – From working on Morrisville-Carpenter Road to widening NC-54 to a series of changes to McCrimmon Parkway, there is a lot of roadwork planned for Morrisville and increased funding from the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) will see those expanded and accelerated. Read more