Last week, The Cary Chamber of Commerce celebrated the seven businesses that occupy the Historic Heater Center with a Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony. All of the seven businesses are women-owned and operated.
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I’m really just a big kid. I love Halloween. I love candy. I can carve a mean Jack-o-lantern. My front yard looks like a graveyard. And I am one of the only “adults” in my neighborhood that still dresses up every year.
Cary Area Emergency Medical Services will be offering a free flu clinic November 5, 2011 to the public starting at 8:00 am and until the vaccine is no longer available. You must be 4 years old and above to receive the vaccine.
Dorcas Ministries and Wake Habitat for Humanity ReStore, two well known service organizations in Wake County, will be celebrating a Grand Opening together. This Saturday, October 1 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. the pair of non-profits take up residence at Cary Plaza, 187 High House Road.
In April this year, Scott and his partner started the Triangle’s first eco-friendly corporate transport company, EcoStyle. Already they have contracts to handle all the transportation needs of corporate clients like SAS, Dex One and The Umstead Hotel.
A one-of-a-kind benefit for The Lucy Daniels Center is taking place at The Umstead Hotel and Spa on Friday, September 23, at 6:30 p.m. Expressions. A Celebration of Food and Art., brings together fine cuisine and fine art.
I have an old desk chair and child-size beach chairs that we don’t use anymore. A perfectly good coffee machine and a never used Easy Bake Oven are just waiting for a new home. What’s in your closet?
Story by Leslie Huffman, photo by Hal Goodtree. Cary, NC – Back in 2007, the North Carolina General Assembly implemented the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS). Under this law, investor-owned utility companies in North Carolina (like Duke Energy) are required to meet 12.5% of their electrical needs through renewable energy sources. Now, […]
Natural disasters can bring out the best in people. It can also bring out the worst. Studies show a rise in certain types of scams following in the wake of hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes.
Sometimes a business starts with just a seed. An idea to create a quality product and at the same time make a positive change in the world. That is what Peter and Magda Radtke have done with their Cary-based company JustNeem.