For the first time ever, the 2020 Olympics will include BMX freestyle as one of its sports. In early October, Cary will host BXM athletes from around the world to compete and earn points for the Olympics.
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Opening right next to the new Cary Regional Library, soon Cary will have a new parking deck, for both public parking and library-dedicated parking.
Starting on Thursday, September 19, 2019, the North Carolina Superior Court will start hearing arguments in the lawsuit between the Raleigh-Durham International Airport Authority and groups and individuals opposed to a plan to lease 105.5 acres of land next to Umstead State Park to use as a quarry.
For the past few years, people from around the Triangle have come to Cary for the Dragon Boat Festival at Koka Booth Amphitheatre. This year, the festival has rebranded to reflect all of the communities and cultures participating in this annual celebration.
At the first Cary Town Council of September, the Cary Town Council took up a Public Hearing on rezoning for Cary’s Sri Venkateswara Temple and a large neighborhood in West Cary, as well as a vote on the Green Level Destination Center rezoning for 70 acres of office, commercial, hospital and residential uses.
Cary, NC – For a person with a disability, finding job opportunities or finding a supportive work environment can be difficult. But a café and bakery opening in Cary in 2020 is aiming to do just that, with jobs and workplace development for people with a variety of disabilities.
Citizens packed the Cary Theater to hear Town Manager Sean Stegall talk about the proposed Cary bonds and what they will finance, from the Downtown Cary Park to multiple road widenings to preserving open space in town.
Downtown Cary is getting a new restaurant, dedicated to breakfast, as the owners of Crosstown Pub and Grill open Daybreak next door to their current store.
This weekend, veterans and their family members will come to Downtown Cary to meet face-to-face and talk with officials from Veterans Affairs (VA) to discuss what benefits they are owed, in North Carolina’s largest Veterans Experience Action Center.
To kick off a series of public talks in Morrisville, North Carolina Senator Wiley Nickel (D-Wake) spoke at town hall and took questions from the audience, with most attendees asking about gerrymandering, the potential “RDU quarry” and Medicaid expansion.