This weekend’s performance of Handel’s “Messiah” is the Cary Community Choir’s 49th, and this year, the choir will perform for the first time with Pepper Choplin as their director.
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Donna Fender is one of Morrisville’s newest Council Members, winning a special election in November 2019 to fill the vacant District 2 seat. We talked with Fender about why she wanted to run and what her top goals are as a member of Morrisville’s Town Council.
A student at Davis Drive Middle School won an online art competition for her interpretive illustration of “Electricity.”
Anne Robotti is one of Morrisville’s newest Council Members, winning the District 1 seat in the November 2019 election. We talked with Robotti about why she wanted to run, what her priorities are and what she hopes to do in town government.
This week’s Cary Town Council meeting saw the presentation of this year’s Hometown Spirit Award, as well as a Public Hearing on a proposal to rezone land off of Green Level Church Road for townhomes and a vote to appropriate the money for the Downtown Cary Park.
Cinnaholic opens its first Triangle store in Cary this year, using all plant-based ingredients to create tastes that appeals to vegans and non-vegans alike.
In only five years, the North Carolina Chinese Lantern Festival has become a nationally and even internationally-known attraction in Cary. Each year brings totally new handcrafted lanterns and this year takes that even further, with a major change to the iconic dragon.
Thanksgiving is one of the biggest travel days of the year, which typically means more demand for gasoline. This year, with a mix of seasonal and market factors, prices have dropped drastically right before the holiday.
More than one in five Cary residents were born outside the country. In Morrisville, the figure is closer to one in three. For immigrants who want to apply for naturalized citizenship, a workshop in the Triangle helps people through their paperwork and applications, all free of charge.
The Pugh House is arguably the key historic property in all of Morrisville, and after an exterior renovation last year, the decision now falls to Town Council of what to do with this nearly 150-year-old house.