Lyman Collins joined the Town of Cary as cultural arts manager in 1999 and after 20 years, he is now retiring. Collins looked back on his history with the town and his role as an arts evangelist.
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Throughout 2018, the Town of Cary surveyed residents about uses for three historic sites before unveiling their uses earlier this year. Now, repairs and interpretations are starting soon to prepare these buildings for their new life in Cary.
Cary’s first brewery is expanding with a new event space, including a taproom serving beers and ciders not available before.
Anjappar Chettinad Restaurant has only been in Cary for a year but they have already expanded with more seating, a private dining space and a special authentic Southern Indian dining experience to celebrate their anniversary.
Within a few years of opening, Bond Brothers Beer Company’s taproom became one of Cary’s most popular destinations. Now, work is underway to open a second location, with more storage and new kinds of beers.
At the latest Cary Town Council meeting, Town Council heard the latest amendment proposal for SearStone’s Phase II, held the Public Hearing for the upcoming bond referendum, looked at a new rezoning plan for the Twyla Road area and also recognized the North Carolina Courage’s various successes.
Cary, NC – The Town of Cary selected William Lewis, executive director of the Piedmont Council of Traditional Music, Inc. or PineCone, to take over as the town’s cultural arts manager, replacing Lyman Collins who is retiring after 20 years.
Cary is getting a new fried chicken sandwich restaurant, backed by the branding of Triangle restauranteur and James Beard Award-winner, Ashley Christensen.
Hyperloop transportation boasts airplane-like speeds at train-like costs, all without immediate pollution or emissions. Local leaders in both government and business gathered in Cary to hear a presentation and see if the state that was first in flight will be first in loop.
Over the past few years, there have been numerous plans for changing the layout of Cary Towne Center, and all of them have kept Dillard’s standing. Now that’s set to change as the Southern department store announces it is closing this year.