Downed power lines closed Chapel Hill Road where it crosses NW Maynard for much of the day on Monday.
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Cary, NC – The Downtown Cary Children’s Museum (DCCM) needs your help this weekend in the making of a Pepsi Refresh video.
The Fine Arts League of Cary (FALC) is seeking entries for its 2011 Juried Painting and Sculpture Exhibitions. Show awards total over $4000.
Story by Peter “Coach Pete” D’Arruda, RFC, President of Capital Financial Advisory Group and the host of Coach Pete’s Financial Safari on WPTF, WEEB and WFNC. The average college student today is almost certain to leave their university with student loan debt – in fact, they are more likely to leave with debt than they […]
There’ll be a fancy-dress competition in which everyone who has come in costume is invited onto the stage to show off their fantastic tailoring skills.
On Friday, Cary Police Officer Chad Penland was making a routine traffic stop near the corner of NC55 and Morrisville-Carpenter. But a collision between the motorcycle patrolman and an oncoming vehicle almost ended in tragedy. Now the Cary PBA is seeking your help.
This weekend, there’s music in the air across Cary as we highlight some memorable events you won’t want to miss.
Ever want to get behind the scenes at the Cary Police Department? The Town of Cary offers a free program called the Citizens Police Academy and it’s accepting enrollment now through August 10, 2011.
Talent scouts from American Idol were at Cary Towne Center on Saturday. 500 people were reported to have shown up for the one-minute-apiece audition.
Get out your Uncle Sam hat for 5 musical events, 2 major sporting events, seed spitting, donut eating a fishing contest and fireworks. It’s all part of Independence Day in Cary, NC.