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On Sunday, it will be ten years since the awful events of September 11, 2001. Here are three musical events in the area that may bring a measure of comfort to all those who still feel the pain.
Read & Feed is one of our favorite Cary groups. They’re having a Back to School Bash on Friday September 16, 2011 to help raise money for the program.
Photographer Tom Mousseau shared these volleyball pictures from a match last week between the Cary High Imps and the Apex Cougars.
On Saturday, September 3, children with disabilities will take a break from life in the city while participating in a special Miracle Day at Green Acres Farm in Cary. Players and families of the Miracle League of the Triangle will receive free admission to the farm and corn maze.
As summer slowly unwinds, it’s time to think about Labor Day. Whether it’s an outdoor movie, an outdoor concert or an outdoor sporting match, the Cary Calendar has lots to do over the long holiday weekend.
This week, photographer Clint Slusser joins the Wide World of Cary Sports team with coverage of Panther Creek (1-1-0) triumphing over Sanderson, 50-0 on Friday night.
I’ve brought in the plants, stocked up on food and filled the bathtubs with water in preparation for Hurricane Irene. Now here are some things you can do to be a good neighbor before, during and after the storm.
Plans are afoot to study a new system to aerate parts of Jordan Lake, saving money and boosting aquatic life.
In the latest computer models, Hurricane Irene, now a Category 3 storm, has tracked slightly to the east, lessening chances for a direct strike on North Carolina.