Cary, NC – Sometimes you bring your A-game with just about everything going your way and you still lose. That’s what happened to the Canes when they ran into future Hall of Famer goalie Henrik Lundqvist, who was a wall as the Canes fell 4-2 in a contest they dominated and easily had possession 75 percent of the time in the first period.
Cary, NC – For the past five years, Headliners barbershop has been hosting conservations between Cary police officers and members of the African-American community to improve relations. These talks coincide with the events in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014, and this weekend, the discussions at the barbershop will center around Ferguson and what has happened in the five years since, with Ferguson’s new police chief sitting in. Read more
Morrisville, NC – The 2019 Morrisville municipal election saw two changes to its Town Council, as a vacant seat was filled and a new candidate defeated a two-term incumbent to take the seat. Read more
Cary, NC – It’s finally starting to feel like Autumn, so keep warm during this cool weather with events all across Cary. That includes the ACC Women’s Soccer Championships here in Cary, plus the Triangle Chili Challenge, holiday kick-off events and more. Read more
Cary, NC – Construction on the intersection of E Chatham Street and Walker Street started this week and will block one of the major entrances into Downtown Cary until mid-November. Read more
Cary, NC – Halloween only ended a few days ago so it’s already time to start planning for the holidays. Here is a list of all the holiday events in Cary and Morrisville this year. Read more
Cary, NC – On Sunday, November 3, 2019, the Cary Regional Library had its ribbon-cutting ceremony, officially opening the new library up to the community. Read more
Cary, NC – This week was mostly ceremonial since several meetings were cancelled.
Monday – School Robotics
Monday I met with the First Lego League Robotics team about issues related to the environment. They created a plan and a model for Carpenter Park to include items like solar power, rain barrels for water, and trees to shade for play structures. It is so very encouraging to have youth at this age focusing on ideas that will make their community better. This type of engagement is what makes our community great. Thanks to the youth for visiting and sharing their ideas. They plan to meet with our Parks Director next.
Cary, NC – Any fans who saw the Carolina Hurricanes play at home this weekend saw an unforgettable marathon of a match where the Canes won in triumphant fashion, which may have drained some of their energy as they lost another long game against the New Jersey Devils the next night. Read more