Fest in the West: Western Cary’s Signature Festival

Cary, NC — Imagine a place where everyone in Cary is welcome. Now imagine that place filled with live entertainment, amazing food and yes, beer. Good news, you can stop imagining and start planning, because Fest in the West is back for its fifth year and the admission is free! Read more

Harold’s Blog: First Council Meeting of 2020, Lantern Festival and more

Cary, NC — This was my first busy week of the year. Read more

Cary Town Council: Townhome Development Approved, 311 System Up and Running

Cary, NC — Thursday’s regular meeting of the Cary Town Council was primarily focused on discussing the proposed annexation of properties on Roberts Road and Page Road to make way for the development of 99 townhome units. Other topics included the completion of the 311 system, the RDU quarry and further proposals to go to the planning and zoning board. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Cary’s Economic Forecast, Town Manager’s Report and More

Cary, NC — This is my first post in two weeks due to the holiday break. Most of that time was spent gathering information for my State of Cary address which I will deliver for the first time in late January. Read more

North Carolina Economy

Positive Trends But Lots of Unknowns at Yearly Economic Forecast

Cary, NC – In this year’s annual economic forecast for the Cary Chamber of Commerce, there are a number of positive trends across the nation’s economy but some big unanswered questions, both domestic and abroad, still make the future uncertain.

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Cary Town Council

Town Council Profile: Ya Liu

Cary, NC – Ya Liu is Cary’s newest Council Member, elected to District D in the 2019 municipal election. We talked with Liu about her priorities as a Council Member and what she’s learned about this new position. Read more

Downtown Cary

Harold’s Blog: Downtown Cary Photography, Mayors Meeting and More

Cary, NC – There were only a few activities this week as things wind down for the holidays.

Monday – Mayors Association

Monday I joined council members Smith, Yerha, and Liu as well as several Cary staff members at the Mayors Association holiday dinner in Wake Forest. All participants paid their way except the mayors whose dinner was included in their annual dues. There were about 150 people in attendance.

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Fenton

Business Bits: Fenton Businesses, Morrisville Sports and More

Cary, NC – There were several pieces of business news to end the year, including a number of new businesses announced for Fenton; a new sports facility in Morrisville; two new restaurants in The Shoppes of Kildaire and more. Read more

Flu Season

Flu Season Building Up This Holiday Season

Cary, NC – North Carolina is currently in the midst of flu season, with six deaths recorded this year, meaning this flu season is months earlier than previous years’. Read more