Cary, NC – Now more than a quarter-century old, Spring Daze returns to Cary this weekend with new entertainment, artists and activities. Read more
Cary, NC – As part of repairs and maintenance to Town of Cary facilities, the Bond Park Community Center will be closed starting next week. Read more
Cary, NC – July 4 is always a big celebration in the United States and it’s no different here in Cary. So to plan out your Independence Day, here are some of the events going on around town. Read more
Editor’s Note: It’s a breathtaking sight to watch a large eagle soar over roads or lakes, and, lately, we’ve seen quite a few eagles during our commutes. Jessica, our assistant editor, recently saw two bald eagles fly over Lake Crabtree in Morrisville in a span of only two weeks.
We consulted our friend and bird-watching expert, David Lindquist, to learn why, where and when you can see bald eagles (fairly easily!) right here in Cary.
Cary, NC — In Cary, we can enjoy the recent arrival of Bald Eagles. They’re flourishing on our lakes and ponds, and the exhilarating sight of them can make our days. It’s now easy for Cary residents to drive or walk a modest distance and see eagles soaring in our skies. Read more
Editor’s Note: The weekly editor’s journal is a collection of photos, thoughts and events from last week that didn’t make it into stories of their own.
Cary, NC — My weekend in Cary consisted of outdoor music at Bond Park and Downtown Cary Food & Flea, a monthly Sunday afternoon festival in Ashworth Village. Read more
Cary, NC — On Friday, July 4, the weather was sunny and mild for Cary’s Olde Time Independence Day Celebration at Bond Park. Photographer Brooke Meyer was there to document the fun. Read more
Photos and run results courtesy of Fit & Able Productions.
Cary, NC- Over 200 Runners braved the cold for the 1st annual Fit & Able Productions and the Town of Cary’s Hot Chocolate Run and Doggie Dash. Read more
Cary, NC — Fred G. Bond was mayor of Cary from 1971 to 1983, during which time he oversaw significant expansion of the town. The foundations he put in place to accommodate population growth have shaped Cary into the desirable community it is today. Read more