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Economic Growth Steady According to Ted Abernathy at Cary Chamber

Cary, NC – At the Cary Chamber of Commerce’s annual economic update on Wednesday, October 30,  Economist Ted Abernathy stated thatCary’s economy is still progressing well despite news that jobs that drive an economy are fading in Wake County and around the state. Read more

Highway Improvements Imminent, RDU Changes Needed at Transportation Update

Cary, NC – Local business leaders and town officials got the latest information on transportation projects around Wake County, including the latest news about construction on the 540 beltway. Read more

Chatham Park Project Looking to the Future

Cary, NC – On Wednesday, June 5, 2019, Chuck Smith, VP of Planning and Development for Preston Development Company, gave members of the Cary Chamber of Commerce a sneak peek at Chatham Park, a project the company has spent the last several years planning in Pittsboro and Chatham County. Read more

Downtown Cary

Updates on Chatham Walk, Urban Place and More Downtown Developments

Cary, NC – Downtown Cary is quickly redeveloping and at a recent Cary Chamber of Commerce meeting, three developers talked about new plans, some of which are already under construction and some starting in the next 12 months. Read more

Cary Economy

Speculation on 2020 Economic Recession at Cary Chamber

Cary, NC – If the United States’ current growth continues until June 2019, the country will have its longest period of sustained growth in history. But with such long-term growth comes fears about when recession will hit again and that was the topic of this year’s Economic Forecast Breakfast at the Cary Chamber of Commerce. Read more

At Economic Talk, Cary and NC Continue Grow as Types of Jobs Continue to Shrink

Cary, NC – In 2018’s economic evaluation of Cary, the town and the state are doing much better than many parts of the country but the number of job sectors with growth are getting narrower and popping up in fewer counties. Read more

Aware Senior Care Earns Cary Chamber’s Top Small Business Awards

Cary, NC – Close to 10 percent of Cary’s population is over the age of 65 and this region has one of the fastest growing senior populations nationwide. Aware Senior Care has stepped in to address the need for more and better senior in-home care, which has led to them earning two top local awards for small businesses in 2017. Read more

Fenton

Details on Fenton Development

Cary, NC – When the Cary Town Council approved the rezoning for the Fenton mixed use district in the Eastern Gateway, councilmembers called it a historic moment. This week, business leaders from around Cary gathered at the Chamber of Commerce to learn the details of this massive project. Read more

Cary Entering Transformative Period, Says Mayor in Annual Address

Cary, NC – If 2017 was the year the Town of Cary voted to approve the Cary Community Plan, then 2018 is the year residents see that plan make an impact. This was the theme of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht’s annual State of the Town address as he said Cary is entering a transformative period. Read more

Cary Economy

Economist Explains Causes for Growth in North Carolina, Cary

Cary, NC – The United States is a few months away from having the longest growth period in national history. With this context, economist Michael Walden talked about the possible causes of current economic growth as well as potential risks on the horizon as he gave his yearly economic health report to the Cary Chamber of Commerce. Read more