SBA Helps Revive Small Businesses

Cary, NC — This month’s Cary Chamber Eye-Opener featured guest speaker Thomas A. Stith, District Director of the Small Business Administration.

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Redevelopment Plans for Rogers Building

Cary, NC — Just across the tracks from the historic Page-Walker Hotel and a short walk from the Cary Theater is the Rogers Building on E. Chatham Street.

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Bakery in Cary Featured in Film Festival

Cary, NC — Once in a Blue Moon Bakery in downtown Cary is the subject of a 1-minute short film featured in the virtual Clean Shorts Film Festival from May 1-3, 2020.

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Mayton Inn Sold, Buyer Says it Will Remain Hotel

Cary, NC — What started as an exciting and hopeful “Downtown Cary Renaissance” building ended up sold in bankruptcy court on April 22, 2020.

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Thanks to This Week’s Advertisers

 

Cary, NC – We’d like to thank this week’s CaryCitizen advertisers and ask you to patronize them if you are able. Read more

Economist: NC Could Be Winner Post-COVID

Cary, NC — In the Cary Chamber of Commerce virtual Eye-Opener event Wednesday morning economist Dr. Michael Walden of NC State provided his take on the COVID economy, how long it will be affecting us and what to expect in Cary going forward.

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Free Signs Boost Community Spirit

Cary, NC — In a time where his own small business is facing economic hurdles in response to the pandemic, Neal Sugarman knew he had to do something to help fellow business owners.

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Cary Business Adapts

Cary, NC —  The Cary Chamber of Commerce has created a live document where citizens can see the latest updates on Cary businesses and how they are adapting to the new normal surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Business Bits: Boutique Moves to Mayton Inn, E-Sports Center To Open in Waverly Place and More

Cary NC — If you are a coffee lover, a shopper, a dog owner, a candy lover or a gamer, you’ll be happy to hear about these new businesses coming to Cary.

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Town Manager Gives Update on Indoor Sports Complex

Cary, NC — Cary’s proposed $193 million multipurpose indoor sports complex has moved closer to fruition this week as partial funding for the development has been approved by Wake County Commissioners and Raleigh’s City Council. I sat down with Town Manager Sean Stegall Tuesday to hear more about the planning process and what Cary citizens should know about the project.

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