Wake County Daily COVID Report: May 27, 2020

Cary, NC —When is it safe to go out? That’s a question we’ve been asking ourselves here at CaryCitizen. Read more

Everyday Heroes: A Positive, Compassionate Paramedic

Cary, NC — One of Cary’s many healthcare workers during and well before the COVID-19 pandemic is 27-year-old Christian Bennett, a paramedic and field training officer with Cary Area EMS.

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Harold’s Blog: Week 10 of Closures, Virtual Meetings and COVID Updates

Cary, NC — This week was a typical week for being in a State of Emergency.

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Gardening: Help Local Wildlife with a Pollinator Garden

Cary, NC — Many people, especially this Spring, are taking up gardening to add beauty to their homes or to find some relaxation. With a pollinator garden, you can have these same components in your life while also helping the environment.

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Harold’s Blog: Cary EMS Merger, NCDOT Suspension, Tax Rate and More

Cary, NC — This week was a slow week. We continue in a State of Emergency due to COVID-19 which means that all my ceremonial events are canceled.

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Cary’s Rare and Unusual Birds

Cary, NC — We are still being asked to stay at home through additional weeks but thankfully there is so much to observe about birds. 

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Bill Fletcher: Challenges of Reopening Schools

Cary, NC — Bill Fletcher of the Wake County Board of Education shares the many questions that face the Wake County Public School System before reopenning and how Wake County parents can help find the answers.

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Virtual Happy Hour Music in Cary

Cary, NC — While music is known as the universal language, it has also become a universal coping mechanism for many during the pandemic.

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State Parks and NC Beaches Reopen

Cary, NC — As COVID-19 cases continue to slowly drop, so do the “Closed” signs and on the gates of public recreation hubs across the state.

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Harold’s Blog: A Week of Meetings, Repairs and Reopenings

Cary, NC — This week the council held its first business meeting in almost two months. Since we are still in a State of Emergency, some council members participated remotely.

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