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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Town Council Approves 5 Rezonings

Cary, NC — Last night on Thursday, May 7, the Cary Town Council returned to the virtual meeting world. This meeting involved more voting and official business compared to last week’s virtual Town Hall featuring COVID-19 discussions.

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A Food Delivery Driver’s COVID-19 Experience

Cary, NC — The foodservice industry has been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic. On the frontlines between our local restaurants and Cary customers are the food delivery drivers.

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North Carolina’s Phased Re-opening Plan Explained

Cary, NC — As we move toward the end of the stay-at-home tunnel, North Carolina will be transitioning to its new normal in 3 gradual stages.

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Ashley’s Journal: Birds in my Backyard

Cary, NC — Someone recently asked me, “What is something that was always there before the pandemic that you didn’t notice until staying home?” After a moment of thought, I answered “the birds.”

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Harold’s Blog: NC on Track for Phased Re-Opening, Cary’s First Virtual Town Hall and More

Cary, NC — This week was the first time the council held a meeting in about two months and it was a historic event.

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Scholarship Open for Graduating High Schoolers

Cary, NC — Applications are now being accepted for the 2020 Friends of the Page-Walker Scholarship, a one-time grant awarded to a high school senior residing in Cary.

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Remembering and Celebrating Cinco de Mayo

Cary, NC — The holiday which usually gives reason for Americans to enjoy tacos and margaritas is commonly misinterpreted as a Mexican Independence Day. Instead, it is the celebration of the Mexican Army’s unlikely victory in the May 5, 1862 Battle of Puebla against the French.

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Volunteers Bring Internet Access to Wake County Students

Cary, NC — With NC schools closed through the end of the academic year, reliance on technology for virtual learning is at an all-time high.

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