Beyond Film Festival Moves to September

Cary, NC — The doors of the Cary Theater have remained closed for more than a month, but the planning and behind-the-scenes work have continued on.

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Harold’s Blog: Virtual Council Meeting, Reopening NC, Federal Update and More

Cary, NC — This week included my youngest daughter’s birthday and my anniversary. It is part of a six-day span where we celebrate three birthdays and my anniversary.
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Cary History: Former Cary Mayor Koka Booth

Cary, NC — Today we are diving into the CaryCitizen Archive to revisit a 2010 in-home interview with one of Cary’s most prominent leaders, Mayor Koka Booth.

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Cary Virtual Town Hall Next Thursday

Cary, NC – Town of Cary has announced a virtual Town Hall on Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 6:30 PM. 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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Strawberry Farms Open for Business

Cary, NC — Strawberry picking season is here and these four local patches have safe options in place for shoppers to enjoy picking their own or taking a to-go batch of farm-fresh strawberries.

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Ways to Celebrate Earth Day 2020

Cary, NC — Today, Wednesday, April 22, 2020 marks the 50th yearly celebration of Earth Day.

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A Kid’s Perspective of COVID-19

Cary, NC — In a time that has more than its fair share of opinions from adults, it is important that we also seek out the thoughts of our future leaders — the kids of Cary.

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Technology: Venmo for Boomers

Cary, NC – In our new COVID world, digital payment apps like Venmo have become much more popular. Here’s what you need to know to use Venmo. Read more

Hikes Near You in Cary

Cary, NC — Outdoor recreation, for now, is on the shortlist of things you can do outside the house during this pandemic.

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