Ashley’s Journal: Demolition of Old Cary Library

Cary, NC — I took a Saturday afternoon walk around the downtown area and noticed that what was once the Cary Library was now a pile of debris and bent metal.

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Canes’ Mistakes Contribute To 3-2 Loss to Avalanche

Raleigh, NC — Mistakes happen in every game throughout the year but they hurt more when in the thick of vying for a playoff spot.

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Harold’s Blog: Corona Virus Precautions, Old Library Demolition, 2020 Census and More

Cary, NC — This week was one of the lightest weeks since I have been mayor mainly because everyone is preparing for the council-staff working retreat next week.

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2020 Primary: Early Voting Soon to Close, Election Day is Tuesday

Cary, NC — Friday and Saturday are the last days to take part in Early Voting as the official 2020 Primary Election is coming up on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. Here’s what you need to know to be prepared in Cary.

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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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March 2020 Shows at The Cary Theater

Cary, NC — The Cary Theater has a jampacked March showcase full of amazing live shows, award-winning films and even a free afternoon movie for the Town of Cary’s Arbor Day Celebration.

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Nonprofit Gives Children and Adults with Disabilities the Chance to Play Baseball

Cary, NC — Founded in 2005, the Miracle League of the Triangle is a nonprofit organization providing individuals with special needs the opportunity to play baseball.

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Weekend Events: Leap Day, Mardi Gras and More

Cary, NC — As always, Cary will be a hub of live performances, films and food trucks this weekend. Take the opportunity to support a local business or organization by taking in a show, drinking a pint or stopping in at a local farmer’s market.

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Canes Lose the Game, Ayres Wins the Crowd

Raleigh, NC — After winning a storybook game in Toronto 6-3 with EBUG (emergency back up goalie) David Ayres and all the trades on Monday, the Hurricanes, fell to a better Dallas Stars team by the same score of 2 weeks ago, 4-1 in front of another almost sellout, loud, crowd.

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Local Producer Talks Debut of Documentary, “Shaw Rising”

Cary, NC — Hal Goodtree, who many may know as our CaryCitizen publisher, is also an internationally celebrated producer, best known for his work in commercials for organizations such as the NFL, the New York Times and more. This Thursday marks another highlight of his career as his second long-form documentary, “Shaw Rising,” premiers on UNC-TV.

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