Harold’s Blog: Census Day, COVID-19 Updates and More

Cary, NC — This week things began to settle down as most people got used to the new norm of being in isolation.

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Cary History: Catherine Page

Cary, NC — Much has been written about Cary’s founder, Allison Francis “Frank” Page — deservedly so. But it seems that we know less about his wife, Catherine, or Kate. Read more

Tax Season Postponed by Pandemic

Cary, NC — In light of current events and potential financial difficulties caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has postponed the 2019 federal income tax filing and payment deadline until July 15, 2020.

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Cary’s Fitness Scene Adapts

Cary, NC — Fitness in Cary has experienced a significant turning point following COVID-19 related closures. We’ve compiled a few tips and resources on what this new age of fitness looks like from a handful of Cary gym owners and Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht.

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Virtual Passover 2020

Cary, NC — This year, Passover starts after sundown on Wednesday, April 8, 2020. For Jewish families accustomed to getting together for a Seder, here are some resources to continue the traditional family meal in the age of Coronavirus. Read more

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 History: Walter Hines Page

Cary, NC — Today, we’re diving back into the archives for the story of Walter Hines Page, eldest son of Frank and Kate Page, and perhaps the most famous person born in Cary. Read more

How You Can Support CaryCitizen

Cary, NC — As the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the country, CaryCitizen made a decision to stay open and keep publishing. People have asked us how to show their support. Here’s the answer. Read more

Staying Busy: My COVID-19 Garden

Cary, NC – Since I’m stuck in the house 24/7 (mostly), I decided to grow an early spring kitchen garden in a few pots and planters.

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Food For Cary Citizens in Need

Cary, NC — While schools and many businesses remain closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these are some of the available resources for free food assistance in Cary and Wake County.

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