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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Money Matters: 5 Common Investment Mistakes

Cary, NC — Only about 17% of American workers say they are “very confident” they will have enough money to live comfortably throughout retirement.

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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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Town’s First Virtual Council Meeting

Cary, NC — For the first time in 10 weeks, the Cary Town Council held a public, yet virtual, Town Hall meeting on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

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Bakery in Cary Featured in Film Festival

Cary, NC — Once in a Blue Moon Bakery in downtown Cary is the subject of a 1-minute short film featured in the virtual Clean Shorts Film Festival from May 1-3, 2020.

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Mayton Inn Sold, Buyer Says it Will Remain Hotel

Cary, NC — What started as an exciting and hopeful “Downtown Cary Renaissance” building ended up sold in bankruptcy court on April 22, 2020.

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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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