SBA Helps Revive Small Businesses

Cary, NC — This month’s Cary Chamber Eye-Opener featured guest speaker Thomas A. Stith, District Director of the Small Business Administration.

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Wake County Daily COVID Report: May 27, 2020

Cary, NC —When is it safe to go out? That’s a question we’ve been asking ourselves here at CaryCitizen. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Week 10 of Closures, Virtual Meetings and COVID Updates

Cary, NC — This week was a typical week for being in a State of Emergency.

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Town Council: Land Annexed, Rezoned Along American Tobacco Trail

Cary, NC — The Cary Town Council gathered for their third virtual meeting of the month on Thursday, May 21, 2020 to vote on a rezoning, an annexation and to hear public comments.

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Gale Adcock: A Federal & Medical Update

Cary, NC — Gale Adcock, a Representative in the NC House and nurse practitioner of 33 years, shared her insights on the state’s COVID-19 response in yesterday’s virtual Business of Women speaker series hosted by the Cary Chamber.

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Gardening: Help Local Wildlife with a Pollinator Garden

Cary, NC — Many people, especially this Spring, are taking up gardening to add beauty to their homes or to find some relaxation. With a pollinator garden, you can have these same components in your life while also helping the environment.

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Harold’s Blog: Cary EMS Merger, NCDOT Suspension, Tax Rate and More

Cary, NC — This week was a slow week. We continue in a State of Emergency due to COVID-19 which means that all my ceremonial events are canceled.

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Redevelopment Plans for Rogers Building

Cary, NC — Just across the tracks from the historic Page-Walker Hotel and a short walk from the Cary Theater is the Rogers Building on E. Chatham Street.

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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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