Harold’s Blog: Tennis Championship and Chamber Banquet

Cary, NC — This week included several events.

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Top 5 Stories of the Week – September 17, 2021

Cary, NC — Our readers gravitated toward the latest local government news and development updates this week. Get caught up with what’s going on in Cary with these top 5 stories of the moment.

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Cary COVID Report – September 16, 2021

Cary, NC — Since we last reported on the status of the pandemic in and around Cary in July, masks mandates have returned and so too have increased levels of COVID-19 cases at the local, state and national levels.

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New Market Comes to West Cary this October

Cary, NC — Art-n-Soul NC is a pop-up market that features high-quality handmade, vintage and locally made goods that are all produced right here in the Triangle.

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Weekend Events: Harvest Fest & Good Shot Judy

Cary, NC — This weekend is all about entertainment and shopping a bounty of local harvest at Good Hope Farm.

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Photos: Glenaire Expansion in Downtown Cary

Cary, NC — The expansion of Glenaire, a continuing care retirement community in downtown Cary, has begun to take its shape and reach new heights — 6 stories to be exact.

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Town Council Approves 560-Unit Neighborhood

Cary, NC — The two biggest moves from last Thursday’s Cary Town Council meeting were the approval of a 25.99-acre neighborhood and the unanimous denial of rezoning for a dentist’s office in Wellington Park.

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Harold’s Blog: USA Baseball, Cary Developments & More

Cary, NC — Monday was Labor Day, so my activities started on Tuesday.

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Cary’s Rebranding Hits Final Stage

Cary, NC — In a work session of the Cary Town Council on Thursday, September 9, options for a new Cary logo and tagline were shown and discussed.

With no consensus made, there was not a vote to adopt any of the logo options, but Cary may have its new tagline — “Live Inspired.”

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Top 5 Stories of the Week – September 10, 2021

Cary, NC — With summer coming to an end this month and the feel of fall creeping in, it’s no wonder this week’s top 5 stories are mostly centered around outdoor events. Read more