Cary, NC — It was a high readership week for stories about new development news and local government. In case you missed them, here are the top 5 articles of the week.
Cary, NC — Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanzaa (or all of them!), here is a long list of events to consider adding to your seasonal celebrations in Cary.
Cary, NC — Fenton, the 69-acre mixed-use project on track for a first-phase opening in April 2022, is approaching the 90% leased benchmark with the addition of four new businesses.
The newcomer tenants — Vestique, Southern Tide, Archer Paper Goods and Club Pilates — will join a large mix of retail, restaurant and entertainment venues opening soon at Fenton.
Cary, NC — EchoPark, a national automotive company specializing in high-quality used cars, will be bringing new life to the vacant property at 2333 Walnut Street that once was the home to Crossroads Ford.
Cary, NC — In a public notice today, Representative Gale Adcock (D-NC41) of the NC House announced she will be running for the newly drawn NC Senate seat that represents western Wake County.
Cary, NC — This week we honored, celebrated and remembered our veterans.
Cary, NC — All due to the pandemic, this Saturday’s game was Justin Faulk’s first return to the PNC Arena since he was traded, and acknowledged a nice video of his play while a long time Hurricane. Faulker was a great Cane and it was good to see he has his career back on track, leading the Blues defensemen with 2 of the 3 goals they had as a unit.
Cary, NC — Today, through the Cary Chamber of Commerce, it has been announced that Garmin, an established Cary resident company, has decided to expand their footprint here in Cary by signing a 12-year lease.
Cary, NC — Before we sign off for this beautiful fall weekend, here’s a quick look through the top 5 most-read articles of the week in Cary.
Cary, NC — On Tuesday this week, the Cary Town Council met in front of about 100 residents and staff for their only meeting of November.
In the 2 and a half-hour meeting, the council hosted 3 public hearings, named the 2021 Hometown Spirit Award winner and approved the Cary Housing Plan unanimously.