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#SaveCaryCitizen: One Week In

Cary, NC — Last week, CaryCitizen launched an online fundraising campaign to help ensure a bright future for community news in Cary.

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Capri Flavors, Cary’s Italian Market

Story originally published on FoodCary.

Cary, NC — I was speaking with a friend who’s lived in Cary for many years and we landed on one of my favorite topics, Italian food. It’s my go-to cuisine for a romantic dinner on the town or for homemade recipes with flavors that are deeply rooted in tradition.

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GoFundMe Video: Save CaryCitizen

Cary, NC – On Monday, July 27, 2020, CaryCitizen launched a GoFundMe campaign to support the publication through the pandemic crisis. Today, we’re sharing a video featuring longtime reader and contributor David Lindquist on why he supports CaryCitizen and community news. Read more

Fenton: Six-Story Apartment Plans

Cary, NC — Last week, developers of the 69-acre mixed-use development known as “Fenton” released plans and renderings for what the multifamily apartment area will look like once constructed.

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Business Bits: Mayton Inn Shifts Ownership, New Businesses in Cary

Cary, NC — The last time we did a rundown of business news and openings in Cary was in February, better known as pre-pandemic times. Today, our monthly series makes its triumphant return.

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Amazon Picks Cary

Cary, NC – On Monday, the Cary Chamber of Commerce announced that Amazon has selected Cary for a new delivery center. Read more

The Adaptability of Cary’s Commercial Real Estate

Cary, NC — In the Cary Chamber‘s June Economic Development Meeting, three local experts chimed in on the current state of the commercial real estate market and how it might look different in the future.

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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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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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Thanks to This Week’s Advertisers

 

Cary, NC – We’d like to thank this week’s CaryCitizen advertisers and ask you to patronize them if you are able. Read more