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Canes Beat Rangers 3-2 In Opening Qualifier

Cary, NC — The Carolina Hurricanes gutted out a full team win in the first game of the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs, even though the NHL is calling these first series a Qualifying round.

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Harold’s Blog: Fair Housing, Project Updates and More

Cary, NC — The only scheduled meetings I had this week were staff meetings which were canceled.

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N.C. Eyes Hurricane Isaias

Cary, NC — A hurricane watch has been issued for the southeastern coast of Florida as Hurricane Isaias continues north from the Bahamas.

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Everyday Heroes: Finding Perspective on the Frontline

Cary, NC — When Parisa Rohani Carr got her Bachelor’s degree in Dental Hygiene in 2013, she couldn’t have imagined she would have one of the highest risk jobs in a global pandemic several years later.

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Sneak Peek: West Cary Wegmans

Cary, NC — By now you’ve surely heard that Wegmans is not only bringing one store, but two to Cary. The first, located at 3710 Davis Drive in West Cary, will open to the public on Wednesday, July 29, 2020 at 9 AM.

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Harold’s Blog: Cary’s Statement on RDU Quarry, Case Numbers and More

Cary, NC — This week included more activities than the previous two weeks.

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Town Council Prioritizes Green Space & Public Transit

Cary, NC — In their first meeting since June 25, the Cary Town Council heard the economic impacts of the pandemic on Cary, endorsed the creation of the Western Corridor for Wake Bus Rapid Transit and approved a permanent right-of-way closure.

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CEO Says RDU is Seeing “Sloppy, Sluggish Recovery”

Cary, NC — On Wednesday, July 22, 2020, the Cary Chamber hosted Michael Landguth, President & CEO of Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority in their monthly Eye-Opener series.

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Everyday Heroes: A Heart for Healthcare

Cary, NC — Rafael Otero is one of Cary’s healthcare workers, courageously spending each day in a high-risk field, dedicated to caring for others.

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Ashley’s Journal: Taking Pride in Cary

Cary, NC — Last month was Pride month and usually, it’s a time for many to show their connection to or support of the LGBT+ community.

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