Cary, NC — In 2015, the American Legion Department of North Carolina began staging what it called Veterans Benefits Action Centers throughout the state. Lucky for Cary, a similar effort is happening right here at American Legion Post 67 in Cary.
Cary, NC — This week’s most-read stories had to do with travels, trees and a few local happenings. Let’s take a look.
Cary, NC — Each year during the month of February, the Town of Cary celebrates the contributions of African American individuals to the local community and beyond.
Cary, NC — With 6 more weeks of winter forecasted by Mr. Groundhog yesterday, it’s a great time to think about bundling up with a warm drink in hand to enjoy some of the best stargazing of the year.
Cary, NC — From musical talents and fun community outings to the start of Black History Month celebrations, here are a few things to put on your calendar this weekend.
Cary, NC — It’s been a bitterly cold last few weeks for local farmers and their crops, but thanks to greenhouses, there will still be a selection to shop from each Saturday of February at the Cary Downtown Farmers Market.
Cary, NC — If you’ve heard the phrase “My Tree, Our Tree” around town, it refers to a Town of Cary program that offers free, native trees to Cary residents who will take them home and plant them.
Note: Participation in this program is limited to Cary citizens.
Cary, NC — Wednesday morning at Prestonwood Country Club, Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht presented his 15th annual State of Cary address to a packed ballroom of Chamber members.
Cary, NC — In looking at the stories our readers gravitated toward the most this week, it was a unique surprise to see the number one story is a story from June 2021 on Downtown Cary Park.
Cary, NC — The long-awaited tradition of Cary’s daddy-daughter dance is back in person this year at Herb Young Community Center in Downtown Cary. If you’re wanting to take part, make sure to register by February 1, 2022.