Cary’s 2020 Zombiepalooza Starts Tomorrow

Cary, NC — The 5th annual Zombiepalooza screening party starts tomorrow featuring locally produced, zombie-themed short films.

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Development Updates in Downtown Cary

Cary, NC — The multi-million dollar developments, designs and upgrades to downtown Cary don’t happen without the stamp of approval from Ted Boyd, Cary’s Director of Economic Development.

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Downtown Rally for the Planet this Saturday

Cary, NC — This Saturday in Cary’s downtown park, local residents and Cary-based environmental advocacy groups will be gathering for a day of speeches, music and discussion.

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Canned Brews from Cotton House

Cary, NC — Since their opening a year and a half ago, Cotton House Craft Brewers has offered its brews exclusively from the taproom on Academy Street. That is, until now.

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Cary Public Art: Inspiration on Academy Street

Cary, NC — If you’ve walked the downtown area that lines Academy Street, you have likely seen, or even sat on, the incredible artwork of Seattle-based artist, Jack Mackie. Read more

Saturday at the Farmers Market

Cary, NC — Since moving to Cary in February, I’ve become a big fan of Saturday morning walks through the Downtown Cary Farmer’s Market.

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Protests & Unity in Cary

Cary, NC — “Hey-hey, ho-ho, racism has got to go.”

“No peace, no justice.”

“I can’t breathe.”

“Stand up, speak out.”

“Black Lives Matter.”

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Photos: Chalk Art Sparks Unity in Cary

Cary, NC — A Cary High School student created an event this week that brought together residents and Cary Police in a unified stand against racism and police brutality.

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Turning a New Leaf at the Mayton Inn

Cary, NC — The sale of the Mayton Inn was officially closed this week on June 2, 2020 with ownership now belonging to Academy Park Hospitality, LLC.

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Redevelopment Plans for Rogers Building

Cary, NC — Just across the tracks from the historic Page-Walker Hotel and a short walk from the Cary Theater is the Rogers Building on E. Chatham Street.

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