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Town Council Discusses Logos, Redistricting & Housing in Cary

Cary, NC — Last Thursday, the Cary Town Council convened for back-to-back meetings.

The first was a work session at the Cary Police Department and the second was a regularly scheduled council meeting in the Town Hall Chambers.

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Harold’s Blog: Public Safety, Meetings & Planting Trees

Cary, NC — This week the council held a work session and its last regularly scheduled meeting of September.

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Cary Hosts 7th Annual Triangle Oktoberfest Next Weekend

Cary, NC — Next weekend the Triangle’s largest Oktoberfest event will return to Koka Booth Amphitheater.

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2021 Registration Now Open for Cary Teen Council

Cary, NC — The Cary Teen Council is an organization for middle and high school students who love to make a difference in their community through volunteer service.

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Town Council Approves 560-Unit Neighborhood

Cary, NC — The two biggest moves from last Thursday’s Cary Town Council meeting were the approval of a 25.99-acre neighborhood and the unanimous denial of rezoning for a dentist’s office in Wellington Park.

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Harold’s Blog: USA Baseball, Cary Developments & More

Cary, NC — Monday was Labor Day, so my activities started on Tuesday.

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Cary’s Rebranding Hits Final Stage

Cary, NC — In a work session of the Cary Town Council on Thursday, September 9, options for a new Cary logo and tagline were shown and discussed.

With no consensus made, there was not a vote to adopt any of the logo options, but Cary may have its new tagline — “Live Inspired.”

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Harold’s Blog: Lazy Daze, Public Safety & Cary 101

Cary, NC — Other than meetings, there was not a lot going on this week.

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Park After Dark Returns to Downtown Cary September 8

Cary, NC — The green space at the Old Cary Library site along S. Academy Street will once again host a Park After Dark next Wednesday, September 8, 2021.

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Join Cary’s 9/11 Day of Service Next Weekend

Cary, NC — During this 20th anniversary year since the tragedy of the 9/11 attacks, the Town of Cary is hosting a 9/11 Day of Service, allowing area residents to support their local first responders.

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