There were several pieces of business news to end the year, including a number of new businesses announced for Fenton, a new sports facility in Morrisville, two new restaurants in Shoppes at Kildaire and more.
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Microsoft is expanding their Morrisville office with 500 new jobs over the next four years, investing $2.1 billion in exchange for more than $14 million in economic benefits.
Christmas is getting closer and closer, and the events in Cary this weekend reflect that, with lots of Christmas and other holiday events across town, including performances of the Nutcracker, holiday films and concerts, and more.
The new decade starts off with a bang at the Cary Theater, with several high-profile independent films playing, as well as new documentaries and live performances in January.
If you’re looking to celebrate the end of 2019 and the start of 2020, here is a list of events going on in Cary and around the area.
This weekend is full of more Christmas and other holiday celebrations, including the Cary Christmas Parade, the White Christmas sing-along and more, plus the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship College Cup and other activities.
People may think spicy food is best for the cold weather, when really, you need something warm and hearty to help you power through the Winter months. A lot of chili can make you feel heavy and sluggish, so here’s a special recipe for a chili that is both filling and light, with plenty of flavor too.
This time of year is packed with different holidays and get-togethers, so mix it up with some seasonally and thematically appropriate cocktails. Here are some ideas for different holidays and occasions.
Cary has its annual big Downtown Christmas celebration this weekend, with Santa’s Workshop, the Victorian Christmas at the Page-Walker Center, all culminating with the tree lighting. Also this weekend, you can see the Cary Players’ new production and the Cary Community Choir holds their 49th performance of Handel’s “Messiah.”
This month, there were several pieces of news about major plans for new businesses, including a second Hobby Lobby, the redevelopment of the Morrisville Outlet Mall into an office campus, the Wake Competition Center opening its first facilities and several new restaurants announcing their arrival.