Cary, NC — Pizza is one of those foods that bonds together with our memories. It’s the food that’s shared at a childhood birthday party, it’s the comfort food that makes a rough day better and it’s an expression of a family’s heritage. Whether it’s New York-style, a Chicago deep-dish or a secret Italian family delicacy, pizza tells a story.
Cary, NC — As springtime makes its 2020 appearance, you may be in the market for some discounted designer threads or pre-owned furniture pieces to liven up your closet and your home. These thrift shops, all located in Cary, just might have the perfect find you’ve been looking for.
Cary, NC — The Taylor Family YMCA off of SW Cary Parkway is raising funds to bring a new permanent, indoor aquatics center to Cary with construction coming in Spring 2020. Dubbed the “Dick and Jean Ladd Aquatics Center,” the indoor pool facility is designed with the purpose of giving access and opportunity for the community to swim throughout the year.
Cary, NC — As the weather slowly but surely warms up, the events in Cary are starting to embrace the elements. This weekend, get outside to take in a season-opener soccer game, a food & flea market and if you’re really feeling fit, put on your running shoes for the Get Your Rear in Gear Race.
Cary, NC — I took a Saturday afternoon walk around the downtown area and noticed that what was once the Cary Library was now a pile of debris and bent metal.
Cary NC — If you are a coffee lover, a shopper, a dog owner, a candy lover or a gamer, you’ll be happy to hear about these new businesses coming to Cary.
Cary, NC — As always, Cary will be a hub of live performances, films and food trucks this weekend. Take the opportunity to support a local business or organization by taking in a show, drinking a pint or stopping in at a local farmer’s market.
Cary, NC — Hal Goodtree, who many may know as our CaryCitizen publisher, is also an internationally celebrated producer, best known for his work in commercials for organizations such as the NFL, the New York Times and more. This Thursday marks another highlight of his career as his second long-form documentary, “Shaw Rising,” premiers on UNC-TV.
Cary, NC — It wasn’t a “Snowmageddon” but it was fun last Thursday, February 20, to see the white stuff falling from the sky and realize that the kids would be out of school and that the pace of life would slow down for a day. Friday dawned bright and sunny which caused most of the snow to melt by late afternoon, meaning that if you wanted to capture the beauty, you needed to get out early. Our writer, Ashley Kairis posted some beauties on Friday evening, and we encouraged our fans to post their photos to our social media pages. Published here are some of the best from the submissions we received. Thank you all for posting!
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Snow Day Photos
Most photographers captured the spring flowers under a blanket of snow, their pets the streets and their homes. No snowmen this year!
This was a late February snow and chances are we won’t be seeing any more of this type of precipitation for at least 10 months. But it was fun while it lasted.
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