Cary Pottery is firing up downtown. It’s a watershed moment for potter Kenneth Neilsen, but also for downtown Cary and the local arts community.
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It’s summer and that means thunderstorm and often unpredictable weather here in Cary. Within 10 minutes, various Cary outdoor activities changed dates and venues on several outdoor concerts. Here’s the latest.
May is shaping-up to be a busy month in Downtown Cary. Grab the family and come Downtown for Herbfest, National Train Day, the Wheels on Academy vintage car festival and lots more.
JustNeem, Inc., a company based in Downtown Cary has just announced that they will be moving to a larger location to after a large bump in sales following a product appearance on the popular Dr. Oz television show.
If you have recently driven into Downtown Cary from the west side of town, you have been sent on a detour through quiet streets you never knew existed. The Town is currently under construction on 2 roundabouts to eliminate the forks in the road at Old Apex and West Chatham, and at Durham Rd and East Chatham. When can drivers expect relief?
The Heart of Cary Association will be hosting its first “What’s Up? Downtown!” of the year THIS Thursday, February 21st, at Dorry’s Downtown Deli, 211 E. Chatham Street.
The Heart of Cary Association’s February 7th meeting will feature North Carolina State’s Athletic Director Debbie Yow.
Downtown, across from Cary Arts Center, is a 13-acre assemblage of land called The Opportunity Site. That’s because it represents a significant opportunity for the community to put something useful in that space. Now, plans are moving forward to seize the opportunity and create a downtown park.
The weather was perfect on Saturday for the Ole Time Winter Festival. Not wintry, mind you, but perfect. Crowds enjoyed the shopping, food and entertainment in Downtown Cary, and we’ve got the pictures to prove it.
Last year, we reported on six new businesses that opened in Downtown Cary in 2011. This year, a dozen more have opened their doors. In fact, this might be the most transformational year in more than a generation. Read on for our 2012 State of Downtown Cary.