Guide: New Year’s Eve 2013 in Cary


Cary, NC — Have you already made your plans for New Year’s Eve? If you feel like going out and not playing host to your own shin-dig, then check out CaryCitizen’s guide to happenings here in Cary. Read more


Corn Mazes & Halloween Fun in Cary


Cary, NC- From Harvest Festivals to hayrides, we’ve got you covered with our Guide to Corn Mazes and Halloween Fun in Cary. For additional info, keep up to date by visiting the CaryCitizen Calendar of Events. Read more


Fall Planting Guide 2013 – Part 1

fall-planting-guide-2013Cary, NC — We’ve made some adjustments to our Fall Planting Guide for 2013 to reflect the cooler, rainier weather we’ve had in Cary this year. Get out your gardening gloves for a compendium of flowers, vegetables, shrubs and ground covers for your Fall garden. Read more

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Restaurant Guide: Stone Creek Village

stone creek village cary ncCary, NC- At Stone Creek Village in Cary, you can stop by for some dessert, a snack, a quick bite, or a nice, relaxed meal. Good people watching, too. Read more

2013 Jordan Lake Boat Rentals


Cary, NC – Memorial Day is this weekend. Big thanks to our friend Julie Roland in Pittsboro for updating her Jordan Lake Boat Rentals story for 2013. Read more

CaryCitizen Worship Page


Cary, NC – CaryCitizen is pleased to announce the publication of our Worship Page. This is the seventh directory in the Cary Guides section of the website. Read more

Spring Fashion III: Consignment Shops


Story and photos by Lindsey Chester, a 15-year veteran designer of women’s sportswear

Cary, NC- In my previous Spring 2013 Fashion Reports I have focused first on what the fashionistas were saying was coming, and then I hit the area indy boutiques to see what they were actually selling. In this installment I visited the local consignment stores to see how they interpreted the trends for women who want designer fashion on a budget. Read more

St. Patrick’s Day: Irish Pubs in Cary


Cary, NC – When you come from New York City, you think that St. Patrick’s Day is a crazy celebration with public drunkenness and a parade through town that leaves the average worker vowing to stay inside for lunch on March 17. But here in Cary, the revelry is decidedly more civilized. Look for these local pubs to fix you up with some excellent grub, fine Irish entertainment and a pint or two. Read more