Cary News: Obituaries
Cary News: Celebrations
Only 17 percent of Cary’s land is undeveloped, which means adding more apartments and condos and redeveloping shopping centers.
TJ Cawley was first elected to the Morrisville Town Council in 2013. He has been at odds with Mark Stohlman, who was elected mayor the same year, about a variety of issues.
Restaurant News & Reviews
Chef Paul Zoccola renamed Morrisville restaurant Lubrano’s and has added a modern twist to the menu, in addition to keeping traditional Italian dishes.
Searches of 56 people on probation or parole this week led to 41 arrests in two days in Wake County, state officials said Thursday, June 29, 2017.
Pro’s Epicurean Market & Cafe opened June 26, 2017, in downtown Cary. Owner Richard Procida retired from a newspaper career to open the Italian- and French-inspired restaurant.
The Cary Town Council adopted a $311 million budget on Thursday, June 22, 2017.
The Trimble Avenue case’s framing as an affordable housing issue irked some of Cary’s council members, who said it was their job to consider the prospect of development without taking Habitat for Humanity’s involvement into account.
The Cary Town Council approved a rezoning request brought by Habitat for Humanity of Wake County on Thursday, June 22, 2017.
Authorities closed southbound U.S. 1 near U.S. 64 in Cary, NC, for a time Wednesday morning because of a tractor-trailer wreck.
La Farm Bakery is opening its new production facility at 220 W. Chatham St. in Cary, June 15, 2017. Customers can buy baked breads and pastries.