What is the American Tobacco Trail? It's 22 miles of trails running from Cary to Durham - the trails are built over an old abandoned rail road track that…
The newest extension of the current I-540 will be a North Carolina Toll Road called NC-540 - it will be Cary's first toll road. Construction is underway to extend the…
A tremendous amount of attention is focused on Haiti right now as they recover from the massive earthquake. People are scrambling trying to find a way they can help…
Cary residents have the luxury of enjoying a high quality of life - which includes living in a Town of 140,000 people and not worrying much about crime - at least major crime - that's why the news this week of several home break-ins while the families where home sleeping is big news & disturbing - the break ins occurred in the Lochmere area of Cary - a large planned unit development with lakes, walking trails, golf course etc (also home to yours truly). Below is the press release from the Town of Cary - I usually do not cut and paste a blog post but with this I'm making an exception: ___________ Town of Cary Police Department Seeks Help in String of Home Burglaries FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 12, 2010 CARY, NC – The Town of Cary Police Department is asking citizens for their help in locating suspects involved with recent home burglaries. During the overnight hours of January 10, 2010 and January 12, 2010, suspects gained entry into three occupied homes in the Lochmere area of Cary. Stolen property includes televisions, purses, wallets, electronic equipment and jewelry. No one was harmed during the robberies. “How or if these burglaries are related is still being investigated, but what we can say for sure is that it’s a very serious concern for us any time break-ins occur while families are sleeping, and we need everyone’s help in protecting against these criminals,” said Captain Mike Williams.
Hope Community Church opened it's doors on Christmas Eve for 4 identical worship services. No fish, but over 5,000 people attended the services. The 1,500 seat auditorium was nearly packed…
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Hope Community Church Presents Their Christmas Production this week with 6 Performances!
Thursday, December 10, 7:30 pm - FULL (no tickets remaining)
Friday, December 11, 7:30 pm - FULL (no tickets remaining)
Saturday, December 12, 4:15 pm - FULL (no tickets remaining)
*Saturday, December 12, 6:15 pm - FULL (no tickets remaining)
Sunday, December 13, 9:30 am - FULL (no tickets remaining)
*Sunday, December 13, 11:30 am - FULL (no tickets remaining).
Interpretation for the hearing impaired during the Sunday, 11:30 a.m. service.
*Please note that services with an asterisk begin 15 minutes later than their
usual start time to accommodate the performance weekend.
You are invited to come anyway. Here's how seating will work at each performance. Those with tickets
will be seated first (general seating). Five minutes prior to the start of each performance, a 5-minute
warning will be given which explains that all unoccupied seats are now released for general seating
whether ticketed or not. There will also be overflow seating in the chapel via live video feed. We will
do our best to locate seating for everyone.
CQ Press, who publishes the annual City Crime Rankings just released their annual report - the Town of Cary received the following distinguished rankings: Safest Municipality in North Carolina for…
The Town of Cary announced today plans for a public meeting to discuss a new intersection design for the intersection of Cary Parkway & High House Road. Town of Cary…