Decoding the Current State of Cary's Housing Market: Insights from Real-World Examples
In the past two years, the entire country has been seeing unprecedented growth in the housing market. Home prices were dramatically increasing, rent was skyrocketing, and houses were not staying on the market for more than 3-4 weeks.
Cary to Host First Public Meeting on Proposed Indoor Sports Complex: Here's What to Know
On Wednesday, January 25th, a Public Meeting will be held at the Herb Young Community Center to discuss The Centre, a future multi-story indoor sports complex. The meeting will take place from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM, with a presentation from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
Public Reception at Town Hall to Welcome New Cary Town Council Member Ryan Eades To Take Place Thursday, January 26th
On Thursday, January 26th, Ryan Eades will take the Oath of Office and officially join the Town Council of Cary, representing District D. A public reception will occur at 5:30 PM at Town Hall, in which all citizens are welcome to join.
Looking for a unique physical challenge in Cary? Try the North Cary Park Climbing Boulders
North Cary Park, located at 1100 Norwell Blvd, is home to a playground, access to beautiful trails that go all the way down to Lake Crabtree, volleyball courts, and more. One amenity, however, sticks out as a unique feature that isn't available in any other Cary park, and that is the climbing boulders.
Cary Resident Faces Up to 20 Years in Prison for Running Ponzi Scheme
56-year-old Kumar Arun Neppalli of Cary, NC has been arrested after being indicted on 23 counts of wire fraud. Allegedly, Neppalli told people of his community, both in-person and over the telephone, that he was seeking investors for a real estate project in Orange County, NC. Neppalli would collect money from unsuspecting victims under the false premise of investing in real estate and use that money to pay back earlier 'investors' with interest. This endless cycle is known as a "Ponzi" scheme and typically ends with the leader of the Ponzi scheme disappearing with the money collected by victims.
Annual Prescribed Burn of Hemlock Bluffs to Occur Between Now and April
Each year, a prescribed burn occurs at Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve in a supervised section of the preserve. It has been announced that this year's prescribed burn will occur sometime between now and April.
White Oak Creek Greenway Offers Around 7 Miles of Pure Cycling Bliss
Photo byJames TulianoCary has an excellent reputation for well-maintained public parks and elaborate greenway systems. Over 80 miles of greenway trails run through the town, connecting different parts of the community. Each greenway is paved, which makes it easy for walkers, joggers, and cyclists alike to utilize each trail.
Cary, NC Residents: Watch Out for Parking Lot Dent Scammers
Residents of Cary are being warned to be on the lookout for a potential scam involving someone approaching them in a parking lot and offering to fix a dent in their car. According to a report on the Nextdoor app by Richard P., he was recently approached by a man driving a black SUV at the Harris Teeter parking lot off of High House Rd. The man, who identified himself as "Paul," offered to fix a dent in Richard's car for a fair price. After the transaction was over, Richard realized that he had been scammed.
Downtown Farmer's Market Confirmed to Move to New Downtown Park in Cary, NC
The Downtown Farmer's Market in Cary is preparing for a big move this summer to the new Downtown Cary Park. The market, which has been a staple in the Cary community since 1996, is set to relocate to the new park once it opens, providing more space for vendors and customers, as well as being in the center of all of the new activities that the park will bring.
Swift Creek Loop Trail at Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve Re-Opens After Boardwalk Replacement
The Swift Creek Loop Trail at Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve in Cary, NC has recently re-opened after being closed since late November 2022. The closure was necessary to replace the boardwalk, which had become a potential safety hazard for visitors due to deterioration and wear and tear.
Former Cary Mayor Harold Ritter Passes Away at 89, Current Mayor Issues Statement
Harold Ritter, former Mayor of Cary from 1983 to 1987, passed away peacefully in his home on December 31st, 2022. Ritter was a beloved and dedicated public servant who made significant contributions to the town of Cary during his time as mayor. He was known for his strong leadership, his passion for his community, and his commitment to improving the lives of those he served.
Wake County Libraries Extend Opening Hours
Starting this week, all libraries in Wake County, including the Cary Regional Library, will extend their hours to better serve the community. Patrons can now visit their local library from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM on Monday through Thursday, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Friday and Saturday, and 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM on Sunday.
7 Famous Celebrities You Didn't Know Were From Cary
Cary might not be Hollywood, but it has produced its fair share of celebrities. From actors and actresses to singers and athletes, there are plenty of famous people who hail from Cary.
Cloudy Tap Water in Cary Caused by Cold Weather, Town Officials Say
Residents of Cary may have noticed that their tap water has been looking a bit cloudy lately. Don't worry, this is completely normal and safe to use!. According to the Town of Cary, the consistent cold weather is causing tiny air bubbles to form in the water, which is what is causing the cloudiness. These air bubbles are completely harmless and will dissipate after a minute or two of letting the water sit.
Cary Residents Invited to Share Input on New Community Centers
Cary, North Carolina residents have the chance to have their input heard on the services and amenities they would like to see in new community centers in the town. The Town of Cary has launched a survey for residents to share their opinions on what they would like to see in the new centers.
Ride Through Winter: Tips for Staying Warm on Cary's Greenway Trails While Cycling
As the winter months approach, it can be challenging to stay warm while cycling in Cary, NC. However, with a few adjustments to your cycling routine and the right gear, you can stay comfortable on your bike all winter long.
Experience the Unique and Social Dining of Seol Grille - An All-You-Can-Eat Korean BBQ Restaurant in Cary
Looking for something new and unique for dinner? Seol Grille, an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ restaurant where you cook the food yourself at the table, might be your new favorite destination.
Staying Safe While Walking in the Dark: Tips for Cary, NC Residents
Walking outside at night can be a daunting experience, especially in Cary, NC, where the streets may not always be well-lit (looking at you, Tryon). As we enter the winter months and the amount of daylight decreases, it is important to take some simple precautions while going on your daily walk. Here are some tips for staying safe when walking in the dark in Cary:
Black Bears Have Been Spotted in Cary - Here’s What To Do if You Encounter One
Numerous reports have stated that black bears have been spotted in Cary, NC, near the Kildaire Farms Racquet Club. Many pedestrians walk along the paths and lake near the area, which could result in a dangerous situation if they accidentally encounter one of these potentially dangerous animals.
Park Feature: North Cary Park
While Cary is known for its extensive park system, North Cary Park is a local favorite thanks to its easily-accessible trails, a large number of amenities, and its close proximity to Lake Crabtree.