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Barter Business Exchange February 6, 2014 - The Barter Business Exchange, Inc. is a network of business owners who help each other prosper by trading products and services within our communities to increase commerce and reduce cash expenditures. BBE has been in business since 1994 and we are the largest bartering network for business owners in North Carolina. We refer new customers to your

Restaurant of the Month

It’s A Grind February 3, 2014 - It’s A Grind is a specialty coffee house concept established in 1994 to provide high quality gourmet coffee, espresso beverages, better for you healthy cold drinks, a range of home baked foods in a comfortable, and a community-focused neighborhood environment. Our coffee houses are independent, well connected and free spirited. The environment indulges its guests

Chamber of Commerce

Cary Chamber of Commerce November 6, 2013 - For more than a decade, Cary has earned numerous awards for its high quality of life and thriving business community. The town is repeatedly ranked among the top regions in North Carolina to start a business, buy a house, raise a family and retire. While great location is something the Town just happens to have,

Cary News

Local news for Cary, NC continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

At a 10 a.m. press conference, Gov. Roy Cooper said since Monday crews have placed two million gallons of brine on state roads using 600 trucks and 5,000 tons of salt and sand. The North Carolina State Highway patrol said it has answered 700 calls for service and 546 calls for collisions across the Tar Heel State.

Posted: January 17, 2018, 9:42 pm

Chiesi , a Cary-based pharmaceutical company, reflects on its team's contributions in 2017 as part of the company's Chiesi in the Community corporate social responsibility program. During the 2017 calendar year, the company invested nearly $780,000 in corporate and employee donations in the local community.

Posted: January 16, 2018, 8:32 pm

After almost five years, workers are wrapping up the last phase of the Fortify project along Interstate 40 in south Raleigh. But the final touches have been delayed.

Posted: January 12, 2018, 6:35 pm

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Posted: January 12, 2018, 11:24 am

A former elections worker in Durham pleaded guilty to mishandling provisional ballots in a March 2016 primary. North Carolina state elections officials said what the worker did would not have changed election outcomes.

Posted: January 10, 2018, 10:18 pm

April Riley Bolejack passed away on January 5, 2018. Born in Cary, NC on July 3, 1947 to Robert and Frances Riley, April lived in Cary until her marriage to William Garland Bolejack in 1965.

Posted: January 9, 2018, 6:30 pm

Margarette Duncan Harris, 38, of 604 E. Park St. in Cary, was charged Sunday with assault with a deadly weapon. She remains in the Wake County jail under a 48-hour domestic violence hold.

Posted: January 8, 2018, 6:22 pm

Temperatures were forecast to sink back into the teens Saturday night, keeping a large part of the state locked in an icebox of much colder than normal weather. But lately, it's been cold enough to freeze the surface of lakes and ponds - something officials have advised people to avoid.

Posted: January 7, 2018, 12:40 am

One of the area's most attractive parcels, a large swath of land sandwiched between Pinehurst and Foxfire, is now in the hands of a conservation buyer who intends to preserve it for its natural beauty. The nearly 1,500-acre site, known commonly as Stonehill Pines, was purchased by Cary-based businessman Tim Sweeney for $6 million on Dec. 20. "I bought this land because it has a nice longleaf pine forest and was available for a reasonable price.

Posted: January 5, 2018, 11:56 pm

A Duke University scientist thinks cleaners, clothing and other products that people use may be feeding GenX-related chemicals into Jordan Lake and its feeder streams. The results are preliminary and based on small samples, but Nicholas School of the Environment professors Heather Stapleton and Lee Ferguson recently reported finding detectable levels of nine " perfluorinated chemicals " in water from Jordan Lake and in Cary, Chapel Hill and Durham tap water.

Posted: January 5, 2018, 7:17 pm

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Cary Articles

Barter Business Exchange February 6, 2014 - The Barter Business Exchange, Inc. is a network of business owners who help each other prosper by trading products and services within our communities to increase commerce and reduce cash expenditures. BBE has been in business since 1994 and we are the largest bartering network for business owners in North Carolina. We refer new customers to your
It’s A Grind February 3, 2014 - It’s A Grind is a specialty coffee house concept established in 1994 to provide high quality gourmet coffee, espresso beverages, better for you healthy cold drinks, a range of home baked foods in a comfortable, and a community-focused neighborhood environment. Our coffee houses are independent, well connected and free spirited. The environment indulges its guests
Cary Chamber of Commerce November 6, 2013 - For more than a decade, Cary has earned numerous awards for its high quality of life and thriving business community. The town is repeatedly ranked among the top regions in North Carolina to start a business, buy a house, raise a family and retire. While great location is something the Town just happens to have,
Ashowrth Drug Store - Cary NC Ashworth Drug Soda Fountain November 6, 2013 - An Historical Feature The Ashworth Drugs soda fountain has been an integral part of the store and downtown Cary ever since its opening. Soda Fountain specialties include: Homemade chicken, tuna and egg salads Fresh-squeezed orangeades and lemonades Cherry, vanilla and chocolate sodas Milkshakes and floats And the best Hot Dogs in town! Daily Specials Monday:
Doctors Weight Loss Center of Cary November 6, 2013 - Doctors Weight Loss Center of Cary is a physician-directed weight management system based on medical scientific principles that target the root causes of obesity and weight gain to achieve and sustain a healthy weight in the long-term.  Medical weight loss is designed to help any individual with his or her specific weight loss goals, whether
Divine Aesthetics Cary Spa Divine Aesthetics Spa Treatments July 19, 2012 - One of the best kept secrets in Cary is Divine Aesthetics, Inc a premier place for spa treatments.  Divine Aesthetics, Inc offers a variety of services including-personalized skin care, facials, airbrush tanning, makeup instruction, hair removal, chemical exfoliation, acne and anti-aging treatments, eyebrow and eyelash tinting and more.  Their services are provided in a private
Chef’s Palette Restaurant and Bar -The New Taste of Cary July 15, 2012 - As the beautiful town of Cary continues to evolve,  we are fortunate to have a beacon of great food, great friends, and great times all found in one location.  Chef’s Palette, conveniently located on the corner of Ten-Ten Road and Kildare Farms Road, is a locally owned restaurant and bar that features New South cuisine,

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