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Terry and Toni Fuhrman of Cary announce the engagement of their daughter, Tori Fuhrman of Cary, to Chris McGee of Holly Springs.
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Several wrecks were reported overnight in the western portion of the Triangle, and officials in Wake County began responding to several wrecks before daybreak Raleigh police were responding to at least 11 wrecks at 6 a.m., including one on Interstate 40 West near Gorman Street that closed at least one lane of traffic.
RALEIGH, N.C. : February 2014 - Consumers and businesses need protection from so-called patent trolls that try to charge them high fees for using everyday office equipment, Attorney General Roy Cooper said Monday.
Wake County NCAE President Larry Nilles, left, stands with nearly 100 others giving Wake County School Board members a standing ovation after their passage of a resolution opposing the state's plan to offer pay raises to top teachers in return for them giving up tenure.
The Cary Town Council on Thursday unanimously approved a request by SAS to build a 247,000-square-foot office on 27 of its 300 acres near the intercharge of Interstate 40 and Harrison Avenue.
Officials in Cary and Morrisville say they are doing their part to help bring Google's high-speed Internet and TV service to town.
The Publix grocery store at Bradford, which will be the grocer's first location in the Triangle, is expected to open in late summer 2014.
Cary will host worship services throughout Lent at 117 S. Academy St., Cary. For the schedule and details, go to www.fumc-cary.org/Lent .
Elden B. Perry of 1208 Kirkwell Place was charged by Raleigh police Thursday with one felony count of voluntary manslaughter, according to an arrest warrant filed at the Wake County Magistrate's Office.
Cary's free Kite Festival is at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, March 22, at Fred G. Bond Metro Park, 801 High House Road.
He regularly picked up public records from Town Hall. He also wrote letters to the newspaper, often criticizing actions of the Cary Town Council.
Shabar Marshall, 17, pleaded guilty to 15 charges that could result in a lifetime prison sentence for crimes committed inside a Lane Street home on Jan. 7, 2013, and a Sherry Drive house on Dec. 30, 2012.
Being pushed by his son-in-law Tom Layne, Rusty Wagstaff gets a warm goodbye from doctors and nurses at Rex Hospital as he leaves for a medical facility in Chicago.
Site plans for a new 247,600-square-foot office building on SAS' campus off of Harrison Avenue will be reviewed at a quasi-judicial hearing Thursday night before the Cary Town Council.