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Cary Academy sophomore Jonathan Avery won the 100, and the Chargers' 4-by-800 relay team of Abby Staker, Morgan Goetz, Emma Astriker-Davis and Hanna Goetz also captured a title. Comment?
From left, Jeff Hastings, Apex Festival Commission chairman; Blain East, Apex Festival Commission marketing representative; and a volunteer group from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at Apex Peakfest. Comment?
Overeaters Anonymous, a 12-step program for people who suffer from compulsive overeating, anorexia, bulimia and other food/eating issues, meets from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. every Monday at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 600 Walnut St., Cary. Comment?
Major construction on the section of Interstate 40 that runs through Cary is set to begin in late 2014 and wrap up in August 2016. Comment?
Cathy Berger and Chris Haynes, both of Cary, explore a new segment of the finally finished Black Creek Greenway on Wednesday, May 15. Comment?
Lauren Butler, a voter in Morrisville, gets frustrated when she hears people say they have a district representative on the Town Council. Comment?
Some might say an amazing burst of flavor in every bite. And they will both be featured at Saturdays East Meets West food festival in Morrisville. Comment?
The Boulevard, an ambitious project planned for Cary's eastern edge, is dead in the water after a contentious 4-3 veto by the Cary Town Council on Thursday night. Comment?
When we moved to Cary in 1979, it was known for its family values. Over the years Cary has also been particular about colors of buildings and homes, billboards, etc. Comment?
A Cary man who had been charged with acting as a pimp and forcing two women into sexual servitude pleaded guilty Monday to a single lesser charge of soliciting sexual servitude from an adult. Comment?
The old theaters crown didnt come down easy. The distinctive crest atop the former Galaxy Cinema yawned and creaked as the cranes tore at it from different angles, then finally fell at 4:30 on Tuesday afternoon. Comment?
At first glance, it looks like a simple glass Coke bottle. But a closer look reveals a hole at the bottom, a painted plate glued underneath and a chain attached to the bottle cap. Comment?
Cary has famously grown into a place where everyone seems to be from somewhere else. Comment?
A recent News & Observer editorial seemingly endorsed Carys recent downtown development projects and plans to spend millions of dollars by arguing that Cary is a populous city of some means but lacks an urban hub It urges Cary to follow Raleighs example of implementing a fun urban revitalization plan. Comment?
The memorial sculpture "Heroism and Sacrifice" as seen during the Memorial Dedication of the Fallen Firefighters Foundation at Nash Square Saturday May 6, 2006 In Raleigh, N.C. Comment?
The Green Chair project is open for appointments on Tuesdays, Thursdays and the first and third Saturday of the month. Comment?
More than 150 junior tennis players converged on Chapel Hill Country Club last weekend for the annual Club Junior Championships, with several local entrants surviving storms and extra play to emerge as champions. Comment?
Durham School of the Arts was the top school in the state and the Triangle, ranked 176 nationally, in the U.S. News & World Report's 2013 Best High Schools list released Tuesday. Comment?
While state Rep. Paul Stam has a bill in the legislature that might keep some drivers from paying tolls to the N.C. Turnpike Authority, he also has a tip that might drum up more turnpike business from toll-paying drivers. Comment?
Dr. Kristen Fritz, right, addresses concerns about high blood pressure and dental work with patient Barbara Mason of Raleigh, lower left. Comment?