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Films@TheCary: A Ghost Story
10/19/2017 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
TISAC Cross Country Conference Meet
10/19/2017 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Old Reedy Creek Road Trailhead Opening Celebration
10/19/2017 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Nine Nominated for Cary's Hometown Spirit Award
Nine Caryites have been selected as nominees for the Town of Cary’s Hometown Spirit Award, the most ever since the award’s inception in 2009. The 2017 Hometown Spirit Award nominees are:
- Ralph & Daphne Ashworth: Founders of the iconic Ashworth’s Drugs
- Caitlin Burke: Environmental Advisory Board member
- Lindsey Chester: Co-founder of CaryCitizen.com
- Al Cohen: Founder of International Diversity Summit
- Nathaniel Greene: Founding member of Northwest Cary Community Connection
- Guy Mendenhall: Former Athletic Director at Cary High School
- Tru Pettigrew: Charter member of Building Bridges group
- Becca Smith: Organizers and volunteer for numerous community events
- Mia South: Founding member of Northwest Cary Community Connection
Read the news release.
Learn more about the Hometown Spirit Award Nominees
Get details on the Hometown Spirit Award
View the Past Hometown Spirit Award Winners
Old Reedy Creek Road Trailhead Adds More Parking, Amenities along Cary's Greenways
The Town of Cary continues to enhance its expansive greenway system with the Old Reedy Creek Road Trailhead, featuring 82 parking spaces, restrooms, a small shelter with tables and a grill, Cary’s first bike fix-it station and a drinking fountain with a bottle filler and pet dish. On Thursday, October 19 from 4-7 p.m. the Town of Cary Greenway Committee, representatives from East Coast Greenway, and Wake County Parks, Recreation & Open Space will be answering questions about the new trailhead and the surrounding parks and greenways that crisscross the community.
Cary in the News
3 Tips to Help Small Cities Make Connected Tech Possible - StateTechMagazine.com
IT leaders and elected officials from three towns embracing connected tech offer advice for those looking to follow in their smart city footsteps.
Leaders in Cary's government have talked about being a Smart City in the past. A new initiative Cary is joining will follow those principles as Cary aims to better use its data to accomplish tasks and address concerns.
CIOs at Sprint, Cary, Xylem and other leading organizations are spearheading digital initiatives to drive business growth. These digital transformation examples detail IT leaders' strategies, implementations and challenges.