An initial plan for a second Wegmans grocery store was OK'd by the Town of Cary and could be open by late summer 2019. The 130,000 square-foot store would be on the southeast corner of Davis Drive and Airport Boulevard in western Cary.
John Hansen and Ethan Hyman Video courtesy of Wegmans
Second Wegmans plan approved in Cary
Polio virus trial shows promise for brain cancer
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Shoplifting becoming more sophisticated and organized
Raleigh hosting construction job fair
Apple unveils iPhone X and Face ID technology
Carvana online auto retailer debuts car "vending machine" concept in Raleigh
Metropolitan parking deck demolition
NC mega health care partnership by the numbers
UNC Health Care joins with Charlotte’s Carolinas HealthCare
CEOs say partnership will enhance healthcare in NC
CEOs describe health care partnership as a 'marriage'
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This 2013 video shows Stephanie Lipscomb, who was the first person injected with the polio virus treatment, which shrunk her tumor down to the size of a pea. Lipscomb is healthy and continues to do well according to Duke.
Carvana is known as the Amazon of car sales, shipping autos directly to customers' homes. The company also operates fully automated car "vending machines" at select locations where customers can pick up their cars in person.
UNC Health Care, the Triangle’s largest health care provider, is partnering with Charlotte-based Carolinas HealthCare to create one of the largest nonprofit healthcare networks in the nation, employing some 90,000 people and running more than 50 hospitals.
It took hammers, knives and a forklift, but the brewers at Bond Brothers Beer Co. eventually managed to get the agave they needed to make a new beer that's being released Wednesday at the Cary brewery, in partnership with Raleigh's Gallo Pelon mezcal bar.
Tim Smith, co-founder of Preston Development Company, says after 13 years of planning and purchasing 140 parcels in Chatham County, Cary-based Preston Development Company is ready to give people a place to live on what will one day be the 7,100-acre, mixed use development called Chatham Park.