Crews are expected to begin work in the intersection of Chatham and Academy streets on May 16 in downtown Cary. All four access points to the intersection will close at 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and all day Saturday. Crews will reopen the intersection to traffic at 7 a.m. Monday through Friday and Sunday.
The 23rd annual Spring Daze Arts & Crafts Festival will kick off at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 30. Spring Daze features 175 North Carolina artists who have been selected to show off and sell their wares, as well as entertainment, food and more.
As part of its efforts to spruce up its downtown and make it more pedestrian- and development-friendly, Fuquay-Varina is in the midst of efforts to remove trees that lined Main Street for decades and replace them with a variety of new ones.
Apex girls lacrosse, who haven’t lost a home game all year and have six double-digit wins since a one-goal loss to Chapel Hill on March 16th, continued the hot streak Friday night and closed out the regular season by dominating Green Hope 21-9 at Cougar Stadium.
Fuquay-Varina approved a rezoning petition in late 2013 to allow a proposed mixed-use development. The town announced Monday that the project’s developer, Kenney Development, has said it’s ready to start work on the $50 million project.
The Wake County school system has extended the application deadline for the new Crossroads Flex High School in Cary by a week to May 6. The school will give students the flexibility to schedule a mix of online and in-person courses in the morning, afternoon or evening.
Fuquay-Varina girls soccer has been “using their heads” all season, relying on smart, savvy play and headed goals to down their opponents and Wednesday night was no different. The Bengals picked up their fifth win in a row, getting past Middle Creek 3-2.
Chef Robert Irvine, the host of “Restaurant: Impossible Ambush” surprised SiP Bistro owners Sarah and Justin Hummell in February. Crews revamped the Holly Springs restaurant in two days with $10,000. Two months later, Sarah Hummell shares her experience on the show.
The Town Council met Thursday, April 14, to discuss the draft budget, which includes input from the council’s March 9 budget retreat to craft several versions of the budget that took a variety of tax rates into account.
The Cary Town Council considered two projects at a quasi-judicial public hearing last week. One was for a public storage facility along N.C. 55. The other was to allow a 144-home subdivision with only one access.
Cardinal Gibbons’s Jim Mantyh now has a conference championship to call his own, having downed East Chapel Hill’s Thomas Wang in Wednesday’s PAC-6 tournament finals. Jordan’s Aiden O’Connell and Davis Cromer win the conference’s doubles crown.