Cary News

June 4, 2014 10:06 AM

SolarBee project in Jordan Lake hangs on federal review

The state has paid about $400,000 for construction of 36 SolarBee devices, even though a federal review has temporarily delayed a plan to use them to stir the waters of Jordan Lake into cleanliness.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Outer Banks residents brace for Hurricane Maria 1:04

Outer Banks residents brace for Hurricane Maria

What to do after the Equifax data breach 2:20

What to do after the Equifax data breach

Megyn Kelly talks with female NC African-American police chiefs about having 'the talk' 0:34

Megyn Kelly talks with female NC African-American police chiefs about having 'the talk'

More NFL players sit, take a knee following Trump criticism 1:44

More NFL players sit, take a knee following Trump criticism

Protesters disrupt GOP health care hearing 0:21

Protesters disrupt GOP health care hearing

Bluegrass and baggage at RDU 1:06

Bluegrass and baggage at RDU

Green Hope boys soccer stays hot despite new roster 1:00

Green Hope boys soccer stays hot despite new roster

'It's not about disrespecting the flag,' Carolina Panther Julius Peppers says why wasn't present during anthem 2:34

'It's not about disrespecting the flag,' Carolina Panther Julius Peppers says why wasn't present during anthem

Solemn arrival at RDU Airport 0:56

Solemn arrival at RDU Airport

Should Selma Middle School stay in local hands? 0:55

Should Selma Middle School stay in local hands?

  • Cary neighbors speak out against rezoning for Habitat housing

    Residents around the Trimble Avenue area in Cary ask the town's Planning and Rezoning Board to deny a rezoning request for a 2.6 acre lot saying the planned affordable housing does not fit in with the neighborhood's density or appearance.