Category: Quality of Life

Midtown Farmers Market is a North Hills must-do

Posted on 05/05/11 No Comments

Now in it’s fourth year and open between April and November each year, the Midtown Farmers Market sets up every Saturday in the paved enclave known as the Commons at North Hills.

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Triangle and North Carolina may have seen foreclosure peak in 2010

Posted on 04/27/11 No Comments

A reduction in the number of foreclosures in the state is a great thing for home buyers and sellers.

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Triangle comes together after rare storm outbreak

Posted on 04/25/11 No Comments

It’s neat to live in an area so often labeled as one of the best places to live in the country because of the home prices, weather and job market. But sometimes, we’re glad to live here for different reasons.

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Cary’s Spring Daze arts festival celebrates North Carolina’s best

Posted on 04/20/11 No Comments

Part of what is so great about this event is its local focus, featuring artists and performers only from North Carolina.

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Raleigh is the nation’s most sustainable mid-size city

Posted on 04/13/11 No Comments

Cities in the Triangle just can’t seem to stop winning national recognitions.

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I-540 Tolls and home buying convenience

Posted on 04/11/11 No Comments

Toll roads can be controversial. However, we need to look at this development with perspective.

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Downtown Cary has new advocate

Posted on 04/06/11 1 Comment

Gawf’s presence in the Triangle is impressive. He has held and implemented similar plans in places like Boulder, CO, Palo Alto, CA and Scottsdale, Arizona, each considered some of the best places to live in the nation. Just like Cary.

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UPDATE: North Carolina Azalea Festival lights up Wilmington

Posted on 04/04/11 No Comments

Darius Rucker and North Carolina’s The Avett Brothers will play at the 2011 North Carolina Azalea Festival in Wilmington this week.

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UPDATE: US Men’s National Soccer team back at Cary’s WakeMed Soccer Park

Posted on 03/18/11 No Comments

If the weather holds up like it has been and you like soccer, then work should definitely take a back seat to national soccer for an afternoon or two.

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Great weather, St. Patty’s and college hoops call for outdoor bars and patio restaurants

Posted on 03/17/11 No Comments

Even if you’re not out to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Raleigh, the weather is so darn nice that it just begs for at least a couple of hours to be spent at an outdoor eatery

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