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Co-working emerging in southwest Wake

A group of professionals hopes to open a co-working space in downtown Cary, and Holly Springs town officials are negotiating with the owner of Mojo Coworking in Asheville to open a space in their downtown police station when police relocate later this year.

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Council funds west Cary park

The Cary Town Council on Feb. 12 unanimously agreed to pay $2.2 million to Fred Smith Company to build what will be known as Carpenter Park at the corner of Morrisville Carpenter Road and Louis Stephens Drive.

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Wake students to make up days on Good Friday, Saturdays

Wake County school board members backed the staff’s recommendation to hold classes on Good Friday, a Saturday in April and a Saturday in May. Administrators recommended those options over extending the end of the school year, adding 20 minutes to the day or cutting into spring break.

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March 4: Pet of the Week: Bonney

Get to know her: Bonney is a 10-year-old Himalyan cat with long fur who is very friendly and cuddly. She was rescued after being abandoned and has gained back the weight she once lost. She is diabetic and requires a shot twice a day, but she handles the shots without any issues and purrs afterward. She would do best in a quiet home.

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A reception for the artist Alfred “Alex” Gockel is 6-8 p.m. Thursday at Ashley’s Art Gallery, 701 N. Main St., Fuquay-Varina.

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Arts Notes

Cary Visual Art will accept applications for the Young Cary Artists Scholarship Program, offering $1,000 to up to eight award-winners, through midnight Friday, March 13.

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