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Wine shop now artists’ studio

By David Leone WAKE FOREST — Artist Andrew Thomasson shares an apartment with several roommates, so making room to paint can be a challenge. “I [constantly] have to put my stuff away,” he says. So the oil painter is delighted to now be working in a large new space he shares with...

Wake County gets new manager

By Juliet McDonald RALEIGH — Wake County commissioners met March 17, to officially announce the unanimous decision of James K. Hartmann as their choice for the new county manager. Hartmann begins his official employment with Wake County April 14. Board Chairman Phil Matthews said...

Scrapbook meetup

WAKE FOREST — Scrapbookers are invited to Scrap Happens Night tomorrow (Friday) from 5 to 10 p.m., at the Renaissance Centre, 405 S. Brooks St., in downtown Wake Forest. Scrappers of all levels will gather with friends, gain inspiration and create projects. Tickets are $10 per...

Youngsville showcases business

Youngsville Area Business Association held their business Expo Thursday, with more than 45 area businesses and nonprofits represented. Here, attendees were treated to hotdogs and loads of sweets from Hampton Village Apartment Homes while also getting information about the homes...
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Channeling adolescent road rage

At times, driving can invoke anger in even the most patient of people. Playing video games can be a safe way to relieve that built-up tension. The racing genre in particular is a common way to work out that frustration. If you have a Nintendo Wii U, then I have a title worth...
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Business can be fun, too

A+ Event Rentals brought its Trivia Game to the combined Wake Weekly and Wake Forest Historical Museum Business After Hours at the museum March 20. Above, Wake Forest Mayor Vivian Jones, left, and Sherry Forbes get into the fun. (More photos at WakeWeekly.com)

Grant requests sought

WAKE COUNTY — The Board of Directors of the Wake County Community Foundation is accepting grant requests for community projects, according to Howard Wasserman, grants committee chair. The foundation’s community fund provides annual grants for nonprofit organizations serving...

Join the 4-H fun

FRANKLIN COUNTY — Youths ages 5-19 are invited to participate in Franklin County’s second Livestock FUN Show May 16 at Double D Equestrian Center, 733 Egypt Church Road in Louisburg. Rabbits, poultry, goats, cattle and sheep will be shown and judged according to N.C. 4-H...
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Couple celebrates 40th

WAKE FOREST — Donald and Maria D’Agostino, of Wake Forest, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary March 30. Originally from New York, they have lived in North Carolina since 1995. The couple has two daughters, Suzanne D’Agostino, of Wake Forest, mother of their...