Wake County Commissioner John Burns speaks to the Garner Town Council on Feb. 9. Commissioners are scheduled to consider adopting a memorandum of understanding with the Register of Deeds on Sept. 18.
Wake County Commissioner John Burns speaks to the Garner Town Council on Feb. 9. Commissioners are scheduled to consider adopting a memorandum of understanding with the Register of Deeds on Sept. 18. Aaron Moody amoody@newsobserver.com
Wake County Commissioner John Burns speaks to the Garner Town Council on Feb. 9. Commissioners are scheduled to consider adopting a memorandum of understanding with the Register of Deeds on Sept. 18. Aaron Moody amoody@newsobserver.com

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  • The Triangle's most elaborate holiday lights display

    The Chinese Lantern Festival at Koka Booth Amphitheater in Cary, NC treats visitors to hundreds of larger-than-life holiday lanterns made up of over 15,000 LEDs including a dragon, dinosaurs and spinning pagodas.