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  1. Town Council Updated on County Landfill Operations

    Wake County officials continue exploring how to minimize odor from the South Wake Landfill while visualizing how tree-planting could change the view over 20-30 years as the landfill height rises. Read on...
  2. Farmers Market Opens 10th Season on Saturday, May 7

    The nationally-recognized Holly Springs Farmers Market opens its 10th season downtown Saturday, May 7 with strawberries and other seasonal produce, all-natural meats, free-range eggs, honey, flowers, bath and body products, and more. Read on...
  3. Town of Holly Springs Receives Five Excellence in Communications Awards

    The Town of Holly Springs was among 14 North Carolina governments to earn recognition in the Ninth North Carolina City & County Communicators’ Excellence in Communications Awards with two first place and three second place awards. Read on...
  4. Join the Police in Supporting the Special Olympics

    The Holly Springs Police Department is participating in the 2016 North Carolina Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run and raising donations for Special Olympics North Carolina. Read on...
  5. Council Amends Golf Cart Ordinance Inspection Requirement

    The Holly Springs Town Council made it easier for golf cart owners to comply with the town ordinance regulating golf carts driven on neighborhood roads. Read on...
  6. Calls for Home Security Systems Not from the Town

    If you receive a recorded telephone message recommending installation of a home security system, understand that the caller is not the town of Holly Springs. Read on...
  1. May 2
  2. Holly Springs High School Marching Band Color Guard Tryouts

    If you love to perform, dance and challenge yourself and want to learn how to toss a flag and rifle, Holly Springs High School Color Guard is for you! Come out and meet new friends and be a part of an amazing color guard. The group performs with the marching band during the fall at competitions and football games. The school also has a Winter Guard program. No experience necessary. Please come dressed in movable clothing and sneakers.
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  1. May 3
  2. Carolina Puppet Theater presents The Gingerbread Man

    The Carolina Puppet Theatre is an enchanting puppet experience creatively entertaining audiences with high energy antics. Using a variety of puppet styles, the characters come to life with engaging personalities and close interaction with the audience. The many hand crafted puppets, from Bartlet the superstar to space ships and aliens, are only the beginning of the experience of getting to know a "real live puppet."
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  3. Technical Review Committee

    The Technical Review Committee meets as needed the first Tuesday of each month.
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  4. Town Council Meeting

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  1. May 7
  2. The Farmers Market | Opening Day Season 10

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  3. Wake Tech v. Catawba Valley Community College (Double Header)

    Wake Tech Men's Baseball
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  4. Holly Springs Kiwanis Kids Appreciation Day

    14th annual festival hosted by Holly Springs Parks and Recreation and Kiwanis Club of Holly Springs. Features bounce houses, games, contests, giveaways, raffles, mascot appearance, local celebrity appearances, a silent auction, and free food for the kids. Terrific Kids and Terrific Teachers are recognized and rewarded. Sponsorship and proceeds go to fund the event to keep it free for all kids as well as the general fund for Kiwanis Club philanthropic activities.
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  1. This Week in Government
    Town Council Meeting | May 3, 7 p.m.
    The Holly Springs Town Council meets Tuesday in the Town Hall Council Chambers. Meeting agenda »

    Farmers Market Opens | May 7, 8:30 a.m.
    The Holly Springs Farmers Market opens for the season. More info »