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  1. Snow Chance Prompts Early Garbage Pickup Friday

    Waste Industries will begin collecting garbage and recycling at 5 a.m. Friday because of the possibility of snow a few hours later. Read on...
  2. Council approves backyard hens ordinance

    At its Feb. 2 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council approved an ordinance to allow residents to raise hens if certain conditions are met. Read on...
  3. Treatment Methods Balanced for Safe Drinking Water

    Your water might smell and taste more like chlorine during March, although it will remain safe to drink. This is due to a temporary change in treatment methods each year. Read on...
  4. Weekends in Classroom Pay Off for Town Inspector

    Lead Inspector Daniel Pope of the Code Enforcement Department has earned his fifth Level III certification, joining a select group of inspectors across N.C. with top level certification in all five building trades. Read on...
  5. Improvements for Avent Ferry, N.C. 55 Take Another Step Forward at Council Meeting

    January 19, the Town Council formally approved a more than $9 million project budget for improvements to lessen congestion along Avent Ferry Road and N.C. 55, contingent upon the state approving the bid and providing additional funding. Read on...
  6. Discover New Forms of Art in Cultural Center Series

    North Carolina artists take the stage to spark interest about niches within the art world: music, filmmaking, visual art, dance and more. Discover new forms of art and gain a deeper understanding of art forms you already enjoy. Read on...
  1. Feb 12
  2. Discovery Series presents Holly Springs Professionals - "A Night of Dance, Music, Drama and More!"

    Holly Springs takes the stage! Resident professional dancers, actors, musicians, and more showcase their art forms in this cultural review of local talent.
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  1. Feb 13
  2. Marty Haggard

    Marty's love for his Dad's music inspired him to begin a project titled A Tribute To Merle Haggard "My Dad."
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  1. Feb 15
  2. Nonresident Registration begins for Summer Camp 2016

    Register for Summer Camp 2016. Camp Dates run June 13 through August 19.
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  3. Youth Baseball Registration (Non-Resident)

    Holly Springs Parks & Recreation- Youth Baseball Registration (4-17 Year Olds) opens to residents February 1st-February 19th, opens to Non-Residents February 15th- February 19th. Fee: $60 Residents/ $90 Non-Resident. Age as of May 1, 2016. For further information, contact (919) 557-9600 or visit our website at www.hollyspringsnc.us.
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  4. Youth Softball Registration (Non-Resident)

    Holly Springs Parks & Recreation- Youth Softball Registration (6-14 Year Olds) opens to residents February 1st-February 19th, opens to Non-Residents February 15th- February 19th. Fee: $60 Residents/ $90 Non-Resident. Age as of January 1, 2016. For further information, contact (919) 557-9600 or visit our website at www.hollyspringsnc.us.
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  1. This Week in Government
    Board of Adjustment | February 9, 7 p.m.
    Recreation Advisory Board | February 11, 7 p.m.
    A couple of our citizen boards meet this week. More information ยป