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  1. Downtown Signal Design, Landscaping Approved

    The Holly Springs Town Council approved funding the design of a traffic signal at the intersection of Main and Ballentine streets and landscaping a downtown greenspace at its Sept. 19 meeting. Read on...
  2. Sept. 21 Meeting Kicked Off Southern Area Study

    Growth patterns and land use policy within Holly Springs’ southern planning jurisdiction were the focus of a public meeting Thursday, Sept. 21 in Town Hall. The Southern Area Planning Initiative covers 12.2 square miles. Read on...
  3. Main Street Extension Reducing Avent Ferry Traffic

    Forecasts of how much the new Main Street extension would unclog Avent Ferry Road were virtually on the money. Traffic counts taken before and after the extension opening in early August showed a 28 percent drop on Avent Ferry near N.C. 55. Read on...
  4. Council Continues to Focus on Downtown Development

    Downtown development continued to be a focus of the Holly Springs Town Council at its meeting Sept. 5. Read on...
  5. Traffic Light Approved for New Main Street Intersection

    The N.C. Department of Transportation has approved a traffic light at the new intersection of South Main Street, Ralph Stephens Road and Piney Grove Wilbon Road. The town and NCDOT are fast-tracking installation. Read on...
  6. Main Street Extension Open

    Main Street extension and a realigned Piney Grove Wilbon Road opened Friday, Aug. 4 after rush hour. Read on...
  1. Sep 18
  2. HSPR Youth Basketball Registration

    HSPR Youth Basketball Registration opens on 9/18 for residents and 10/2 for non-residents.
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  1. Sep 24
  2. Sunrise Fall Festival

    The Community is invited to the annual Sunrise UMC Fall Festival. This year, the church will honor our Hometown Heroes with appreciation awards for the Holly Springs Police and Fire / Rescue Departments. The fun family fall festivities will feature a firetruck on display, along with Cinder, the fire safety education dog; a huge bounce house and slide; a photo booth; corn hole, sack races and other games; face painting, hot dogs, chips and drinks; and fire pits. Want s'more?! Yeah, they will ...
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  1. Sep 26
  2. Planning Board

    The Planning Board meets the 4th Tuesday of each month.
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  1. This Week in Government
    Shred-A-Thon | Sept. 30, 8:30 a.m.
    The Holly Springs Police are sponsoring a Shred-A-Thon at the Holly Springs Farmers Market Saturday. Details »