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  1. New Traffic Pattern to Open Downtown as Roadwork Continues

    The downtown portion of Ballentine Street soon will reopen as a one-way street. Small portions of Raleigh and Rogers streets will close shortly afterward. Read on...
  2. Hospital Plans Approved, Citizen Well-Check Program Discussed

    The Holly Springs Town Council approved the development plan for UNC REX Healthcare to build a hospital at the intersection of South Main Street and the N.C. 55 Bypass. A daily check-in program for eligible seniors also was discussed. Read on...
  3. N.C. Poet Laureate Featured at Holly Springs Book Festival

    Meet more than 25 authors, including N.C. Poet Laureate Jaki Shelton Green, and enjoy presentations, readings, panel discussions and more at the second annual Holly Springs Book Festival Saturday, Sept. 29, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. in the Cultural Center. Read on...
  4. Town Collecting Supplies for Areas Hard Hit by Storm

    The town is collecting supplies and other donations for first responders, cleanup crews and residents in areas dealing with the effects of Hurricane Florence. Read on...
  5. Transportation Bond

    Voters will decide Nov. 6 whether the Town should issue $40 million in bonds to fund transportation improvements. Read on...
  6. Sewer Line Upgrade Moves Forward

    At its Sept. 4 meeting, the Town Council approved funding for the acquisition of utility and construction easements to upgrade a sewer line that travels through the Braxton Village and Holly Glen subdivisions and through Duke Energy property. Read on...
  1. Sep 10
  2. Intro to Hoops Basketball Registration

    HSPR Intro to Hoops registration opens on 9/10 for residents and 9/24 for non-residents. Visit http://www.hollyspringsnc.us/289/Basketball-Introduction
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  1. Sep 17
  2. HSPR Youth Basketball Registration

    HSPR Youth Basketball Registration opens on 9/17 for residents and 10/1 for non-residents. For more info visit http://www.hollyspringsnc.us/291/Basketball-League-Play
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  1. Sep 25
  2. Town Council Workshop

    The Holly Springs Town Council will meet with the Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee to set priority projects and with the town manager to discuss other matters relating to Town operations. The meeting will be held in the Holleman Room of Town Hall and is open to the public.
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  3. Planning Board

    The Planning Board meets the 4th Tuesday of each month.
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  4. South Wake Landfill Citizens Committee Semi-Annual Meeting

    The South Wake Landfill Citizens Committee was established in 2006, prior to the landfill opening. Purposes are to:
    • Provide a forum for neighbors of the South Wake Landfill to have a voice in the continuing development of the landfill
    • Assist the county with continued operations of the landfill
    • Provide a conduit for information between Wake County Environmental Services staff and the neighboring public regarding activities at the landfill
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  1. This Week in Government

    Food Truck Rodeo | Sept. 29, 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.


    Don't miss the Holly Springs Farmers Market's biggest food truck rodeo of the year this Saturday! Details »