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  1. Downtown Building Development Plan Approved

    At its Jan. 2 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council approved a development plan for a 52,530-square-foot mixed-use building, part of the Town Hall Commons in downtown Holly Springs. Read on...
  2. Council Approves Beacons to Improve Crosswalk Safety

    At its Dec. 19 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council approved funding for flashing beacons at eight crosswalks in town. Read on...
  3. Newly Elected Officials Sworn in, Retiring Council Members Recognized

    Retiring Holly Springs Town Council members were recognized and elected members sworn in, and funding for pre-construction work on a greenway connecting west and east Holly Springs was approved, at the council’s Dec. 5 meeting. Read on...
  4. Greenway Segment Closes Nov. 20 for Months

    A portion of the greenway running from Grigsby Avenue to the Bass Lake trail closes Monday, Nov. 20 for at least six months to keep pedestrians safely clear of adjacent subdivision construction. Alternate access is provided. Read on...
  5. New Recreation Program Registration Software Launched

    Online registration for town parks and recreation activities and athletics now should be easier, thanks to new software. Benefits include a much easier search feature, better security, and added functionality. Read on...
  6. Text-to-911 Available in Holly Springs

    The Holly Springs Police Department’s 9-1-1 Center now can receive short message service (SMS) text messages to 911 for emergency help when a person is unable to make a 911 voice call. Use the texting option only when calling 911 is not an option. Read on...
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  2. Youth Soccer Registration

    HSPR Youth Soccer Registration opens on January 2nd for residents and January 16th for non-residents. For more info visit http://www.hollyspringsnc.us/
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  2. Clean Comedy with John Felts & Ross Bennett

    Clean comedy edition - great for the whole family! Raised in the heart of freedom, Washington D.C., John Felts likes all things American: his wife, his cheese, and gladiators. John delivers real and funny one-of-a-kind perspectives on dating, marriage, parenting, American culture and struggling to do the right thing. His comedy is a mix of commentary, story-telling, and rap-battling. One time West Point Cadet turned Stand-Up Comedian. Ross is from NEW YORK COUNTRY, the rural western part ...
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  3. Adult Comedy with John Felts & Ross Bennett

    Adult Comedy Edition - recommended for 18+. Raised in the heart of freedom, Washington D.C., John Felts likes all things American: his wife, his cheese, and gladiators. John delivers real and funny one-of-a-kind perspectives on dating, marriage, parenting, American culture and struggling to do the right thing. His comedy is a mix of commentary, story-telling, and rap-battling. One time West Point Cadet turned Stand-Up Comedian. Ross is from NEW YORK COUNTRY, the rural western part of New ...
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  1. This Week in Government

    Holly Springs Town Council | January 16


    The Holly Springs Town Council meets Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Town Hall. Meeting agenda »