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  1. Holly Springs Leaders Celebrate $140 Million Seqirus Expansion

    Holly Springs leaders gathered at Seqirus earlier today to celebrate groundbreaking on a $140 million expansion of the cell-based influenza vaccine producer’s manufacturing facility in the Holly Springs Business Park. Read on...
  2. Council Approves New Parks & Recreation Inclement Weather Policy

    At its Nov. 6 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council approved a new policy that allows town staff to decide when parks and recreation programs are canceled because of snowstorms and other inclement weather. Read on...
  3. Holly Springs Voters Approve Transportation Bonds

    Town voters authorized $40 million in transportation bonds in the Nov. 6 referendum by a margin of 59.85 percent to 40.15 percent, according to unofficial election results. Read on...
  4. Online Utility Access Change Brings Increased Security and Flexibility

    Beginning Friday, Nov. 9, Holly Springs utility customers who access their accounts online will need to create a new username and password. Read on...
  5. Join the Happy Holly Days Parade

    Entries for the Happy Holly Days Christmas Parade are due the Monday after Thanksgiving. Read on...
  6. Council Approves Lowe's Home Improvement Commercial Master Plan

    At its Oct. 16 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council approved the Lowe's Home Improvement Commercial Master Plan on property located southwest of the N.C. 55 and Ralph Stephens Road intersection. Read on...
  1. Nov 17
  2. The Dracula Rock Show

    Zombies and vampires at a rock concert, Pop Idol auditions, Shirley Holmes and Dr. Watson solving crimes...all this and more as Dracula inspires fun with the humans. Rock music, eccentric characters, and lots of fun await! Come witness things going amuck, and celebrate the righting of wrongs - all while laughing and rocking with the undead!
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  1. This Week in Government

    Thanksgiving Holiday | November 22-23


    Town offices are closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 22 and 23 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Garbage and recycling collection is delayed by one day for Thursday and Friday customers.