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  1. Former School for Black Children to Get Historic Marker

    The Town announced today the designation of a historic marker to commemorate a school for black children that operated from the mid-1920's until desegregation around 1970. The school was in the area that now houses the Hunt Center. Read on...
  2. Holly Springs Moves Forward on Transportation Projects

    The Town of Holly Springs continues to move forward on major transportation projects to ease congestion on roadways and enhance motorist and pedestrian safety. Read on...
  3. Regional Trail Connection Moves Forward

    A greenway connecting Holly Springs Road to Sunset Lake Road and a future Town of Apex trail is one step closer to being completed, thanks to action taken by the Holly Springs Town Council at its Feb. 18 meeting. Read on...
  4. Repairs Start Feb. 17 on Road Behind Holly Springs Towne Center

    To smooth the ride for motorists, sections of Bennet Knoll Parkway behind Holly Springs Towne Center will close for repairs for six weeks or so beginning Feb. 17. The project is divided into two sections, with one portion of the road closed at a time. Read on...
  5. Overall Crime Rate Not Rising with Population Growth

    The Holly Springs Police Department has released its annual report for the past year, and the statistics are great news for residents, businesses and visitors to Holly Springs. Read on...
  6. Council Encourages Downtown Investment

    The transformation of downtown Holly Springs into a vibrant town center continues to progress. At its Jan. 21 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council approved entering into a downtown development investment agreement with the Pimiento Tea Room. Read on...
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