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  1. Drivers Urged to Slow Down in Neighborhoods

    With the weather drawing more people outdoors, Holly Springs police caution drivers on neighborhood streets to be extra careful. Ease off the gas pedal and keep your eyes peeled. Someone nearby may not be watching. Read on...
  2. Board of Adjustment Has Vacancy for ETJ Representative

    The Planning and Zoning Department is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the Board of Adjustment with someone who lives beyond town limits, but within Holly Springs’ planning jurisdiction. The deadline to apply is Monday, June 5. Read on...
  3. Town Working Toward Synchronizing Traffic Signals via Fiber

    At its May 16 meeting, the Town Council approved work toward synchronizing 16 traffic signals in Holly Springs using the town's fiber network. Read on...
  4. Proposed Budget Presented to Council

    Holly Springs Town Manager Charles Simmons presented the proposed fiscal year 2017-2018 budget at the Town Council's May 2 meeting. Read on...
  5. Council Approves Medical Office Development Plan, Recognizes Residents

    April 18, the Holly Springs Town Council approved the development plan for Duke Health Medical Office at the N.C. 55 intersection with New Hill Road. The council also recognized two local residents. Read on...
  6. Holly Springs Names New Economic Development Director

    The Town of Holly Springs recently named Irena Krstanovic as director of the town's Economic Development Department. The position is responsible for industrial and commercial recruitment and retention in Holly Springs. Read on...
  1. May 22
  2. HSPR Youth Football and Cheerleading Registration

    HSPR Football and Cheerleading registration opens on Monday May 22nd for residents and Monday June 5th for Non-Residents. Visit http://www.hollyspringsnc.us/299/Football-League-Play
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  1. May 26
  2. 2017 NCBA World Series

    The 2017 National Club Baseball Association World Series will be at North Main Athletic Complex May 26-June 1. Eight Division 1 Regional champions will compete in this prestigious collegiate tournament. The tournmant's winning team will be the 2017 NCBA DI World Series National Champion. East Carolina University is the defending champion. Tickets Tickets to the NCBA DI World Series will be available at North Main Athletic Complex the day of the game. NO PRESALE. Prices for a day pass ar...
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  1. May 27
  2. Holly Springs Farmers Market + Shred-a-Thon

    Fresh LOCAL produce and artisanal foods, live music, kids' activities, monthly cooking demonstrations, prize giveaways, and MORE! Sign up for our email list to get a weekly reminder of what's taking place at this week's market. (link below)
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  3. Remember Our Heroes Car Show

    Please join us on Saturday, May 27 for a car show to raise money to help fund the War on Terrorism Memorial in Holly Springs Veterans Park. This monument honors all civilian and military fallen heroes who died while serving in the war on terrorism and in the attack of 9/11. Help us show that we have not forgotten. Admission is free. To enter the car show competition at 8 a.m., the fee is $20. Proceeds will go to the maintenance of the War on Terrorism Memorial and to complete the brick paver...
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  4. Purple Craze 5k

    Run and raise funds for Holly Springs High School Track and Field.
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  5. 2017 NCBA World Series

    The 2017 National Club Baseball Association World Series will be at North Main Athletic Complex May 26-June 1. Eight Division 1 Regional champions will compete in this prestigious collegiate tournament. The tournmant's winning team will be the 2017 NCBA DI World Series National Champion. East Carolina University is the defending champion. Tickets Tickets to the NCBA DI World Series will be available at North Main Athletic Complex the day of the game. NO PRESALE. Prices for a day pass ar...
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  1. This Week in Government
    Memorial Day | Monday, May 29
    Monday, May 29, Town offices including Town Hall, the Hunt Center and the Cultural Center are closed for Memorial Day. Bass Lake Park remains open. Garbage and recycling collection is delayed by one day throughout the week (with Friday customers served Saturday).