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  1. New Downtown Parking Deck Opens

    Finding a parking space in downtown Holly Springs is getting easier with the opening of both levels of the new parking deck. Read on...
  2. Holly Springs Fire Receives Highest Rating from State

    Holly Springs Fire Department has been awarded the highest Insurance Services Office rating from NC Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Mike Causey. HSFD is one of 11 departments in the state with a No. 1 rating and is in the top 1% nationally. Read on...
  3. Council Approves Land Use & Character Update

    At its Oct. 15 meeting, after a nearly yearlong process, the Holly Springs Town Council approved a Land Use & Character update to Vision Holly Springs Comprehensive Plan, which guides decisions on how the town will look and feel for years to come. Read on...
  4. Council Meeting Includes Fire Department Rating Announcement, More

    News from the Holly Springs Town Council's Oct. 1 meeting included NC Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Mike Causey awarding the Town of Holly Springs Fire Department the highest Insurance Services Office rating. Read on...
  5. W. Holly Springs Road Alternate Routes

    As work continues to widen W. Holly Springs Road between Main Street and N.C. 55, a new median is being installed. Holly Springs Road has been slated to become a four-lane, median-divided thoroughfare since the early 2000s. Read on...
  6. Town Seeking Applicants for Board of Adjustment and Planning Board Openings

    The Holly Springs Town Council is seeking applicants for openings on the Board of Adjustment and the Planning Board. Applications will be accepted through Dec. 2. Read on...
  1. Oct 19
  2. Holly Springs Farmers Market - NEW LOCATION + Holly Springs Artisan Market

    Local food & local businesses! Our farmers market offers a wide variety of fresh local produce, pasture-raised meats, farm-fresh eggs, cheese, fresh NC seafood, mouthwatering baked goods (including gluten-free, keto-friendly, and paleo options), loads of artisanal foods, all-natural bath and body products, and SO MUCH MORE! You can enjoy live music every week, as well as Little Sprouts activity tents for the kids! This week you can also shop the awesome artisans and small businesses at the ...
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  1. This Week in Government

    Haunted Hayride | Canceled


    Due to heavy rain predicted for the night of Saturday, Oct. 19, the evening Haunted Hayride is canceled. All pre-sold tickets will be refunded. A modified version of the scariness will be presented as a Haunted Trail on Oct. 26 during HollyFest, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Sugg Farm.