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  1. Transportation Bond

    Voters will decide Nov. 6 whether the Town should issue $40 million in bonds to fund transportation improvements. Read on...
  2. Holly Springs Participating in Federal Drone Testing Program

    Holly Springs could become the first town in the country with a business delivering packages to homes using a drone. Read on...
  3. Council Approves Annual Backflow Prevention Device Testing, More at Aug. 7 Meeting

    At its Aug. 7 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council adopted an ordinance requiring annual certification for backflow prevention devices, adopted a resolution giving residents the opportunity to vote Nov. 6 on a transportation bond referendum and more. Read on...
  4. Town Council Announces New Town Manager

    The Holly Springs Town Council has announced that Randy Harrington will be the next town manager. He will begin work Aug. 27 after 11 years with the city of Charlotte, where he is chief financial officer and director of Management and Financial Services. Read on...
  5. Parrish Womble Remembered for Service to Holly Springs

    Parrish “Ham” Womble, who served nearly three decades as a Holly Springs town board member and for a year as mayor, died June 24. He was 79. Read on...
  6. Planning Association Recognizes Main Street Development

    Main Street has been recognized officially as a Great Main Street in the Making in the 2018 Great Places in North Carolina awards program, sponsored by the N.C. chapter of the American Planning Association. Read on...
  1. Aug 21
  2. Quorum of Council Possible

    It is possible a quorum (4 or more members) of the Holly Springs Town Council will be present at some time during a welcome reception for new Town Manager Randy Harrington and his family. The public may attend this reception for a chance to meet the new town manager. No Town business will be conducted by the Town Council during this social event held before the regular Town Council meet at 7 p.m..
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  3. Quorum of Council Possible

    It is possible a quorum (4 or more members) of the Holly Springs Town Council will be present at some time during a welcome reception for new Town Manager Randy Harrington and his family. The public may attend this reception for a chance to meet the new town manager. No Town business will be conducted by the Town Council during this social event held before the regular Town Council meet at 7 p.m..
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  1. Aug 23
  2. LaunchHollySprings Information Session

    LaunchHollySprings is a community-wide program to promote business development and job growth. It is designed to support existing and potential entrepreneurs, especially those with limited funds, and minorities living in Holly Springs or its extra-territorial jurisdiction. The LaunchHollySprings program offers free business training, mentoring, access to micro-loans, and networking opportunities for home grown businesses. Attend an information session to find out how you can be a part of this fa...
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  1. Aug 24
  2. GB4

    The Holly Springs Cultural Center is proud to bring you the Summer at the Springs Outdoor Concert Series! Bring a lawn chair and picnic dinner when you enjoy these free family-friendly concerts. Concessions and beer/wine available for purchase. Lake Pine Ice Cream on site as well! GB4 is Holly Spring’s own original Blues & Classic Rock Party Band. Holly Springs residents Tom Dobridge, Steve Spencer, Brad Shaffer & Kingsley Platts invite everyone out to their 8th appearance at the Su...
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  1. This Week in Government

    Holly Springs Town Council | August 21, 7 p.m.


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