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  1. Water Treatment Method Changes During March

    Your drinking water might smell and taste more like chlorine during March because of an annual change in treatment methods. However, it remains safe to drink. Read on...
  2. Council Focuses on Growth, Investments in Parks Facilities

    Holly Springs Town Council meetings this month have focused on growth and investments in parks and recreation facilities. Read on...
  3. Parking Lot at Bass Lake Park in Full Use Again

    The entire retreat center parking lot at Bass Lake Park is open for the first time since Hurricane Matthew ruined part of the lot last fall. Separate entry and exit points for the lot are in use again. Read on...
  4. Ting Buys Naming Rights to North Main Athletic Complex

    North Main Athletic Complex will carry the name of internet provider Ting, Inc., in the near future. Ting has agreed to buy the naming rights to the town-owned sports complex for $330,000 over three years. Read on...
  5. Villadsen Becomes Member of Town Council

    Peter Villadsen was sworn in Jan. 17 as a member of the Town Council. The council had chosen him to replace Linda Hunt Williams, who resigned after being elected to the state Legislature. Read on...
  6. Wake County Program Assists with Heating Costs

    Low-income residents who are struggling to afford heating bills this winter may be eligible for one-time assistance. Read on...
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  2. Youth Track and Field Registration

    Track & Field registration opens to residents tomorrow; non-residents on March 6. For more information -
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