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  1. Redesigned Intersection Begins to Change Saturday, Oct. 29

    The transition to a new traffic pattern at N.C. 55 and Avent Ferry Road begins Saturday morning, Oct. 29. U-turn lanes will open, although the final pattern won't be in effect the first day. Read on...
  2. Road, Sidewalk Projects Move Forward

    The Holly Springs Town Council approved funding for right-of-way purchase for widening Avent Ferry Rd., a sidewalk connection near Holly Springs Towne Center and more at its Oct. 18 meeting. Read on...
  3. Town Working to Reopen Bass Lake Park

    Bass Lake Park remains closed with inspections continuing to determine what can reopen safely. Read on...
  4. Registration Deadline Oct. 14; Early Voting Starts Oct. 20

    Oct. 14 is the deadline for registering to vote in the upcoming general election. Early voting begins Oct. 20 at W.E. Hunt Recreation Center and numerous other locations in Wake County. Read on...
  5. Halloween Falls on Monday This Year

    Halloween in Holly Springs always is on Oct. 31, regardless of the day of the week. Read on...
  6. Town Residents Can Recycle Numerous Materials

    Unsure about what's recyclable? See what to include in your curbside recycling cart and how best to dispose of many other materials. Read on...
  1. Oct 28
  2. Holly Springs Readers Theater presents "Knights of Literature"

    An evening with live performances of short selections of poetry, prose, and dramatic literature performed by members of the Holly Springs community. Fun for all ages!
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  1. Oct 29
  2. HollyFest

    The Town of Holly Springs joins with churches, civic organizations and businesses for this annual community celebration.
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  3. Haunted Hayride on the Farm

    This scary annual hayride is recommended for children 10 and older, but younger kids can ride with a parent’s permission. Tickets are $5 and are available in advance. Any remaining available seats will be sold at the event.
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  1. Oct 30
  2. Trunk or Treat

    Costumed children of all ages are invited to participate in a fun and safe alternative to trick-or-treating during the Holly Springs United Methodist Church Trunk or Treat event in the downtown parking lot on Avent Ferry Road.
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  1. This Week in Government
    HollyFest & Haunted Hayride | Oct. 29
    It's going to be a huge weekend in Holly Springs with HollyFest and the Haunted Hayride at Sugg Farm.