Posted on: January 21, 2021
Holly Springs had fewer than a thousand residents when Luncie McNeil began as the town’s director of Public Works.
He retires Feb. 1 after 31 years of service to Holly Springs, which now has more than 40,000 residents and has been recognized among the best...Read on...
Posted on: January 7, 2021
UNC Health Rex Holly Springs Hospital is scheduled to open this September, capping efforts by Town officials spanning more than 15 years to bring hospital care to the community.
At its Jan. 5 meeting, the Town Council received an update on hospital constru...Read on...
Posted on: January 5, 2021
Have thoughts about the landfill? Wake County has just released a survey and wants your input.
Posted on: December 31, 2020
Construction to replace a sewer line within a 30-foot easement in Braxton Village and northern Holly Glen is scheduled to begin in January. The current 8-inch sewer line is being replaced with a larger 18-inch line. The upgrade is necessary for ...Read on...
Posted on: December 29, 2020
Curbside Christmas tree collection has begun.
When you are ready to dispose of your tree, remember to strip it of all decorations and other objects, including tinsel and nails, before leaving it at the curb for collection. The trees are chipped for mulch t...Read on...
Posted on: December 17, 2020
Holly Springs remains one of the safest towns in North Carolina, Police Chief Paul Liquorie told the Town Council Dec. 15 in delivering the Police Department’s annual report.
The rate of violent crime in Holly Springs is almost 10 times lower than the nati...Read on...
Posted on: December 4, 2020
There is a new tool to mitigate speeding and increase traffic safety in our neighborhoods. At its Dec. 1 meeting, the Town Council approved a policy that allows residents to request speeding enforcement and provides clear parameters to review me...Read on...
Posted on: December 2, 2020
Stormwater fees are increasing to address current underfunding of increased maintenance and repair needs associated with aging drainage infrastructure. Increased investment will help reduce the risks of flooding and erosion to both private and public prop...Read on...
Posted on: November 2, 2020
Widening of Avent Ferry Road from N.C. 55 to Ralph Stephens Road is scheduled to begin Monday, Nov. 9.
The project includes widening to four lanes with medians and/or turn lanes added at intersections. Work is expected to take a year.
Digital mes...Read on...
Posted on: March 12, 2020
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