News Line for Holly Springs

Qualifying begins Monday for city seats
Candidates ready to throw their hats in the ring in several city and special elections will have their chance this week.
Source: Cherokee Tribune

Holly Springs lowers millage rate
Residents in Holly Springs will receive a tax break now that the City Council approved a reduced millage rate Monday.
Source: Cherokee Tribune

Holly Springs officer shifts focus toward community relations
After being in law enforcement for seven years, Officer Sherron Conrad is shifting some of her responsibilities now that she has been named the public information officer for the Holly Springs Police Department.
Source: Cherokee Tribune

Holly Springs sergeant, paramedics make second heroin overdose save
For the second time in as many months a Holly Springs police officer working with paramedics administered a life-saving dose of naloxone to save a person from a heroin overdose..
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

City grants subdivision’s speed bump plea
After numerous complaints and signed petitions, Holly Springs City Council took action Monday in order to slow motorists down along Idlewood Drive in Harmony on the Lakes subdivision.
Source: Cherokee Tribune

Two Holly Springs council seats up for November election
Two Holly Springs City Council voted unanimously Monday night to call the election for council members Dee Phillips and Kyle Whitaker, whose terms in office expire Dec. 31.
Source: Cherokee Tribune

Holly Springs geared to save lives
The Holly Springs Police Department made history Wednesday by becoming the first department in Georgia to equip its officers with life-saving drug overdose kits.
Source: Cherokee Tribune

Holly Springs Police Department to be first in Georgia with anti-overdose drug
For years, police officers in Holly Springs — and all over Georgia — have had little choice but to wait for an ambulance to come and watch helplessly as people lingered near death’s door in the throes of opiate overdose.
Source: Cherokee Tribune

Holly Springs planning to accept construction bid for Owens Park
The Holly Springs City Council is hoping to move forward with construction on J.B. Owens Park.
Source: Cherokee Tribune