Holly Springs Wake County, North Carolina

Holly Springs: City in and county seat of Marshall County, Mississippi, United States

About

Holly Springs is a city located in the county of Wake in the U.S. state of North Carolina.

Holly Springs Quick Facts

Population : 31,377
Country : United States of America
State : North Carolina (United States)
County : Wake County
Phone Area Codes : 662
Area : 33.14 km2
Altitude : 600 feet / 183 meters
Capital city : Holly Springs is capital of Marshall County
Establishment : January 01, 1836 (186 years ago)
Time Zone : Central Time Zone
Local time : 10:27:35 (23rd January 2022)
Weather : 41℉ Sunny 7-days weather

Geography

Holly Springs is located at 35°39'5"N 78°50'1"W (35.6512700, -78.8336200).

Holly Springs map

Weather

Holly Springs forecast: Sunny, with a high near 41. more

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People born in Holly Springs (23)

People born in Holly Springs, including African-journalist, newspaper editor, suffragist, sociologist, and civil rights activist Ida B. Wells, politician Wall Doxey, country music and rockabilly musician; songwriter Charlie Feathers, .

List

  • E. H. Crump (American politician (1874-1954)) he was born in 02/10/1874
  • Shepard Smith (American television news anchor) he was born in 14/01/1964
  • Syl Johnson (American blues and soul singer and record producer) he was born in 01/07/1936
  • Jimmy Johnson (American Chicago blues guitarist and singer) he was born in 25/11/1928
  • Cassi Davis (actress) she was born in 11/07/1964
  • Cherrish Pryor (American politician)
  • Clinton LeSueur (journalist) he was born in 02/03/1969
  • Dwight Stewart (American basketball player) he was born in 01/01/1971
  • Jeremy LeSueur (American football player) he was born in 05/10/1980
  • Linsey Alexander (Blues musician) he was born in 23/07/1942
  • Red Smyth (American baseball player) he was born in 30/01/1893
  • Robert Reed Church (American businessman) he was born in 18/06/1839
  • Seth Adams (football player) he was born in 15/05/1985
  • Lynn Fitch (American politician) she was born in 05/10/1961
  • Irving Vendig (American screenwriter) he was born in 11/10/1902
  • Elise Jordan (American journalist) she was born in 22/06/1990
  • Kate Freeman Clark (American painter) she was born in 03/09/1875
  • Dan Greer (American singer and songwriter) he was born in 01/01/1942

Schools in Holly Springs

College & universities near Holly Springs, NC

Code Name City ZIP
199856 Wake Technical Community College Raleigh (NC) 27603-5696

Stations (15)

Amtrak & bus stations near Holly Springs, NC

Code Name Address Type
CYN Cary 211 North Academy Street RAIL
NSF North Carolina State Fair station 1025 Blue Ridge Blvd. RAIL
RGH Raleigh Union Station 320 West Cabarrus Street RAIL
DNC Durham 400 W. Chapel Hill Street RAIL
SSM Selma–Smithfield 500 East Railroad Street RAIL

Post offices near Holly Springs

Post Office Name City ZIP
Holly Spring Post Office Holly Springs (NC) 27540

Other places with the same name (5)

Other cities in Wake County

Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Wake County , NC.

City Name Population Title
Raleigh 474,414 Capital of North Carolina
West Raleigh 338,759 City in United States of America
Cary 173,587 Town in North Carolina, United States
Apex 64,388 City in Wake County, North Carolina, United States of America
Wake Forest 47,314 Town located in the U.
Garner 32,180 Town in North Carolina, United States
Fuquay-Varina 32,145 City in North Carolina
Morrisville 30,495 Town in Wake County, North Carolina, United States
Knightdale 18,122 City in Wake County, North Carolina, United States of America
Wendell 9,387 Town in North Carolina, United States
Rolesville 8,882 City in Wake County, North Carolina, United States of America
Zebulon 6,514 City in Pike County, Georgia, United States
Green Level 2,158 City in Alamance County, North Carolina, United States of America

Distance to Other Cities

Holly Springs distances to largest North Carolina cities