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NFL: Local hero Hargrave headed to the big one

By Mike London mike.london@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Javon Hargrave is headed for his first Super ...

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High school wrestling: Powerhouse teams in Mount Ulla on Wednesday

Staff report MOUNT ULLA — West Rowan will be the host team for Wednesday’s third and fourth rounds ...

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Renee Scheidt: Diamond, Silk left mark on political world

Earlier this month, a funeral was held for 51-year-old Lynette Hardway of Fayetteville. This memorial service, however, was ...

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Francis Koster: What if your kid said, ‘I believe it’s not dangerous if I can’t see it’

By Francis Koster You are surrounded by family, friends and neighbors who are people of good will who ...

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High school football: Salisbury’s Wells commits

Staff report SALISBURY — JyMikaah Wells, the Salisbury running back who had over 2,000 rushing yards and scored ...

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Area sports briefs: Rings for Blue Bears

From staff reports Livingstone’s men’s golf team received CIAA championship rings on Saturday at halftime of the men’s ...

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Vehicle occupant hospitalized, Stokes Ferry Road closed due to traffic accident

SALISBURY — The 2000 block of Stokes Ferry Road at Laura Springs Drive down to Jake Alexander Boulevard ...

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Microtransit system, civic center plans get closer look at city retreat

SALISBURY — The Salisbury City Council and city staff heard from Transit Director Rodney Harrison and representatives of ...

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Little bit of courage goes long way when bus driver suffers heart attack

Being small doesn’t mean you can’t do big things. When an Overton Elementary School bus driver started having ...

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Rowan Chamber’s ‘Bourbon, Bling & Bowties’ an entertaining gathering, with emotion

SALISBURY — Every once in a while, it’s nice to break out that nice suit or dress and ...

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Granite Quarry-Faith Police Department now using Neighbors by Ring program

The Granite Quarry-Faith Police Department is now a part of the Neighbors by Ring program, which is a ...

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Letters to the editor: Jan. 29

Thanks from Samaritan’s Purse I am writing to thank Salisbury-area residents for sharing the true meaning of Christmas ...

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Wanna step outside: Dove season coming to an end; change in angler recognition program

By Dan Kibler North Carolina hunters will say goodbye to open seasons for several popular species on Jan. ...

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Food truck sets up shop in Rockwell

ROCKWELL — There’s something about ordering from a food truck that just feels right. Maybe it’s eyeing the ...

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Food Lion Feeds donates $1 million to fight hunger

SALISBURY — Food Lion Feeds continues to fulfill its commitment to fight hunger in the towns and cities Food ...

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My Turn, Carol Pomeroy: Confederate flag should not be celebrated

By Carol Pomeroy   The Confederate States of American was created in 1861 when 11 states seceded from ...

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Paris Goodnight: Flashing yellow — a cautionary tale

Flashing yellow lights should be a cautionary sign, as in don’t stop but proceed as slowly as necessary. ...

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A sweet deal: New Landis storefront latest stepping stone for stationery, gifting franchise

LANDIS — The latest edition of Sweetest Beginnings, a stationery and gifting franchise 15 years in the making, ...

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United Way car winner picks up her new vehicle

Staff report SALISBURY — Susan Thomas, chief financial officer at Rowan-Cabarrus YMCA, picked up her 2023 Toyota Corolla ...

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Kenneth L. Hardin: Fond memories of Knox Middle School

My cell phone rings quite a bit all day, every day. At one point, I had 700 contacts ...