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Rowan-Salisbury, Kannapolis schools closed; other delays, closures

Rowan-Salisbury and Kannapolis schools canceled classes again today.

Neither school system has announced a make-up day for today, but Rowan-Salisbury has decided Friday, Feb. 14, will be the make-up day for Wednesday’s classes.

Many organizations and businesses will open late today. Here’s some of them:

• Rufty-Holmes Senior Center’s Lunch Club sites will be closed again today. The Senior Center will open for scheduled activities beginning at 1 p.m.

• Catawba College will open at 9:30 a.m., with classes beginning then.

• Salisbury Academy will have a two-hour delay. Staff should arrive at 9:30 a.m. and students 10 a.m.

• All branches of the Rowan County YMCA will open at 8 a.m., later than usual for some.

• Rowan Express is running, but door-to-door RITA service will be closed.

• Rowan County government and the Rowan County courthouse will open under normal operating schedules.

• Spencer and Salisbury governments plan to open on time.

• Rufty’s Garden Shop and First Bank will open at 10 a.m.

• Sign Designs will open one hour late.

• Specialized Computer Support will open at 10 a.m.

• City of Concord Solid Waste services will resume operations today. There will be a one-day delay for garbage, recycling and bulky waste services for the remainder of the week.

Concord Rider Transit will resume normal service today. Parks and Recreation may not be able to open all parks.

Updated road and traffic conditions are available at ncdot.gov.


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