• 37°

Humane Society spaghetti fundraiser is Friday

The Humane Society of Rowan County will hold its semi-annual spaghetti fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at VFW Post 3006, 1200 Brenner Ave.
The  meal is dine-in or carry-out. Orders of five or more will be delivered free by volunteers to workplaces.  Delivery orders may be phoned to 704-636-5700 or faxed to 704-633-5832 any time between now and 10 a.m. Friday.
Proceeds from the meal will be used for the veterinary care and rehabilitation of animals in the care of the Humane Society.
The group’s Pet Food Bank is in particular need of dry cat and dog food and cat litter. Those wishing to donate these items may bring them to the fundraiser.
The organization is holding a matching funds “Spay It Forward” campaign with proceeds being used to assist pet owners who qualify with the spaying or neutering of their cats and dogs. A supporter’s donation will enable the Humane Society to match gifts up to and including $1,500.
The Humane Society of Rowan County is a nonprofit volunteer animal welfare organization funded by donations and grants from private foundations. The organization is not affiliated with any national or local funding entity or with any government agency.

Comments

High School

Photo gallery: Carson girls win West Regional, headed to state championship

High School

High school basketball: Carson girls headed to state championship game

Local

Commissioners set date for public hearing on potential solar energy system rule changes

Health

Two of Rep. Sasser’s bills successfully pass through Health Committee

Local

Rep. Warren’s measure to allow removal of public notices from newspapers put on back burner

China Grove

China Grove Town Council weighs future of previously rejected housing development

Local

Salisbury City Council hears public comments, receives presentation on Main Street reconfiguration

Crime

Blotter: Man charged with felony drug offenses

Nation/World

California crash kills 13 of 25 people crammed into SUV

Nation/World

Biden vows enough vaccines by end of May

Coronavirus

State to vaccinate medically vulnerable starting March 24

Coronavirus

One new death, 20 new COVID-19 positives reported in Rowan

Kannapolis

Kannapolis man dies in moped crash

Crime

Salisbury Police chief addresses K-9 video, says officer separated from animal

Local

Rowan Rescue Squad sets record straight on fundraising typo

Local

City approves DOT agreement, Salisbury Station project could begin next year

Local

County plans to use vulture effigy, enforce violations to remedy animal carcass feeding problem

Education

Two weeks after ending enhanced protocols, Catawba has no COVID-19 cases

News

Council to hear revised version of Downtown Main Street Plan

Local

Veto override of NC school reopening bill fails in Senate

News

Political Notebook: Majority of likely voters, local legislators support school reopening bill

Coronavirus

COVID-19 vaccinations in Rowan top positives since start of pandemic

Crime

Man faces drug charges after breaking and entering call

Lifestyle

Waterworks schedules 2021 Summer ARTventures