Coming in Sunday’s Salisbury Post
• News: How will the new renewal status affect teacher hiring in Rowan-Salisbury Schools? Education reporter Rebecca Rider takes a look.
• Out and about: See coverage of the N.C. Transportation Museum’s first Brew and Choo Festival, going on today.
• Update: A UNC professor who wrote a book on Salisbury’s 1906 lynchings weighs in on the Resolution for Reconciliation proposed by the mayor.
• Insight: The National Memorial for Peace & Justice in Montgomery, Alabama, is the country’s first memorial dedicated to people victimized by lynching, slavery and other injustices. Maggie Blackwell shares her impressions and images after a recent visit.
• Business: Find out about Jay Stevens’ new IT firm, the retirement of the “voice of Honda” at Gerry Wood, and the people who have signed up for Leadership Rowan and Leadership Cabarrus.
• Life: Jack Page and Robert Myers, owners of A Perfect Rose, recently went all the way to Copenhagen, Denmark, for the love of roses.
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