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Brown, Williamson shed interim titles at Hurley, Corriher-Lipe

By Carl Blankenship carl.blankenship@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — Interim Hurley Elementary School Principal Jennifer Brown and Interim Corriher-Lipe Middle School Principal April Williamson were both promoted to ... Read more

Spirit of Rowan: Chewy bringing big business of online retail to Rowan’s doorstep

By Carl Blankenship carl.blankenship@salisburypost.com A 700,000 square foot facility with 1,200 jobs on offer has been big news in town for the previous year after ... Read more

Spirit of Rowan: Salisbury has ‘hit the metrics’ for new retailers

HomeGoods and Burlington have joined the ranks of retailers in Salisbury. HomeGoods is a chain of discount home furnishing stores and was founded in the ... Read more

RSS needs 25,000 bags a day for meals delivered

SALISBURY — Rowan-Salisbury Schools is delivering about 25,000 meals a day during school closure at no cost to students, but that number has created one ... Read more

More Articles

  1. COVID-19 to dominate agenda of Monday school board meeting
  2. Spencer approves $24,900 amendment to rework municipal complex project
  3. Kannapolis City Schools makes face shield holders for medical staff
  4. Liquor sales on the rise during coronavirus outbreak
  5. Teachers keeping spirits up while connecting with students during closure
  6. Teachers will be able to renew certifications during closure
  7. Parks stay open but county bathrooms, city playgrounds close
  8. RSS promises seniors will have a graduation ceremony
  9. Rowan-Salisbury Schools reflects on first week as it looks ahead to continued closure
  10. Retirement communities, assisted living homes try to keep spirits high
  11. RSS was prepared for employees to work before first Monday after closure
  12. RCCC to close facility to all in-person classes, except basic law enforcement training
  13. About 99.4% of Rowan-Salisbury students have a device during closure
  14. 15,000 meals delivered on first day of school bus distribution effort
  15. RSS board receives updates about district’s coronavirus plans
  16. Rowan-Salisbury Schools prepares students for learning at home during coronavirus closure
  17. Blotter: Pair of assaults, rash of DWIs over the weekend
  18. Rowan-Salisbury Schools will provide work for students, deliver meals during closure
  19. Schedule for item pickup for Rowan-Salisbury Schools
  20. Rowan-Cabarrus moves classes online after outbreak
  21. Livingstone transitioning students to online classes in wake of coronavirus outbreak
  22. Gov. Roy Cooper orders two-week closure of all K-12 schools; RSS will have workday Monday
  23. RSS calls emergency meeting Monday to discuss coronavirus plans
  24. Granite Quarry working to name Larry Smith permanent town manager
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