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Josh Bergeron

Josh Bergeron: Lasting change on crime will require ongoing, holistic work

For many long-term goals, there’s never a finite end. Economic development requires luring new businesses to town and supporting existing ones. Those short- and medium-term ... Read more

Two crashes leave field of debris, car on sidewalk in downtown Salisbury

SALISBURY — Five cars were involved in two separate crashes Friday afternoon on South Main Street in downtown, according to witnesses. There were no injuries. ... Read more

Caskey wants to ‘continue what we’re doing’ if elected to third term on county commission

SALISBURY — Mike Caskey says he’s witnessed economic growth in the county and, for that reason, he wants the Rowan County Board of Commissioners to ... Read more

Landis embezzlement investigation named top Salisbury Post story of 2019

After completing an interview with Post reporter Liz Moomey in late 2018, former Landis Town Manager Reed Linn had a question of his own: was ... Read more

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  1. Josh Bergeron: Newspapers should keep readers informed about how news is made
  2. Letter: You won’t see that in the news
  3. David Von Drehle: May your days be merry and bright
  4. Sheriff’s Office: West Rowan Middle teacher confesses to inappropriate exchanges with student
  5. Blotter: Mocksville man faces identity theft charges
  6. Steelers’ Hargrave gives bikes to Foxx Charter School students
  7. For now, Rowan-Salisbury Schools lunch debt paid off
  8. China Grove’s Lee Withers files for county commissioner
  9. County’s audit shows dip in unassigned fund balance
  10. County commissioners vote to put $45 million bond referendum on March ballot
  11. Josh Bergeron: No longer print-only, local papers remain vital to their communities
  12. United Way’s new model provides $1.2 million in funding to 20 programs
  13. Spencer board sworn in, dives into town issues
  14. School board chairman says RSS can’t afford inaction on Knox-Overton
  15. East Rowan’s Virtual Academy gets unanimous school board approval
  16. School board to discuss East’s virtual academy, calendar, salaries
  17. Josh Bergeron: Young voters may be dragging down turnout in Salisbury’s West Ward 3
  18. Salisbury man gets 28 years in prison on child pornography charges
  19. Pierce, Warren, Ford make re-election campaigns official at start of 2020 filing
  20. With hopes of future growth, Old Beatty Ford Road store deals with downturn in traffic
  21. Ex-patient gives to Christmas Happiness in memory of eye doctor
  22. Kannapolis sells downtown property for mixed-use development, townhomes
  23. Kannapolis council approves 278-unit housing development after three-hour hearing
  24. Salisbury Transit receives grant to replace buses
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