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Natalie Anderson, Author at Salisbury Post

Natalie Anderson

Recent Articles

Duke University doubles office space at NC Research Campus in Kannapolis

KANNAPOLIS — As downtown development in the city continue to sprout, the Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute at the North Carolina Research Campus is ... Read more

Local pain clinic works to combat opioid crisis among veterans

SALISBURY — In an effort to help tackle the opioid crisis, one local pain management clinic is using strategies to help chronic opioid users, particularly ... Read more

Chamber of Commerce to present priority projects at Thursday breakfast

SALISBURY — The Rowan Chamber of Commerce will present a list of its 2020-21 state priority projects at its state legislative breakfast on Thursday. The ... Read more

Public hearing on Dukeville coal ash plans scheduled Monday

DUKEVILLE — The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality will hold a public hearing 6 p.m. Monday about plans to excavate coal ash at Duke ... Read more

More Articles

  1. County sets public hearing for tax incentives, withdraws ‘no wake zone’ application
  2. Record of improvements vs new skills: County commissioner candidates discuss vision, ideas for county
  3. Local man used last $20 to launch window cleaning business
  4. County commissioners asked to schedule public hearing on tax incentive for local business
  5. Biz Briefs: State Legislative Breakfast to be held Feb. 20
  6. Planning Board working to modify solar farm conditional use requirements
  7. County commissioners plan to withdraw application for ‘no wake zone’ at High Rock Lake
  8. Hanford-Dole Elementary class sends off local Marine
  9. EGGER Wood Products to start operations by end of year, plans to hire locally
  10. Businesses, restaurants offer Valentine’s Day specials, expect good turnout
  11. Some residents of High Rock Lake speaking out against proposed ‘no wake zone’
  12. Rowan’s unemployment rate up slightly at start of 2020
  13. ‘Yummi Banh Mi’ owners to star on Food Network show Feb. 12
  14. ‘I am the difference’: Working her way from out of homelessness into a new role as business owner
  15. Biz Briefs: Rowan County receives AA+ Fitch rating
  16. Voters say education investment, safety key issues for 2020 commissioners race
  17. Rowan-Salisbury high school students shadow local businesses
  18. County commissioner candidates discuss education, safety and unity at forum
  19. County commissioners to apply for ‘no wake zone’ on part of High Rock Lake
  20. Salisbury’s cost-of-living lower than national average, groceries more expensive
  21. Biz Briefs: BBB warns consumers of phony FedEx text messages
  22. Commissioners set to approve settlement involving Archer Ridge subdivision boundary dispute
  23. Burlington announces store coming to Salisbury in March
  24. Rowan Helping Ministries joins Point in Time homeless count effort