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City of Salisbury 2022 Memorial Day operational schedule

SALISBURY – The city of Salisbury will operate on the following schedule for the Memorial Day holiday, Monday, ...

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Another name is added to Rowan County law enforcement memorial

One more name was etched in the black granite of the Rowan County law enforcement memorial on Thursday ...

Business

Hotwire brings Wi-Fi to Bell Tower Green, will provide free internet during Cheerwine Festival

SALISBURY — Bell Tower Green is now online. Hotwire Communications has launched a free public Wi-Fi system in ...

Local

City Council approves annexations, rezonings for housing developments, logistics center

SALISBURY — City Council on Tuesday night approved multiple rezoning and annexation requests to accommodate two housing developments ...

News

City Council will consider annexation requests for subdivision, logistics center

SALISBURY — City Council members on Tuesday will consider voluntary annexation requests to accommodate a future housing development ...

Local

Rowan County hires new Emergency Medical Services division chief

SALISBURY — Rowan County has hired Bryan Edwards as Emergency Medical Services division chief. “I look forward to ...

Farm & Garden

Earth Day Jam returns Saturday after two years off

SALISBURY — Earth Day Jam will return to downtown Salisbury Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. after ...

Lifestyle

Building on the blessing: Volunteer builds TLC’s new blessing box

Lutheran Services Carolinas SALISBURY — Christine Kyles grew up in a family of creators. Her mom made her ...

Local

The Citadel to lose Medicare funding for failure to meet ‘health and safety requirements’

SALISBURY — The Citadel, an embattled congregate care facility on Jake Alexander Boulevard, will soon be cut off ...

Local

Council approves earlier-than-expected new equipment for city’s water, sewer treatment facilities

SALISBURY — Due to supply chain issues and increasing lead times on manufacturing, City Council members on Tuesday ...

Local

Council to consider allocating more than $800,000 for Salisbury-Rowan Utilities equipment

SALISBURY — City Council members on Tuesday will consider purchasing more than $800,000 worth of equipment for the ...

Local

Abstract indoors: Spray paint artist will open gallery, studio in downtown Salisbury

SALISBURY — An artist who made a name for himself by turning the outdoors into his canvas is ...

Local

Paint the Pavement project still on hold due to shortage of paint

SALISBURY — Due to ongoing supply shortages with specialty paint, the city’s inaugural Paint the Pavement project continues ...

Books

Education briefs: West End Plaza to host library’s Bookpalooza sale starting Friday

SALISBURY – Rowan Public Library, in conjunction with the Friends of Rowan Public Library, is hosting a four-day ...

Local

Salisbury Planning Board approves rezoning requests in preparation for residential, commercial developments

SALISBURY — The Salisbury Planning Board on Tuesday approved two rezoning requests that pave the way for future ...

Business

Task force exploring options for historic, wooden bridge on East Fisher Street

SALISBURY —  After the discovery of additional repairs needed to maintain the integrity of a wooden bridge on ...

Health

Salisbury VA mental health team works to ease burden on veterans, families suffering with dementia

By Staff Report  SALISBURY — Looking after a loved one with dementia and finding long-term care options can ...

Local

Salisbury City Council news release on naming Jim Greene Jr. of Raleigh as city manager

SALISBURY —  Salisbury City Council appointed James “Jim” S. Greene, Jr., current assistant city manager in Raleigh, as ...

Local

City Council to consider selection of new city manager; hear crime, staffing update from Salisbury Police

SALISBURY — City Council members on Tuesday will consider the selection of a new city manager and hear ...

Local

Forward 2040 plan for city’s growth ‘slow-moving’ but ‘getting there,’ city says

SALISBURY — The city’s comprehensive plan that will frame priorities and decisions over the next 20 years has ...

Local

Brick walkways, patio installation approved at historic McCanless House

SALISBURY — The Historic Preservation Commission on Thursday signed off on the installation of brick walkways and a ...

Local

Downtown Salisbury Inc. to host educational sessions before opening new social district

SALISBURY — Downtown Salisbury Inc. will host a series of public educational sessions for stakeholders throughout April ahead ...

Local

Living history actor offers detail of Civil War battle fought in Salisbury

SALISBURY — Wearing the blue uniform once donned by Union soldiers while sitting next to an old fashioned ...

Local

Hurley Park continues 30-year-tradition of ringing in the spring after two-year hiatus

SALISBURY — Dozens of families and children enjoyed breezy, sunny spring weather Sunday at Hurley Park during the annual ...

Lifestyle

Historic Salisbury Foundation celebrating its 50th anniversary

By Pete Prunkl Historic Salisbury Foundation SALISBURY — On April 12, 1972, more than 200 residents crowded into ...

Business

Company behind Bankett Station building focused on developments next door

SALISBURY — With tenants in the upstairs apartments and businesses using the first floor, the company behind Bankett ...

Local

Wolves from Dan Nicholas released into the wild

SALISBURY — The red wolves at Dan Nicholas Park have ventured out in the wild to benefit their ...

Local

$300,000 in incentives granted to five projects that will invest $9 million in downtown Salisbury

SALISBURY — Five downtown projects were granted $300,000 in incentive grants from the city this week for an ...

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