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Our location

131 West Innes Street, Salisbury, North Carolina 28144
Our office is open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. Except for national holidays.

Subscriptions: 704-797-4213 (see next section for more options)
Main Phone: 704-797-7678
Newsroom: 704-797-4250

Please note: The Salisbury Post is currently published on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.

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To pay your bill, schedule temporary stops in delivery or change your account information go to www.salisburypost.com/subscriptions.
If you need more assistance call 704-797-4213
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Submit an obituary to the Salisbury Post by using this form

If you can not use the form, please provide the following information:
Name of deceased, City, if they were a veteran, date of publication, plus photo and obit copy via email to: obits@salisburypost.com

OBIT DESK STAFFED MON-FRI. 9 AM-4:30 PM; SAT. 1-3 PM ONLY
Submission after 4pm during weekdays will be processed the day after. Some holidays have earlier deadlines.
Obits received after 3 pm Saturday will be processed for Tuesday’s edition. Please Call 704-797-7682 for more information.

Please note: Obituaries must be submitted through a funeral home or cremation service to be published.

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Submit a legal to the Salisbury Post by using this form – Call 704-797-7682 for more information or legals@salisburypost.com.

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• Submit a News Tip
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Submit an article or a news tip or story idea, please use the web form or send an email news@salisburypost.com.

Photos can also be submitted by providing information about who or what is pictured in the image and the name of the person to credit by emailing news@salisburypost.com.

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Submit a letter for consideration to be printed on the Opinions page of the Salisbury Post. Include your full name, city of residence and telephone number. Your submission may be edited for space. Letters should not exceed 300 words.

Guest columns up to 700 words will be considered for publication. Please include headshot photo in jpeg format, and a one-sentence biographical description of yourself.

Use this webform or Email your letter or column to: letters@Salisburypost.com.

Submit a Sports Score or Story Idea

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Submit an Event

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Submit Church News

Submit church news to faith@salisburypost.com

Office Location and Social Media

Please visit the ABOUT US page for a map to our office and all our social media links.

 

Staff

John Carr : Publisher

John Carr

Publisher



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704-797-4201
Winfred Mention : Operations Director

Winfred Mention

Operations Director



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704-797-4286
Elisha Wilson : Circulation Director

Elisha Wilson

Circulation Director



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News

Josh Bergeron : Editor

Josh Bergeron

Editor


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704-797-4248
Paris Goodnight : Night editor

Paris Goodnight

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704-797-4254
Carl Blankenship : Education reporter

Carl Blankenship

Education reporter


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704-797-4264
Natalie Anderson : Business and County Government Reporter

Natalie Anderson

Business and County Government Reporter


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704-797-4246
Mike London : Sports Writer

Mike London

Sports Writer


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704-797-4259
Ben Stansell : Reporter

Ben Stansell

Reporter


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704-797-4222

 


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Malynda Peeler : Multimedia Specialist

Malynda Peeler

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Jason Slusser : Multimedia Specialist

Jason Slusser

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704-797-4240
Dennis Davidson : Multimedia Specialist

Dennis Davidson

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Andrea Fleegel : Multimedia Specialist

Andrea Fleegel

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