The Covenant Community Connection (CCC), a subcommittee of the Salisbury Human Relations Council, hosts a “Supporting Public Education” workshop, Saturday, March 26, First Presbyterian Church, 308 W. Fisher St., from 1 to 3 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
On March 3, 2022, at approximately 8:57 PM, the Salisbury Police Department responded to 1030 Freeland Drive in reference to a person being shot.
The Salisbury Police Department is investigating a homicide in the 1000 block of Freeland Drive, near S. Arlington St.
Tuesday, March 1 City Council Update: The applicant for Agenda Item #9 has asked for the item (Rezoning on Old Mocksville Road for Dollar General) to be pulled from the agenda for this meeting: salisburync.gov/agenda. We do not yet have a date at which it may be re-introduced.
On Saturday, January 22, the Salisbury Police Department was made aware that a nonresponsive child was brought to Novant Hospital by his adoptive father on January 21, 2022 around noon. The child showed possible signs of neglect and was transported to Presbyterian Hospital for further treatment.
The Salisbury Police Department was able to obtain secure custody orders for two juvenile individuals who were identified as the shooters in the incident at Catawba College that took place on Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021.
The Salisbury Police Department is investigating a shooting on Catawba College’s campus during a high school basketball tournament where two young males were injured.
The Salisbury-Rowan Utilities’ (SRU) Share 2 Care Water and Sewer Assistance Program is accepting donations to help customers who are unable to pay their utility bill due to financial difficulties.
Salisbury City Council today announced the appointment of W. Brian Hiatt as interim city manager on a part-time basis as the locality begins its permanent manager search. Hiatt retired as the city manager of Concord in spring 2018, and subsequently served as Salisbury’s interim community planning director for five months.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) will begin the much-anticipated repaving project along Main and Innes Streets, near downtown, on the evening of Monday, Sept. 20.