Neighborhoods in Salisbury are encouraged to host a National Night Out celebration, Tuesday, Aug. 6, with music, food, children’s games and other outdoor activities.
If you’re excited about next year’s Cheerwine Festival, you’re not alone! On May 16, 2020 we will return to Downtown Salisbury for live music, good food, fun activities and, of course, Cheerwine! The 2019 Cheerwine Festival brought people from all over North Carolina and the East Coast to Downtown Salisbury!
Are you looking for a way to help make the City of Salisbury a cleaner, and more beautiful place to live? Then Salisbury’s Adopt-A-Street Program would be perfect for you and/or your organization.
The City of Salisbury will operate on a limited schedule for the Independence Day holiday, Thursday, July 4.
This summer children up to 18, and up to one accompanying guardian, can ride free on Salisbury Transit to a Summer Food Service Program location that is nearby. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a federally-funded, state-administered program that ensures free healthy meals and snacks to children and teens in low-income areas during the summer months when school is out.
The Salisbury Police Department (SPD) is currently investigating a fire determined to have been intentionally set at a home early this afternoon.
The Salisbury Fire Department (SFD) has teamed up with Rowan-Cabarrus Community College (RCCC) and the Carolina Brotherhood to host a fire training seminar titled “The Stretch Training Day” on Saturday, June 15, at 730 Jake Alexander Blvd.
To accommodate the large crowd anticipated for the “Fame” statue public hearing on Monday, June 17, the meeting location, format and time limits have changed from standard protocol in the City Council Chambers at City Hall.
The event will be held at the Salisbury Civic Center, 315 S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave., from 6 to 8:15 p.m. Each speaker will be allotted three minutes to speak. Additional minutes cannot be provided from other attendees. Speakers are not required to sign in.
Jherica Ijames is a detective with the Salisbury Police Department. Specializing in sex crimes and child abuse crimes, she spends her days following up on crimes that have already been committed.
As communities around the world celebrate Global Garbage Man Day on Monday, June 17 (and for some the celebration continues all week), Salisbury honors its own solid waste collection team. Kudos are in order for (pictured left to right), Tony Dito, Israel Vazquez, Jonathan Durham, Jeff Cardwell, Mark Pulliam, Izet Dizdarevic, Danny Rogers and James Horne, for keeping our neighborhoods clean.