In summer 2019 the City of Salisbury hired McAdams, a professional engineering and design firm, to design plans to improve the safety, mobility and appearance of a 10 block section of Main Street. This project is in the stage of receiving community feedback on the plans for restriping and the opportunity to change the lanes and parking angles on Main Street.
Festival organizers hopeful for in-person event if pandemic restrictions lift
The date for the 2021 Cheerwine Festival will move from Saturday, May 15, to Saturday, Sept. 18, in anticipation of reductions in COVID-19 restrictions and continued distribution of the vaccine.
The City of Salisbury will operate on a limited schedule for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, Monday, Jan. 18.
Officers with the Salisbury Police Department were called to the scene of a suspicious death at 1614 Standish St., Salisbury NC. Neighbors located a 30 year old black female inside her apartment deceased. This case is being treated as a homicide due to suspicious circumstances. Further updates will be given tomorrow morning.
In summer 2019, the City of Salisbury hired McAdams, an engineering and design firm, to design plans to improve the safety, mobility and appearance of a 10-block section of Main St. The City is looking for public input on plans for restriping and the opportunity to change the lanes and parking on Main Street.
The Salisbury Human Relations Council (HRC) will host its annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Weekend in a slightly different format than previous years due to COVID-19. The 2021 theme, “United in Service to Remember the Dream” will be incorporated into a number of weekend activities, Saturday, Jan.16 through Monday, Jan. 18, 2021.