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Carl Blankenship, Author at Salisbury Post

Recent Articles

RSS summer camps are coming back in virtual format

SALISBURY – With summer approaching and the school year’s end coming on an odd note,  Rowan-Salisbury Schools’ Horizons Unlimited is bringing back its annual summer camps ... Read more

Latest protests in Salisbury peaceful as many speak out about injustices

SALISBURY — Protesters gathered next to the Big Lots parking lot along East Innes Street Tuesday night to continue protesting the most recent spate of ... Read more

Granite Quarry rezones leaf and limb property, views proposed budget

By Carl Blankenship carl.blankenship@salisburypost.com GRANITE QUARRY — The Granite Quarry Board of Aldermen corrected a zoning issue for its new leaf and limb site on ... Read more

China Grove adopts 2020-2021 budget

Carl Blankenship carl.blankenship@salisburypost CHINA GROVE — During a brief meeting with little fanfare on Tuesday, China Grove adopted its 2020-2021 budget. No members of the ... Read more

More Articles

  1. Rowan-Salisbury Schools considering premium pay for more workers
  2. Two asterisks: Looking back at renewal status of RSS in pandemic year
  3. Citadel parent companies seek to settle lawsuit outside of court
  4. Moody tells national educators webinar that ‘students are not test scores’
  5. RSS could receive $4 million in COVID-19-related funding
  6. Spring veterans lunch makes COVID-19 comeback
  7. Salute to service: McLaughlin’s rolls, serving fresh cuts of meat to locals
  8. Locals take the time to remember veterans at Salisbury’s national cemeteries
  9. Latest census estimates show population increase of 500 for Salisbury in previous decade
  10. Local salons, barbers booked up for reopening
  11. Annual veterans’ lunch returns as a drive-thru
  12. Up to $4.5 million in CARES Act funding coming to local schools
  13. UNC scientist: Vitamin D deficiency could increase susceptibility to COVID-19
  14. Seniors who work at Food Lion No. 10 get to walk
  15. Fairgrounds brings back drive-in movies to lift revenue, spirits during COVID-19
  16. As RSS prepares to dismiss, teachers adjust, too
  17. Partners in Education brings back executive director role, ramps up programs
  18. Students at Isenberg Elementary take on pandemic service projects
  19. Spencer views $3.2 million recommended budget
  20. Nearby districts make new plans to honor seniors in lieu of traditional graduation ceremonies
  21. RSS will keep feeding children this summer with more than triple the number of meals usually distributed
  22. South Main Book Company stocked more than 500 new books in Little Free Libraries
  23. RSS still plans on hosting in-person graduation ceremonies
  24. Most RSS students will keep issued devices during summer
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