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Liz Moomey, Author at Salisbury Post

Liz Moomey

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Salute to service: Cleaning crews adapt to keep customers safe

By Liz Moomey liz.moomey@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down Sheila Cannon, the owner of Wife For Hire. On March 20, Cannon had ... Read more

Political notebook: Sen. Carl Ford says state needs ‘full bore reopening’

Sen. Carl Ford can describe Gov. Roy Cooper’s “modest” Phase 2 reopening with a single sentence. “It’s better than nothing,” Ford said. Ford has been ... Read more

With no baseball, Cannon Ballers concentrate on ways to give back

By Liz Moomey liz.moomey@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — The first pitch for the Cannon Ballers at the new Atrium Health Ballpark was set for April 16. But ... Read more

Community college president talks leadership during pandemic

By Liz Moomey liz.moomey@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — Janet Spriggs offered four key ways to lead during the “brave new normal” of the ongoing pandemic: be calm, ... Read more

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  1. Lack of payment from East Spencer, Spencer contributed to city manager’s transit proposal
  2. Council drafts plan for community needs, HUD funding
  3. Salisbury manager’s proposed budget has some fee increases, no tax increase
  4. No tax, fee increases proposed with revenues down in proposed Landis budget
  5. Historic Salisbury Foundation celebrating Preservation Month
  6. Blotter: May 18
  7. Political notebook: Budd, Hudson oppose new COVID-19 package
  8. Landis pushes forward as embezzlement investigation continues
  9. COVID-19 delays family’s adoption of Colombia girls
  10. City Council will receive post-COVID-19 budget proposal Tuesday
  11. City receives EPA assistance for expanding food access in downtown
  12. State House committee hears details on nursing home outbreaks
  13. Development in downtown Kannapolis continues on amid COVID-19 outbreak
  14. Local NAACP, Heggins call for ‘equity lens’ for city’s COVID-19 funds
  15. Rep. Howard leads bill to protect debtors in COVID-19 pandemic
  16. State Treasurer Folwell says local governments should spend with ‘eyes more wide open’
  17. Tone-Loc, Sugar Hill Gang to perform at Virtual Cheerwine Festival
  18. Political notebook: Sen. Carl Ford encourages increased crowds of Reopen NC protesters
  19. Salisbury citizen left out of stimulus payments because she married an immigrant
  20. Family Crisis Council worried victims aren’t able to get away to report abuse
  21. Cheerwine and chill: Virtual festival comes to screens Saturday
  22. Salisbury Farmers Market to open at new home after COVID-19 delay
  23. Salisbury Transit receives $950K grant through CARES Act
  24. COVID-19 impacts Rowan County legislators’ goals of session
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