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Liz Moomey

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Alcorn, Bates, Molrine receive Elizabeth Duncan Koontz Humanitarian Awards

By Liz Moomey liz.moomey@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — To keep the legacy of Elizabeth Duncan Koontz, the Human Relation Council recognized community members Thursday for their service ... Read more

Local health department keeps vigilant for coronavirus, though risk remains low

By Liz Moomey liz.moomey@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — As the world watches an outbreak of COVID-19, known as coronavirus, the Rowan County Health Department is closely monitoring ... Read more

Forward 2040 committee gets input from citizens

By Liz Moomey liz.moomey@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — As people came in and out of the Salisbury Customer Service Center on Wednesday morning, they shared what they ... Read more

In lieutenant governor run, Greg Gebhardt says he’s ‘an average kid’

By Liz Moomey liz.moomey@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — Republican Greg Gebhardt is running for lieutenant governor on a platform focused on veterans, voter ID and vocational trades. ... Read more

More Articles

  1. Supporters continue push for addition of Sunday early voting
  2. Man’s request to bring property up to code prompts broader rezoning
  3. Blotter: Two charged with altering gun’s serial number
  4. Political notebook: Legislators say they want to be proactive with job growth
  5. Recreation centers keep legacy of Evans, Miller, Hall alive
  6. Ellis, Hoy campaign for increased education funding in Senate race
  7. State senate candidates square off on economic concerns, health care
  8. Legislators: County’s priority projects ‘out the door’ with Medicaid expansion
  9. Democrats running for state Senate talk legislature’s role in Confederate monuments
  10. Census specialist asks for city’s aid to get everyone counted
  11. Elections board to consider adding Sunday early voting
  12. Landmark designation deferred for Grubb-Sigmon-Weisiger House
  13. Political notebook: State Senate Democratic candidates to debate Thursday
  14. ‘Closer to the fire’: Craig Powers talks vision for city’s Public Works department
  15. City Council to prepare for census counting
  16. Early voters weigh in on their top priorities as primary election begins
  17. South Ellis Street house moves on with historic landmark designation application
  18. Blotter: Woman the victim of fraud after PayPal password change
  19. China Grove father charged with assaulting son with knife
  20. Democrat Hoy campaigns under hope, opportunity for state senate seat
  21. ‘Stand for the people’: Newcomer Tarsha Ellis runs as Democratic state senate candidate
  22. Lt. Gov. Forest tells Rowan County gathering law enforcement is top priority
  23. Landis sees fund balance grow to state’s recommended amount
  24. Salisbury-Rowan NAACP celebrates 41st birthday
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