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Natalie Anderson, Author at Salisbury Post

Natalie Anderson

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New zip code in county sees COVID-19 cases with more than 300 new tests reported

By Natalie Anderson natalie.anderson@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — After 18 individuals tested positive for COVID-19 Friday and Saturday, the county’s total count is now up to 734. ... Read more

‘Message of unity’: Protesters dress in ‘Sunday best’ to honor George Floyd

By Natalie Anderson natalie.anderson@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — A youth-led group of protesters dressed in their “Sunday best” and gathered at the Rowan County Courthouse on Thursday ... Read more

Blotter: China Grove man arrested on breaking and entering, felony drug charges

By Natalie Anderson natalie.anderson@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — A China Grove man was arrested on Tuesday for breaking and entering and multiple drug charges, according to the ... Read more

One additional new COVID-19 case in veterans home; average age of positive cases drops

By Natalie Anderson natalie.anderson@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — One veteran from the N.C. State Veterans Home was among the 13 new COVID-19 cases in the county Thursday, ... Read more

More Articles

  1. City Council looks at specific options for continuing transit service
  2. Case count grows by more than two dozen to surpass 700
  3. Landis approves 2020-21 budget that looks to be step in ‘right direction’
  4. Number of currently positive cases decreases by two dozen
  5. Protests reignite debate about whether to move ‘Fame’ Confederate statue
  6. Mayor responds to escalating protests with state of emergency, curfew
  7. Commissioners to send Gov. Cooper a request to ‘reopen’ local economy
  8. West End Plaza becomes COVID-19 testing site
  9. Commissioners talk incentives for broadband construction, 2020 election funding
  10. Biz Briefs: Salisbury VA Medical Center reopens MRI services
  11. Commissioners to hold public hearing for 2020-21 proposed budget
  12. Behind every New Sarum specialty brew is a ‘scientific method’ to the madness
  13. UPDATED: One nursing home outbreak considered over; COVID-19 case count continues rising
  14. Problems for farmers, infrastructure with 2020 on track to be wettest on record
  15. Nursing home COVID-19 deaths continue rising with three more reported Thursday
  16. New positions proposed in county’s budget include health preparedness coordinator, waste enforcement officer
  17. Salute to Service: Truck drivers serve as ‘backbone’ of supply chain even more so in a pandemic
  18. Pandemic construction expenses, new testing site on list of approved expenses for county’s $2.56 million grant
  19. County reports two more deaths, resulting in seven new deaths in two days
  20. Commissioners to hold special meeting for state coronavirus relief grant
  21. Two more test positive for COVID-19, bringing county total to 600
  22. Blotter: Salisbury man arrested for fleeing arrest, assaulting an officer while impaired
  23. Some successful for dine-in reopening, another sees continued preference for to-go orders
  24. Banks, businesses receive PPP forgiveness instructions, advocate for more time
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