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Comedy troupe Now Are the Foxes turns 10

SALISBURY – Ten years ago Lee Street Theatre had a problem. There was space reserved for a show, but the production did not come together. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Carl Blankenship.

Transportation Museum and Livingstone College present Green Book events for Black History Month

SPENCER — In observance of Black History Month, Livingstone College and the North Carolina Transportation Museum will jointly present two evenings of free community programming ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Looking ahead to spring at Hurley Park

By Danelle Cutting For the Salisbury Post Nothing says spring like spring flowering bulbs. After a cold, damp winter everyone is ready for some warmer ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Library Notes: Explore ‘Fraser’s Ridge’ with Rowan Public Library

By Laurie Lyda Rowan Public Library It’s always fun to see favorite titles in my Netflix “New Releases” queue. When I discovered that a new season ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

St. Luke’s Foundation appoints new trustees, opens spring grant applications

The St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Foundation has appointed two new members to its board of trustees. Lori Van Wallendael and Jennifer McKinney replace outgoing trustees ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Darrell Blackwelder column: Moss is a problem in cool-season lawns

Moss is a serious problem in our cool-season lawns. The overabundance of cool, wet weather along with poor growing conditions such as poor drainage, low ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Darrell Blackwelder.

Gotta’ Run: Latest news on runners’ hearts, Marchinko update

Last Saturday, mid-morning, I started getting texts from other runners. For a few weeks, many locals with lots of miles and marathons were keeping up ... Read more

2 weeks ago by David Freeze.

Karen Larimore Wilkinson Graduation

Karen Larimore Wilkinson, of Salisbury, graduated from the University of South Carolina with her Doctor of Education in Curriculum & Instruction with a concentration in ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Louise Rountree and the Second Jewel of Salisbury

By Pete Prunkl For Historic Salisbury Foundation Historic Salisbury Foundation has long referred to our town’s National Register Historic Districts as the Ten Jewels of ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Report.

Remember? Couple in memoirs class write about courting, coffee

For the past five years, I’ve facilitated a monthly memoir class at Trinity Oaks. I’ve met some lovely people who are fine writers. Two of ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Rowan County farmer directs America’s Farmers Grow Communities donation to Rowan County 4-H Club

Local farmer Cheryl Correll recently directed a $2,500 America’s Farmers Grow Communities donation, sponsored by Bayer Fund, to Rowan County 4-H. This donation was specifically ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Report.

Darrell Blackwelder column: Tree bark damage

Bark damage, especially near the base of the tree, is the No. 1 killer of many trees. Repeated bumping of the trunks with lawn mowers ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Darrell Blackwelder.

Ann Farabee column: The good gifts

By Ann Farabee This season we are living in — just keeps on giving us more reasons to frown — and to smile. I prefer ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Lynna Clark column: Follow the recipe

By Lynna Clark As you probably know by now, my hubby David is a fantastic cook. He just knows stuff: Like how to combine the ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Gotta’ Run: Exercise and caffeine, the good and bad

Runners everywhere have used caffeine to their advantage for years. I was one of them. Through the 1980s and ’90s, I raced nearly every weekend, ... Read more

3 weeks ago by David Freeze.

Ester Marsh: Extra weight pushes bulge above belly button out

When you do a sit-up and/or contract your abdominal muscles do you have a bulge above your belly button? It can even be present just ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Ester Marsh.

Doug Creamer column: We are called victors

By Doug Creamer Last Sunday, most people watched a football game with some commercials. I watched commercials with some football. If you are a Tom ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Library notes: Looking forward to March

By Jim Whalen Rowan Public Library Are you overwhelmed with all the COVID news? Just want to avoid and wait for it to go away? Warm ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Report.

Amy-Lynn Albertson column: Edible landscapes start with blueberries

By Amy-Lynn Albertson North Carolina Cooperative Extension Blueberries can be grown in home gardens anywhere in North Carolina if the right species and proper soil ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Choosing the right lawn care service

Lawn care and landscape maintenance is now big business in Rowan County. In 1979, Rowan County had only a scattering of lawn care companies. Today, ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Darrell Blackwelder.

Second-grader raises funds for animal shelter

Jaylee Leazer, a second-grader at West Rowan Elementary School, recently completed her “Service Above Self Challenge” by collecting donations for the Rowan County Animal Shelter. ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Gotta’ Run: Don’t even think about doing these things at your next race

Runners and walkers are nice people, almost always. But once in a while, one of them will forget their ethics and manners. After participation as ... Read more

4 weeks ago by David Freeze.

Toi Degree column: Helpful vaccine info

By Toi Degree N.C. Cooperative Extension Let me first begin with the fact that I am not a doctor, but I want to share with ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Ester Marsh column: A ‘better’ you

Are you looking for a “better” you? With the pandemic still going on, we all have had a lot of time to reflect. Sometimes, this ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Ester Marsh.

Library Notes: No passport needed if you have a library card

By Amanda Bosch Catawba College COVID-19 has forced so many changes in our daily lives from wearing masks, increasing hand washing and maintaining distance from ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Mike Wilson column — Ice capades

By Mike Wilson For the Salisbury Post I am no Nancy Kerrigan, by which I do not mean to suggest that I have never been ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Darrell Blackwelder column: Squirrels in the attic

I had a question a few weeks ago from a person who was hearing noises in her attic. She suspected it was a squirrel and ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Darrell Blackwelder.

Doug Creamer column: We see him differently

 By Doug Creamer I was out enjoying a nice walk the other day when my eye caught an interesting sight. There was some mistletoe growing ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

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