It's “Clean Up Time” for Salisbury residents.
The City's Public Service Department will hold its Spring Spruce Up during the week of March 23-27 for residential customers.
Get ready for spring by getting rid of your old appliances, tires and extra bagged trash. Spring Spruce Up also marks the final week for loose leaf collection.
Residents are asked to have their items at the curb on their regular collection day before 7:00 a.m.
Tires cannot have rims and are limited to five per location. No building materials or televisions and computer equipment can be collected.
For questions about the pick-up contact Public Services at 704-638-5260.
A three month long investigation as resulted in an arrest and several charges against a Salisbury man.
Randy Nesbit, 30, is believed to have sold drugs to a 36-year-old man who later died, deputies say.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have charged 20-year-old Jesus Reyes Lopez for his involvement in the fire set at the Woodscape Apartments on Farm Pond Lane.
A man can be seen driving onto Woodard’s property in an SUV. The video shows him releasing a puppy from its pen and carrying it over to his vehicle.
The bobbleheads feature the Panthers’ quarterback and former Auburn Tiger standout doing the dab in a variety of versions.