Salisbury-based Three Rivers Land Trust (TRLT) has announcd that it will be receiving support from the REI Co-op in the amount of $5,400 to assist with the development of a paddling access point on the Uwharrie River on Highway 49 near Asheboro,
Kannapolis Fire Chief Tracy Winecoff is pleased to announce the promotion of several personnel in order to fill current vacancies, including two senior level retirements, and to support a new organizational structure.
One of the largest Fourth of July celebrations in North Carolina was canceled earlier this week by organizers in the town of Faith. On Thursday, organizers provided a news release giving more insight into the decision to cancel.
It has been said the show must go on. This is true until it is not. Piedmont Players Theatre (PPT) and Lee Street Theatre (LST) have found common ground and community, as they have joined forces to keep theatrical performing arts alive in Salisbury.
A Rowan County man was apprehended by police in Salisbury after an unsuccessful attempt to rob a convenience store, and unsuccessful attempt to steal a truck, successfully stealing a car, then getting caught trying to run away from police.
The Salisbury Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with Rowan-Cabarrus YMCA, will host “COVID-19 for 19,” a virtual run, walk to raise funds for Rowan Helping Ministries food bank for COVID-19 assistance.
Restrictions on public gatherings and the closure of movie theaters have led to a resurgence of the popularity of of the drive-in movie. Now Rowan County residents will be able to once again enjoy that once popular pastime.
The Kannapolis Cannonballers strengthened that commitment today by announcing they have become the Presenting Sponsor of Walk Cabarrus, a community-wide walking campaign focused on creating a healthier community.
As has become tradition on Memorial Day Weekend, Charlotte Motor Speedway will once again pay tribute to the men of women of the U.S. Armed Forces with a rousing display of patriotism both before and during Sunday’s 61st running of the Coca-Cola 600.
More than 650 graduates will receive associate degrees, diplomas and certifications at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College this spring, a demonstration of the resilience and perseverance of the Class of 2020, despite the challenges from COVID-19.
All across the area businesses have suffered due to the pandemic. Many closed, others have tried to change how they operate just to hang on. In Rowan County a new task force has been formed with a comprehensive plan to help local businesses and displaced workers.
According to a press release from Senator Carl Ford, (R-Rowan, Stanly), Senate Leader Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) and House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) today jointly announced protocols for legislative operations beginning May 18, 2020.
The collection of white goods (appliances) and electronic waste has resumed in Kannapolis. These services were suspended in March due to COVID-19 when Waste Management instituted stricter safety protocols for its employees.
Last week the North Carolina Sheriff’s Association issued a resolution calling for Governor Roy Cooper to amend the Stay at Home to allow for churches to hold worship services inside, provided they meet the same social distancing guidelines as businesses.
Catawba College is planning to re-open to students in the fall, with the campus undergoing deep cleaning during the summer months in preparation, according to an announcement this week by Dr. Ken Clapp, Interim President.