New Year’s Eve festivities began at 9 p.m. and included light refreshments, live entertainment by the Salisbury-based band, Livehouse, games, live video from Times Square and ringing in the New Year at midnight! This was a free, family friendly event that was open to the public.
Beer and Wine was made available for purchase from Downtown Salisbury, INC. Celebrate the start of 2020 as a community with us!
We look forward to bringing in the 2021 New Year at the newly rennovated Bell Tower Green Park! And we hope to see you there!
Attendees will enjoy tasty Cheerwine-inspired food and drinks, live entertainment, local craft vendors, family-friendly activities and plenty of delicious ice-cold cherry goodness in downtown Salisbury.
Hotwire Communications brings Fision to Salisbury! Residents are welcome to stop by the Fision Experience Center located at 114 S. Main St. to pay bills, pick up or drop off equipment, or speak directly to customer service representatives.
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As a participant in the Inclusive Public Art Initiative, the College will launch a unique project aimed at highlighting stories of diversity and inclusion
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For the second time in four years, Rowan County’s Little League softball team reigned as world champs after defeating Louisiana in the World Series. Rowan got off to an early lead and never looked back, winning 4-1 at Alpenrose Stadium in Portland, Oregon.
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Team Auto Group will be rehabilitating historic buildings in Downtown Salisbury to bring their headquarters, officers and call center to downtown. Want to learn more, click below.
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What started out in 1961 as an idea for a “little theatre” and with the help of a tremendous amount of generous volunteers and donors, has grown to become a Salisbury institution. After performing the first few years at Knox Junior High School, a young PPT moved performances to Hedrick
Theater at Catawba College in 1964, where the organization remained and continued to grow for nearly three decades. Resident Director Reid Leonard arrived at PPT in 1986 and immediately gained a reputation for doing a variety of top quality shows, from intense dramas to screwball comedies. In 1992, PPT purchased the Meroney Theater in Downtown Salisbury.
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