Videos: Public Commentary at Salisbury City Council on April 18th 2017: Todd Paris–Mayor Alexander Vs. Councilman Hardin–Carolyn Logan–More

April 19, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Videos: Public Commentary at Salisbury City Council on April 18th 2017: Todd Paris–Mayor Alexander Vs. Councilman Hardin–Carolyn Logan–More: Salisbury Attorney Todd Paris on Ethical and Legal Violations of City Hall’s Investigation of Councilman Kenny Hardin: Mayor Alexander Pleads Innocent to Authorizing Investigation, City Councilman Hardin Stands Firm on What the League Lawyer Said: […]

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Citizen Todd Paris Addresses the Salisbury City Council about their Investigation of Councilman Kenny Hardin on Tuesday April 18th

April 18, 2017

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Todd Paris, Staff Writer and Salisbury Attorney ♦ Good Evening City Council, According to Councilman Hardin, you are in the process of investigating him. The way in which you have done it, has failed to follow proper procedure and has violated state law. First, Councilman Hardin is not a city employee. The grievance procedure outlined […]

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Salisbury: Attempted Break-in Downtown at Sweet Meadow Cafe on N. Main St. Monday // Maia Janashia Smith’s Review of a Recent RFP Report

April 18, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Burglaries, break-ins, and unlawful entries continue at a breakneck clip throughout Salisbury. Especially hard hit are the Downtown restaurants, lounges, and shops. Good grief how can these businesses survive with limited foot and vehicular traffic, violent crime stalking the area, little parking, and the high overhead artificially created by the largest municipal […]

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Nathan Currie, Superintendent of the North Carolina Connections Academy, Answers Important Questions about Virtual Schools in Rowan County

April 17, 2017

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RFP Staff/ Nathan Currie,  Superintendent North Carolina Connections Academy ♦ At the April 10, 2017 Rowan Salisbury Board of Education meeting, the board heard a vague discussion regarding using Rowan County tax money to open a virtual academy to home school students and private school students. This area is certainly one in which the school board would […]

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The Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA®) Recently Awarded the Salisbury Police International Accreditation

April 17, 2017

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Todd Paris, Staff Writer and Salisbury Attorney ♦ Some of the local media revealed the Salisbury Police Department was recently awarded international accreditation for the 26th straight year from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) Inc. Their site says: “CALEA operates as an independent, nonprofit (501[c]3) corporation, and has a professional staff managed […]

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Salisbury: Salisbury Police Vehicle Hit and Run Victim Sunday Night at Statesville Boulevard and W. Innes Street. Honda Accord Sought

April 17, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ The Salisbury Police are searching for a dark (black–blue) recent model Honda Accord with tinted windows involved in a hit and run with a police vehicle (2015 black and white 4-door Chevvy Caprice patrol car) at approximately 8:15 p.m. Sunday. The Honda Accord fled the scene of the accident at Statesville Boulevard […]

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Salisbury: Terrence Robb Arrested Wednesday on Mocksville Avenue for Alleged Controlled Substance II Drug Possession

April 17, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ According to Salisbury Police sources Terrence Burt Robb, a convicted felon living at 209 N. Ellis Street in Salisbury, was arrested on Wednesday April 12th at 530 Mocksville Avenue for alleged controlled substance II drug possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver.  After a vehicle search, Robb was handcuffed, taken into custody, and driven […]

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