If your child is struggling in school, take the first step toward helping your child become a more confident learner by having his or her cognitive skills assessed.
The 508 events center recently celebrated a ribbon cutting with the Cabarrus Chamber of Commerce.
Building your own garden at home can help improve a child's behavior, boost their nutrition awareness and teach them to work with others. The NCRC is helping students do just that.
As the days are getting longer and warmer, Chef Daniel Garmon of Fruitful Catering pulls out a pasta salad recipe to cool us off and impress friends!
Repurposing wood has become a hot trend, but it is also a time-honored tradition that has been popular for generations.
When the home renovation extends beyond what the homeowner can comfortably handle, there are companies in Cabarrus County that make it their business to lessen the pain.
It's that time again! Vote for your favorite Cabarrus businesses in four categories from now until April 15 at 10 pm! The winners will be announced on May 6th during at Celebrate Cabarrus!
Thinking of doing some home improvements, or fixing up your house to get it ready for sale? Local realtor, Bryan Kalentek has some helpful tips on where to start and how to go about it!
March is Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Awareness Month and the David H. Murdock Research Institute (DHMRI) invites the community to join their team for Walk MS: Cabarrus-Rowan 2016.
With Spring here, if you are a parent, it means many summer camps have opened up enrollment and it is time to start thinking about signing up. To help you weigh some options we have put together this list of summer camps with options for a range or ages, interests and timeframes.