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Dixonville-Lincoln Memorial Breaks Ground in Salisbury, Has a Three-Phased Initiative

The City of Salisbury and Dixonville-Lincoln Memorial Project Task Force, celebrated the groundbreaking for the Dixonville-Lincoln Memorial. Here's why it's important.

Concord Friends of the Library to Host Local Scholar's Presentation on Famous & Infamous NC Women

The North Carolina Humanities Council Road Scholar Randell Jones is coming to Concord to present "Famous and Infamous Women of NC." We got all the details from the author himself!

Restored Coca-Cola Sign in Concord Recognized in Larry Jorgensen's “THE COCA-COLA TRAIL”

The Concord project is the lead item in a chapter called "Coca-Cola Ghost Signs."

Concord Museum's "A City of Steeples" Explores the Stories Behind the Churches that have Served Their Communities for Over 100 years

Ashley Sedlak-Propst, the Executive Director of Historic Cabarrus Association, Inc. gives us some more information about the Concord Museum's latest exhibit.

Reed Gold Mine's 40th Anniversary Celebration to be Commemorated with Rare, Special Living History Demonstrations

Re-enactors and living history specialists will join Reed Gold Mine from across the country to celebrate its history.

Downtown Concord Historic Walking Tours: Bringing History Back to Life

Tour guide, author, and local historian Michael Eury discusses the rich history of Concord in the Historic Walking Tours.

DAR’s Cabarrus Black Boys Chapter: Perpetuating the Memory

By: Kim Cassell  DAR stands for Daughters of the American Revolution. A now-international, non-political, non-profit organization, it was founded in 1890 by four women in Washington, DC: Mary Smi

Historic Cabarrus Association: Preserving Our Heritage

By: Kim Cassell The Historic Cabarrus County Courthouse, at 65 Union Street south in Concord, was scheduled for demolition in 1973 after the completion of the current courthouse. The site was going to

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