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Halfway There: Our Top 10 Articles of 2018 (So Far)

As we pass the halfway point of 2018, we remember Cabarrus Magazine's top articles of the year so far.

Local Illustrator Visits Cabarrus County Libraries, Inspires Others to get Creative

Gordon C. James, a Charlotte-based artist, told us us all about his recent tour through the Cabarrus County Libraries, his book “Crown an Ode to the Fresh Cut" and his future goals.

New Local Nonprofit First Responders 1st Provides Emotional Support for Those Serving the Community

First Responders 1st (FR1) was started in January of 2018 by Lonnie Clouse. Find out more about the Cabarrus County nonprofit here.

CDDC President Alan Bishop Honored at NC Main Street Conference

Recently Alan Bishop, the Concord Downtown Development Corporation's president, was recognized for his work in the community at the NC Main Street Conference.

Concord Native Serves in the U.S. Navy with Commander, Task Force 70

A Concord, North Carolina, native and 2011 Northwest Cabarrus High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy half a world away.

Sanfilippo Syndrome: The Rare Genetic Disorder that Inspired the Fadden Family to Start Aislinn’s Wish Foundation

Aislinn was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Sanfilippo Syndrome. Her family created Aislinn’s Wish Foundation to help find a cure.

Cabarrus Health Alliance Receives 'Project Public Health Ready' Designation

CHA is the first local health department in the state of NC to receive the 'Project Public Health Ready' designation from the National Association of County and City Health Officials.

A Cabarrus County Schools’ Teacher Recently Featured in a National Magazine

Emily Francis, an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher at W.M. Irvin Elementary School, was recently in a People.com magazine article.

Charlotte Resident Haylah is Creating Mats for the Homeless Out of Recycled Grocery Bags

And she needs your help.

Local Concord Radio Celebrity Robert D. Raiford Passes Away

It was recently announced that local Concord radio celebrity Robert D. Raiford had passed away at 89.

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