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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

Making Connections

By: Kim Cassell When the LYNX light rail system began operating in 2007, there were a number of Doubting Thomases that felt the Charlotte area wasn't ready, predicting the venture would not succeed. T

Harrisburg Will Be Home to New Pepsi Bottling Facility

RALEIGH, NC - Pepsi Bottling Ventures will invest over $12.5 million in constructing a new 200,000 square-foot sales and distribution facility located on 32 acres off Highway 49 in the Town of Harrisb

Grand Event Planned for Phifer Exhibition Premiere

CONCORD – If you’ve never heard of Robert F. Phifer (1849-1928), it may surprise you to learn of his impact on art within the State of North Carolina. The Historic Cabarrus Association will host a din

City of Kannapolis to Acquire Downtown Properties

KANNAPOLIS  – The City of Kannapolis and Mr. David H. Murdock have negotiated a transaction regarding 46 acres of property in Downtown Kannapolis. The City will pay $5.55 million for the property whic

The Thrill of the Hunt...and the Find

Due in large part to popular television shows like American Pickers, Storage Wars and Pawn Stars, picking has become a phenomenon. The common denominator is love of the collectible.  By: Kimberly

Cabarrus County Launches e-Records for Land Transactions

CONCORD – The Cabarrus County Register of Deeds Office records approximately 30,000 land records each year. This is in addition to other vital records, such as birth, death and marriage certificates.

Breaking Bread: Double Cheese French Onion Soup

Cabarrus Magazine is happy to feature personal CHEF CAMILLA FERGUSON. she WILL BE BRINGING ONE OF HER OWN RECIPES TO CABARRUS MAGAZINE READERS EACH MONTH, so Bon Appetit!  Double Cheese French On

Pretty Posies

By: Kim Cassell Flowers have been part of wedding ceremonies since the 8th to 6th centuries, BC, in ancient Greece. They represented love, happiness and congratulations for the couple.  “Flowers

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