Emily Francis, an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher at W.M. Irvin Elementary School, was recently in a People.com magazine article.
Cabarrus County Schools said in January that it wants names for its newest elementary school.
Allie Schwartz, Marketing and Communications Director for Catawba Lands Conservancy, gives us the inside scoop on the 1,590-mile planned network of connected trails and more.
Cabarrus County has had plenty of game changers in our community, past and present. Here are two such people that are doing what they can to make our community a great place to live.
For five nights in 1993, Concord went from a sleepy little town to the center of national attention as rioting broke out after the death of a black man in police custody.
February is African American History month, so we wanted to celebrate some local heroes in our community, explore the history of the celebration and tell the story of the '93 Concord riots.
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College recently broke ground on new Advanced Technology Center.
The first project would involve the block of properties and buildings on West Avenue which will be adjacent to the Sports and Entertainment Venue.
Couch to 5K (C25K) is a fitness program that the City of Concord Parks and Recreation Department puts on each year. Their goal is to compete in a 5K or 10K put on by the city.
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!