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Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.

Be the Inspiration!

“YOUR ACTS OF KINDNESS ARE IRIDESCENT WINGS OF DIVINE LOVE, WHICH LINGER AND CONTINUE TO UPLIFT OTHERS LONG AFTER YOUR SHARING.” - RUMI By: Kim Cassell September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Mo

CVB Takes on New staff: Executive VP, Honored

Concord - The Cabarrus County Convention & Visitor's Bureau (CVB) is enjoying accolades and welcoming new faces lately. John Mills was selected as the winner of the Charlotte Business Journal’s 2

Allegiant Annouces New Flights to Tampa/St. Pete.; More Jobs Too

Concord - Allegiant has announced new, nonstop jet service between Concord Regional Airport and Tampa Bay via St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport beginning Nov. 13, 2014. Tampa Bay becomes the s

Cabarrus Vistor Spending Continued to Break Records in 2013

CONCORD -  Domestic tourism in Cabarrus County generated an economic impact of $371.87 million in 2013, an increase of 2.5 percent  from 2012. Cabarrus County ranks 12th in travel impact among North C

United Way Hires Sarah Porter as Cabarrus Community Director

Concord  – United Way of Central Carolinas has named Sarah Porter as Cabarrus Community Director, overseeing county operations and providing campaign and fund allocation leadership in the Cabarrus com

Breaking Bread: Quinoa Tabbouleh

Cabarrus Magazine is happy to feature personal Chef Camilla Ferguson. she brings one of her own recipes to Cabarrus Magazine readers each month, so Bon Appetit! Quinoa TabboulehGreat retro summer

A Stepping Stone to Success

By: Kim CassellAccording to autism-society.org, One percent of this country’s underage population (children aged three to 17) has an “autism spectrum disorder (ASD).” That’s one in 68 children, with b

Alternative Schooling In Cabarrus County: What Are Your options?

By: Kim CassellA child’s education is very important, especially in light of technical, scientific and medical advancements that call for a specialized skill set in the general workforce.These days, a

Biting Into Common Core

By: Kim Cassell For those with school-age children, the debate over Common Core State Standards (CCSS) is a very heated one. For those not impacted, it’s just plain confusing and this article cou

Cabarrus County Now Home to NCWORKS Career Center

Concord - The Centralina Workforce Development Board (WDB)  has announced that the Cabarrus County NCWORKS Career Center in Concord has met the NC Commission on Workforce Development’s established cri

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