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

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, 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

"Serpents of the Seas" Exhibit Opens at Sea Life

Concord - Sea Life Charlotte-Concord Aquarium has unveiled a limited-time exhibit—Serpents of the Seas. The exhibit features nine species of eels from around the world, including the Dragon Moray eel,

Breaking Bread: Kicked-up Quiche Lorraine

                      From Chef Cami Ferguson Kicked-up Quiche Lorraine INGREDIE

How Much is That Doggie in the Window?

By: Kim CassellWalking through the doors of Cabarrus County Animal Control is an assault on the senses. Most prevalent is the barking of dogs. Others are visual: seeing a Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Dep

Sit! Stay!

By: Kim Cassell  From a young age, a dog can be socialized, then trained. It’s a personal preference, however, as to what method to utilize and who will teach it.  There’s a common goal in t

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