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Cabarrus Magazine

In this Issue: Jan. '16

Dec 31, 2015 08:58AM ● By Jason Huddle
Jason Huddle, Publisher

The New Year is all about starting a new chapter, and for Cabarrus Magazine it’s no different. This month marks the completion of 15 years publishing this magazine! You – the readers – continue to support us, as do our advertisers, so we’d like to express our heart-felt appreciation for helping us become the premier magazine for Cabarrus County.

And we’re not the only ones celebrating new beginnings this month. Construction has been completed on the new Concord and Kannapolis city hall buildings. For the first time in a very long time, both municipalities will enjoy having all their departments under one roof. What’s more, these are state-of-the-art facilities that will be able to handle the continued growth and changes taking place in our community.

After years of sitting dormant on the corner of Church Street and Cabarrus Avenue in downtown Concord, the old Heilig-Meyers building has reopened as a modern apartment building. It is the first of its kind in the Historic District and we’ve got a look at this hot property!

And for those looking to make a fresh start in their careers, the new NCWorks Career Center (formerly the NC Employment Security Commission) provides a modern and upbeat environment with all the technological bells and whistles.

What is your fresh start this year? How will you turn a page and what does your story hold? I know I’m excited about 2016 and wish that yours is the best year yet. Thank you for making the first 15 years of Cabarrus Magazine so wonderful. As always, don’t forget to support those who support us.


Happy New Year!

Jason Huddle

Click Below to Read the Individual Articles This Month or Check out the Whole Magazine!

Lofts 29: Places in the Heart

The New City Halls: Finally, Everyone Under One Roof



Breaking Bread: Black Bean Turkey Chili


On the Job: the New NCWorks Career Center


January '16: A New Chapter

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