Posted at 12:47pm on May. 20, 2013
Work is scheduled to resume Tuesday on Old Charlotte Road in Concord, according to city officials.
Posted at 11:07am on May. 17, 2013
A newly constructed canoe/kayak launch point in the Midland area is the first on a planned 59-mile recreational waterway on the Rocky River. Its expected to open to the public in July.
Posted at 10:46am on May. 17, 2013
Building on the popularity of problem-solving STEM programs among students and parents, the system will open a new STEM program this fall.
Posted at 3:37pm on May. 18, 2013
Blu Avenue, formed in 2009, won the “Race to Stardom” fan vote on Facebook for the opportunity to play before their biggest audience ever.
Posted at 11:18am on May. 16, 2013
Grant projects: The Cabarrus County Active Living and Parks Commission is accepting applications for local matching incentive grant projects. The grant program encourages community groups to work with county government to develop recreation facilities in overlooked areas into neighborhood treasures. For an application or details, call 704-920-3360, visit www.cabarruscounty.us or visit the Cabarrus County Senior Center, 331 Corban Ave. S.E., Concord.
Posted at 11:39am on May. 16, 2013
Courtney Smith left paralegal career to find her passion in teaching English and language arts at C.C. Griffin Middle School.
Posted at 1:32pm on May. 16, 2013
Vickie Honeycutt was a beloved teacher at Mount Pleasant High School, and later worked to recruit and support teachers for Cabarrus County Schools. She died of breast cancer in 2010. The foundation named for her supports educators and their families who face cancer.
Posted at 12:35pm on May. 16, 2013
The Mooresville Artist Guild and Dale Jr. Foundation have come up with an artistic way for fans to pay tribute to NASCAR’s popular driver and also raise money to renovate the historic depot where the guild hosts its art shows.
Posted at 12:28pm on May. 10, 2013
For the 5k obstacle course race, Frank Liske Park will expand its boundaries to include areas that have never been opened to the public.
Posted at 11:20am on May. 10, 2013
Teachers would get raises if county commissioners approve the school board’s proposed budget; but Cabarrus County still ranks only 59th among the state’s 115 school systems in local funding per pupil.