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    KANNAPOLIS — Keith Seramur of Seramur & Associates, PC will be sharing his findings after a thorough ground penetrating radar evaluation of the 1776 Historic Phifer Graveyard at the next meeting of the Kannapolis History Associates.

      CONCORD — The North Carolina Judicial Branch’s official court reporters participated in a community service project during their annual educational conference, held in Concord last week, by using their unique talents and skills to compile oral histories.

      U.S. Navy Seaman First Class Joseph Grady Black Jr. (known as JG) was the first resident of Cabarrus County, North Carolina, to be killed in combat during World War II. This is the third part of a series of stories about him.

      U.S. Navy Seaman First Class Joseph Grady Black Jr. (known as JG) was the first resident of Cabarrus County, North Carolina, to be killed in combat during World War II. This is the second part of a series of stories about him.

      The date that lives in infamy: December 7, 1941. It was the brilliant, surprise attack by naval air forces of the Empire of Japan on the U.S. Navy's Pacific Fleet and military installations at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The tragic event brought the United States into World War II. Ultimately, the…

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      Snapshots of Cabarrus Past features photos and news clippings from the past. Some come from the newspaper, while others come from local organizations, including the Kannapolis History Associates, Historic Cabarrus Association, the Eastern Cabarrus Historical Society. If you have a photo or c…

      Jefferson Finis Davis was born in 1808 and died in 1889. Davis served, as a Democrat, in the U.S. Senate the House of Representatives. From 1861 until 1865, Davis was selected as the president of the Confederate states. He was the leader of people who believed that Blacks were chattel and sh…

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