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5 hrs ago | The Gaston Gazette
Rising fifth-graders are at a pivotal age, Gastonia police say. That's when students are transitioning to middle school and could start the path to becoming involved with gangs or drugs.
10 hrs ago | The Gaston Gazette
Mother-and-son duo Melanie Stover and James Hughes opened Sharkey's Place a little more than two years ago at 141 W. Main Ave. Last month they downsized and rebranded, converting their business into Burger Island.
14 hrs ago | Lake Wylie Pilot
The revision, orchestrated by the state Department of Environment and Natural Resources, unraveled nearly five years of work by a variety of stakeholders to come up with rules adopted by two state commissions.
18 hrs ago | The Gaston Gazette
A free Christian runner's camp at the Erwin Center field invites elementary-age children to lace up their sneakers each evening.
22 hrs ago | WLOS
Police are investigating the theft of thousands of dollars in train parts from trains parked in Gastonia in the last month.
GASTONIA Defense witnesses on Wednesday testified that they trusted former East Gaston High School wrestling coach Gary Scott Goins and never saw any suspicious actions by the coach.
More than $150,000 in train parts have been stolen from Piedmont & Northern Railway within the last month.
PFLAG Gaston is bringing visibility to an issue that's often overlooked. The organization's newest theater production, "Dead End Road: No Turn Around?" addresses homelessness and the impact it has on our city, state, nation and world.
A 3-month-old baby was rushed to the hospital after police said they found the child's mother and her boyfriend were caring for the child while under the influence of drugs.
Christopher Lee Sisk, 37, of 1119 Safeway Drive, Gastonia, was charged with possessing, distributing meth precursor and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Gastonia voters who want a say in their local leadership often feel there's a long, cold winter between elections.
Richard Wolfe and Frances Culp Wolfe celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on July 26, 2014.
A convicted child rapist just released after spending more than a dozen years in prison was put back in jail Monday after being found living near a Gastonia home day care.
Former high school wrestling coach Scott Goins was in court Thursday, July 17, 2014 as jury selection continued at the Gaston County Courthouse on North Marietta Street in Gastonia.
On May 15, a group of teenagers gathered on a playground for a photo op. It sounds like an ordinary happening, but for those kids and the photographer, it was a case of deju vu as they revisited a scene from 10 years prior.
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Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 09:43 pm
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