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A manufacturing city Gastonia is home to the headquarters of Parkdale Mills, the number one producer of spun yarn in the world. Attractions in the area include The Schiele Museum of Natural History, The Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, as well as the U.S. National White Water Center, located on the Catawba River. The White Water Center is a training and recreation facility that specializes in everything from whitewater rafting to mountain biking

Population: 69904
Local Newspapers: The Gaston Gazette
Local Sports Teams: The Gaston Grizzlies (CPL baseball)
Local Colleges: Gaston College

Zip Codes associated with gastonia, north carolina: 28034 28052 28054 28056 28092
Towns/Cities near gastonia, north carolina : Bessemer City Dallas Kings Mountain Shelby Ranio Lowell Cramerton

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Exhibit celebrates African-American art Updated at

Dwight Smith was unpacking boxes. Bubble wrap and cardboard littered the floor of the Rosenthal Gallery at Fayetteville State University as he worked.

The big thaw

Though sunny skies and warmer temperatures will likely chip away at Gaston County's snow total, an overnight freeze is expected to return the black ice that made driving dangerous Thursday morning. More freeze: The solar radiation provided by a clear and sunny day does wonders toward melting snow, according to Chris Horne of the National Weather Service.

200 without power as Gastonia under deep freeze

Hundreds of people were without power Thursday morning as temperatures dipped into the teens and icy roads made seeking shelter elsewhere difficult. The outages, which affected 200 people in south Gastonia, were caused by fallen trees or limbs, according to Duke Energy.

Hazardous conditions expected as snow freezes

Somewhere between 2 and 3 1/2 inches of snow fell across Gaston County on Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures never rose much about freezing on Wednesday, and they were expected to dip down into teens by early Thursday morning.

Gaston braces for snow

Ready or not, Gaston County is expected to wake up to a light snowfall of 1 to 3 inches Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for all of the western Piedmont of North Carolina and the upstate of South Carolina.

CapStack Buys in Nashville Under SE Apt. Mandate

For its first transaction under an investment mandate it secured last summer, CapStack partnered with Gastonia, NC-based MACC Venture Partners. Get alerted any time new stories match your search criteria.

Gaston NAACP celebrates Martin Luther King

Hundreds of Gaston County residents gathered in a small gym Monday to celebrate the legacy of a civil rights icon. The Gaston County NAACP continued its yearly Martin Luther King Jr. Day tradition by meeting inside the Erwin Center gymnasium.

Brenda Burgess

Brenda Diane Pope Burgess, 74, entered into rest Saturday, January 13, 2018. Mrs. Burgess was born in Gastonia, N.C., the daughter of the late Raymond Lee Pope and Juanita Watson Pope.

Gaston Pour House asking for city's help

A fledgling restaurant in Gastonia has become the latest to pursue some assistance from a municipal grant program for downtown businesses. Gaston Pour House opened in August at 170 S. South St., in the space occupied for several years by Zoe's Coffee House.

VIDEO: New regional director enjoying journey through library -

"I love reading and learning, and I believe that a library can offer many services and experiences to enrich lives in so many ways," said newest director of the Northwestern Regional Library, Joan Sherif. "Public libraries are for everyone and are so important to our society and way of life."

Ashbrook grad gets 5 years for stealing from UNC Tar Heel student ministry

A former Gastonia man who stole more than $150,000 from the student ministry he worked for - money used to take European vacations and catch Celine Dion at a Las Vegas concert - will spend nearly five years in federal prison. Brian Lee Cansler graduated from Ashbrook High School in 2009 before attending UNC Chapel Hill and majoring in linguistics.

A trained dog is a happy dog

Melanie Perry spends her workdays commanding man's best friend to listen. As a dog trainer and owner of Gastonia Dog Wizard, her day consists of house training new puppies and correcting bad behavior problems.

Warrants issued for alleged drug dealers

For most of 2017, Cleveland County Sheriff Alan Norman and his investigators have put a concerted effort into finding alleged drug dealers.

City paying high price for home to cut sewer construction costs Updated at

Gastonia plans to buy a local residential lot for above its market value just so it can raze the home there and get it out of the way. City leaders say the price they pay for the property and the demolition will end up saving taxpayers money in the grand scheme of things.

Retired trooper battling Parkinson's completes cross-country walk

A retired North Carolina Highway Patrol trooper living with Parkinson's disease has completed his cross-country walk to raise awareness for the condition. Highway Patrol and Gaston County Police cruisers escorted Tommy Dellinger and his crowd of supporters for the final four miles of his journey, walking from Food Lion to the Gaston County Police station on West Franklin Boulevard on Saturday.

Five questions with Gastonia's newest councilwoman

The newest member of Gastonia City Council is coming into the role with a determined attitude and the confidence that she can excel in representing residents of the city. Jennifer Stepp was elected to the council last month out of Ward 5, securing victory with 46 percent of the vote and defeating two challengers in Mark Wilson and Nancy Rosemond.

Native musicians who died last year to be honored during benefit concert

Gaston County lost two of the most talented musicians and performers it has ever known within a five-month span in 2017. So to help get the new year started on a more positive note, a special concert will be held to pay homage the legacies of both Ron Ownbey and John Alexander.

Gastonia teen OK after shooting

A teen is expected to be OK after being shot twice during an assault at a Gastonia apartment complex this week. Police were called to the 800 block of Barkley Street off of North Chester Street just before 8 p.m. Tuesday.

Get to know: A Gastonia police officer

Before anyone at the Gastonia Police Department can become a sergeant, a captain or any other position of leadership, they must go through the steps everyone else takes. For Gastonia native Dylan Rice, who had long dreamed of serving his city in the police force, that meant time with the agency's Explorers program while in high school and a trip through police academy at Gaston College before starting work.

Stepping into Oz

The main branch of the Gaston County Public Library in Gastonia is a little brighter now, thanks to the work of local commercial and residential interior designer Randal Tolbert. "It's like sitting in a bowl of oatmeal," said Tolbert of the 40-year-old building's bland cream color.

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