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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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Police: Woman wrecks after OD'ing while driving Posted at

A Gastonia woman had to be given Naloxone so that she would regain consciousness after she overdosed while behind the wheel of her 1999 Honda on Monday, according to Gastonia Police. Pamela Annette Mitchell, 43, of 124 Kickappo Ave., was traveling on East Franklin Boulevard near South New Hope Road at 2:27 p.m. Monday when she rear-ended another vehicle.

Davis chosen as new school board member

During its monthly meeting on Monday, the school board selected Davis, an attorney in Gastonia, by majority vote from 11 total candidates who submitted applications for the vacant school board seat. "I saw this as an opportunity to serve and get involved," said Davis, moments after the school board announced its decision.

Gaston gets sex education conference for LGBTQ+ teens

Nine million people in the United States identify under the LGBTQ spectrum, according to a study by the UCLA Williams Institute. As a way to be more inclusive to teens who identify as LGBTQ+, Gaston County's Department of Health and Human Services is partnering with Time Out Youth, a LGBTQ+ center in Charlotte, to bring a youth LGBTQ+ conference to Gastonia.

Man charged with killing girlfriend takes the stand

An accused killer says fear and panic, not guilt, compelled him to lie to police about his girlfriend's death. Richard "Tyler" Lewis now acknowledges that he drove his truck into Ashley Christine Young on Nov. 12, 2016.

Police make arrest after man stabbed in chest in Gaston County

Police have arrested a man accused of stabbing another man in the chest Sunday night in Gastonia. Officials with the Gaston County police said they responded to a home in the 100 block of Stoney Oaks Drive around 6 p.m. and found 30-year-old Brandon Lee Carlin suffering from a stab wound to the chest.

Sheriff's Office continues with drug roundups

Three more suspects were nabbed this week in law enforcement's ongoing roundup of alleged drug dealers in the county.

Gastonia seeking bids for management of downtown festivals

A majority of Gastonia leaders this month elected to open up the bidding on the management of municipal downtown festivals. Their rationale was that more potential candidates should be allowed to make a pitch to the city on how they could make the events as successful as possible, for the most reasonable price.

School board to choose new member Monday Updated at

All 11 candidates for the school board say they still plan to interview for the vacant South Point Township seat on Monday. Each candidate - six women and five men - submitted to the school board an application for the position ahead of the Feb. 2 deadline.

Gaston College becomes Merit Badge University Updated at

Boy Scouts from across the region studied to earn merit badges during the organization's annual Merit Badge University program on Saturday. Hosted in classrooms across the Dallas campus of Gaston College, more than 125 volunteer instructors taught merit badge classes in about 40 different categories.

Man dies from apparent medical condition, driving into tree in Gastonia

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Blowing Rock Council rejects 12-unit townhomes project

A concept drawing of the Blowing Rock Townhomes, which was presented at the February Blowing Rock Town Council meeting, Feb. 13. Walter Fields explains sightlines of the proposed Blowing Rock Townhomes project during Blowing Rock Town Council on Tuesday, Feb. 13. A concept drawing of the Blowing Rock Townhomes, which was presented at the February Blowing Rock Town Council meeting, Feb. 13. BLOWING ROCK - A six-hour, 58-minute town council meeting saw more than a dozen different topics, including the unanimous denial of the Blowing Rock Townhomes project proposal for behind The Speckled Trout on U.S. 221, Rainey Street and Morningside Drive in front of a packed chamber, many who showed up just for that point of discussion.

Arts in NC, America richer for contributions by African Americans

African American History Month discussions would not be complete if we did not include the contributions made to the arts and humanities. From the past to the present, there have been countless writers, poets, artisans and performers who have left their mark on American culture.

Team Kudzu decorated at Westminster Updated Feb 15, 2018 at

Amy Kotula and her pure-bred Anatolian Shepherd Dog "Kudzu," of Gastonia, won the "Award of Merit" and several other prestigious honors at the world-famous dog show in New York City on Tuesday. The awards recognize a variety of accomplishments of Kudzu's showing at Westminster.

Gig economy: This Gastonia woman takes the 'side hustle' to a new level

Have a car? Sign up for Uber and get paid to pick people up from Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Have a spare room? List your house in trendy Belmont on a vacation rental site like Airbnb.

Musical group Re-Creation returns to Holy Trinity

When Shirley Anderson heard the group Re-Creation perform during a visit with family in Pennsylvania, she just knew the group would be a good fit for her church in Gastonia. So Anderson went to bat to get the band booked at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.

'Express wedding:' These Gaston couples tied the knot on Valentine's Day

A pair of Gastonia lovebirds have a lot to be thankful for this week: especially a well-timed nail in a tire. It happened last year, as Kristina Sears drove with her kids through Spring Lake, a few miles northwest of Fayetteville.

Gastonia, Lowell lobby congressional leaders for bridge funding

Officials from two cities in the heart of Gaston County are pulling out all the stops to secure funding for a new bridge over Interstate 85 near a major shopping center. At stake is a $25 million federal TIGER grant, which would foot almost half the cost of building the project known as the Lineberger Connector.

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