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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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'A believer who has struggled with drug addiction'

Gastonia's Rudi Rudisill is also a living example that the road back is long and arduous and likely to be marked with a setback or two. Rudisill shared his story, candidly and honestly, with the more than 100 people who attended the "People of Faith and the Opioid Crisis" workshop and began by stating, "I am not an addict.

The Salvation Army serves up Thanksgiving meals Updated at

Nellie Conard, along with her son, daughter-in-law and grandchild spent turkey day together at The Salvation Army Center for Hope on South Broad Street in Gastonia. They, along with more than 250 other folks in the Gaston community ate turkey, fixings and Conard's favorite, pumpkin pie, free of charge at the nonprofit's annual feast.

Streets before feast Updated at

Sandi Farnham crossed the finish line of the seventh-annual Turkey Day 5K, formerly known as Run for Belmont Community Outreach, in under 20 minutes. She was the first woman to finish the race, which collects donations annually for Belmont Community Outreach, a nonprofit which provides food, clothing, holiday dinners and other forms of assistance to residents in the Belmont city limits.

$50,000 anonymous gift to benefit Gaston children, families Updated at

Gaston County Director of Health and Human Services Chris Dobbins donned a Santa hat for a news conference Wednesday morning. But the true Santa, for many Gaston children and families, is the anonymous donor whose $50,000 gift Dobbins was announcing.

Man arrested in connection with Gaston Co. kidnapping, motor vehicle theft

Police were called to the 900 block of View Heights Drive in Gastonia, North Carolina in reference to a stolen vehicle that had an 18 month old child inside.

1-year-old Gastonia boy safe after Amber Alert issued

Police found a 18-month-old boy who was the subject of an Amber Alert unharmed around 5 a.m. Thanksgiving Day. Gaston County Police issued an Amber Alert for Cage Conley overnight after he was taken along with a vehicle by an acquaintance, according to officers.

City endorses plan for retail development of 'Franklin Woods'

More than two decades of debate over the best use for a patch of wooded land along East Franklin Boulevard apparently ended Tuesday night after Gastonia leaders approved a proposed development for the site. Gastonia City Council members voted 4-3 to rezone a 14-acre tract across from the Franklin Square shopping center, popularly known as 'Franklin Woods.'

Months-long investigation ends in arrests

'This months-long investigation has resulted in the shutting down of a very prolific drug dealing couple," said Cleveland County Sheriff Alan Norman. The man and woman charged were not your stereotypical drug dealers, Norman said.

Senate seat showdown: Stultz to challenge Harrington

Former Gastonia Mayor Jennie Stultz has told friends she plans to run next year for the state Senate seat now held by Republican Kathy Harrington. She sent an email out earlier this week to potential supporters saying she would officially start her election bid Dec. 5 by filing campaign paperwork with the Gaston County Board of Elections to launch her independent campaign.

Gun, turkey stolen from 77-year-old Gastonia man's home

A 77-year-old Gastonia man says a gun and a turkey were among the items stolen from his home during a weekend break-in. Gary Caldwell, the alleged victim, said he was in Kings Mountain when he got a call from a neighbor who told him the front door of his East Fourth Avenue home was ajar.

City to vote on deal to sell, redevelop historic bank building

Gastonia leaders on Tuesday will consider offering a six-figure grant as part of a deal to sell and redevelop a historic downtown bank. City Council members will hold a required public hearing during their regular meeting and allow local residents to weigh in on the proposal for two buildings that make up the former Citizens National Bank at 212 W. Main Ave. If approved, the contract would be another key step toward the likely purchase of the property by Tom Cox and Jim Morasso, two existing downtown business owners who want to expand their influence there.

Gaston County stay-at-home students attend virtual school

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Stylist underwent bone transplant

When hair stylist Liza Lawson and her husband, Joe Lawson, took over Scissory Hair Salon on Union Road, formerly known as Golden Scissors, they not only inherited the building and equipment, but also an employee. Golden Scissors served the Gastonia community for 40 years, and stylist Beverly Schaefer worked there for 22 of them.

He'll help you see the stars in whole new light

Will Snyder, the new director of the James H. Lynn Planetarium at the Schiele Museum of Natural History in Gastonia, is filled with energy, ideas, and excitement about his new position and how the planetarium can better connect with the local community. "When people come here I want it to be about more than what they learn that particular day," Snyder said.

Hundreds gather for pre-holiday meal

On Saturday, the Gastonia Parks and Recreation Department and the Gastonia Rotary East hosted their 32nd Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon for Seniors at the Adult Recreation Center on West Franklin Boulevard. Any Gaston County resident 55 years of age or older was invited to enjoy a free lunch, live music and dancing.

'They thought the house blew up'

A Gaston family was home, its three children fast asleep, when a Charlotte man drove through their front porch while fleeing police. The incident occurred around 9 p.m. Thursday at Jamie and Tony Carroll's home at the corner of Robin Road and Reese Street in Gastonia.

The Schiele serves up historical feast Updated at

Suzanne Simmons noticed that the metal hook designed to suspend a cast iron pot above her fireplace wasn't working properly. So, she walked the hook about 50 feet across the farm to Ed Buchanan's blacksmith shop, who heated and bent it back into shape.

Car show revs up support for Christmas Wishes program

Distinct Beat Car Audio and the United Way will once again host the Christmas Wishes Charity Benefit Car Show from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 25, 122 S. Oakland St., Gastonia. Car buffs can enter a vehicle for $10 or by bringing one or more toys to donate to the program.

My Turn: Franklin Woods: Well, what's the vote going to be? Posted at

This coming Tuesday night, it looks like the City Council will finally get around to its much-anticipated vote on the much-belabored tract of land across the boulevard from "Walmart East" – known colloquially as Franklin Woods. At least that's the way it appears on the surface.

Fiction: A Novelist Revisits a Deadly Textile Union Strike From 1929

In 1929, the National Textile Workers Union tried to gain a Southern stronghold, beginning with the Loray Mill in Gastonia, N.C. Many workers, pushed to near impossible production while fearing loss of pay or, worse, "an arm or a hand or a finger or three," joined the union. The mill owners refused to negotiate and most of the 1,800 strikers reluctantly returned to work.

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