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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
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Gastonia News
Car break-ins up by 10 percent this month, CMPD reports

A Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer is one of the latest victims of a crime wave of car break-ins sweeping the Charlotte area. According to police reports and online records, Taylor Hager, who's listed as a CMPD officer with the Independence Division, filed a report stating an unknown suspect broke into his pickup truck parked outside his Gastonia home overnight Monday.

Developer gives up on push to add density to new subdivision

A developer's push to increase the density of a new subdivision in southeast Gastonia could be either shot down or endorsed by city leaders Tuesday. LiveWell Homes has already been turned away once in its request to build more houses within the burgeoning community known as The Enclave at Cramer Woods, located just off South New Hope and Stowe Roads.

Former coffee, bagel shop on Union Road closes again

A building in southeast Gastonia that hosted two separate coffee and bagel shops in the past year is empty once again. Java House was the latest restaurant to occupy the former bank property at 3204 Union Road, in the shopping center previously anchored by the South Gaston YMCA.

New operator to take over management of Gastonia airport

Negotiations with the New York-based Academy of Aviation began several months ago. The company was one of three that submitted a management proposal to the city late last year, and it won the recommendation of a locally formed airport advisory committee.

Police: Woman posed as banker, scammed Gastonia elderly

A woman wanted in another state for posing as a banker to scam the elderly allegedly ran a similar scheme in Gastonia. Deirbra Day Collier, 23, used a phone to trick at least six local residents, all of whom were at least 82 years old, according to arrest warrants.

Gastonia camp focuses on transforming children into bakers Updated at

Jewell Wilson's passion for baking and creating sweet and tasteful desserts began to develop at the age of 6. Through watching her great-grandma create cakes, breads and pies for her family, her interest in learning how to bake grew. "I wasn't allowed to help out at first, but just watching the process of her creating things really encouraged me to want to know more," said Wilson, who owns Brown Box Cakery in Eastridge Mall.

Junior Charity League of Shelby hosts Debutante Ball Updated at

On Saturday, June 16, the Junior Charity League of Shelby hosted its 71st annual Debutante Ball.

Teen accused of robbing restaurant, kidnapping

A 16-year-old male is behind bars for allegedly robbing a Bojangles' restaurant and threatening a woman inside with a gun. Police arrested Nazeer Latuan Lutchman, of South Columbia Street in Gastonia, and booked him into Gaston County Jail on $250,000 bond Saturday morning.

From 'Big Whiskey' to 'Hepmelawd,' Gaston street names have stories

There are thousands of street names in Gaston County. The majority are attached to roads maintained by the state or municipal governments, but there are more than 1,000 private roads here as well.

Gastonia jeweler remembered for kind heart, hard work

Russell Duren was an institution in downtown Gastonia. For more than six decades, he ran a jewelry business on South Street before closing shop in 2013.

Gaston eyes new home for Children's Advocacy Center

A local church is teaming up with the Gaston County Department of Health and Human Services to better help children who have been the victims of abuse. Bethlehem Baptist Church plans to donate a farmhouse on its 76-acre Gastonia property to serve as a new home for The Lighthouse Children's Advocacy Center, which serves as a safe place for forensic interviews with children to take place.

Gastonia suffers a 'blow' with Fourth of July plans

Gastonia's recent all-day festival on the Fourth of July have produced explosions of revenue and publicity for Daniel Robb's downtown restaurant. But with the city's official celebration not getting underway until 6 p.m. this year, the owner of Life of Pie expects to suffer.

Suspect on the loose after shooting woman in home invasion

A late-night knock at the door led to a woman getting shot in her own home, according to Gastonia Police. Officers were looking for the man they say tried to force his way into a house on West Mauney Avenue on Wednesday night.

Belmont man wins $10 million dollars on scratch off ticket

Howard Smith III purchased the ticket at Willis Food Store on South New Hope Road in Gastonia after running an errand. "When my five-year-old found out I won, he asked if I would buy him a Ferrari," Smith said with a laugh.

Severe storms brings down trees, cause power outages in several counties

According to the Duke Energy outage map, over 2,000 Gaston County residents are without power Friday morning. The outages were first reported around 11:30 p.m. Thursday night.

Six firms vying for the job of redeveloping historic Trenton Mill

Half a dozen firms have turned in proposals for redeveloping the Trenton Mill as a part of Gastonia's new Franklin Urban Sports and Entertainment District. The six companies that are vying for the job all submitted their detailed pitches before a deadline on June 1. The city put the word out about what it was looking for earlier this year, then allowed roughly three months for developers to offer a formal vision.

Gaston County community unites for Self family fundraiser

Gaston County law enforcement officers are asking the community to look beyond the badge in helping them all through unimaginable loss. In May, Roger Self ran his car into a local restaurant.

Elder abuse: Here's a break for caregivers

Marvin Gaye's "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" belted from a stereo as as a group of senior citizens shimmied around a room in the adult care facility in Gastonia. Soon, it was on to bingo.

Woman hurt in Gastonia shooting

Shelly Pope, 47, was taken to CaroMont Regional Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. Police haven't yet made an arrest in the incident.

Police chase ends in fiery crash on I-85 near Meck-Gaston County line

One person was rushed to the hospital after a police chase ended in a fiery crash on I-85 near the Gaston-Mecklenburg County line Wednesday evening. The single-vehicle wreck happened around 7:30 p.m. on northbound I-85.

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