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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

Gastonia News
Simulator brings home reality of life or death decisions

If Gaston County is ever threatened by an invasion of big, blue and white, slowly bouncing beach balls, I'm the man local law enforcement needs to call. During my practice session on the PRISim Suite live-fire training simulator, I was blasting those suckers left and right.

Piano lounge, restaurant debuts in downtown Gastonia Updated at

One of the boldest ventures to arrive in downtown Gastonia in some time officially opened to the public Friday and Saturday. Allure is the newly rebranded restaurant and nightspot situated near the heart of the historic business district.

Soul food on the go

The bright red truck with "Hopper's Soul Food & Catering" in white letters on its side can attrack a crowd when parked off South Lafayette Street.

Police officer hit by car on I-85

A police officer was taken to CaroMont Regional Medical Center after he was hit by a car in Gaston County. It happened around 12:29 p.m. near exit 20 on I-85 North.

4 Gaston properties sell for millions in March

Four of five top-selling properties in Gaston County last month sold for more than $1 million, including the site of a Gastonia hotel and a shuttered Ranlo mattress warehouse that will soon house a Turkish textiles company's American headquarters. Peace Hospitality LLC and Bhanderi Corp. Inc. bought 360 Best Western Court from Omkaar Investments LLC for $4.4 million, according to Gaston Real Data and county property records. That's more than double what Omkaar paid in 2002.

Steak 'n Shake worker accused of fudging on time card, night deposit Posted at

A woman allegedly fudged on her time card and dipped into the night deposit while working at Steak 'n Shake, according to arrest warrants. Sherrie Lavon Black, 41, of Gastonia, allegedly made the night deposit for $120.73 instead of $393.73, pocketing $273 for herself.

Workshop aims to provide supportive space for young women

A free workshop catering to young girls and women aims to provide a supportive space in Gastonia within the midst of the current climate of today's "#metoo" movement. "I want to empower young girls and women," said Jessica Hall, who is coordinating the event.

Cavendish celebrates first year with canned beer

Cavendish Brewing Co., which inhabits an old auto dealership at the corner of East Long Avenue and North Chester Street, launched its brand new line of canned craft beers in culmination with its one-year anniversary celebration on Saturday. The brewery is offering three canned flavors of its beer, which it brews in-house; Trestle Munich Helles Lager, Ave Maria India Pale Ale, and Steam Whistle Dampfbier Ale.

Dr. Fisher to retire after 45 years of service

Had life gone just a little bit differently, Dr. C. Ellis Fisher might have become an engineer rather than a physician. But, as a staunch Presbyterian, Fisher believes his life has gone exactly as it should and, after 45 years of medical practice in Gastonia, it is time to retire.

Human touch needed in modern medicine Updated at

My recent interview with Gastonia's Dr. C. Ellis Fisher, who will be retiring after 45 years of practice at the end of May, was one of the more pleasant conversations I've had since joining The Gazette last July. By all accounts, Fisher is a remarkably skilled and talented pediatrician, yet what shines through when talking to him are his humility, his sense of humor, his Christian faith, and his devotion to the "people" side of medicine.

Gaston County student takes solo stand on gun control

A student at Forestview High School in Gastonia says she was the only one of her classmates to walk out of class Friday in support of a national walkout movement. High school students across the country walked out of classrooms to honor victims of school shootings and call for legislative change that would prevent further violence from happening at educational facilities.

Barbara Bush left impression in Gaston

The late Barbara Bush wore her signature three strands of fake pearls during a visit to Gastonia 22 years ago. A large crowd filled First United Methodist Church in 1996 to hear the former first lady speak on literacy- a cause she was passionate about.

Weirdo Lounge owner wants to share his eclectic taste in music

Chad "Taz" Spriggs grew up in a household with a pair of melody-minded parents who helped to cultivate his diverse taste in music. It resulted in him listening to a variety of artists that didn't always mesh in the eyes of his friends, who would rib him about being so unconventional.

Acclaimed novelist to speak, sign books Monday at Loray Mill

A critically acclaimed author and native son of North Carolina will pay a visit to Gaston County next week to help promote his newest work. Charles Frazier will appear at the Loray Mill, at 300 S. Firestone St., at 7 p.m. Monday, April 23, for a live conversation, question and answer session, and book signing event.

Early voting begins

About 250 total voters had cast their ballots at Gaston County's three polling locations between the respective times they opened and 5 p.m. Thursday. The most voters cast their ballots at the Board of Elections Office in Gastonia, followed by the Citizens Resource Center in Dallas and the Mount Holly Citizens Center.

Gastonia aims to help visitors find their way around more easily

The average person driving or walking around Gastonia these days knows where they want to go and how to get there. But as planned growth brings more attractions downtown and elsewhere in the city, drawing more newcomers from out of town, the need for a little more directional guidance could come in handy.

Quick Italian chicken

Dear Heloise: My mother used to make your baked Italian chicken, and I still can remember how great it tasted. It was easy and quick to prepare, so can you reprint that recipe for us working women? - Pam M., Ashboro, Ind.

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