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Right now, the Gastonia candidate just wants your signature, so you can simply fill an oval beside his name in November.
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12 hrs ago | The Gaston Gazette
A pastor , author, and editor with strong Gaston County ties will be the guest speaker at an upcoming revival at Eastside Baptist Church in Kings Mountain.
17 hrs ago | The Gaston Gazette
The only thing worth celebrating about the typical Monday, on the other hand, is it coming to an end.
Tara Grindstaff, will spend six months working with Assemblies of God missionaries in Vienna, Austria.
Lori Bridges, a teacher with a 3-year-old classroom at New Hope Child Development Center in Gastonia is preparing for this year's garden which has been in place for four years.
Though it seemed the Canton governing board had come close to naming a town manager after narrowing the candidates to three, the process still drags on.
Kirk Michael Dockery Jr., 32, of 115 Wandering Lane, was booked into Gaston County Jail on Wednesday under a $250,000 bond.
A house fire that began at a wood stove displaced a Gastonia family late Thursday, Gastonia Fire Department spokesman Jim Landis said.
Crisis Pregnancy Center's annual banquet offered dinner and the opportunity to watch an artist paint "the Face of God."
Construction is slated to begin soon on a new, state-of-the-art funeral home that will front South New Hope Road in Gastonia.
The Rev. Greta Moses, who said she left the Fire Baptized Holiness church last year, denied the allegations lodged against her son, saying he would “never threaten nobody; he’s not that type of person.” Police have charged Moses, 38, with two counts of criminal sexual conduct with a minor and three counts of assault and battery.
O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo? Chill out! He's right here in Gaston and Cleveland counties this month as our local libraries salute William Shakespeare.
A 66-year-old Gastonia man was driving a motorcycle west on East Franklin Boulevard at 4 p.m. when the crash happened.
One climber died at Crowders Mountain and another survived at Linville Gorge after unrelated falls Monday as temperatures in the 70s drew people to outdoor recreation areas.