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1 hr ago | WCNC-TV Charlotte
The Lincolnton Police Department conducted a drug roundup Wednesday, netting 152 felony narcotics charges and 23 arrests; police say 16 more remain wanted.
5 hrs ago | The Gaston Gazette
PFLAG Gaston is bringing visibility to an issue that's often overlooked. The organization's newest theater production, "Dead End Road: No Turn Around?" addresses homelessness and the impact it has on our city, state, nation and world.
How many synonyms does it take to accurately describe what has happened to the good citizens of Kings Mountain and Cleveland County? Truthfully, the Cleveland County Commissioners and mayor and city council of Kings Mountain were first taken advantage of by the cunning of the Catawba Indians and even more likely by the "investors" of questionable ... (more)
Gastonia voters who want a say in their local leadership often feel there's a long, cold winter between elections.
Four commissioners abstained. A growing number of paddlers in a high-boat traffic area on the Catawba River between Tailrace Marina and the whitewater center has raised safety concerns.
We take so much of our food supply for granted. One example that comes to mind is honey.
A convicted child rapist just released after spending more than a dozen years in prison was put back in jail Monday after being found living near a Gastonia home day care.
Detectives in Gaston County are warning residents to be careful before opening the front door after a man, dressed in a Dish Network shirt, has appeared in several neighborhoods and towns asking for money.
For 31 area students, summer hasn't been a total break from their studies. Since July 7, the rising first- and second-graders have been honing their literacy skills, and having a blast doing it.
A Gastonia woman was scheduled for a court appearance after the N.C. Highway Patrol said she drove her car into the South Fork of the Catawba River with her children restrained in the rear seat.
Reporter's note: This is part three of a series profiling the Gaston County Department of Health and Human Services' 2014 Public Health Heroes.
A teenager died in Gaston County after the car he was driving crashed into a set of trees in front of an elementary school and he was thrown from the car.
Gastonia leaders are exploring options for a new public firearms park that could replace the city's current shooting site near Rankin Lake.
The two beliefs have clashed in a neighborhood outside of Mount Holly, bringing attention by neighbors, media and elected officials.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 04:32 pm
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