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Two weeks after being added to practice squad, Panthers release 2011 Ashbrook graduate for second time in two months... [Read More]
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Four large construction vehicles sat on the Hoyles Creek Road bridge last week, their unmanned status continuing to rankle nearby residents frustrated by a perceived... [Read More]
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A little more than 40 years ago, in the summer of 1977, I was awarded a bachelor of arts degree in journalism by the University... [Read More]
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Detectives say a man tricked restaurant employees into thinking he was one of them and then stole a company van.Staff at The Homeplace Restaurant, at... [Read More]
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A motorcyclist that apparently struck the back on a Volkswagen Jetta while traveling 168 mph on a Kawasaki GS 1400 late Sunday remains in critical... [Read More]
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A local man is calling his wife "Lady Luck" after he managed to turn $10 into a $100,000 fortune this week.Timothy Kniess is the state's... [Read More]
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If a skeleton were seen ordering spare ribs at a restaurant, it would likely be the joint effort of this Halloween-loving grandmother and her emaciated... [Read More]
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1. South Point (8-0): The Red Raiders will be on the road for two (R-S Central and Chase) before closing the season at home against... [Read More]
The Spartans have just one senior, but they believe they're ready to make a run in the NCISAA 2A state tournament... [Read More]
Hawks win 3-2 on Rachel Green's walkoff RBI single to finish with school's first unbeaten season... [Read More]
When most people think of eating in a typical shopping mall food court, a cookie-cutter image of cuisine comes to mind.And yet Renaldo Norris invites... [Read More]
A handful of fitness centers dotted the Gastonia landscape a decade and a half ago. But Mary Doctor felt at the time that they were... [Read More]
Tommy Dellinger's Gastonia house sits just 20 miles from his younger brother's, but the former state trooper says traveling thousands of miles from home actually... [Read More]
A Bessemer City woman wants a local lawyer for help in the extradition process now that police in her former home state of Connecticut accuse her of suffocating her... [Read More]
A 32-year-old Dallas man allegedly turned a small table into a dangerous weapon during a robbery at the Gaston Inn.Randy Gene Hinson Jr., of 103... [Read More]
A Stanley man on probation for a drug conviction last year faces new drug and weapon charges.Gaston County Police charged Joshua Ray Rivera, who turns... [Read More]
Jada Mathis and Chris Detter have lived through what no parent ever should: the death of a child. Still dealing with the loss of their youngest... [Read More]
A slew of snipers will show off their skills soon in Mooresboro.After a two-year hiatus, the Gastonia Sniper Conference has been resurrected and relocated. Established in... [Read More]
As a young girl growing up in Gastonia in the 1950s, Mary Johnson loved the art and science of numbers and dreamed of becoming a... [Read More]
Recently, I've come to understand something about goal setting and goal achievement. When I work with clients to become more accountable to themselves and to... [Read More]
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