Gastonia marketing and advertising agency marks a milestone

August 12, 2018 by  

A 30th anniversary is being celebrated by The Sumner Group, a full-service marketing and advertising agency in Gastonia.

The company has 11 people on [Read more]

Summer is the time to rebuild schools in Gastonia

July 16, 2018 by  

Several renovation and new construction projects are taking place at private, public, and charter schools in Gaston County this summer.

At Cherryville Elementary, a [Read more]

Greek restaurant opens in Gastonia area

June 2, 2018 by  

Estia’s Kouzina, a new Mediterranean restaurant, has recently opened in Belmont, which is sufficiently close to Gastonia that residents of that community will want to try it out.

The cuisine includes [Read more]

Gastonia becomes home to landscaping company

May 31, 2018 by  

The Loving Companies, a business that specializes in providing high level commercial and residential services for landscaping and outdoor living, is moving into a property it purchased over a year ago in downtown Gastonia for [Read more]

New head of recreation appointed in Gastonia

April 28, 2018 by  

Gastonia recently appointed Cam Carpenter as the director of the Parks and Recreation division. He is replacing Chuck Dellinger, who stepped down at the end of last month, after having [Read more]

Gastonia plans growth of greenway system

March 30, 2018 by  

Gastonia is looking to expand the biking and walking trails in the city and is currently asking for state support.

The first phase in its [Read more]

Optimist essay won by Gastonia student

February 20, 2018 by  

The essay contest of the Noon Optimist Club, based on a theme of society functioning without respect, was recently won by Brianna Lariviere, a student at Piedmont Charter Academy in Gastonia.

A certificate of honor was [Read more]

Former Gastonia trooper makes cross-country walk for fundraising

January 29, 2018 by  

Tommy Dellinger, a retired North Carolina Highway Patrol trooper who has Parkinson’s disease, recently completed his walk across the country, arriving at the Gaston County Police Station in [Read more]

Public art becomes holiday focus near Gastonia

December 17, 2017 by  

Economic development officer for Bessemer City, Joshua Ross, recently began painting the windows of vacant buildings in the city to push [Read more]

New gaming experience becomes more visible in Gastonia

November 19, 2017 by  

Xtreme Xcapes in Gastonia recently moved to a new storefront inside the Eastridge Mall, immediately right on the first floor after entering the mall through Dillard’s.

The new location has [Read more]

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