Gastonia


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Gastonia

(găstō`nēə), city (1990 pop. 54,732), seat of Gaston co., SW N.C.; inc. 1877. An important textile mill center, Gastonia is a major producer of fine-combed cotton yarn. Chemicals, machinery, and electronic and automotive parts are also made. Gaston College is nearby, as is Kings Mountain National Military Park.
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In the Fall, the Comfort Suites Gastonia will embark on Phase II of its renovation, which will include adding new vinyl wallcovering, lighting and carpeting to room corridors and all in-room TVs will be upgraded from 32-inch to 40-inch models.
It was the first time the court had ever considered the application of governmental immunity to an arrangement like the one Gastonia had with the arts guild.
Gastonia Fire Chief Phil Welch said the body was found in a creek, slightly more than a mile east of Rankin Lake Park, by a searcher who was walking down the middle of the creek as his partners stood on the bank.
Police confirmed a body had been found off Marietta Street and Old Dallas Highway in Gastonia.
But we haven't found Maddox," said Gastonia Police Chief Robert Helton, Tuesday, (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/maddox-ritch-investigators-searching-for-missing-autistic-boy-play-parents-voices-over-loudspeakers/) CBS News  reported. 
Independence, OH, September 02, 2016 --(PR.com)-- CPR Cell Phone Repair, the largest and fastest growing retail mobile device repair franchise network in North America, is pleased to announce the opening of a new store in Gastonia, NC.
Auto Business News-August 4, 2016--Daimler Trucks North America plans to lay off additional 115 workers at Gastonia plant
He later transferred to The Gaston Gazette in Gastonia, N.C.
Owens Coming has dedicated a new advanced manufacturing facility in Gastonia, NC, which will support the company's participation in the growth of the nonwovens glass fiber market, particularly the North American constmction segment.
Martyr of Loray Mill: Ella May and the 1929 Textile Workers' Strike in Gastonia, North Carolina