Gaston County

NORTH CAROLINA

News Archive

29
Jan
2015

Living Healthy

Living Healthy is a Stanford University program designed for anyone with a chronic health condition who wants to better manage his or her health.


28
Jan
2015

Surplus Properties Available for Sale

Gaston County is now offering surplus properties for sale on the internet auction site Govdeals.com.


23
Jan
2015

WIC Program Provides Assistance for Eligible Women, Infants and Children

The WIC program provides critical nutrition services for children and pregnant women.


21
Jan
2015

Election Precinct Line Change Options

The Gaston County Board of Elections is examining our Election Day precinct lines.


15
Jan
2015

Bus Accident

On Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 15:30 p.m., Gaston County EMS, Gastonia City Fire Department, Crowder's Mountain Fire and Rescue, Dallas Rescue, Gaston County Police Department, and the North Carolina State Highway Patrol were called to a report of a bus accident (on its side) with students on board.


08
Jan
2015

Learn How to Be a Master Gardener

Learn how to be a Master Gardener this spring by enrolling in the Master Gardener Program offered by NC Cooperative Extension in Gaston County.


06
Jan
2015

Time for Radon Testing

The Gaston County Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) is partnering with the NC Radon program to provide free short-term radon test kits in recognition of National Radon Action Month.


05
Jan
2015

Woman Struck and Killed By Dump Truck

On January 5, 2015 at 10:38 am, the Gaston County Police Department Communications Division received a call concerning a woman being stuck by dump truck at residence on Sellerstown Road near Cherryville, NC.


31
Dec
2014

Police Recover Handgun During an Arrest in the Police Department Parking Lot

On December 25, 2014, at approximately 6:32 am, a Gaston County Police Officer encountered a male subject in the public parking area of the police station.


17
Dec
2014

Gaston County Has 3rd Positive Rabies Case

On Saturday, December 13th, 2014 the Gaston County Police Department Animal Control Division received a call from a citizen in the area of Goble Street in Gastonia who reported their dog had been exposed to a raccoon.