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Has Gaston County Fully Recovered from the Recession? Rep. Hastings files Protect our Children Act Gaston County Mgr. Earl Mathers discusses the importance of the Hist. Preservation Tax Credits to North Carolina and locally, and makes the case for reinstating them in 2015. Gastonia native credits uncle’s influence for his success Tuesday February 24th thirty seven concerned citizens from all corners of Gaston County came together to start a long overdue Citizens’ Caucus.

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Gastonia native credits uncle’s influence for his success Gastonia native credits uncle’s influence for his success - Now retired, 2015 Gaston County MLK Unity Award winner James Biggers, Jr. taught in Gaston County schools for 30 years. Currently, he serves as an adjunct professor at Gaston College. … Continue reading
Rep. Hastings files Protect our Children Act Rep. Hastings files Protect our Children Act - Under the proposed bill filed by NC House District 110 Rep. Kelly Hastings(R), teachers would face tougher punishments for sexual contact with students … Continue reading
Tuesday February 24th thirty seven concerned citizens from all corners of Gaston County came together to start a long overdue Citizens’ Caucus. First Citizens’ Caucus meeting a success, more planned - Even after a morning with inclement weather, over three dozen citizens attended the organizational meeting and demonstrated strong enthusiasm for new non-partisan initiative. Tuesday February 24th thirty seven concerned citizens from all corners of Gaston … Continue reading
6030817818_6b7d709628_z We need action not words - The real issue here in Gaston County is not one of words being placed on a government building but the words and actions of our County officials in relation to a perceived image problem by … Continue reading
Workers Shaking Hands Raising the Bar for Economic Development - There is very little question that the economic development field is one that has changed dramatically since my early days of working with existing businesses and clumsily attempting to attract new industry. At the time, … Continue reading
Gaston County Mgr. Earl Mathers discusses the importance of the Hist. Preservation Tax Credits to North Carolina and locally, and makes the case for reinstating them in 2015. The Benefits of Historic Preservation Tax Credits - North Carolina’s statutory provision for providing tax credit relief for reconditioning historic structures was allowed to expire on December 31, 2014. To the uninitiated, it might seem that the preservation of historic buildings is of … Continue reading
Gastonia native credits uncle’s influence for his success Gastonia native credits uncle’s influence for his success - Now retired, 2015 Gaston County MLK Unity Award winner James Biggers, Jr. taught in Gaston County schools for 30 years. Currently, he serves as an adjunct professor at Gaston College. … Continue reading
70th-print Affinia Group To Release Fourth Quarter And Full-Year 2014 Financial Results On March 11, 2015 - Affinia Group Inc., with their headquarters in Gastonia, NC and home to WIX Filters and other brands, will be releasing fourth quarter and full-year financial results on March 11th. … Continue reading
1417824642-moore-640x360 Likely NC speaker talks honesty, bipartisanship - Tim Moore, the N.C. House Representative from nearby Cleveland County (District 111) about to enter his seventh term, is expected to win the speaker’s post when the full House votes Jan. 14, since Republicans hold … Continue reading