Latest Littleton, North Carolina, weather

'Ree Haw' offers old-timey humor

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For those fans of “Hee Haw,” tonight is a real treat with the kick-off of the Lakeland Theatre Company’s “Ree Haw.” Originally airing on CBS from 1969-1971, “Hee Haw” was an American television var

Celebrating Mardi Gras Lake Gaston Style

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It takes a lot to keep a Lake Gaston resident from a good party and the folks from Sixpound Creek were determined Saturday that nothing was going to keep them from their annual Mardi Gras Parade.

Charlie Taylor's Fishing Report - February 16, 2018

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Bass fishing is picking up on Lake Gaston, with fish taking jig 'n pig and slow-rolled spinnerbaits, fished on main lake points. Pea Hill Creek is also giving up bass on Speed Shads, swimbaits and C.C. Shads in clear water.

Annual Catfish Fries scheduled during Lent

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The public is invited to come out and enjoy the Lenten Season with the Knights of Columbus of St. Peter The Apostle Catholic Church when they hold their weekly Catfish Fry Fridays beginning Feb. 16.

Virginia House Panel Rejects ‘Net Neutrality’ Bill

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Capital News Service

A bill to prohibit internet service providers from prioritizing or blocking certain websites based on content or hosting platform was killed Tuesday in a House subcommittee. The House Commerce and Labor subcommittee voted 5-0 against the bill, with one abstention.

DOT says slow down, you’re on Lake time

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The State is telling residents and visitors at Lake Gaston that it’s time to slow down. The State implemented a new 45-mile-per-hour speed limit on Highway 903 that includes Eaton’s Ferry Bridge and they expect it to be followed.

Canada Geese topic of LGA meeting on Feb. 7

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The Lake Gaston Association will hold their next monthly meeting on Feb. 7, at 9:30 a.m. at the Lake Gaston Baptist Church located on Hwy. 903 across from the Subway Restaurant.

Leaders: Opioid numbers rising

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Halifax County Sheriff Wes Tripp said the region’s drug problems take some people by surprise. “There are some in our community who don’t believe we have a drug problem,” Tripp said.

Rise in flu cases prompt emergency protocols

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Hospitals across the Lake Gaston region are implementing emergency protocols to try to prevent the spread of the flu virus.

Hearing set on preliminary subdivision review case

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The Brunswick County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on preliminary subdivision review case #17-020 submitted by Custom Homes of Lake Gaston, LLC.


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