Cherry Hill presents the Three Triangle Tenors

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The Cherry Hill Historic Foundation presents the first Edwina Rooker Commemorative Concert “Summer Rhapsody,” at Cherry Hill Plantation on Sunday, July 31 at 3 p.m.

Charlie Taylor's Fishing Report - July 22,2016

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In Lake Gaston crappie are holding in brushpiles in 12-18 feet of water and taking live minnows. Downlake, largemouth bass are holding in 12-20 feet of water and may be taken on plastic worms and deep-diving crankbaits. Topwater lures are taking fish early and late in the day.

Valley kids bringing Disney magic to Lakeland

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The Lakeland Theater Company echoed with the boisterous roar of children singing on Tuesday as young actors and actresses rehearsed for this weekend’s performance of Disney’s “Aladdin Jr.” Childre

Sunset Sounds to feature Kings of Swing

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The next concert in the Sunset Sounds at Centennial Park series will feature KOS (Kings of Swing on Thursday, July 21.
Admission is $3, and the concert begins at 6:30 p.m

South Hill Fireworks postponed to Labor Day weekend

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Lake Gaston Guide

South Hill’s Idependence Day "Picnic in the Park" with music and fireworks has been postponed due to weather.

Three [boating] accidents reported with minor injuries over weekend

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The absence of the Peahill Creek fireworks this year made for a lot more boaters at the Longbridge fireworks according to N.C. Wildlife officials.

Volunteers making environmental impact

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Volunteerism is a driving force in many communities and at Lake Gaston that force is making a major impact on the environment.

This enormous blue catfish caught in Lake Gaston set a new NC record

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Charlotte Observer

Landon Evans, a 15-year-old from Benson, pulled a new record-setting blue catfish out of Lake Gaston on June 11 — the enormous fish weighed 117 pounds, 8 ounces.

Small plane crashes, flips into Lake Gaston near Littleton

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A small plane crashed and flipped on Saturday into the waters of Lake Gaston near Littleton. William Bennett, of Williamsburg, Virginia, was trying to land the aircraft on the water near Eaton Ferry Bridge Road, but his wheels were engaged, according to officials. When the plane hit the water, it flipped onto its roof.

[Kerr Lake] QRR flood plan receives final approval

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Water management officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wilmington District have received final approval for a change to flood operations at John H. Kerr Dam and Reservoir.


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