Latest Littleton, North Carolina, weather

Promises broken, promises kept

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Roanoke River Basin Association announces suit against Duke Energy for illegally spewing coal ash pollutants into Lake Gaston’s water supply.

Stakeholders at a crossroads

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Lake Gaston Stakeholders group recently considered the possibility of disbanding.

Growing and sharing Lake fun and sun

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AF Wake owner, Adam Fields announced this week he’s bought out LG Summer Rentals and is now offering jet ski rentals along with a myriad of other watersports gear.

Rabid bobcat attacks lake resident

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A rabid bobcat gave residents in Eaton’s Ferry Estates quite a scare this weekend when it charged and attacked people and dogs in the neighborhood.

Environmentalists disappointed by House’s coal ash bill

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Capital News Service

A bill approved by the House on Friday would require Dominion Virginia Power to study whether its controversial coal ash ponds might pollute the water, but environmentalists say the legislation doesn’t do enough.

Court Tosses Industry Lawsuit and Upholds Virginia’s Longstanding Uranium Mining Ban

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In a legal victory for the Commonwealth and Southern Virginia communities that have long opposed uranium mining, a federal court has upheld a decision to toss a lawsuit brought by Virginia Uranium

Rezoning passes for East Oaks, LLC

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Work will continue on plans for the East Oaks, LLC Townhouse development, according to Warren County Planning and Zoning Director Ken Krulik.

Sonar to aid rescue, recovery

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A $2,000 donation has poised the Roanoke-Wildwood Volunteer Fire Department to become one of the more technologically advanced of its kind in the Roanoke Valley.

Morristown HOA makes donation, challenges others to do the same

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Recently, the Morristown Homeowners Association (HOA) made its annual donation to Lake Gaston Fire & EMS in support of funding for continuing operations, underway building renovations and enhancement of services to the community.

Dominion shares state of the lake at meeting

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he water is still flowing, according to Dominion Virginia Power. Representatives Corey Chamberlain and Will Miller acted as keynote speakers at the recent Lake Gaston Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Meeting and informed participants that since the implementation of the Quasi Run of the River (QRR) things are flowing smoothly.


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