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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.


Lake Gaston’s Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 9-3 is holding a Boater Safety Course Saturday, July 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at at Flotilla Headquarters on SR 1214 (River Road) in Henrico, N.C.

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The Lake Gaston Weed Control Council has a second wave of Hydrilla treatments on July 11, 2016. 


A Henrico woman has been found after an extensive search. She was located 4:10 p.m. by the search team in a wooded area near her residence. She was found deceased and autopsy is pending.


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.

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


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


With all the great food, fun and fireworks events scheduled in the area for the Fourth of July weekend, it’s obvious that summer in the Lake Gaston region is starting off with a bang!


Citing a lack of funds, the American Veterans Tribute organization canceled its annual Fourth of July festival at Lake Gaston, near Pea Hill Creek. Throughout its past 30 years of production, the event has become known as one of the largest Independence Day celebrations in the area. (Editor's Note: This is a different event from the Longbridge Fire Department fireworks at Eaton Ferry Bridge, which will go on as scheduled on July 2nd)