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Learn more 68% Patient experience rating, 1% lower than the national average Dr. Ashley M Walker, DO is a doctor primarily located in Gastonia, NC.
Caroming Dermatology 2391 Court Dr Ste 120C Gastonia, NC 28054 A dermatologist is a doctor who has extensive training and knowledge of the skin, scalp, hair and nails and treats conditions that affect those areas. These doctors will evaluate any abnormality, blemish or lesion on the skin in order to determine the cause and will determine a course of treatment. Dermatologists provide patients with full body scans in order to identify any signs that are indicative of an illness that requires treatment, such as skin cancer.
These specialists may also provide cosmetic services, such as mole removal, scar diminishing treatments and even Botox and face lifts. She works in Gastonia, NC and specializes in Dermatology and Family Medicine.
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Craig Rollins Her long, 39, of Charlotte, NC, passed away on December 16, 2020. Craig graduated from West Forsyth High School and received his Bachelor of Science degree from Appalachian State University.
Craig had a career in the food and beverage industry and worked for Fine Wine Trading Co., Vintners Select, Middletown Cellars, Dressler’s Restaurant and Black Chicken Wine Cellar. From an early age, Craig had a passion for good food, high end dining and the perfect wine to accompany a meal.
He enjoyed lengthy conversations with others about wine and almost any other topic, and yet, he was most often a man of few words. He saw little reason to hold a grudge and could analyze most situations calmly and logically.
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The first PTA in Gaston County was formed at Highland High School. Designed by local architect Hugh White, Gastonia High School was built between 1922 & 1926 at a cost $500,000.
Highland’s coach, Clarence Moore, is now in the NCAA Hall of Fame, having won State Championships in three sports during his 40-year coaching career.1937Lawrence “Crash” Davis led the 1937 Gastonia High School baseball team to the North Carolina State Championship. He went on to play in the majors for the Philadelphia Athletics, then finished his professional career in the minors.
Later, as Gastonia High School’s baseball coach, he led them to two more State Championships in 1953 & 1954. After high school, one of the Highland players, Gladys Thompson, married and had a son.
Her son, James Worthy, became a legend at UNC and an NBA Hall of Fame. (There’s some good stuff about the Palettes and the closing of Highland High School in the book “Learning to Win: Sports, Education, and Social Change in Twentieth-Century North Carolina” by Pamela Grundy.
Parr once won 20 consecutive games, currently 5th most in NC athletics history. (Milton Parr’s 11/4/2009 obituary) Also on that team was Robert “Al” Montgomery.
Al lettered in baseball, basketball & football at Highland and is in the NC Central University Athletic Hall of Fame. As head football coach at Second Ward High School, his team won the NC State Championship in 1964.
Holbrook was led by Wilbur Howard, who went on to play Major League Baseball from 1973-1978, mostly with the Houston Astros.1968The last graduating class from Highland High School. No Min4005006007008009001,0001,1001,2001,3001,4001,5001,6001,7001,8001,9002,0002,5003,0003,5004,0004,500toNo Max4005006007008009001,0001,1001,2001,3001,4001,5001,6001,7001,8001,9002,0002,5003,0003,5004,0004,500 Donate Searchers Set a destination, transportation method, and your ideal commute time to see results.
Choose a destination *Please enter your address or point of interest Gastonia is a small city just west of Charlotte on Interstate 85.
The Standard district surrounding Main Avenue cultivates an atmosphere of classic Americana, with historic buildings housing locally-owned storefront shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Most of the city is residential, consisting of quiet streets, attractive homes, and tree-shaded sidewalks.
For weekend adventures, the beautiful forests and dramatic cliffs of Crowders Mountain State Park are perfect for hiking and camping. Numerous smaller parks and golf courses provided excellent venues for more low-key R&R, and shopping centers like Franklin Mills and the Gastonia Mall are close at hand for a little retail therapy.
The relaxed environment and stunning natural surroundings have made Gastonia immensely popular with commuters; downtown Charlotte can be reached in thirty minutes by car or 45 minutes by rail via Amtrak’s Crescent line. Apartment rent in Gastonia has increased by 6.1% in the past year.
Restaurants Gastonia serves up a wide variety of fine restaurants that prepare international fare in addition to American fare. Savor the culinary delights of Asian food at the Via Asian Fusion & Sushi Bar.
This restaurant prepares unique dishes with the freshest veggies, meats and seafood. For a quick bite to eat, Miller & Jasper is a great place nestled in the downtown area.
From the traditional Carolina hot dog with onions, slaw and chili to hot dogs served with Russian potato salad, there’s a dog for everyone’s taste buds. The Spindle City Café is another gem located in downtown Gastonia, serving up great sandwiches and homemade potato salad in an old world atmosphere.
Shopping The East ridge Mall is a shopper’s paradise with over 80 specialty stores, including Hollister, Victoria’s Secret, Footlocker and Aeropostale. This indoor mall is also anchored by major stores like Dillard’s and J.C. Penney.
You can enjoy dining in its full-service food court and at restaurants like Red Lobster. At the Gastonia Farmers Market, shoppers can purchase high quality produce, home goods and crafts.
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