Newsroom

Looking for information on what we’ve been up to in Belmont lately? You’ll find it here in our Newsroom. This is where we keep press releases, both old and new, so that you can get a sense of what kind of wonderful things are happening here as well as other news and materials that you’ll find helpful. We’ll keep this area up-to-date with the latest information so that we can make sure you’re always in the know.

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Charlotte light rail plan includes Gaston

From Gaston Gazette: Gaston County residents who’ve dreamed of one day commuting to Charlotte by rail might just be in luck. Charlotte Area Transit System officials are pitching an east-west light rail line that would cross the Catawba River into Belmont. That’s...

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Gourmet cinnamon rolls coming to Belmont

From Gaston Gazette: Sweet-toothed residents of Gaston County should mark their calendars. Cinnaholic, a much-hyped gourmet cinnamon roll bakery, is coming to Belmont. The franchise is part of a budding company that lets customers choose their own frostings and...

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Dream Destinations: 25 Places to Retire, Relocate, Relax

From Our State: We’ve rounded up 25 of the dreamiest places to retire, relocate, and relax from the mountains to the coast. ... Belmont The ringing of bells on the grounds of Belmont Abbey provide the soundtrack to an otherwise quiet day in Belmont. The Benedictine...

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Belmont provides quieter alternative to Charlotte

From Business North Carolina: Back in the day, textile mills dominated in Belmont, sewing and spinning and stitching together the livelihoods of people who went home with lint in their hair and ringing in their ears. In the mid-20th century, Belmont hummed and...

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Belmont provides quieter alternative to Charlotte

From Business North Carolina: Back in the day, textile mills dominated in Belmont, sewing and spinning and stitching together the livelihoods of people who went home with lint in their hair and ringing in their ears. In the mid-20th century, Belmont hummed and...

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Christmas events 2018

From Salisbury Post: Daniel StoweHolidays at the Garden: A Mile of a Million Lights — Through Jan 6: Lights, music, children’s activities, model train displays, more... Read more from Salisbury Post here.

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