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Have a Front Porch Visit with a North Charleston Police Officer

10/8/2014: If you have an issue with the Police Department, a public safety concern in your community, or would just like to chat with an officer, give us a call.

One-Night-Only Exhibit and Reception Honors North Charleston History Mural Designer

9/29/2014: The City's Cultural Arts Department will host an exhibition and artist reception on October 9 featuring the North Charleston City History mural design by local artist James Christopher Hill. Hill will also display some of his preliminary sketches and research, along with his fine art oil paintings.

North Charleston named one of America's fastest growing cities

9/25/2014: WalletHub identifies the socio-economic growth of North Charleston as the 3rd fastest in the United States.

Artists in all disciplines sought for 2015 North Charleston Arts Festival

9/23/2014: National, regional and local artists, ethnic and cultural groups, community based groups, and individuals practicing art in all disciplines are welcome to submit an application for participation in the 2015 North Charleston Arts Festival. There is no fee to apply. Submissions are due by 5:00pm on Friday, December 5, 2014.

North Charleston Winter Basketball Registration

9/22/2014: Register for Winter Basketball with the North Charleston Recreation Department, ages 4-17.

North Charleston and Redux Contemporary Art Center partner for 3rd annual exhibition

9/19/2014: Works in a variety of media and subjects by studio artists from Redux Contemporary Art Center will be on display at the North Charleston City Gallery throughout October. A free public reception will be held on Oct. 2 from 5-7pm.

25 years after Hurricane Hugo - stories from two mayors

9/19/2014: Former Mayor Bourne and current Mayor Summey recount Hurricane Hugo.

Capt. Eric Muench named NCFD's Employee of the Month

9/19/2014: For actions aligning with the values of the North Charleston Fire Department and going above and beyond the call of duty.

160th SOAR (A) Conducts Training near North Charleston

9/17/2014: The 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment will be training in North Charleston tomorrow and Thursday. Their training missions will occur at night and may involve several low flying black helicopters.

O'Hear and Spruill bridge replacements

9/17/2014: The bridges over Noisette Creek on O'Hear and Spruill Avenue will be replaced by SCDOT with work continuing until January 2016. Detours will be in place.

Visual Art Exhibition Opportunities Offered in North Charleston

9/16/2014: The North Charleston Cultural Arts Dept. is now accepting applications from individual artists and artist groups for North Charleston City Gallery, City Hall, and other City sites for their July 2015 through June 2016 program calendar. Application deadline is Nov. 30, 2014.

TorqTek Design and Manufacturing expanding North Charleston facility

9/9/2014: $12 million investment by automotive supplier to create 50 new jobs

Max High named Firefighter for the Day

9/5/2014: The Fire Department named Max High, a young boy with Spinal Musclar Atrophy, "Firefighter for the Day."

Charleston City Paper challenges mayor to sing Cher: CHALLENGE ACCEPTED

9/4/2014: The Charleston City Paper challenged North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey to a Cher tribute: CHALLENGED ACCEPTED.

North Charleston Kicks Off Dinner Theatre Series with Motown Musical on September 12

8/28/2014: The 2014/15 North Charleston Dinner Theatre Series opens September 12 with a performance of "The Reunion: A Lil Mo’ Motown Magic" presented by Donna Lee Williams and Remnant Productions.

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