3/25/2015: Global manufacturing company investing $17 million to expand operations in North Charleston.
3/17/2015: 1st 787-9 from Boeing South Carolina goes to United Airlines. It’s also our 250th 787 delivery.
3/17/2015: The North Charleston City Gallery will display the top 30 works from the SC Watermedia Society's 37th annual juried show throughout the month of April.
3/11/2015: North Charleston Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Butch Barfield talks about efforts to prepare our city, its residents, and businesses for a disaster.
3/6/2015: New plant represents company’s first full van manufacturing plant in North America, to create 1,300 jobs
3/2/2015: Firefighters will flow water from each hydrant in the city to ensure that the hydrant functions properly and that adequate water will be available in the event of a fire.
2/25/2015: Matador Network, the world's largest travel publisher, names the City of North Charleston 4th on its list of 20 coolest towns in the United States.
2/25/2015: Firefighter Wright's dedication and willingness to assist citizens of North Charleston while off duty earns him Firefighter of the Month.
2/25/2015: Market-leading telephone answering service, Moneypenny, establishes office in North Charleston, and intends to create 40 new jobs by end of 2016.
2/23/2015: The final dinner theatre performance of 2014/15 season features selections of African American music from past to present with celebrated psalmist, songwriter, and internationally touring vocalist, Christal Brown-Gibson. Tickets are $40 each with group discounts available. Call 843-740-5847 to purchase by Tuesday, March 10.
2/17/2015: Public invited to donate or lend items pertinent to North Charleston’s history
2/17/2015: Works by members of the Summerville Artist Guild will be on view at the North Charleston City Gallery throughout the month of March. A free public reception will be held on Thursday, March 5, from 5-7pm.
2/13/2015: The City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department is pleased to announce North Charleston, SC, artist Karole Turner Campbell (KTC), as the winner of the 2015 North Charleston Arts Festival Design Competition!
2/3/2015: Targeted at connecting the region’s business community, the North Charleston Business Conference and Expo is North Charleston’s inaugural business event showcasing regional companies, complemented by a lineup of high-powered speakers.
2/2/2015: North Charleston Police Department details how $275,000 in state funding will be implemented.
2/2/2015: Special panel will discuss the war and the historic desegregation of Charleston schools
1/26/2015: North Charleston Police Department Officer receives award for highest academic average at the State's law enforcement training.
1/21/2015: The North Charleston City Gallery will feature works by members of the Goose Creek Artists Guild throughout the month of February. A free reception will be held at the gallery on Thursday, February 5, from 5:00-7:00pm.
1/12/2015: Fine craft artists from across the state are invited to participate in the fourteenth annual South Carolina Palmetto Hands Juried Fine Craft Competition and Exhibition. The application is strictly available online and can be accessed at www.NorthCharlestonCulturalArtsDepartment.SlideRoom.com. Deadline for entries is Monday, March 16, 2015.
1/9/2015: The United States Air Force Heritage of America Rhythm in Blue Jazz Ensemble will offer a FREE evening concert at the Sterett Hall Auditorium on the former Charleston Naval Base on Monday, February 9, at 7:00pm. Tickets available at the Cultural Arts office on the 2nd floor of North Charleston City Hall or by mail-in request.
1/7/2015: The North Charleston Cultural Arts Department is set to host another dinner theatre performance in North Charleston on Friday, January 23, with An Evening with The Wagsters, World Class Magic & Illusion. Contact Pam Smith at 843-740-5847 for tickets by Tuesday, January 21.
1/5/2015: Entries are now being accepted from African American fiber artists from across the nation for the 9th Annual African American Fiber Art Exhibition: Maya Angelou. Deadline to apply is March 2, 2015. Application available at www.NorthCharlestonCulturalArtsDepartment.Slideroom.com.
12/29/2014: Engineer Crankshaw's efforts to improve the North Charleston Fire Department earn him employee of the month.
12/23/2014: The CSO Gospel Choir and CSO Spiritual Ensemble, under the guest direction of Jason Ikeem Rodgers, will bring MLK Jr.'s legacy to life through music, imagery and narration on Saturday, January 17, 2015, with a matinée at 3:00pm and evening performance at 7:00pm at Cathedral of Praise in North Charleston. FREE entry tickets (four per request) available in person at Cultural Arts Department Office at North Charleston City Hall and Charleston County Public Library (downtown Charleston) and Cathedral of Praise.
12/19/2014: The North Charleston City Gallery will feature mixed media works by the City's current artist-in-residence, Alexandra Roberts, as well as works of ink on paper by Maryville, TN, artist Carl Gombert throughout January. Roberts will host a free public reception at the gallery on Thursday, Jan. 8, from 5-7pm.
12/17/2014: Mayor Summey and Chairman Pryor collect toy bears for Toys for Tots in a spirited contest.
12/16/2014: Five graduate from Police Department¹s S.T.A.N.D. (Step Toward A New Direction)
12/16/2014: Applications are now being accepted for the 2015/15 National Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition. Up to 14 sculptures will be juried into the exhibit and compete for cash prizes totaling up to $16,250. Apply by Feb. 25, 2015.
12/5/2014: During the 10 week program citizens will get an inside look at what Police Officers, Firefighters, Code Enforcement Officers and Building Inspectors encounter on a daily basis.
12/5/2014: The project will allow more vehicles to turn left from Palmetto Commerce Parkway onto the west bound lanes of Ladson Road by adding an additional left-turn lane to create dual left-turn lanes.
11/25/2014: SC visual artists ages 18 and up are invited to submit entries for the 2015 North Charleston Arts Festival Design Competition! The winning entry will represent the annual 9-day arts & cultural event. Deadline for submissions is January 20, 2015.
11/24/2014: North Charleston under 10 Soccer team is victorious in the Lowcountry Soccer Championship.
11/24/2014: The Collins Park Ladies 2.5 singles team captured the Lowcountry Tennis Association Championship and the South Carolina Tennis Association Singles State Championship.
11/24/2014: Boeing has started final assembly of the 787-9 Dreamliner at its North Charleston facility. The team began joining large fuselage sections of the newest 787 Nov. 22 on schedule, a proud milestone for the South Carolina team and another sign of stability for the program.
11/21/2014: Works by members of the Mt. Pleasant Artists Guild will be on view at the North Charleston City Gallery throughout December. The artists will host a free public reception at the gallery from 5-7pm on Thursday, Dec. 4.
11/19/2014: Law Enforcement Officers from the Lowcountry will take to the roof of the a local Krispy Kreme store and hold doughnut eating contests to raise funds for Special Olympics of South Carolina.
11/18/2014: Fire Inspector David Hardwick's fire inspection at a local businesses helps advert a serious fire risk.
11/18/2014: Citizens urged to sign up for this free program which can send emergency notifications through several different platforms
11/13/2014: The North Charleston Firefighter of the Year is awarded annually to one member of the organization who exhibits superior performance, great initiative, respect and professionalism in each aspect of his job.
11/11/2014: Combining two dated fire stations, the new facility will house three fire companies, arson investigators, and training facilities.
10/29/2014: The North Charleston Fire Department will hold its largest promotional ceremony of the year on Saturday, November 1 at 10:30am at Montague Terrace.
10/23/2014: Customer care provider expanding facility, adding 200 jobs.
10/22/2014: What makes a firefighter of the month? In Sooter's case, constant dedication to the fire service, even when not responding to a fire, his drive for improvement, and goodwill towards his fellow firefighters.
10/21/2014: The North Charleston Cultural Arts Department's Dinner Theatre Series continues on Nov. 7 with an interactive comedy murder mystery. Tickets are $40 ($12 for play only) and are on sale until November 4. Call 843-740-5847 to purchase.
10/17/2014: The Cultural Arts Dept. will host concurrent solo exhibitions of works by local artist Setsuko Lawson and Charlottesville, VA, artist Mary Jane Nichols at the City Gallery throughout November. Lawson will host a free public reception at the gallery from 5-7pm on Thursday, November 6.
10/13/2014: One of the first companies to move to the navy base after closure sees continued growth and industry validation with EASA accreditation.
10/9/2014: An honorary member of the North Charleston Fire Department, Jonathan Kennedy passed away in February 2014 at age 30. Although unable to become a firefighter due to complications with Crouzon syndrome, Jonathan’s presence was constant and respected within the fire stations of North Charleston.
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.
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.
9/25/2014: WalletHub identifies the socio-economic growth of North Charleston as the 3rd fastest in the United States.
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.
9/22/2014: Register for Winter Basketball with the North Charleston Recreation Department, ages 4-17.
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.
9/19/2014: Former Mayor Bourne and current Mayor Summey recount Hurricane Hugo.
9/19/2014: For actions aligning with the values of the North Charleston Fire Department and going above and beyond the call of duty.
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.
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.
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.
9/9/2014: $12 million investment by automotive supplier to create 50 new jobs
9/5/2014: The Fire Department named Max High, a young boy with Spinal Musclar Atrophy, "Firefighter for the Day."
9/4/2014: The Charleston City Paper challenged North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey to a Cher tribute: CHALLENGED ACCEPTED.
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.
8/26/2014: Local mixed media artist, Alexandra Roberts, has been appointed by the City of North Charleston's Cultural Arts Department as the City's 2014/15 Artist-in-Residence.
8/22/2014: The Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority presents information to the community for the proposed $14.5-million North Charleston Intermodal Transportation Facility.
8/21/2014: Get exposure and give back! Individuals, businesses, and community groups are invited to sponsor decorative autumn wreaths for charity. Proceeds from wreath sponsorships go toward the City of North Charleston’s Christmas Charity benefiting needy families.
8/20/2014: Mixed media works by local artist Christine Bush Roman and works of ink on paper by Rock Hill, SC, artist, Nancy Wyman Ray, will be on display at the North Charleston City Gallery from September 4-30, 2014, with a free public reception on Thursday, September 4, from 5:00-7:00pm.
8/18/2014: The Palmetto Masters National Team competed in the 2014 US Masters Swimming Summer National Championship with a historical performance.
8/12/2014: Sandy O'Keefe, who trains at Danny Jones pool, wins the 2014 Charleston Sprint Triathlon Series, beating competition by over 4 minutes.
8/8/2014: Road work on the Rivers Avenue will begin on August 10, 2014 at the intersection of Remount Road and stopping at the intersection of Ashley Phosphate. The work consists of roadway milling and paving with traffic being reduced to one lane in both directions. Work will take place between 9:00 pm and 6:00 am.
8/6/2014: The North Charleston Police Department and other North Charleston employees pack bags of school supplies as part of the City's annual It's Cool to be in School supplies drive.
8/5/2014: On Monday, Aug. 4, Charleston County’s Magistrates/Summary Courts held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the North Area 3 Magistrate Court at 6185 Rivers Avenue, Suite E, in North Charleston.
8/1/2014: North Charleston's Dixie Majors baseball wins 4th World Series title.
7/31/2014: The Spirit of '45 tour visited the Greater Charleston Naval Base Memorial at Riverfront Park.
7/31/2014: In recognition of their many years of positively impacting young people across our nation, the UNCF President and CEO, Dr. Michael L. Lomax hosted the Inaugural Lowcountry Mayors UNCF Breakfast at the Felix Davis Community Center in North Charleston.
7/30/2014: A local swim team who trains year round at Danny Jones pool in North Charleston defeats 25 South Carolina swim teams, including Spartanburg Aquatics who has held the title for 13 consecutive years.
7/30/2014: Boeing announced today that final assembly of the 787-10, the newest and longest member of the 787 Dreamliner family of airplanes, will take place exclusively in North Charleston, S.C.
7/25/2014: Lineage Logistics, a warehousing and logistics company backed by Bay Grove, broke ground on a state-of-the-art 340,000 sq. ft. cold storage distribution facility in North Charleston. The project is expected to create more than 80 new jobs when completed.
7/22/2014: 800 North Charleston Summer Campers visit the Naval and Maritime Museum at Patriots Point
7/22/2014: Drawings by Jessica Burke (Statesboro, GA) and photographs by Michael Ellison (Savannah, GA) will be on view at the North Charleston City Gallery throughout month of August. Gallery hours are 9am-5pm daily. Admission and parking are free.
7/18/2014: Chicora Life Center and Charleston County Government announced an agreement that will consolidate the location of numerous government and socially-centered services in a single location at the former Charleston Naval Hospital.
7/10/2014: Company will create 60 new skilled jobs in North Charleston
7/10/2014: North Charleston holds traditional wet-down ceremony for new fire engines.
7/1/2014: Tickets are now on sale for the 2014/15 North Charleston Dinner Theatre Series. Productions are scheduled on Friday evenings in September, November, January, and March in a ballroom setting at the Charleston Area Convention Center Complex. Season tickets, single performance tickets, and "performance only" tickets are available.
6/30/2014: Two disabled adults were rescued by North Charleston Firefighters on the night of June 18, 2014. North Charleston Fire Department reminds residents that fire safety planning and fire drills are an important part of your overall safety plan, especially for caregivers and people with disabilities.
6/24/2014: Global company to invest $391,500 to support growing business
6/19/2014: Two disabled adults were rescued by North Charleston Firefighters last night after successful extraction from a burning apartment. North Charleston Fire Department reminds residents that fire safety planning and fire drills are an important part of your overall safety plan, especially for caregivers and people with disabilities.
6/17/2014: The North Charleston City Gallery will feature works by members of the Berkeley Artists Guild from July 3-31, 2014. A free public reception will be held at the gallery on Thursday, July 3, from 5:00-7:00pm.
6/11/2014: The City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department is currently seeking a professional visual artist to fill the position of Artist-in-Residence for fiscal year 2014/15. Deadline to apply is 5:00pm on Wed., July 9.
6/6/2014: During an interview with Quintin Washington, North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey remarked on his history with Police Chief Eddie Driggers and the assets that the Chief brings to the Police Department.
6/5/2014: NCPD Cops Athletic Program is offering a free outdoor basketball league for boys 12 to 14 years old.
6/4/2014: North Charleston Police Department unveils newly designed police vehicles
6/4/2014: North Charleston Mayor R. Keith Summey visited Pepperhill Elementary School to speak to students completing their 5th grade year. He offered the students words of wisdom and encouragement for the coming school year.
5/29/2014: The Dorchester Road Senior Center will be located adjacent to North Charleston Fire Station 5 on land that will be donated to the City by Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission. A $350,000 grant from the Office of the Lieutenant Governor was awarded to help fund the construction of the City of North Charleston’s new senior center.
5/29/2014: The North Charleston City Gallery will host concurrent solo exhibitions by Orangeburg, SC, artist, Alvin Staley, and local artist, DeWayne Sykes, throughout the month of June 2014. The artists will host a free public reception at the gallery on Thursday, June 5, from 5-7pm.
5/21/2014: As part of the North Charleston Arts Festival, winners have been selected from the pre-juried sculptures displayed at Riverfront Park.
5/21/2014: In partnership with Blue Star Museums, the Fire Museum is offering free admission for military members from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
5/14/2014: Fine artists and photographers from across the state and beyond were invited to participate with a total of 234 fine art entries were accepted in the categories of oil, acrylic, watercolor, drawing/pastel, and 2D mixed media.
5/14/2014: Fine craft artists and artisans from across South Carolina were invited to participate in the 13th Annual South Carolina Palmetto Hands Fine Craft Competition & Exhibition, the state’s only juried fine craft competition and exhibition.
5/13/2014: The City of North Charleston was once again named a “Playful City USA” community by KaBOOM!, the national non-profit dedicated to play for America’s children. KaBOOM! created “Playful City USA” in 2007 to help local governments address the play deficit by ensuring children have the time and space they need to play.
5/8/2014: July Volleyball Camp instructed by Trashie Burrell of Fort Dorchester High School put on by the North Charleston Recreation Department.
5/7/2014: The Police and Recreation Departments launch the North Charleston Cops Athletic Program offering basketball for boys 12 to 14 years old.
5/5/2014: Specialty biopharmaceutical company Aeterna Zentaris to open office, invest $1 million, and create 60 new jobs in North Charleston.
5/1/2014: Ricky Martin, a Fort Dorchester High School student with autism, and Golf instructor Perry Green at the Golf Club at Wescott Plantation were featured on the Golf Channel's In Play with Jimmy Roberts.
4/29/2014: The City of North Charleston Police, Fire, Code Enforcement and Building Departments announce its second Citizens Public Safety Academy program designed to foster better communication between citizens of North Charleston and public safety professionals.
4/29/2014: North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey will officiate the official ribbon cutting and dedication of the Lowcountry’s first youth entrepreneurship center on May 1 at 4:00. The Youth Entrepreneurship & Volunteer Center will house Metanoia’s high school Civic Leaders program.
4/25/2014: The City of North Charleston had 13 citizens graduate from its initial offering of the Public Safety Academy. The graduation culminated 11 weeks of educational and informative classroom and field work participants completed.
4/18/2014: After 10 months of construction, North Charleston will open its newest community center on Paramount Drive in Wando Woods.
4/16/2014: School of the Arts selected as recipient of the award Outstanding Service by a High School and will represent South Carolina in Washington, DC.
4/16/2014: The completion of improvements at Murray Hill Community Center has made a big impact on the surrounding neighborhood. North Charleston City Council and Mayor R. Keith Summey invite the public and media for a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, April 17 at 11:30am at 2674 Bonds Avenue.
4/14/2014: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder met with members of the North Charleston Police Department, Charleston Farms Community, and a program participant in the department's innovative program S.T.A.N.D. (Stop and Take A New Direction).
4/11/2014: The Building Officials of SC are working to create a better public understanding and appreciation of the building regulations and the importance of these codes to the State of South Carolina residents and property owners.
4/10/2014: As a part of its efforts to crack down on the illegal underage sale of alcohol, the North Charleston Police Department continues to conduct operations to educate students of the consequences of under age drinking; and engage retailers to prevent underage alcohol purchase.
4/10/2014: More than 50 schools, neighborhoods, and community groups in North Charleston and Charleston are participating in cleanup and beautification activities throughout the two cities.
4/9/2014: Planning Your Voyage: Before leaving home, know where you are going, who will be with you, and when you expect to return.
4/4/2014: Art and Fine Craft CoOp Gallery and Sale at the Meeting Place each Friday and Saturday from April 4 through May 31, 2014.
4/4/2014: Entries Sought for 2014 North Charleston Arts Festival Judged Fine Art & Photography Competitions & Exhibitions
4/4/2014: Nine-day celebration of the arts offers something for everyone
4/4/2014: NCPD Officer recognized by SC Department of Public Safety for enforcement of DUI laws
3/20/2014: The North Charleston and American LaFrance Fire Museum and Educational Center officially opened “Are You an Escape Artist?” theater exhibit, Thursday, March 13, 2014.
3/19/2014: The City of North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department is pleased to present concurrent exhibitions at the North Charleston City Gallery throughout the month of April featuring photographs by Susana Berdecio as well as Jazz Artists of Charleston’s resident photographers.
3/7/2014: The final North Charleston Dinner Theatre performance of the season is set to take place on Friday, March 21, 2014, with Love Letters presented by Threshold Repertory Theatre and starring real-life married couple, Ginger and Al Curl.
3/3/2014: The City of North Charleston seeks to commission a sculptor to create depictions of the city’s two prominent mayors. The commissioned busts will be permanently featured on granite outdoor pedestals at the newly built outdoor monument at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center, located at 5001 Coliseum Drive in North Charleston, SC.