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Benjamin Dye named NCFD employee of the month

10/15/2015: For his efforts to go above and beyond his duties for the betterment of the fire department, Firefighter Benjamin Dye has been named the NCFD's September Employee of the Month.

Toys for Tots registration open

10/14/2015: Toys for Tots is now accepting registrations for families in need of assistance with toys this Christmas.

One-Day Catastrophe Claims Center

10/12/2015: The South Carolina Department of Insurance, the City of North Charleston and Senator Marlon Kimpson Host Catastrophe Claims Center on Wednesday, October 14, 9am-6pm.

Deputy Chief Munn completes Executive Fire Officer Program

10/9/2015: With Joseph Munn's completion of the Executive Fire Office Program, now all Fire Department command staff has completed the National Fire Academy's highest level of executive training.

Mayor Summey offers statement on estate of Walter Scott settlement

10/8/2015: a statement from North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey on the lawsuit settlement with the estate of Walter Scott. By vote, North Charleston City Council authorized the settlement at a regularly scheduled City Council meeting on Thursday, October 08, 2015.

Ongoing efforts for flooded North Charleston residents

10/6/2015: North Charleston partners with Charleston Home Builders Association, Charleston Electrical Contractors Association, and Mechanical Contractors Association of South Carolina to restore power to flooded homes.

Officials to give update on flood victims and post-flooding measures

10/6/2015: North Charleston officials will hold a press conference to provide an update on flooding in North Charleston.

Flood damage assessments ongoing, but citizen help still needed

10/5/2015: City officials are asking residents to report flood damage or water intrusion of any degree. Citizens can report by calling 843-740-2533, 843-740-2562, or 843-740-2569 or by emailing flood@northcharleston.org.

Education 2 Employment job center opening

9/22/2015: In conjunction with a $1.6 million US Department of Labor grant to put North Charleston young adults to work, a job center is opening on Reynolds Avenue.

NCPD receives grant to hire 15 additional Neighborhood Resources Officers

9/22/2015: Neighborhood Resource Officers are tasked with establishing stronger relationships with the community through long-term assignments within a singular neighborhood and North Charleston is getting 15 more.

SBA offers assistance for flooding victims

9/14/2015: SBA offers disaster assistance to residents of South Carolina affected by the severe storms and flooding on August 30-31.

Display your Visual Art Exhibition in North Charleston

9/9/2015: Accepting applications for North Charleston City Gallery, City Hall, and other City sites

North Charleston Appoints New Artist-in-Residence

9/2/2015: Local painter, Daryle Halbert, to fill role for 2015/2016

Meeting Street Road rail crossing to close for repairs

9/2/2015: The railroad crossing just south of Rivers Avenue on Meeting Street Rd will close for repairs from September 8-10.

Councilman Dwight Stigler resigns from post

9/1/2015: After nearly four years of serving the North Charleston residents of District 9, Councilman Dwight Stigler will step down from his seat on September 4, 2015 to accept a job outside of North Charleston.

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