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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.

We need your input on HUD funding priorities

8/18/2015: Every five years, input is sought on funds received from the US Dept of Housing and Urban Development. The monies are used to assist low-to-moderate income households in our city.

Solarize North Charleston

8/17/2015: North Charleston becomes the first Lowcountry community to lead on Solarize South Carolina

Danny Jones swimmer breaks every record in a single meet

8/11/2015: Danny Jones Masters Swimmer, Dana Brown, unleashes an unparalleled performance, breaks every record, at Dixie Zone LCM Championships.

North Charleston to open state of the art Public Works complex

8/10/2015: The $42 million multi-building campus, spread across 38 acres, that houses public works functions will formally open on Thursday, August 13, 2015.

North Charleston brings home two Dixie Baseball World Series titles

7/30/2015: North Charleston's Pre-Majors and Majors teams represent the State of South Carolina in Dixie Baseball's World Series tournament bringing home two championships.

Rail crossing closures on Dorchester and Ladson Roads

7/29/2015: Two rail crossings will be closed for repairs during the week of August 3. One on Dorchster Rd near Meeting St Rd and the other on Ladson Rd near Stoney Rd.

North Charleston Neighborhoods Come Together to Stomp out Crime

7/28/2015: North Charleston Police Department, community members, and businesses come together as a unified voice against crime.

We need your help to plan future bike and pedestrian routes!

7/24/2015: Area residents are encouraged to submit input towards an existing facilities satisfaction survey as well as a web-based wiki-mapping survey that will highlight potential bike/pedestrian routes.

Are you prepared for a flood disaster?

7/22/2015: We never know when a disaster will strike. Educate yourself at every opporunity possible.

COPS Athletic Program Summer Basketball League Set to Tip-off

7/20/2015: Program joins police officers and youth in neighborhoods through athletic competition and teambuilding.

Brandon Emery named NCFD employee of the month

7/20/2015: For his efforts to go above and beyond his duties for the betterment of the fire department, Firefighter Brandon Emery has been named the NCFD's May Employee of the Month.

North Charleston soccer player going to National Championships

7/20/2015: Fort Dorchester soccer player, Ben Veloso, to compete in USYSA Championships, the only North Charleston residents to participate in the tournament.

North Charleston receives state funds to bolster tourism

7/13/2015: The South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism awarded North Charleston a modest grant to promote tourism targeting increased hotel stays.

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