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Four North Charleston baseball teams heading to the World Series

7/20/2017: For the first time ever, the City of North Charleston is sending four of its Dixie Youth baseball teams to the World Series after each won state titles in their respective ages divisions.

Temporary Closure of Rivers Avenue Median Crossing at Dunlap Street

7/20/2017: Construction Begins on the Rivers Avenue at Ashley Phosphate Road Turn Lane Improvements Project

Neighborhoods Come Together to Stomp out Crime

7/20/2017: Citizens across North Charleston gather to take a bit out of crime.

North Charleston launches Citibot, America's 1st text messaging system for civic engagement

7/19/2017: Citibot is a communication tool for citizens and their governments. Using text message, Citibot can help to report a problem, search a website, send notifications and analyze data.

North Charleston baseball team advances to World Series

7/14/2017: The Wescott/Pepperhill 11-12 year old All-Star baseball team will be representing North Charleston and the state of South Carolina at the 2017 Dixie Youth Majors World Series in Alabama.

North Charleston presents Summer Children’s Theatre performances on July 28

7/12/2017: Orisirisi African Folklore will present "Drum Sermons: Folktales, Legends & Myths from the Far Corners of Africa" on Friday, July 28, 2017, at 10am and 2pm at Northwoods Park Recreation Center and Danny Jones Recreation Center respectively. Tickets are $2/child, accompanying adults are free. Groups of 10+ should reserve seats. Call Cultural Arts at 843-740-5854.

A firefighter and a police officer help a single mother in need

7/5/2017: After an auto vs. bike accident, a single mother's only mode of transportation was left damaged and unusable. A firefighter and police officer worked together, using personal bike parts, to get the lady's bike back to like-new condition.

Knapheide Truck Equipment Company opening new facility in North Charleston

7/3/2017: Automotive supplier to create 63 new jobs

MUSC breaks ground on new pediatric campus in North Charleston

6/30/2017: Outpatient surgeries, imaging, and infusion services some of many new offerings to come

T-Mobile US investing in new North Charleston operations

6/28/2017: New customer care facility will be T-Mobile's largest, adding 400 new employees

More gyms open for recreation and basketball

6/28/2017: During the month of July, school gyms will be open for general public use.

Our History: Carolina Day - Col. William "Danger" Thomson

6/27/2017: From the City of North Charleston's Archive Room, we bring you interesting artifacts and photos from our past.

Firefighters wanted!

6/23/2017: City of North Charleston seeking firefighters for hire. Apply by July 1.

City of North Charleston Seeking 2017/18 Artist-in-Residence

6/23/2017: The Cultural Arts Dept. is currently seeking to fill the position of artist-in-residence for fiscal year 2017/18. Local visual artists with a willingness to share their talents and an ability to work with students of all ages are invited to apply for the part-time, contracted position by Friday, July 21, 2017.

North Charleston City Gallery to exhibit works by Christopher Dotson and Evie Zimmer

6/22/2017: The North Charleston City Gallery will present concurrent solo exhibitions by local artist Christopher Dotson and Ohio based artists Evie Zimmer from July 5-31, 2017. The artists will host a free public reception at the gallery on Thursday, July 6, from 5:00-7:00pm.

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