It's difficult and perhaps even subjective to judge how successful a military base redevelopment has been, but 25 years after the Charleston Naval Base and Shipyard was marked for closure, its future seems clear and positive signs abound.
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North Charleston soon hopes to start construction on a $6 million pedestrian bridge across Noisette Creek that would link Riverfront Park to the land north of the creek, land eyed for expansion of the park.
Rozier helped shape the economic future of Berkeley County at a critical time.
The Post and Courier reached out to members of the faith, local government and business communities and asked them to describe their hopes for 2019.
The Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina recently began donating 140 sleeping bags to North Charleston so its police officers could distribute them to the homeless.
North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey will run for re-election in 2019 and face off against at least three opponents. If he wins, he could be the state's highest paid mayor.
The public can help craft the city's new 10-year plan at October and November meetings.
At the risk of being charged with malicious meddling in the affairs of my friends on Charleston County Council, I offer this wholly unoriginal…
So, some folks are opposed to naming the new North Charleston library after Mayor Keith Summey. Didn’t have to be Nostradamus to see this coming.