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The city of North Charleston was occupied mostly by plantations before the Civil War. Currently, the Charleston Naval Base was once the largest employer of civilians in South Carolina, although more recently, Boeing Aircraft has their 787 Dreamliner aircraft assembled there. The only other three places in the world where wide-body commercial aircraft are manufactured and assembled are Everett, Washington; Toulouse, France and Voronezh, Russia. And in the sports arena, the South Carolina Stingrays, a minor league professional hockey team, play in the North Charleston Coliseum.

Population: 97601
Local Newspapers: The Post and Courier Courier
Local Sports Teams: N/A
Local Colleges: State UniversityCharleston Southern University, Clemson University, South Carolina University, The Citadel, College of Charleston

Zip Codes associated with north charleston, south carolina: 29405, 29406, 29410, 29418, 29420
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Birmingham News
How Governor Bentley stopped being a conservative on taxes

Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley promotes his $700 million tax and revenue package plan at the Harbert Center in Birmingham, Ala., Monday, March 23, 2015. He is traveling across Alabama to discuss the need for more revenue in the state's general fund.

The Birmingham channel: The show on the road

President Obama speaks Thursday at Lawson State Community College on the new steps the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is taking to protect consumers from abusive payday lending practices. From the White House.

Forecast: Mild temperatures, rain likely in Birmingham overnight

Temperatures should stay around 51 Sunday night in Birmingham but showers and maybe a thunderstorm are likely in the early Monday hours, the National Weather Service predicts. Monday: Showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm before 1pm, then a slight chance of showers between 1pm and 4pm.

Birmingham police investigating body found in vehicle Sunday

Birmingham police are investigating an "unclassified" death Sunday after a body was found in a van near 52nd Avenue North. Birmingham Police Lt.

Books: Excerpt from Amber Benson's 'The Witches of Echo Park'

The following chapter is an excerpt from Birmingham native Amber Benson's "The Witches of Echo Park" [aff. link].

Good People advances to Elite Eight in Craft Brewery National Championship

Good People Brewing Company is among the Elite Eight craft breweries in the nation, if Thrillist readers have anything to say about it. The Birmingham brewery has advanced through the food and drink website's national championship bracket, and voting is open through Monday, March 30 to determine the Final Four competitors.

UAB Researcher Probes Role of a Master Gene in Skeletal Formation

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Amjad Javed, Ph.D., of the University of Alabama at Birmingham , has taken a major step forward in understanding the bone development function of a gene called runx2, which could lead to future ways to speed bone healing, aid bone bioengineering, stem osteoporosis and reduce arthritis.

Five things to love about Palm Sunday as Holy Week starts

The Rev. Shannon Webster and Bishop Robert Baker lead a Palm Sunday procession through Birmingham, Ala., on Palm Sunday in 2014.

Advocate said President Obama's speech could positively impact predatory lending reform

Predatory lending reform was a topic President Barack Obama spoke of quite a bit during his speech in Birmingham on Thursday. But could those comments make a difference in changing pay day lending practices in Alabama? The President not only touched on the issue during his public comments, but he also discussed the matter during a closed door round table discussion with different community leaders as well.

Repairs to Clairmont Ave. hole completed, road reopened

Crews have filled in the Clairmont Avenue hole with gravel and are working to repave the road. Source: Clare Huddleston/WBRC Crews arrived at the hole around 6:30 a.m. Friday and began smoothing out the gravel covering the hole, which opened up on Tuesday in front of the Piggly Wiggly.

Pope Francis house goes up in Birmingham

An anonymous donor contributed $60,000 to Greater Birmingham Habitat for Humanity in honor of Pope Francis and his commitment to "work confers dignity." That money has been used toward construction of a house in the Center Point area that is nearing completion.

Judge dismisses lawsuits against Birmingham mayor and security detail over interstate...

A federal judge has dismissed lawsuits filed by a man and woman caught up in the gunfire during a 2012 interstate shooting that involved Birmingham Mayor William Bell's security team. Chief U.S. District Court Judge Karon O. Bowdre on Friday granted a summary judgment request by the city of Birmingham, the mayor, and officers Herman Harris, Jr., and Eric Smith.

Forecast: Chilly Saturday expected in Birmingham

There could be some showers Saturday, but mostly expect a chilly day in the Birmingham area, with highs maybe reaching 50, according to the National Weather Service .

Six Birmingham-area wealth managers make list of top 1,000 advisors for 2015 compiled by Barron's

Six wealth managers from the Birmingham area made the list of "America's Top 1,000 Financial Advisors" for 2015 compiled recently by the business publication Barron's. The rankings are based on such factors as assets under management, revenue produced for the firm, regulatory record, quality of practice and philanthropic work.

Immigrant clients lost thousands to disbarred Birmingham attorney, authorities say

A disbarred Birmingham attorney was arrested this week and accused of taking money from immigrants he promised to represent, though he has been ordered not to practice law in Alabama or in federal immigration cases. Douglas Howard Cooner, 60, is charged with one count of first-degree theft by deception, 13 counts of second-degree theft by deception and four counts of unlawful practice of law.

'Project Runway' alum Sandhya Garg to teach textile printing workshop in Birmingham

Sandhya Garg earned fame on "Project Runway" during Season 13, showcasing her unique designs, creative garments and can-do spirit. Now the Birmingham resident will share some of her knowledge with students, discussing ideas, tips and techniques during a March 28 workshop at Alabama Art Supply.

Birmingham: Police office indicted on use of unreasonable force against man.

Acting Assistant Attorney General Vanita Gupta of the Civil Rights Division, U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance and FBI Special Agent in Charge Roger C. Stanton today announced the indictment of a Madison police officer for using unreasonable force against a man he was attempting to question in February. The one-count felony indictment filed in U.S. District Court charges that ERIC SLOAN PARKER, 26, of Toney, while acting in his official capacity as a police officer on Feb. 6 in Limestone County, injured a man by slamming him to the ground.

Who will operate charter schools in Birmingham?

Birmingham could benefit from having a large provider with a proven track record enter the city to begin operating charter schools. The bill will allow for a cap of 10 charter schools per year to begin operations in Alabama, but who is most likely to operate those schools in Birmingham? Experts are saying the city would benefit from having a large provider with a proven track record enter Birmingham to establish the first charter schools.

Food Friday: Birmingham's most popular sushi restaurants

Though Birmingham isn't known for its sushi scene, the Magic City is home to several popular sushi restaurants that offer a variety of delicious Japanese dishes. Sushi may be a divisive food for many people, but Birmingham has plenty of options for fans of the popular Japanese dish.

Selma church welcomes Birmingham church, 50 years after turning away blacks

St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Selma will welcome members of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Birmingham on Palm Sunday. A group of church members from the predominantly black St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Birmingham showed up for worship at St. Paul's in Selma, and were turned away, called "outside demonstrators," even though they were fellow Episcopalians.

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