NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - After 10 months of construction, North Charleston has opened its newest community center.
The Miner Crosby Community Center was demolished to make way for a new 3100 square foot facility on Paramount Drive.
The center will be used for after school programs during the school year, summer camps during the summers and civic meetings.
The center was named after Miner Crosby, a Charleston native who served in World War II, and on the Charleston County Council for eight years.
North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey was among those who broke ground on the center last summer and attended Monday's grand opening.