- Bomb squad responds to Academic Magnet for suspicious package (ABC News 4).
- U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum’s Son Running for Citadel Class President (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- SC Senate debating early voting bill (Live 5 News).
ODDEST CRIME STORY OF THE DAY
- Police: Man attacks sister over Facebook privacy settings (Live 5 News).
- Candidates in SC1 Spar Over Gay Marriage (West Ashley Patch).
- CAS offering $17 St. Paddy’s pet adoptions (ABC News 4).
- Pizza Surge Finally Comes to East Bay Street (Eater Charleston).
- SC group to help clean beaches hit by Sandy (ABC News 4).
- Affordable Care Act to affect pet owners too (Live 5 News).
Explorers Club calling it quits, recording final album (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston business donates $5000 to CFD training (ABC News 4).
- Woman stole nearly $30,000 worth of jewelry, police say (Post & Courier).
- Man charged in hit-and-run pleads guilty, sentenced to 5 years (ABC News 4).
- OB/GYNs told robot hysterectomy not best option (Post and Courier).
- Security company personalizes and maximizes school safety (Live 5 News).
- West Ashley Patch Expanding, Changing Name (West Ashley Patch).
- Sub teacher in Horry County faces sex charge (ABC News 4).
Taylor Music Group Presents Celtic and Choral Arts Series for Piccolo Spoleto 2022
The Taylor Music Group (TMG), a leading Charleston arts organization focused on the blending of classical and folk music, will...