- Cops, bomb squad investigated package in N. Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Bomb threat called in to Greenberg building (ABC News 4).
CHS FASHION WEEK COVERAGE
- How to get through the marathon that is Charleston Fashion Week (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Fashion Week kicks off (Charleston Scene).
CFW Night 1: Plastic pasties, leather, and lace (Charleston City Paper).
- My CFW Style Diary: Day 1 (Charleston Grit).
Cathy Horyn, ‘most feared woman in the fashion industry,’ visits Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
Sanford awaits runoff opponent, Colbert Busch cruises in SC-1 primary (Charleston City Paper).
- Mark Sanford tops GOP primary voting, headed to runoff (Post & Courier).
- SC1 GOP Primary Results: Sanford ‘Humbled’, Bostic Thanks God (Charleston Patch).
- Elizabeth Colbert Busch: ‘Ready to Speak Up’ Following Dem Win (Charleston Patch).
- Curtis Bostic’s Grassroots Success Leaves Supporters ‘Optimistic’ (Charleston Patch).
- Grooms says bid has ‘ended’ but campaign says it’s not a concession (Washington Post).
- 1st District update: the gloves comes off (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County School Board member Elizabeth Moffly endorses Mark Sanford for 1st Congressional District (Post & Courier).
- Could Jenny Sanford Endorse Elizabeth Colbert Busch? (Columbia Patch).
- Boeing employee critically injured in fall from platform (Live 5 News).
- Thousands in North Charleston ready to prove they have ‘X Factor’ (Post & Courier).
- Former employee charged in November fire at office building (ABC News 4).
- Video shows NC deputy in N. Charleston road rage incident (Live 5 News).
- Charleston man’s video of incident with North Carolina deputy cruiser goes viral (Post & Courier).
- House approves bill saying machines are illegal, closing loopholes (ABC News 4).
- Sheriff’s H.E.A.T. Team Earns National Recognition (Charleston Patch).
- Man charged after flames engulf SUV following chase (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry veterans participate in National Day of Action to Repeal Sequester (WCBD).
- Patriots Point board member deploying to Afghanistan (Post & Courier).
- The Lee Bros. peer into Charleston’s pantry for new ideas (Charleston City Paper).
- In the take this with a grain of salt department – Herpes “Epidemic” At S.C. State House (FITS News).
- Container Traffic Up, Port Deepening Project On Track (Charleston Patch).
- BMW To Build X4 In South Carolina (FITS News).
- Bat-killing fungus arrives in South Carolina (Charleston City Paper).
Cypress Gardens to Host 2nd Annual Screening of “The Notebook” in April
On the Reel Locations, a film screening event company, will host their 2nd Annual screening of The Notebook at Cypress...