- Former Charleston Fire Chief Thomas Carr dies (Live 5 News).
- Local audiences need a lesson in etiquette (Charleston City Paper).
- FAA order formally lifts Boeing 787 grounding (Live 5 News).
- Substitute teacher charged for sex with Ashley Ridge student (Live 5 News).
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- Growing scam and a costly hotel visit (WCBD).
A beer garden in NoMo? (Charleston City Paper).
- Public warning for Summerville residents lifted after sewer overflow (ABC News 4).
Support Boston with a Boston Cream (Charleston City Paper).
- Web users pledge thousands to support local projects (WCBD).
- Senate committee doesn’t move Folly sea wall bill (Post & Courier).
- Bonefish Grill, retail part of project plan near Tanger Outlet; Moe’s on Cumberland St. closing (Post & Courier).
- Charleston man arrested on weapons charges (ABC News 4).
- Monitor to provide ship info for I-526 bridge (ABC News 4).
- First Baptist art students turn school bus into work of art (Live 5 News).
- OCEARCH: ‘We are going to solve the puzzle of Jaws’ (ABC News 4).
- Church group interested in Myrtle Beach theme park (Live 5 News).
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