- Berkeley County school district addresses ethics investigation (Live 5 News).
- School of the Arts tweet exposes Charleston County Schools’ hypocrisy (Charleston City Paper).
- Loftis and Sheheen Join Forces to Create Fund for Hack Victims (Charleston Patch).
- Lathams reach agreement on protective measures, avoid contentious showdown in Charleston County Family Court Thursday (Post & Courier).
- Folly Beach to hold benefit for longtime resident who lost home to fire (Live 5 News).
- Boeing expects to bring about 600 IT jobs to the Lowcountry (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Telehealth therapy grows among veterans (ABC News 4).
- The problem with for-profit hospitals (Charleston City Paper).
- Tritium leak reported at South Carolina nuclear power plant (Charleston City Paper).
- Lowcountry Prices for CT, Colonoscopy Cheaper Than SC Average (Charleston Patch).
- Folly beach county park stabilization project underway (WCBD).
- CCPRC: 175,000 cubic yards of sand pumped onto Folly Beach (ABC News 4).
- Local Events This Week for National Bike Month (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- CofC Students Publish Pluff (Charleston Metronome).
- When and which beaches to take your furry friends to (Charleston City Paper).
- The Coastal Cupboard’s semiannual Charity Knife Sharpening Event is May 31 until June 2. For $1 per knife, people can get their knives professionally sharpened. Proceeds benefit Feed the Need (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Gearing up for a sober summer on Folly Beach (Charleston City Paper).
- Police: Man shot in thigh after giving robber $20 (ABC News 4).
- Police searching for suspect in domestic violence case (WCBD).
- Berkeley County School Board rates Superintendent Rodney Thompson ‘excellent’ (Post & Courier).
- Battery winning streak snapped at Charlotte Eagles (The DigitelCharleston).
- New lofts in East Central could fill in the cracks of development (Charleston City Paper).
- Authorities arrest Johns Island man accused of trailer thefts (Live 5 News).
- Making sense of the Windjammer’s annual Hazelnut Hang (Charleston City Paper).
- Goose Creek City Council Tables 2% Hospitality Tax (Goose Creek Patch).
Let the Lee Bros. throw you a party (Charleston City Paper).
- Duo nabbed on murder charges in Horry County (WBCD).
- Are Bellyaks the next big thing on the water? (Charleston City Paper).
- Final 12 S.C. counties commit to workforce training initiative (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Defense Department reduces civilian furloughs to 11 days (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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