- SC Gov. Nikki Haley Appoints White Supremacist To Campaign Committee (FOX News Radio)
- Folly Beach to increase patrol for first “dry” summer (Live 5 News).
- Drinking could cost you big time on Lowcountry beaches (WCBD).
- 3 area merchants indicted on charges of selling ersatz pot (Post & Courier).
- What kind of Spoletian are you? (Charleston City Paper).
- Spoleto Festival and Piccolo Spoleto Festival offer right kind of distractions (Post & Courier).
- Another Flowertown family dodges Moore, Okla. tornado (Post & Courier).
- Dog found with “300” branded on its sides, Animal Society says (Post & Courier).
- Set for adoption by man who found him suffering (Live 5 News).
- Holy City back on Hollywood’s radar (ABC News 4).
- Charleston police searching for graffiti suspect at daycare center (Post & Courier).
- ‘American Idol’ champion from Beaufort to sing at DC concert (Live 5 News).
- Police surround Summerville home (ABC News 4).
- Breast Cancer Charity Event set for Saturday (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Vandalism suspect taken into custody after boat sinks (Post & Courier).
- Nick Collins Jr. performs again after tragic accident (ABC News 4).
- Folly business recalls Memorial Days over generations (ABC News 4).
- Anthony Weiner ≠ Mark Sanford (Washington Post).
- Teen charged for shooting in Summerville home invasion (Live 5 News).
- Elliotborough Mini Bar, Soon with Mornings + Coffee (Eater Charleston)
- Lake Moultrie gets ready for Memorial Day Weekend (WCBD).
- Report: Property owners near Mark Clark extension could face drop in property value (Post & Courier).
Home brewers learn the secret ingredient for 2nd annual Iron Brew Competition (Charleston City Paper).
- Feds ban trucker charged in I-526 death of medical student (Post & Courier).
- Man finds buried tombstone while gardening (ABC News 4).
- Charleston RiverDogs shortstop Cito Culver making adjustment at the plate (Post & Courier).
- Gowdy: IRS official should have answered questions (Greenville Online).
- SC Senate defeats private school choice proposal (ABC News 4).
- Mediterranean Shipping Company expanding facility in Charleston County (WCBD).
- Lowcountry woman seeks to increase semi-truck safety efforts (Live 5 News).
- Rebound’s five artists give a second life to books (Charleston City Paper).
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