- Father and son bond over heart transplant (Live 5 News).
- First-time dad celebrates Father’s Day at Trident Hospital (ABC News 4).
- Father’s Day: Single dad Wesley Fox takes on boys, puberty and French manicures (Post & Courier).
- SC moms sending Father’s Day gifts to congressmen (ABC News 4).
- Local athletes race on Father’s Day (WCBD).
- Downtown residents blame vandalism on drunken students, look to College of Charleston for solutions (Post & Courier).
- The Life of Peyton: Mount Pleasant 9-year-old leaves legacy of fitness, fun and the joy of hard work (Post & Courier).
- Meeting Street fire (WCBD).
- More than 50 bike in support of re-opening James Island Connector to cyclists and pedestrians (Post & Courier).
- Teen shot in testicles taken to MUSC (ABC News 4).
- Southern Charm was seen filming at Sermet’s on Saturday night. Anyone who went into the venue had to give consent to be filmed. Sermet’s is owned by cast member J.D. Madison.
- IOP warns parents to watch children at the beach (WCBD).
- Injured officer helped by hockey game (Live 5 News).
- Spoleto, Piccolo festivals reflect on 2013 and look ahead (Post & Courier).
Troubadour finds new, upscale home (Charleston City Paper).
- Clemson, Carolina fans alike hope Howard’s Rock vandal wasn’t taking rivalry a step too far (Post & Courier).
- Gallery: Summer SOULstice Celebration (Charleston Scene).
- Welcome to Berkeley County, get ready to rumble (Post & Courier).
- Police seek individuals after downtown armed robbery (Live 5 News).
- Gallery: James Island Yacht Club Regatta (Post & Courier).
Welcome to Charleston, LUSH (Charleston City Paper).
- Gallery: Super Hero Bar Crawl (Carolina Nightlife).
- Castle in Sullivan’s Island for sale (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Woman hospitalized after vehicle runs off I-26 exit ramp (Live 5 News).
- US Sen. Scott to speak at Palmetto Boys’ State (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston could gain thousands of residents in Dorchester County as growth resumes (Post & Courier).
- State officials tout report of SC’s GDP growth (ABC News 4).
- Conservation for big guns that opened Civil War (WCBD).
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