- Waterspouts spotted off coast of Kiawah (Post & Courier).
- Crews put out Summerville mobile home fire (Live 5 News).
- Goose Creek: Businesses outside of city limits take advantage of smoking ban (Live 5 News).
- Palmetto State still top peach producer over Peach State (Post & Courier).
- More development coming to Park Circle as Mixson neighborhood grows (Live 5 News).
- West Ashley High teacher Margaret Spigner named 2013 Air Force Association National Teacher of the Year (Post & Courier).
- Firefighters bare almost all for CAS calendar (ABC News 4).
- Summerville’s Sculpture in the South faces funding trouble, uncertain future (Post & Courier).
- Salvation Army, Goodwill worry about growing number of donation boxes in parking lots (Post & Courier).
- The Travel Channel’s Roger Mooking gave The Grocery a nice shout-out on his blog.
- James Island grad proving he’s a star on the field, in the classroom (ABC News 4).
- El Sabor Latino serves up Colombian comfort food (Charleston Scene).
- Man sought in connection to $1k theft at downtown home (Live 5 News).
Labor Group Backs Kimpson for Senate (North Charleston Patch).
- Great White Mary Lee passing by Charleston coast again (Live 5 News).
- Realtors among those with no regrets on Folly alcohol ban (Post & Courier).
What Should Go Here: The Roadside Kitchen (Charleston Patch).
- Lowcountry man makes books by hand (ABC News 4).
- Angel Oak Park could grow after Greenbelt Bank Board approves $2.4 million toward purchase of 17 acres (Post & Courier).
- Police: Children videoed in peeping Tom arrest (WCBD).
- Ex-Charleston Southern player Omar Carter recovering from head injury, coma (Post & Courier).
Feds charge asbestos released onto SC beach (ABC News 4).
Nighttime at the Museum Returns to The Charleston Museum
The Charleston Museum is bringing back the popular after-hours event Nighttime at the Museum. On Friday, June 3rd, attendees of...