- Baby Veronica Parties Agree to Mediation (Charleston Patch).
Deadly Equine Virus Sweeps Through South Carolina (Charleston Patch).
- Darius Rucker Is Super For Not Acting Like A Superstar (Low Country Today).
- New lawsuit alleges The Citadel ‘failed to warn’ about ReVille (Live 5 News).
- Students move in at CofC, The Citadel in hectic weekend (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry Open Land Trust so far has raised a third of the $1.2 million needed to expand Angel Oak Park (Post & Courier).
- Slave dwelling project works toward preservation (Post & Courier).
- Coast Guard investigates fuel spill off Hilton Head Island (Post & Courier).
- SLED arson investigator requested for Masonic Lodge fire (WCBD).
- Osteen brings A Night of Hope to sold-out Coliseum crowd (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry girls prep for Junior Girls Olympics (WCBD).
- Mount Pleasant dentistry to provide free services (WCBD).
- The Ultimate Beer Tour of Charleston (The Daily Meal).
- Students at Buist, Charleston Progressive, Memminger and Montessori Community schools returning to new buildings (Post & Courier).
- Shakespeare: two productions, two perspectives (Post & Courier).
- Goodwill clearance center back open for business (ABC News 4).
- Taxi stands now in place at the Charleston Market late at night (WCBD).
- Friends hold fundraiser for girl, 10, who needs a kidney (ABC News 4).
Local Business Hosts Art Exhibit (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- A passage through time (Post & Courier).
- Gymnastics instructor Charlie Schumpp loved to teach, give back to community (Post & Courier).
- Woman charged with fatally stabbing 72-year-old (ABC News 4).
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