- Dash Camera video released from Hanahan shooting (News 2).
- Man wounded in Balsam Street shooting, Charleston police seek suspect (Post & Courier).
- West Ashley man wounded in shooting (ABC News 4).
- Complaint of racial discrimination at restaurant taken to Facebook (Live 5 News).
- County looks at Bees Ferry site for recycling and solid waste facility (Post & Courier).
- Jestine’s Kitchen Closes For Unplanned Renovations (Post & Courier).
- Columbia has had enough of Charleston ’tude. Really (Post & Courier).
- Grave concerns after backyard burials in North Charleston (News 2).
- Proposed Charleston bowl game likely headed for NCAA committee (Post & Courier).
- Hundreds turn out for free medical care (ABC News 4).
- Thousands get free dental care at N. Charleston Convention Center (Live 5 News).
- Chef Eva Keilty Discusses Updates at Warehouse (Eater Charleston).
- Woman awaiting trial for allegedly killing son, gives birth (Live 5 News).
- Cops: James Island High School student files false report on shooting (Live 5 News).
- Summerville mayor wants to tap history to promote tourism (Post & Courier).
- Big matchups mark second night of 2013 Sertoma Classic (ABC News 4).
- 3 New Brunches for Your Sunday Hangover (Eater Charleston).
- I hear the High Wire Distillery is shooting for a September 12th Grand Opening.
Charleston County Parks seeking volunteers! (Charleston Patch).
- Moped blew red light, led North Charleston police on chase at 20 mph, report says (Post & Courier).
- Colleges embrace goals but await details on Obama plan to link federal aid to student success (Post & Courier).
Spike in Car Break-ins, Burglaries Concerns Law Enforcement (Charleston Patch).
- Couple arrested after children found in home filled with drugs (Live 5 News).
Why Mt. Pleasant is called Mt. Pleasant (Hint: Get ready to blush) (Charleston City Paper).
Lee Bright makes his pitch in the Lowcountry (Charleston City Paper).
- Wendell Gilliard received $5K from Marlon Kimpson, endorsed him on the same day (Charleston City Paper).
- Halloween in August? What gives? (Post & Courier).
- Select free parking around Battery to become residential (Live 5 News).
The Preservation Society of Charleston is looking to save more than old buildings (Charleston City Paper).
Palmetto and the Rec Room marry beer and tater tots (Charleston City Paper).
Capture the Coast? Enter SCDHEC Photo Contest (Charleston Patch).
- College football home cooking: 2013 provides an unprecedented schedule quirk for South Carolina, Clemson (Post & Courier).
- Orangeburg teacher charged with abusing mother (ABC News 4).
- Where to go for good eats (Charleston City Paper).
- Photos show bloodied, 14-foot tiger shark caught off North Myrtle Beach (Live 5 News).
Kimberly’s Crabs gets some love from Sean Brock (Charleston City Paper).
- Federal judge dismisses Episcopal Church complaint (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County schools falling short on required fire drills (News 2).
- Fire crews respond to laundry fire at N. Charleston motel (Live 5 News).
- Mushrooms grown at Mepkin Abbey sold to public (ABC News 4).
- Forward Chris Langkow returns to the Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
ZZ Top Returns to the North Charleston PAC in September
Rock & Roll Hall of Famers ZZ Top will perform at the North Charleston Coliseum on September 28th. In 1969,...
PCC Honoring National HIV Testing Day with Extended Hours, Gifts
BCLS Hosts a Variety of Children’s Virtual Programs for Summer 2021
Fetter Health Care Network extends COVID-19 vaccine clinics into July
High Tide Music Festival Coming to Riverfront Park this September
UPDATE: Suds + Spuds Fundraising Event Postponed to the Fall
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