- School of Law plans to hand over reins to Infilaw System (ABC News 4).
- SC declared disaster area after heavy rains (ABC News 4).
- Police Oppose Criminalizing Homelessness In Columbia, South Carolina: ‘I Can’t Do That. I Won’t Do That’ (Huffington Post).
- Woman who works at Wild Wings refutes customer’s claims (Radio Facts).
- Student brings stun gun to Stall High School (News 2).
- Ethics Commission says Haley will not have to repay state for security (The State).
- Duplicate car tax bills mistakenly sent to 22,000 Charleston County residents (Post & Courier).
- SLED investigating St. Paul’s Fire District (Live 5 News).
- Sen. Tim Scott wasn’t invited to event commemorating MLK march on Washington (Washington Examiner).
Kimpson Wins Democratic Nomination for SC Senate 42 (North Charleston Patch).
- Cops: Kids onboard as mother uses car to ram SUV several times (Live 5 News).
- Woolfe Street shut down due to collapsed wall (Live 5 News).
- Slideshow (News 2).
- Teen hospitalized after deputy’s patrol car hits mini-bike (Live 5 News).
- After public hearing, council votes against Bees Ferry Landfill expansion (Live 5 News).
- Police find baby alone in shopping cart at Walmart in Walterboro (News 2).
- Why Is No One Talking About… John Schumacher? (Charleston Grit).
- Cane Bay, Summerville open high school football season with TV game (Post & Courier).
- US justice department sues to shut down Summerville tax preparer (ABC News 4).
- Cops: Video game players terrorize 9 teens at James Island home (Live 5 News).
Bill Murray MAY be guest picker on GameDay (Carolina Sports Thoughts)
- Construction Progress at Upcoming Chez Nous (Eater Charleston).
- Large gator spotted enjoying a meal at Dunes West (Post & Courier).
Meeting Tonight on State of Mount Pleasant Schools (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- 2013 Fall Arts Issue (Charleston City Paper).
Dine at Grimaldi’s Pizzeria in September – Help End Childhood Hunger (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Haley calls for bells to ring to honor King in SC (ABC News 4).
- Police locate missing Florida teen in North Charleston (News 2).
- Renovations, regulations contribute to high cost of school buildings (Charleston City Paper).
IOP Council Seats Go Uncontested (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Berkeley Co. schools enrollment increases by over 800 students (Live 5 News).
- Historic Charleston Foundation files to stop demolition of West Ashley building (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Police release photo of Goose Creek burglary suspect (ABC News 4).
- 750 Sailors volunteer manual labor at Patriots Point (News 2).
- Threshold creates huge musicals in a little theater (Charleston City Paper).
Three Local Lawyers Recognized as Best in America (Charleston Patch).
- Edward Lee’s new cookbook delves into the heart of the matter (Charleston City Paper).
- MUSC issues $19M in bonds to lower costs for campus improvements (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- High school football picks (Post & Courier).
- Former SC youth pastor accused of assaulting woman (ABC News 4).
- Dorchester 2 announces 3 of 4 new school plans and locations (News 2).
Digital Lottery for HAMILTON Tickets at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center Opens Friday
A digital lottery for HAMILTON tickets will begin in conjunction with the show’s first performance (July 13th) at the North Charleston Performing...