- Another small earthquake rattles Summerville-Ridgeville areas (Post & Courier).
Farmers Market Vendors Unite to Protect Angel Oak (Charleston Patch).
- Reports: Couple with Lowcountry ties accused of having sex with dogs, posting videos of encounters on Internet (Post & Courier).
- Charleston duo Shovels & Rope net two Americana Music Honors & Awards (Charleston Scene).
- Charleston’s Colonial Lake, a longtime downtown favorite, getting multi-faceted makeover (Post & Courier).
- Miss SC sets the record straight on statement, apology (Live 5 News).
The valuable lesson that Miss S.C. Brooke Mosteller can learn from her ‘mobile home’ controversy (Charleston City Paper).
- Attorney blames coroner’s ‘rush to judgment’ as homicide case against former North Charleston babysitter is dropped (Post & Courier).
- Hoping for a cure, one step at a time (ABC News 4).
Beach Sweep set for Saturday (Charleston Patch).
- S.C. summit to explore plant-based industries (Post & Courier).
- Winning $400,000,000 powerball ticket sold in South Carolina (News 2).
- Two controversial zoning cases won’t be heard Thursday in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Oyster, clam harvesting season to open Oct. 1 (Post & Courier).
- Settlement discussions ongoing at Oklahoma courthouse in Veronica adoption case (Post & Courier).
- Pecha Kucha inspires, fuels ideas (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- SCDOT: Rains did $5.6M damage to 132 state roads (ABC News 4).
Senate 42 candidate Billy Shuman missed ethics filing deadline (Charleston City Paper).
- Man accused of coaxing brother to eat cocaine gets 15 years (Live 5 News).
- Berkeley County Coroner identifies man found dead in Dogwood Park in Goose Creek (Post & Courier).
- MUSC garners $75.1M in donations (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- South Carolina shows steep decline in number of incarcerated youths (Post & Courier).
The battle of the Bombays (Charleston City Paper).
- Crime and punishment: Law firm embezzlement case shows it’s hard to please everyone (Post & Courier).
- CSU receives $3 million donation (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
Is this the ugliest couch in Charleston? (Charleston City Paper).
- Construction continues at Midtown development (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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