- Dusten Brown dropping legal efforts to win back custody of 4-year-old Veronica (Post & Courier).
- Brown: Time to let Veronica live a normal childhood (Live 5 News).
- Sobbing Brown: ‘You will always be my little girl’ (ABC News 4).
- Boeing 787 diverted back to San Diego with possible deicing problem (News 2).
- Gov’t shutdown: 3 workers maintaining Charleston area national parks (Live 5 News).
Cory Burke is closing the Green Door, but he will roll on (Charleston City Paper).
- Big John’s Owner Wants to Restore the Big John’s of His Youth (Post & Courier).
Tonight’s Episode: Closing a Door (Foodmancing the Girl).
- Mr. Cox Goes to Washington (Charleston Grit).
- Traffic back to normal on Ravenel Bridge following accident (Live 5 News).
- Marley Lion trial video: Deleston admits to selling murder weapon (ABC News 4).
- Haley raises $950,000 in 3 months for re-election (Greenville Online).
- Candlelight vigil for Craigslist murder victim set for Sunday (ABC News 4).
- SC Aquarium releases 65-pound loggerhead at Folly Beach (Live 5 News).
- Rankings of S.C. Best Places to Work unveiled (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Rep. Gilliard hospitalized for surgery (ABC News 4).
- Indaco a finely appointed King Street pizza palace (Charleston Scene).
- Report: Mt. Pleasant Man robbed, shoved in trunk of his vehicle (ABC News 4).
- Midlands police officer charged after sending explicit photos to 13-year-old girl (Live 5 News).
- Rose and Ruins, a tattoo shop, will be opening on Meeting Street this Saturday. They will have a party with free tattoos, an oyster roast, and live music. They will also have an After Party at the Royal American.
- North Charleston’s Wild Wing Cafe to hold fundraiser for four Charleston County schools (Post & Courier).
- Reid Stone of Guilt Ridden Troubadour says goodbye to the follies of youth (Charleston City Paper).
- Town considers residential development of thousands of homes (News 2).
- Haley has no business criticizing anyone in office (Charleston City Paper).
- Coming “soon” to Park Circle – The Brew Cellar, a store selling growlers, cigars, stuff to home brew, etc. Likely arriving in the new year.
- Berkeley Co. to host prescription drug take-back (Live 5 News).
- According to a press release, New Belgium Brewing’s “Clips Beer & Film Tour” raised more than $8,000 for Charleston Moves.
- Hilton Head man pleads guilty in federal court to illegally selling baby turtles (Post & Courier).
- Emergency crews rescue teenagers kayaking at marsh (Live 5 News).
- NCPD: Motorcycle driver hospitalized after being hit by van (ABC News 4).
- MWV Specialty Chemicals invests $9.3 million in Charleston Co. (ABC News 4).
- God save the U.S. from becoming the laughingstock of the world, North Charleston mayor prays (Post & Courier).
- Chemical company expands in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Michael McDonald brings ‘Unfinished Business’ to the North Charleston Performing Arts Center (Charleston Scene).
- Confusion, opposition emerge over Dorchester County local option sales tax referendum (Post & Courier).
- Goose Creek business owners say they are losing business due to smoking ban (News 2).
- FAA adds workers to continue 787 deliveries (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- New DHEC policy denies flu vaccines to insured patients at county health department (Post & Courier).
- Rosters released for the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas (News 2).
- Stolen laptop leads to child pornography charges for Summerville man (Live 5 News).
- Clemson Lineman has career ending shoulder injury (News 2).
- Couple behind bars after baby girl suffers skull fracture (Live 5 News).
- S.C. ranks No. 10 for foreclosures (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Traffic to be rerouted Friday for Baptist Hill parade (ABC News 4).
- Myrtle Beach bank opens lending office in Mount Pleasant (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Educator, former Moncks Corner councilwoman, Martha Jo McGlothlin, dies at 75 (Post & Courier).
- Man wanted in New Jersey captured in N. Charleston (Live 5 News).
- College of Charleston benefactor Guy Beatty Jr. dies at 80 (Post & Courier).
Oysters on the Point Returns on February 5th with Empire Strikes Brass
The Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina will host its third Oysters on the Point event of the season on Saturday,...