- NAACP calls for U.S. Justice Department investigation of police shootings of black men (Post & Courier).
- Calls for probe into excessive force (ABC News 4).
- Police to start enforcing bike ordinance in November (ABC News 4).
- Educators in Dorchester County redefine the finish line for graduates (News 2).
CofC trustees to address presidency search Friday (Charleston City Paper).
- Body panel falls off Boeing 787 Dreamliner in flight (Reuters).
- Charleston Firefighters threaten lawsuit over salaries (News 2).
- Egan & Sons to Open Next Week (Post & Courier).
- First Look at Upcoming Egan & Sons’ Menu (Eater Charleston).
- DHEC warns of raw shellfish illness (ABC News 4).
- Puree Cafe Isn’t Luring Customers With Organic Food; Adds Dinner (Post & Courier).
- Gluten-Free Food Expo Spotlights Locally-Made Choices (Post & Courier).
- The grilled cheese trend just keeps going (Charleston City Paper).
- Wine Fest Adds Shrimp and Grits (Post & Courier).
- Mudd Pie Girl Bakery Makes a Name For Itself on James Island (Post & Courier).
- The latest seasonals take a romp through brewing history (Charleston City Paper).
- Recent Holy City arrivals include whiskey from the Upstate and George Clooney-approved tequila (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston’s “Mexican-inspired cocktails” (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston’s Hottest Bartenders and Burliest Bouncers (Charleston City Paper).
- Taste testing local margaritas (Charleston City Paper).
- No. 1 fan from above: Captain Corey Crawford honors his late mom for Clemson’s breast cancer awareness game (Post & Courier).
- The Citadel Unveils 2014 Baseball Schedule.
- Louisvlle, USC, C of C highlight schedule (Post & Courier).
- Register now for the 2014 Myrtle Beach Marathon (The Digitel Charleston).
- Komen Race for the Cure holds personal meaning for survivor (ABC News 4).
- Brownell, Clemson basketball putting puzzle pieces together with young bunch (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston freshman guard Joe Chealey could have immediate impact (Post & Courier).
- Advocates say culture, courts partly to blame for S.C.’s high ranking in domestic homicides (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston is the (target of a) bomb — yet again (Post & Courier).
- Cuccinelli, SC GOP Gov. Haley campaign together (ABC News 4).
- N. Charleston non-profit paying thousands out-of-pocket as shutdown continues (Live 5 News).
- Twenty-five tongue-in-cheek guidelines for new buildings in Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Crews battle vacant house fire in North Charleston (News 2).
- Veterans Day 2013 in North Charleston, a Tribute to our Veterans (City of North Charleston).
- Kmart to close in Mount Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Still no cause for the fire that destroyed a North Charleston building Tuesday morning (News 2).
- Popular spot at Folly pier closed for piling repairs (Post & Courier).
- USC warns students about Five Points area (ABC News 4).
- IOP’s Wyatt Durrette co-wrote Zac Brown’s ode to blue jeans and beer (Charleston City Paper).
- Cops: Cigarettes, cash register stolen during downtown burglary (Live 5 News).
- Parole denied for duo imprisoned in constable’s shooting death (Post & Courier).
Earthquake drill aimed at safety, preparedness (ABC News 4).
- Leather and tights (Charleston City Paper).
- Yelp Haunts The Holy City (Yelp Charleston).
- Scarecrows left naked after vandals strike (Live 5 News).
- Cane Bay safety drill on Thursday to test active shooter response (ABC News 4).
- Ports Authority allocates $2.7M for inland port (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- S.C. home sales soar 21.9% in September (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Federal government shutdown interrupts E-Verify screening in hiring (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Georgetown boat show expected to bring in money for fire victims (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: The booted bloody bar badgerer (Charleston City Paper).
- Boehner’s sorry reality: GOP’s true leader is Jim DeMint (Salon).
- Police find child wandering roads in North Charleston (News 2).
- New website is like Kickstarter for SC businesses (ABC News 4).
- Man accused of attacking ex-girlfriend, stealing her car (Live 5 News).
- Pinewood students excel in academics, the arts, and athletics (News 2).
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