- Graham confident Charleston Harbor to be deepened (ABC News 4).
- Donations sought to help families displaced by Hampton Oaks fire (Post & Courier).
- Donation Page (YouCaring.com).
- On a mission: 14-year-old Mount Pleasant girl brings joy to children worldwide (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina officials say state is not required to honor gay marriages (Post & Courier).
- Gov. Haley’s Lawyer: Lawsuit “has no merit.” (ABC News 4/AP).
- Talking Okonomiyaki and One Year with XBB (Eater Charleston).
- Chef Kim’s recipes: Sweet potato and pear casserole (ABC News 4).
- Which Restaurant is Charleston’s Stone Cold Stunner? (Eater Charleston).
- Blotter: Just a can of High Life in a bag of pork rinds (Charleston City Paper).
- Two men said they were held up at gunpoint on Spring Street in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police make arrest after woman says man exposed himself on Liberty Street (Post & Courier).
- Burglar takes almost $15,000 worth of jewerly, luggage from Daniel Island home (Post & Courier).
Woman drives wrong way on I-526, curses out paramedics (Charleston City Paper).
- Murder suspect extradited to Berkeley County (ABC News 4).
- Sheriff’s office investigating reports of shots fired at Dorchester apartments (Live 5 News).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans: 11/15 – 11/17/13.
- 2013 Buy Local Month Has Begun! .
- “The Polar Express” Now Playing in 4-D at the SC Aquarium .
- Change to Obamacare affects about 150,000 in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Haley receives report on regulatory review (Live 5 News).
- SC’s September jobless rate falls to 7.9 percent (ABC News 4).
- Sign up for healthcare in North Charleston Saturday (News 2).
Inaugural Medal of Honor Bowl seeks public funding from Charleston-area governments (Charleston City Paper).
- Summerville YMCA hosts annual Oyster Shindig (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston residents express concerns about port rail yard as Corps plans study (Post & Courier).
- Benefit planned for Goose Creek victims in triple shooting (ABC News 4).
- NOAA tells Navy to go ahead with training but watch for marine mammals (Post & Courier).
- Haley: SC will be supportive of Boeing (ABC News 4).
Democratic governors group puts on brave face for Sheheen (Charleston City Paper).
- IBM donates Young Explorer computers to Head Start programs (ABC News 4).
- Documentary highlights success of Bamberg church’s efforts to educate community about HIV/AIDS (Post & Courier).
- Midtown Extends Welcome To Theatre Lovers ‘On Golden Pond’ (Lowcountry Today).
Clear your calendars for ROCKABILLAQUE (Rock n Roll Feedback).
- World Diabetes Day observed in Charleston (ABC News 4).
Local short film wraps (Charleston City Paper).
- Preschoolers deliver Thanksgiving donations to ECCO (ABC News 4).
- Chicora School of Communications holds first College Career Fair (News 2).
- Open house planned Saturday for Lowcountry Firefighter Support Team (Post & Courier).
- Bell campaign kicks off for Salvation Army (ABC News 4).
- Cheap routes to get home for the holidays (Post & Courier).
- Citadel seniors recall careers before final home game against VMI (Post & Courier).
- Citadel pups officially take the reigns as old guard retires (ABC News 4).
- Spurrier, No. 11 Gamecocks set to host Florida (ABC News 4/AP).
- Clemson offense ‘playing best ball’ with 154 points in last three games (Post & Courier).
- Old Charleston County jail building now holds centralized bond, preliminary hearing courts (Post & Courier).
- Elderly Berkeley County woman’s life threatened by scam artists (Live 5 News).
- My Charleston Today: Holiday shopping opportunity at convention center (Post & Courier).
- Mother hopes for justice three years after son’s murder (Live 5 News).
Chasing the Black Cabs of Charleston (Charleston Grit).
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...