- JFK’s time living in the Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- A Citadel graduate steadied the casket during the Kennedy funeral (Post & Courier).
- GCPD responds to armed woman barricaded in home (ABC News 4).
- EMS asks police to assist at mental health call in Goose Creek (Post & Courier).
#CHSresponds to Philippines crisis (Charleston City Paper).
- #CHSresponds donation page (Water Missions).
- Riley challenges Charleston to donate $100,000 for Phillipines (Post & Courier).
- Canadian Nuclear Waste Bound for South Carolina (Free Times).
- Introducing “Silicon Harbor”: Charleston, SC, Home Of TwitPic And Amazon’s CreateSpace (Fast Company).
- The Juice Joint settles down on James Island (Charleston City Paper).
- Mixologist Sarah Martin of Bay St. Biergarten has her cocktail listed in Fox News Magazine.
Xiao Bao turns into a French bistro this Saturday night (Charleston City Paper).
- 360° of The Griffon (Step Inside 360).
HIGH WIRE’S BUSY WEEK
Southern food hedonism at High Wire Distillery (Charleston City Paper).
Event: High Wire Distillery debuts Hat Trick Gin (Foodmancing the Girl).
- Police: Man caught using Craigslist to solicit sex with minor (Live 5 News).
- Police: Woman arrested in W. Ashley hit-and-run with bicyclist (Live 5 News).
- Coast Guard stops charter boat operating illegally in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Report: Man spotted having seizure, huffing compressed air (Live 5 News).
- 14 arrested in dog-fighting bust (Live 5 News).
- Police nab suspected church burglar (ABC News 4).
- N. Charleston man charged in connection with Michigan murder (Live 5 News).
- Two arrested in Murrells Inlet burglaries (ABC News 4).
- Clemson Beats Temple 72-58 in Opening Round of Charleston Classic (Live 5 News).
- Inside the Game: The Citadel at Clemson (Post & Courier).
- Inside the Game: Coastal Carolina at No. 12 South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Crossfire: Sen. Tim Scott passes on Sen. Lindsey Graham endorsement (CNN).
- Sen. Tim Scott says education improvements can be learned from overseas (Post & Courier).
Glenn McConnell’s name dominates College of Charleston’s presidency search (Charleston City Paper).
- Piggly Wiggly to shut down Lowcountry warehouses (Post & Courier).
- Officials: Detention officer shot self in leg while reholstering gun (Live 5 News).
- SCDOT explains Riverland Drive/Camp Road intersection proposal to residents (News 2).
- When Miss SC was almost arrested while interning for Tim Scott (The State).
- Charleston holiday parade has a new route (ABC News 4).
- Community centers offer free Thanksgiving meals (News 2).
- South Carolina unemployment rate drops to 7.5 percent in October, report says (Post & Courier).
- DREAM makes changes (Summerville Journal Scene).
- Pecha Kucha draws 900 creative types (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Power restored at Charleston airport hours ahead of schedule (ABC News 4).
Submit your film to the Charleston Film Festival (Charleston City Paper).
- Former police chief explains hunt for baby Savanna in 1994 (ABC News 4).
- AAA Carolinas: Mount Pleasant is tops in traffic safety (Post & Courier).
- Hammond releases ‘Scrooges and Angels’ list (The Island Packet).
- GIANT names Charleston-based Fuzzco as Agency of Record (Giant Conference).
- Thanksgiving holiday travel up slightly in SC (News 2).
- True Believer: Darius Rucker hits the right note with fan (ABC News 4).
Live Music: Gaslight Street; New Madrid; Sarah Jarosz; Coney Island Rock ‘n’ Roll Roadshow (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston PD joins consolidated 911 dispatch, chief not concerned over recent investigation (News 2).
- A Well-Known Children’s Author made a stop in the Lowcountry (News 2).
- Summerville’s Martin helps to verify history (Summerville Journal Scene).
- Trident Tech offers manufacturing certification track (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Overheated popcorn machine fills Goose Creek school with smoke (Post & Courier).
- Summerville Citizens Police Academy (Summerville Journal Scene).
- Finding new kinds of ‘green’ for a Southern green roof at Moore Botanical Garden (Post & Courier).
- Clemson dedicates wind turbine drivetrain testing facility (Post & Courier).
- Wind turbine drivetrain testing facility opens in North Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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