- Meth making materials found on roof of CofC dorm (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina DHEC agrees to keep Birth Centers open; work on legislation (News 2).
- James Island Charter High School Board of Directors removes former principal, won’t explain why (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County Sheriff’s Office seeks help in locating Missing Person (News 2).
- Thanksgiving events (Post & Courier).
- Black Friday store hours, sales (ABC News 4).
- Thanksgiving Day doorbuster hours (News 2).
- A guide to take the pain out of Thanksgiving math (Post & Courier).
- Three mistakes to avoid when frying a turkey (Live 5 News).
- What will you be drinking this Thanksgiving? (Charleston City Paper).
- Thanksgiving 1954: Saltines and Navy Blended Coffee Aboard the USS Yorktown (Post & Courier).
Thanksgiving Movie Guide: ‘Hunger Games,’ ‘Frozen’ Expected to Pack Theaters (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Michael Banks sets sights on Turkey Day Run record (Post & Courier).
- Turkey Day Run eyes new records (Post & C0urier).
- Lower gas prices mean $2B more for Black Friday shoppers (ABC News 4).
- A Holiday Shopping Guide for Frugal Families (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Thanksgivukkah happens once every 70,000 years (ABC News 4).
- Diabetics can still enjoy Thanksgiving … with a few precautions (Live 5 News).
- Ambrose family’s Sweet Potato Casserole a popular tradition (Post & Courier).
- Grease fire destroys Scott’s Barbeque’s cooking shed (Carolina Live).
- Brown’s Court Bakery, lands on Eater National’s “Pumpkin Pie Heatmap.” (Eater).
- Puree Cafe to Close This Weekend (Post & Courier).
A fall feast on the Pour House deck (Charleston City Paper).
- A movement at a crossroads, can sustainability scale? (Charleston City Paper).
Charleston Culinary Tours with Hoon (Charleston Treasures).
- Chestnut-fed pig heralds a foodways renaissance (Post & Courier).
- Catering to their Customers’ Needs – Dish & Design (Mount Pleasant Magazine).
- Burwell’s First Year; Innovations From a New Chef (Eater Charleston).
- DHEC reopens shellfish beds in Charleston County (ABC News 4).
- Device tested at MUSC to change epilepsy treatment worldwide (ABC News 4).
- Lawmaker facing ethics case for use of state plane (Post & Courier).
Tough week for S.C. lawmakers (Charleston City Paper).
- “Haleycare” Creates Massive SC Medicaid Surge (FITSNews).
- Sapakoff: Boyd is No. 1 at Clemson, Shaw the best at South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- ‘Buyer beware,’ says USC of tickets for rivalry game (ABC News 4).
- Stegelin: The lieutenant governor’s new clothes (Charleston City Paper).
Over 200 rally for Charleston Birth Place’s survival (Charleston City Paper).
Natural birth centers no longer in danger of closing (Charleston City Paper).
- Lowcountry 2013 holiday parade guide (News 2).
- One person injured after containers fall at Georgetown chemical plant (Live 5 News).
- Veteran without power, water gets community support and assistance (News 2).
- deepsouth explores the HIV/AIDS epidemic where it’s most deadly (Charleston City Paper).
- FrontDoor breaks ground on 130 units on James Island (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Sidewalk weed and grass ordinance loses its edge (Post & Courier).
- Mt. Pleasant school adopts program from organization that thinks family values groups are bigots (Charleston City Paper).
- Yelp’s Gifted… Locally (Yelp Charleston).
Government shutdown helps new political party in S.C. (Charleston City Paper).
- Alabama going after Boeing 777X assembly work (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Blotter: The victimized Dixie blues (Charleston City Paper).
- Passages Art Gallery aims to bring marginalized African-American artists to the forefront (Charleston City Paper).
- Meet Brother Speed, his one-of-a-kind bike, and the owners of the Holy City’s raddest rides (Charleston City Paper).
Jack Hunter confesses: He was blind to his own racism (Charleston City Paper).
- Confessions of a Right-Wing Shock Jock (Politico).
- Inmate found hanged in Orangeburg County jail (News 2).
- Section of Dills Bluff remains closed following water main break (Live 5 News).
- Beating the odds: Family adopts special needs child from Bulgaria (ABC News 4).
- S.C. to sell debt to cover Boeing land costs (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Stingrays Net NHL and AHL Experience in Goaltender David LeNeveu (Stingrays Hockey).
- Former CofC standout gives back to local community (ABC News 4).
- Moore than a scholar (Summerville Journal Scene).
- Morris named National Assistant Coach of the Year by AFCA (ABC News 4).
- Deputies: Man charged with sexually assaulting 2 children (Live 5 News).
- Charleston man wins $100K on Carolina Panthers scratch-off (Live 5 News).
- Family changes their lives after mom has heart attack (ABC News 4).
- Live 5 Most Wanted Manhunt: 6 Captured, 3 Wanted (Live 5 News).
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