- Folly Beach renourishment now on track for January start (Post & Courier).
- Sexual assault trial for Coast Guard Petty Officer enters day 3 (News 2).
- SCE&G: Downtown Charleston gas leak secured (Live 5 News).
- New Dorchester Road widening completion date announced; project not so delayed as others (Post & Courier).
- The Southeast takes on sake (Post & Courier).
- Is Charleston Ready for Rooster’s to Land? (Eater Charleston).
- Tomato Shed Cafe Hosts Holiday Gullah-Geechee Pop-Up (Post & Courier).
- What’s For Lunch at Jubilee (Post & Courier).
- The education of Rodney Scott (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston fast food workers asking for $15.00 per hour and union rights as walkout looms (News 2).
- If only the tacos were as good as the margaritas (Charleston City Paper).
- Spurrier on BCS Championship debate: Ohio State’s schedule tougher than Florida State’s (Post & Courier).
- BCS analyst doesn’t foresee Orange Bowl ‘stiffing’ Clemson, if it’s eligible (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina QB Shaw to play in all-star game (ABC News 4).
- Clemson AD Dan Radakovich reflects on first year on the job (Post & Courier).
- Lawmaker: Make attacks on homeless a hate crime (Post & Courier).
- African American students narrowing achievement gap in Chas. Co. schools (Live 5 News).
- Jury problems delay SC Rep. Vick’s DUI trial (News 2).
- Massive downtown development ‘game changer’ if approved (Live 5 News).
- ‘Boastful Bandit’ gets 22 years in prison (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry Food Bank expanding ‘Pantry Program’ to feed more families (Live 5 News).
- Vacuum chamber saving food bank’s dented cans (ABC News 4).
- Criminal domestic violence offenders could face more jail time (Live 5 News).
- Cannonborough-Elliottborough has transformed whether you like it or not (Charleston City Paper).
- Teen arrested in Mount Pleasant car break-ins (ABC News 4).
- LoveGave kicks off 58-hour campaign to raise $150,000 for abused, neglected, abandoned children (Post & Courier).
- MUSC receives $1.7M grant for stroke research (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Frustration builds as new Hanahan school site debated (ABC News 4).
- Flooded Streets expands its quirky line of Chucktown-centric wears (Charleston City Paper).
- Berkeley County Government information now online (News 2).
- Yelp’s Barking Up The Right Tree (Yelp Charleston).
- More striped bass now in the Ashley River (ABC News 4).
- GKN in Orangeburg to assemble 737 MAX winglets (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Catholics gather to say final farewell to Bishop Thompson (ABC News 4).
- McKenzie Eddy partners with Angie Aparo, Disco Biscuit’s Mark Brownstein for new albums (Charleston City Paper).
- SC justices: Judge can mull appeal, then new trial (ABC News 4).
- City of Hanahan and community provide additional support for Hanahan Elementary (News 2).
- East Cooper Medical launches healthcare awareness campaign (ABC News 4).
- Car fire damages 3 cars, side of apartment building (Live 5 News).
Live Music: Jimmy Eat World, The Higher Choir, Matt Woods, Goner (Charleston City Paper).
- Koffin Kats tear up the highways for Born of the Motor (Charleston City Paper).
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