- Bill filed to merge CofC, MUSC (Live 5 News).
- CofC faculty oppose MUSC merger, having a non-academic president (Charleston City Paper).
- Retired colonel “horrified” at cheating allegations (ABC News 4).
- Suspicious package shuts down 2 lanes on Rivers Ave. (Live 5 News).
- Tickets written for texting while driving: 0 (Charleston City Paper).
- SC State to commemorate 46th anniversary of Orangeburg Massacre (News 2).
- Boeing to respond to inquiries on North Charleston production problems (Post & Courier).
- CVS stores to stop selling tobacco (CNN).
- George Zimmerman to fight rapper (and SC resident) DMX in celebrity boxing bout (CNN).
- Prep those Palates: Edmund’s Menu is Here (Eater Charleston).
- Received an A from the DHEC (Facebook).
- Craig Deihl’s Magical Meats on Spring Street? (Eater Charleston).
- There’s more than hooch on tap at Prohibition (Charleston City Paper).
- Pizza pies and pimiento cheese find a home at Low Down Oven & Bar (Charleston Scene).
- Call for Nominations: Eater Young Guns 2014 (Eater Charleston).
- Ryan Farr and co. host fundraiser for Carolina barbecue legend Rodney Scott (Inside Scoop SF).
- Annie’s Bistro Serving Country French in Mt. Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Something a Little Exotic for Mount Pleasant (Eater Charleston).
- Engaged Baker and Chef to Open Sweet & Savory (Post & Courier).
- Basics of ‘Truth in Seafood’ bill (ABC News 4).
- Updating the Charleston Heatmap, February 2014 (Eater Charleston).
- Zero Cafe + Bar Adopts Regular Dinner Hours (Post & Courier).
- Realtor Seeking New Tenant for Tristan Space on Market Street (Post & Courier).
- Gov. Haley ‘furious’ at Georgia over reaction to winter storm (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Graham leads in fund-raising by wide margin (Post & Courier).
- Top 20 signing classes for South Carolina, Clemson (News 2).
- Chadwell, Bucs sign 26 for 2014 football season (News 2).
- Grievance filed with high school league over Goose Creek football transfer (ABC News 4).
- SC seeks applications for recreation funds (ABC News 4).
- Signing Day Central 2014 (Live 5 News).
- Burke’s Raven Saunders still deciding on the college of her choice (Post & Courier).
- Goose Creek sophomore Javon Kinlaw has size, potential to play major college football (Post & Courier).
- Michael Kors store coming to King Street (ABC News 4).
- More than just Charleston’s first Bass Pro Shop is moving into development along I-26 in North Charleston (News 2).
- Engine valve company adding 125 jobs in SC (ABC News 4).
- Palmetto Primary Care to bring 1,500 jobs to Nexton site near Summerville (Post & Courier).
- Vote expected in plan for city’s biggest proposed development (Live 5 News).
- James Island development concerns neighbors (News 2).
- 20-week abortion ban considered in S.C. House (Post & Courier).
- Wife Accused of Murdering Dacusville Husband For Insurance Money (News 2).
- Man arrested after boasting on Facebook he would never be caught (Live 5 News).
- Latham jury trial set for Monday (News 2).
- Ethen Richardson, from Mount Pleasant, unresponsive but breathing on his own (News 2).
- Homeowner wants more patrols after stray bullet fires through house (Live 5 News).
- Beach Co. sells The Boulevard for $66.5M (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Hotels budding in Mount Pleasant near Ravenel Bridge (Post & Courier).
- Attorneys work toward extending wills to cover social media assets (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Man who burglarized Chief’s home graduates drug court (ABC News 4).
- Guns in bars: Because what the Lowcountry needs is more people from Ohio (Charleston City Paper).
- Beaufort says water will clear up (ABC News 4).
- Deputies investigate rape at Hollywood campground (ABC News 4).
- DUI Battle Plan at Joint Base Charleston (News 2).
Greenville couple seeks Charleston-based actor to complete their independent film (Charleston City Paper).
- Where so many J Dilla tributes get it wrong, Charleston’s Dillamental gets it right (Charleston City Paper).
- CCSD puts new school calendar up for a vote (Live 5 News).
- ManTech International opens defense facility in North Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Berkeley County man accused of beating wife while awaiting trial (Post & Courier).
- Sheriff’s deputies investigating armed robbery of Little Caesar’s Pizza on James Island (Post & Courier).
- Pit bulls tested for rabies after attacking state worker in Dillon Co. (Live 5 News).
- SCRA 2013 revenues reach $266M (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- New bill would take mopeds off fast roads, aimed to improve safety (WMBF).
- Georgetown man wanted for kidnapping, robbery (ABC News 4).
- Teams get medieval in STEM competition (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Telephone lines fixed at Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office (Live 5 News).
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