- SLED: 65 gun permits revoked due to reporting law (ABC News 4).
- 27-year-old Columbia woman killed by train during movie shoot (Live 5 News).
- Moorers in custody in connection with Heather Elvis case, police confirm (Live 5 News).
- Sheriff: Teen killed in mistaken retaliation (Live 5 News).
- Pours and Porridge in South Carolina (Garden & Gun).
- The art of ‘wichcraft’ conjures up a spell of good eating at The Southern General on Johns Island (Charleston Scene).
- Crave to Take Over Space Vacated by Rosebank Farms Cafe (Post & Courier).
- Guess the Chef at Unnamed King/Morris Project (Eater Charleston).
- What to Expect from Ristorante LID (Post & Courier).
- Ristorante LIDI’s menu has been released.
- Paolo’s Introduces Customizable Cannoli (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley Firefighters hosting 1st annual BBQ Cook off Saturday (News 2).
- A Little Bit of Leon’s for the Day (Eater Charleston).
- Here’s everything on Mellow Mushroom’s new employees-only menu (Thrillist).
- Mayor Riley Didn’t Want to Delay the Gratis Hooch (Eater Charleston).
- Restaurateurs Plan More Small Plates for Upper King (Post & Courier).
- Thomas Ravenel: Lindsey Graham’s contempt for liberty can’t go unchallenged (The State).
Occupy Columbia members reach financial settlement in lawsuit against Gov. Nikki Haley (Charleston City Paper).
- Palmetto Sunrise: McConnell says he’s still in the running for C of C presidency (Post & Courier).
- SC Senate ethics bill wouldn’t change oversight (The Island Packet).
- Lawmakers still studying statewide texting-while-driving ban (WMBF).
New S.C. gun law will strip mandatory 8-hour training requirement (Charleston City Paper).
Dear Rep. Garry Smith, I Think We Need To Talk (Cistern Yard).
- Painting Dixie Blue (Politico).
- SEC Network prepares kick-off with USC-Texas A&M (Go Gamecocks).
- USC seeking bids on indoor football practice facility (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Clemson RB Tyshon Dye suffers injury, will miss spring practices (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley’s own Bruce Ellington ready for his close-up at the Combine (Post & Courier).
- Stratford football coach’s emotional goodbye (ABC News 4).
- 60 years later, Citadel basketball players recall their own losing season (Post & Courier).
Rachel Kate, Megan Jean, Carnaval, and Zonaea to play SXSW (Charleston City Paper).
- 98 ROCKFEST will be moved to the Fall (Facebook).
- A new Sol Driven Train album is in the works and will include a mix of new songs and previously unrecorded live tunes. They are eying a summer release.
- Win Tickets to Alice in Wonderland! (Charleston City Paper).
- Weekend Round-up: Bruisin’ for a Brewsin’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Patriots Point to launch new programs this spring (Post & Courier).
A review of SEWE 2014 (Cistern Yard).
- Charge dismissed against woman arrested over VHS copy of J. Lo movie (WISTV).
- Crews respond to fire in downtown Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Civil rights leader Septima P. Clark to be inducted into state Hall of Fame (Post & Courier).
- Charleston murder-for-hire trial to resume Monday, defense presenting witnesses (Post & Courier).
- Defense witness files motion to be removed from case (ABC News 4).
- Reward increased for info on puppy shot, left for dead in Ravenel (Live 5 News).
- Police in Colleton County find meth lab in shed behind home (News 2).
- Increased demand leads JetBlue to add bigger jets in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston students pose questions about merger with MUSC, take no official position yet (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Co. school board to vote Monday on middle school merger (Live 5 News).
- Container volumes up 7% at the port (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- New sharks moved into Great Ocean Tank at S.C. Aquarium (Post & Courier).
- Study: Clemson University created 350 jobs in the Lowcountry (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Police release video surveillance images of stabbing in North Charleston (News 2).
- Darius Rucker helps fellow country music star after tour bus crash (Live 5 News).
- Dorchester Co. yard debris sites open every day (ABC News 4).
- Malcolm Jefferson Murder still unsolved, reward up to $4,000 (News 2).
Gibbes’ Society 1858 announces prize for regional artists (Charleston City Paper).
- West Ashley senior center likely will open in 2016 (Post & Courier).
- Four CCSD school nurses win Palmetto Gold Award (ABC News 4).
- FCC says it will not monitor newsroom operations (Post & Courier).
- CCSO: Drive by shooting suspects crash into daycare (ABC News 4).
- BoomTown’s new application to help agents with leads (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Pro bike group makes pitch for Ashley River Bridge bike lane (Live 5 News).
- James lsland boy with chronic illness gets trip to Disney World (News 2).
- North Charleston plans to board up Garco mill building while planning arts center (Post & Courier).
- Goose Creek to build 2 new fire stations (News 2).
- North Charleston to buy toilet trailer to provide public with proper potties (Post & Courier).
- Since opening in August 2013, The School for Asperger’s/HFA at Trident Academy has reached its classroom capacity and now has a waiting list for admission. The school currently serves students in kindergarten through third grade. Next year, fourth and fifth grade classes will be added.
- News 2 Investigation Update: Fire Inspection changes (News 2).
- College to Host Lecture About Conflicts During the Late Bronze Age (CofC).
- Charleston County school leaders scaling back budget requests, likely won’t see new Mount Pleasant magnet school in 2014 (Post & Courier).
- Police arrest suspect in Friday morning gas station robbery (News 2).
- Union still wants to organize Boeing’s North Charleston workers, official says (Post & Courier).
This Week In #CHS Tweets (Charleston Grit).
Palmetto Carriage Works Announces 11th Annual “Locals Ride Free Day”
Press Release On Sunday, January 23rd, Palmetto Carriage Works will host its 11th annual “Locals Ride Free Day” after pausing...