- Police arrest suspect in West Ashley shooting (News 2).
- Charleston police officer given Medal of Valor (ABC News 4).
- Spartanburg Pastor Arrested For Sex Crime (News 2).
- City Council takes up Ashley bike crossing, on-shore power tonight (Charleston City Paper).
- Special Olympics volunteer sentenced to 15 years for sex with underage athlete (ABC News 4).
- Win Tickets to Pet Helpers Oyster Roast (Charleston City Paper).
- Tracking Celebrity Alton Brown’s CHS Choices (Eater Charleston).
- Gaze Upon the The Park Café and Its Plant Wall (Eater Charleston).
- My Take on Butcher & Bee’s Sesame Kale Slaw (Hot Mess).
- Owners of Charleston burger joint featured on TODAY Show (Post & Courier).
- Southern Beer, Made for Mealtime (Post & Courier).
- Holy City Hospitality Snubs OpenTable (Post & Courier).
Stone Brewing highlighted at Opal’s first beer dinner (Charleston City Paper).
- Is it time for the Krispy Kreme doughnut school fundraiser to end? (Post & Courier).
- Post Brewvival Top 10 and Pics (Charleston Craft Beer).
- Freeloaders: February Follies (Charleston City Paper).
- Details of the Halsey’s 30th anniversary show emerge (Charleston City Paper).
- PHOTOS: Iron & Wine was witty, vulnerable, and graceful at his Charleston Music Hall show (Charleston City Paper).
- Sun Shines on 7th Annual Folly Gras (FollyBeach.com).
- LILA hopes to help aspiring writers (Charleston City Paper).
- College of Charleston’s ambitious Lughnasa harvests gold (Charleston City Paper).
New Columbia lit journal Fall Lines accepting submissions (Charleston City Paper).
- College of Charleston Baseball is ranked 18th in ESPN’s Power Rankings (ESPN).
- Niners RB Lattimore ready to run (News 2).
- Latta native Raymond Felton arrested on gun charges in N.Y. (News 2).
- Citadel quarterback Aaron Miller ready for his turn as the starter (Post & Courier).
- Time to start doing those push-ups – third annual Push-Up & Up Challenge set for May 17 (Post & Courier).
- The Citadel Announces Kickoff Times for 2014 Home Schedule (Citadel Sports).
- The Citadel ends 17-game slide, tops Samford 81-71 (News 2).
- Connor Shaw, Tajh Boyd face tall order as short quarterbacks (Post & Courier).
- Doctor, lawmaker discuss proposed Medical Cannabis Therapeutic Treatment Research Act at MUSC (Post & Courier).
- Storing Your Surveillance: SC Keeps Millions Of Records For Years (WSPA).
- Pentagon calls for reductions that could deeply affect Charleston, Columbia (Post & Courier).
- Club for Growth releases congressional scorecard (The State).
- School administrators chief is 10th candidate for top SC education job (The Island Packet).
- Voters look to break tie in Lincolnville mayoral race (Live 5 News).
- S.C. panel recommends statewide no texting while driving measure (Post & Courier).
- Hundreds gather at Heather Elvis Vigil in Socastee (News 2).
- Website ranks Myrtle Beach 17th ‘Most Dangerous US City’ (WMBF).
- Final witnesses take stand in Latham-Moore murder-for-hire trial (ABC News 4).
- Memorial scheduled for camera assistant who died in train incident (Live 5 News).
- Photos released of suspect in W. Ashley bank robbery (Live 5 News).
- Children in poverty continues to grow in tri-county, South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- International African American Museum takes shape (ABC News 4).
- TSA opens Pre-Check center at Charleston airport (ABC News 4).
- College of Charleston’s “Yes! I’m a feminist” event draws a diverse crowd (Post & Courier).
- Before I-26 or U.S. 52, the Dixie Highway ruled (Post & Courier).
- Goodwill partners to offer free tax filing services (ABC News 4).
- School of Law sale awaits license from state agency (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Summerville to create master plan based on community input (Live 5 News).
- $126K needed to repair MLK pool in downtown Charleston (ABC News 4).
- MUSC successfully tests sleeping device (News 2).
- Lowcountry schools set 2014-15 calendars (Post & Courier).
- Students develop smartphone apps at Camp Blackbaud (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Measure would shorten separation for SC divorce (ABC News 4).
- MUSC moving forward with hospital plans (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- More questions raised about Ravenel Bridge maintenance (News 2).
- Blotter: Drinkers without Bordeaux (Charleston City Paper).
- Bill banning abortion at 20 weeks heads to House (ABC News 4).
- Report: Woman asking for help at grocery store, steals customer’s wallet (Live 5 News).
- New Ingleside Development coming to North Charleston (News 2).
- Shoreside power advocates support resolution (ABC News 4).
- Federal Capital acquires North Charleston residential community (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Kaman Engineering Services establishes new office in North Charleston (News 2).
- Suspect sought for truck stop armed robbery in Williamsburg County (Live 5 News).
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