- Jury returns: Moore guilty on all counts, Latham guilty on one (ABC News 4).
- Charleston City Council approves bike-pedestrian lane over Ashley River (ABC News 4).
- Please Pass The Charcuterie (Yelp Charleston).
- Reality show makeover might leave locals confused (Charleston City Paper).
- The Granary satisfies Mt. P’s need for modern fare (Charleston City Paper).
- Kiawah Island Golf Resort Adds Monthly Beverage Dinners (Post & Courier).
- Westbrook Brewing Company’s Gose was included in a bon appétit article on “funky ales.”
- 82 Queen Celebrates 32 Years in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- MUSC Researchers Uncover New Seafood Concern (Post & Courier).
- Chef Sean Brock went hunting with some other folks and Garden & Gun went along for the ride.
- T-Rav talks Southern Charm and his future in politics (Charleston City Paper).
The Unofficial Southern Charm Drinking Game (Charleston City Paper).
- Alleging misconduct, defense attorneys call for investigation of Solicitor Scarlett Wilson’s office (Post & Courier).
- Gov. Haley, military work to get vets jobs (Live 5 News).
New S.C. poll: Likely GOP voters like Lindsey, really don’t like Muslims, are OK with Jews (Charleston City Paper).
- Compromise that keeps Common Core in SC advances (ABC News 4).
- Bigotry alive and well in the SCGOP (Charleston City Paper).
- Haley fundraiser rekindles 2011 Georgia port controversy, Democrats say (Post & Courier).
- The CofC-MUSC merger is one ‘remake’ no one asked for (Charleston City Paper).
- The CofC-MUSC merger is a master class in realpolitik (Charleston City Paper).
- Stegelin: Political playtime at College of Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Music Scene: The Mavericks, Unknown Hinson, Thomas Wynn and The Believers (Charleston Scene).
- G. Love was interviewed at Monster Music & Movies today for CNN’s Road Warriors. (Facebook)
- Mayor Riley talks West Ashley development (Live 5 News).
- Citadel professor travels to Antarctica to study penguins (ABC News 4).
- Solicitor explains lack of information in Heather Elvis case (Live 5 News).
- Charleston police asking help finding Mount Pleasant suspect (Post & Courier).
Freedom to Marry launches $1 million campaign across South (The Digitel).
- Missing Virginia woman found in truck of car in Orangeburg County (ABC News 4).
- Charleston wants more safety at deadly intersection (Post & Courier).
- Purdy, the longtime resident cat of Blue Bicycle Books, passed away (Facebook).
- Gun, knife confiscated from 2 Beech Hill Elementary students (Live 5 News).
- Angel Oak purchase gets final approval (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County couple arrested on meth charges (Post & Courier).
Lunar eclipse Lowcountry bound this April (The Digitel).
- Charleston Travel Guide (Lilly Pulitzer).
- Athlete of the Week: CofC’s Willis Hall (ABC News 4).
- Ports Authority to maintain air quality at Union Pier Terminal (Live 5 News).
- Special Report: The business of attracting business (ABC News 4).
- Senate approves letting districts excuse snow days (Live 5 News).
- Man accused in beating death found guilty of murder (ABC News 4).
- Your motion photos (Post & Courier).
- Orangeburg man arrested in Charlotte on 2005 warrant (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: The case of the doppelganger dealer (Charleston City Paper).
- Actress talks at USC on beauty, eating disorders (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina’s favorite band is who? (The Digitel).
- Beaufort Co. Sheriff’s Office investigating series of car break-ins (Live 5 News).
- Indoor trampoline park to hire 100 new workers (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley School board votes to hire former judge for legal advice (News 2).
The Charleston Place Announces 2023 Valentine’s Day Offerings
The Charleston Place today announced its 2023 Valentine’s Day programming. From a Galentine’s Sip and Shop in the courtyard to...