- Lowcountry’s economic outlook for 2014 looks modest (ABC News 4).
- Investigators: Georgetown missing teen found safe; investigation continuing (Live 5 News).
- Mother who drove into ocean of Fla. hospitalized (ABC News 4).
Ukraine crisis hits close to home for Lowcountry man (Live 5 News).
- Classmates, family offer insight on Tammy and Sidney Moorer (Live 5 News).
- CofC president candidates to visit campus next week (ABC News 4).
- Election Day liquor ban should be repealed, House panel says (Post & Courier).
- DISH Dining Guide (Charleston City Paper).
- Artisan market just one part of Charleston Wine & Food Festival (ABC News 4).
- The Charleston Brown Water Society gets evangelical about bourbon (Charleston City Paper).
- Beer and food pair better than love and marriage (Charleston City Paper).
- Patriots Point teams up with Sticky Fingers (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
Going to a Perfectly Paired Dinner? Here’s a Tip on Tipping (Charleston City Paper).
- Discounted Early Bird tickets for the Charleston Beer Garden are still available (CHS Beer Garden).
- An unofficial fringe fest crops up on the edges of the Charleston Wine + Food Festival (Charleston City Paper).
- Updating the Charleston Heatmap, March 2014 (Eater Charleston).
- Familiar face appears in modeling reality TV show (Post & Courier).
- Fashion: Rite of Spring (Charleston Mag).
For the first time in nearly two decades, the Charleston RiverDogs will have a new home for their radio broadcasts. WTMA 1250 AM will now be the organization’s flagship station.
- Clemson opens spring practice (News 2).
- Sapakoff: Andrew Glover leads Wando basketball team, builds a new ‘Chop House’ (Post & Courier).
- Wando’s title run also a milestone for man behind the microphone (ABC News 4).
- Weather forces change in Citadel vs College of Charleston series (News 2).
- Turkey Day Run & Gobble Wobble 5K Design Contest (InTown).
- South Carolina’s Martin suspended 1 game (ABC News 4).
- Willis Hall leaves mark on Cougars program (Post & Courier).
- Bulldog Track and Field Set to Co-Host Palmetto Classic to Kick Off Outdoor Season (The Citadel).
- Citadel basketball ‘peaking’ in time for SoCon Tournament (Post & Courier).
- QB Boyd, WR Watkins headline Clemson’s pro day (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina notes: Gamecocks open spring practices indoors amid rain, frigid temperatures (Post & Courier).
- SC bill would repeal ‘stand your ground’ law (ABC News 4).
- Deputies: Former student charged in murder of Berea Middle School teacher (Live 5 News).
- Oregon man receives fax with personal data of patients at Roper Hospital (News 2).
- JetBlue to add 2 flights daily from Charleston to Washington (Post & Courier).
- U.S. House passes flood insurance bill (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- SLED, FBI investigation reveals problems with CPD’s leaders, police charity (The State).
- Family: Deputies beat mentally handicapped man (News 2).
- Lawmaker: Chancellor would oversee merged universities (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Schweers thanked for brave role in attempted Ashley Hall shooting (Post & Courier).
- Deputies: Fort Mill mom held man at gunpoint after he had sex with her teen daughter (Live 5 News).
- Southern Charm: It’s not a show, it’s an intervention (Charleston City Paper).
- President’s budget set to fund study to deepen Charleston Harbor (Live 5 News).
- Armed robbery reported at N. Charleston hotel (Live 5 News).
- Seabrook Island Garden Club Discovers A Love For Orchids (The Island Connection).
- 5 South Carolina authors you wish you’d heard of (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Gets Crafty (Yelp Charleston).
- Clemson to host international energy conference in Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Suspect tries to run over Florence Deputy, two people shot, report says (News 2).
- Quintin Middleton defines the cutting edge (Charleston City Paper).
- Boeing freezing nonunion workers’ pensions in 2016 (ABC News 4).
- Coroner: Gaffney woman dies trying to save daughter from blaze (Live 5 News).
- Lauren Oliver’sPanic looks at the root of fear (Charleston City Paper).
- North Charleston man arrested on drug charges in NC (ABC News 4).
- Exercise balls help third-graders stay focused (Post & Courier).
- The Gibbes traces the influence of Japanese ukiyo-e on Charleston Renaissance artists (Charleston City Paper).
- Mt. P teen received presidential award for volunteer work (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County to roll out “All-In-One” recycling countywide by early June (Post & Courier).
- Grizfolk pilots Mr. Peabody’s WABAC Machine into the future (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston police K9 Winslow dead at 8 (ABC News 4).
- Coroner’s office identifies three killed in I-95 accident in Orangeburg Co. (Live 5 News).
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