- Meet the 4+/- CofC presidential candidates (Charleston City Paper).
- First CofC presidential finalist talks down merger (ABC News 4).
- Goose Creek residents to decide who will be mayor for first time in 16 years (News 2).
- Town councilman’s removal from meeting turns physical (Live 5 News).
South Carolina: Union jobs aren’t welcome here (USA Today).
Intense plates and cocktail wizardry at Edmund’s Oast dinner (Charleston City Paper).
- It looks like another brewery (Revelry Brewing Co.) is on its way to Charleston (Facebook).
- What it was like being on the other side of the Festival (Angel Postell).
- Raul’s dishes up savory Mexican fare in an unfinished space (Charleston City Paper).
- Lee Lee’s Hot Kitchen Photo Gallery (Charleston Scene).
- Learn About Leon’s Oyster Shop’s Soundtrack (Eater Charleston).
- Urban farming brings more than fresh food back to the city (Charleston City Paper).
- New Restaurant Roundup (Yelp Charleston).
- New app will flag restaurants with bad health inspection scores (Live 5 News).
- Christopher Hanson shows his Widespread Panic rockumentary at the Music Hall (Charleston City Paper).
- Record Expo returning to Monster (Charleston City Paper).
- It’s all about the movies at the Charleston Film Festival (Charleston City Paper).
- Wednesday’s high school results (Post & Courier).
- Clemson accustomed to close games, a good thing entering ACC tournament (Post & Courier).
- Connor Shaw takes time off from training to get engaged, visit Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Citadel spring football practice update: QB Aaron Miller has been ‘dynamic’ (Post & Courier).
- Citadel basketball coach Chuck Driesell still believes he can win with Bulldogs (Post & Courier).
- Adams Run woman arrested after making 3 bomb threats at bank (News 2).
- Charleston police officer to turn himself into authorities (News 2).
- SC deputy cried after shooting 70-year-old man (Post & Courier).
- SC parents charged after children test positive for meth, deputies say (News 2).
- Bond set at $75,000 for suspected bomb threat caller (ABC News 4).
- Rollings Middle School student headed to national spelling bee after triumphing in Spellbound! (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry students don’t remember life without World Wide Web (Live 5 News).
- Gov. Haley thanks House for education budget (ABC News 4).
- Sgt. Jasper’s demise leaves a void in affordable housing in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Obama signs SC federal disaster declaration (News 2).
- U.S. Marshals arrest James Island man accused of raping child (Live 5 News).
- Charleston shelter prepares for homeless population growth (News 2).
- Lowcountry Orphan Relief gears up for awareness month (ABC News 4).
- Infographic: College of Charleston Bike Share Program (CofC).
Charleston Reacts to New Concealed Weapons Laws (Cistern Yard).
- Berkeley County School District decides on make up days (News 2).
- New transportation plan pumps millions into Charleston-area road projects (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County awarded more money for road widening projects (ABC News 4).
- No easy solutions when nightclubs become a problem for police (News 2)
- Rack Room Shoes opens in the Corner at Wescott (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant votes to make changes to overlay district ordinances (News 2).
- Former Charleston County worker gets probation after pleading guilty to stealing money (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston faculty assigns reading that will enlighten, challenge (Post & Courier).
- Independent port opens in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Veterans could get in-state tuition more easily (Post & Courier).
- Serving the Community — Wyatt Tackett, Dorchester County EMS (Summerville Journal Scene).
- Charleston’s next top Cougar (Charleston City Paper).
- Blotter: Br’er Robber and the briar patch (Charleston City Paper).
- Hundreds feel loss from James Island house fire; community rallies for Charleston Youth Company (Post & Courier).
- Anti-abortion efforts get hearings in S.C. Senate (Post & Courier).
- SC governments can’t profit from credit fee (ABC News 4).
- After evidence rule violation, judge decides against third mistrial in North Charleston double homicide (Post & Courier).
- Charleston man arrested on drug charge (ABC News 4).
- Bulk liquid marine terminal opens in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
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