- College of Charleston students have “no confidence” in Board of Trustees (Post & Courier).
- DOT: There are options for ice issues on Ravenel Bridge (ABC News 4).
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- Upstate deputies say man hit girlfriend with anger management book (Post & Courier).
- Days after EMS unit used for wedding, Berkeley County EMS director resigns (Post & Courier).
- Tony Page, co-owner of Page’s Okra Grill, (and Mt. Pleasant Mayor Linda Page’s brother) has passed away.
- Dining Out in Charleston (Huffington Post).
- Anson Restaurant Predicts Summer Reopening (Eater Charleston).
- Sheheen, Haley filing to be on ballot for governor (ABC News 4).
- McConnell deserves support (Post & Courier).
- Top 10 Absurd Quotes by Lindsey Graham (FreedomWorks).
- Bill could require students in SC to learn cursive by fifth grade (Carolina Live).
- Woman to address State House on Crosstown overpass proposal (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina survives the cold, hold off College of Charleston in late innings (Post & Courier).
- Tuesday’s high school results (Post & Courier).
- Start Spreadin’ The News: Clemson outlasts Belmont in a 73-68 thriller, heads to NIT semis in New York City (Post & Courier).
Steve Madden Surprises Audience at Charleston Fashion Week Day Three (Charleston City Paper).
- Case against Berkeley County man with 200 dead dogs behind house getting national attention (Post & Courier).
- Unclaimed $100,000 lottery ticket sold in Summerville (Post & Courier).
- ‘Southern Charm’: The one where T-Rav might be a daddy (Post & Courier).
- Treatment for mom accused of driving kids in ocean (ABC News 4).
- Ashley Ridge teacher receives stitches after being assaulted by student, officials say (Post & Courier).
- CofC board seeks approval to offer doctorates (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Freeze watch, warning issued tonight for Lowcountry (Live 5 News).
- SC House Committee passes “Emma’s Law” to reduce DUIs (News 2).
- Cadaver dogs assisting investigation of body found in Summerville (Live 5 News).
- Police, church partner to change West Ashley neighborhood (ABC News 4).
- Her conviction and his desperate need joins 2 at Joint Base Charleston (News 2).
SUSTO, the Lovely Few to release new albums April 1 (Charleston City Paper).
- Citadel Mall signs on another 2 tenants (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Panel advances bill that orders study at deadly Charleston intersection (Post & Courier).
- Trident Technical College is accepting registrations for the Kids’ College 2014 Summer Camps (Trident).
- SC senators to debate allowing card, dice games (ABC News 4).
- A Catalyst in the Chamber (Lowcountry High Tech).
- Multi-million dollar jail wing still empty after years of completion (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Chamber creates space for entrepreneurs (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Tanger Outlets contributes $50,000 to North Area Shuttle (Post & Courier).
- Saving Our Children: The Obesity Epidemic (ABC News 4).
- Landing gear an issue in crashed Hartsville plane (ABC News 4).
- Treasurer Loftis to present Wando student with $1,800 scholarship (Live 5 News).
- Hardesty threatens to file complaint against Berkeley board (Post & Courier).
- Chemical manufacturer looks to bring 700 jobs to Bushy Park (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Six months later: Front Street fire site to be cleaned (ABC News 4).
- Israeli firm opens clinical development center at Roper St. Francis (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- One year later, Durham bus drivers say fleet is still in poor condition (ABC News 4).
- Dr. H. Hugh Fudenberg, former professor of immunology with MUSC, dies at 85 (Post & Courier).
Local Organizations Partnering for Overdose Awareness Day Event on August 31st
The Charleston County Department of Alcohol and other Drug Abuse Services (DAODAS or the Charleston Center) is partnering with the...