- Charleston seeks UN World Heritage designation (Live 5 News).
- New tip breathes new life into 25-year-old case of murdered Moncks Corner boy (Post & Courier).
- Charleston civil rights hero stood against the entire South (Post & Courier).
- Gaboon Viper still thought to be on the loose (ABC News 4).
- Eat Local Challenge – I’m Game! (James Island Messenger).
- That’s a Lot of Veuve: Inside Brasserie Gigi (Eater Charleston).
- RiverDogs’ Smoker Program Takes Shape (Post & Courier).
- Profile of Jill Mathias from Chez Nous (Art Mag).
- Chef Craig Deihl’s Artisan Meat Share is scheduled to open this summer (Eater Charleston).
- Wine + Food Festival’s Economic Impact Is “Essentially Flat” (Post & Courier).
- Smoke on the Lodge Keeps Food on Crowded Weekend Menu (Post & Courier).
- Retail strip near College of Charleston fetches $12 million (Post & Courier).
- Butcher & Bee has a “retail project in the works at 652 King St.”
- Mia Pomodori closed last week.
Going Ham Over The Wienermobile (Charleston Grit).
- Napier leads UConn past Kentucky in NCAA men’s basketball title game (Live 5 News).
- Complete Cooper River Bridge Run results, photos and more (Post & Courier).
- Birhan Nebebew wins (Live 5 News).
- Germany’s Petkovic wins Family Circle Cup (ABC News 4).
- Family Circle Cup Championship Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- She said yes! Man proposes after Cooper River Bridge Run (Live 5 News).
- Riverdogs home opener rained out (ABC News 4).
- CofC Baseball To Unveil Brett Gardner Tribute (CofC).
- Why they run: 40,000 people can’t be wrong (ABC News 4).
- Cougars Track & Field Team Impresses, Breaks Records at Florida Relays (CofC).
- Clapton and Johnson headed to Stingrays Hall of Fame (News 2).
- CofC Equestrian Qualifies for IHSA Nationals (CofC).
- April Fishing Report (Folly Beach).
- Goose Creek mayoral candidates differ on development (ABC News 4).
- Key Senate leader says University of Charleston plan unlikely to pass this year (Post & Courier).
- County budget cut looms for 5th year in a row (ABC News 4).
Sheri Few: Campaign messages via nonprofit’s Twitter account ‘an innocent mistake’ (Charleston City Paper).
- City holds first public meeting for updating tourism management plan (ABC News 4).
- SC Gov Haley to make fall trade trip to India (ABC News 4).
- PURE Theatre’s Other Desert Cities an ensemble force (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston International Film Festival will draw global talent, South Carolina premiere of ‘Draft Day’ (Post & Courier).
King Dusko to host musician portrait exhibition during Spoleto (Charleston City Paper).
- Freeloaders: You Are Our Sunshine (Charleston City Paper).
- Storm debris cleanup crew member dead after being hit by vehicle on I-26 (Live 5 News).
- Newberry County manhunt suspects to appear at hearing Monday afternoon (The State).
- Charleston Autism Academy services expand into Mount Pleasant facility (News 2).
- Local Shrimper fixes boat after it partially sank last month (ABC News 4).
- Many returning military vets bound for college (Post & Courier).
- Goose Creek Police need help identifying suspect for using stolen credit card (News 2).
- Speed, alcohol, cellphone possible factors in Johns Island crash that killed woman, 20 (Post & Courier).
- Dash cam video released of stolen Georgetown patrol car chase (News 2).
- City asks residents to help update tourism management plan (ABC News 4).
- Public restrooms near White Point Garden in downtown Charleston should be a part of the tourism plan, residents say (Post & Courier).
- Aerial mosquito spraying scheduled for Charleston Co. (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston man accused of stabbing teen in the back, police said (Post & Courier).
- East Bay at Calhoun to close tonight for water main repair (Live 5 News).
- These #$@%ing snakes on #$@%ing Twitter: missing viper has multiple Twitter accounts (Post & Courier).
- Wind energy topic of forum in Charleston (Live 5 News).
- McConnell’s salary still undecided as protests continue at CofC (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Dimension U competition takes students on math-based mission (ABC News 4).
- Verizon to host local job fair April 7-8 (News 2).
- Beaufort County text ban usually brings warnings (Live 5 News).
- 2 Charleston Co. deputies receive national DUI enforcement award (Live 5 News).
- MWV to sell some East Edisto land (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- No vote on St. Andrews car crash fee, pushed back until May (Live 5 News).
- SC gas prices up 5 cents over last week (ABC News 4).
- Southern Season names president, COO (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Man wanted in April 2 murder surrenders to police (ABC News 4).
- Cops: SC man set fire to kill arriving officers (ABC News 4).
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