- Woman, daughters describe terror after Folly Beach man’s arrest in murder-for-hire plot (Post & Courier).
- CofC, former professor named in sex assault lawsuit by student (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina graded “F” for ethics laws as debate rages on (News 2).
- Lunar eclipse Lowcountry bound tonight (The Digitel).
- Bay Street Biergarten mentioned in USA Today (USA Today).
- Treat Joan to lunch at High Cotton (Charleston City Paper).
- The Starbucks on East Bay Street is hosting a marsh clean-up on Thursday (Starbucks).
- Lawmakers Look to Combat Seafood Fraud (ABC News).
- Details Still Slim at Union Provisions (Eater Charleston).
- Late comeback halted on Seersucker Sunday (ABC News 4).
- Local runner remembers last year’s Boston Marathon bombings (News 2).
- Clemson dismisses QB Kelly after sideline argument (ABC News 4).
- Anon. NFL Exec Calls Clowney Lazy, Spoiled (WLTX).
- Columbia’s A’ja Wilson, nation’s No. 1 women’s basketball recruit, narrows choices to USC, UNC, UConn, Tennessee (Post & Courier).
- S.C. House passes 1 percent sales tax for Charleston County schools (Post & Courier).
- Liberty Rally on Customhouse steps in Charleston decries “big government” (Post & Courier).
- Rick Santorum makes political stops in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Superintendent candidate thinks theater piece is lesbian recruitment seminar (Charleston City Paper).
- Haley signs Emma’s Law (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County mulls change in political sign enforcement (Post & Courier).
- Court date set for Sanford divorce dispute (Post & Courier).
- Report: 3 busted with drugs in N. Charleston hotel (Live 5 News).
Patriots Point named DoD partner (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Citadel Recognition Day Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Officials hope to put end to ‘profound crisis’ in corrections bureau (Post & Courier).
- After nearly a decade, court order puts focus on troubled inmates (Post & Courier).
- Deputies say deadly shooting of 7-year-old was accidental (Live 5 News).
- Interstate 526 completion facing more roadblocks (Post & Courier).
- Largest venomous rattlesnakes in N. America tracked in Francis Marion (Live 5 News).
- Christian-based movie filming in the Lowcountry (Berkeley Observer).
- YesCarolina a movement of entrepreneurship in area schools (ABC News 4).
Join the Movement Mondays to Benefit Darkness to Light (Out To Eat With Kids).
- Criminal records leave mentally ill struggling to succeed (Post & Courier).
Ga. firm plans residential development for Mixson (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Girl’s USC rejection letter turns out to be prom proposal (Live 5 News).
- The Steel Rollers are changing their name to Hobos at Large (Facebook).
- DHEC wants public’s help tracking West Nile in SC (Live 5 News).
- 40 Ways You Know You’re From South Carolina (Thought Catalog).
- Lowcountry high schoolers face off against ‘hackers’ at cyber competition (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County sheriff’s deputies arrest woman accused of stabbing boyfriend during argument (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston firefighters called when Psycho won’t come down from tree (Post & Courier).
- Student tops geography bee for fourth straight year (Live 5 News).
- Former Berkeley County deputy charged with illegally selling guns (ABC News 4).
- 1,700 local kids in need get swimming lessons from Lowcountry Aquatic Project Swimming (Post & Courier).
- Animal rights group accuses Yemassee monkey lab of inhumane conditions (Live 5 News).
- Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office looking for missing woman (News 2).
- Man arrested for defecating in lobby of downtown Charleston hotel (ABC News 4).
- Man wanted for assaulting daughter surrenders to investigators (Live 5 News).
- Victims of crime come together in North Charleston (News 2).
- Live 5 Most Wanted fugitive behind bars after more than three years on the run (Live 5 News).
- Young girl’s quick action saves drowning bird on Sullivan’s (ABC News 4).
- CARTA wraps up new revenue with big bus ads (Post & Courier).
- Fight over marijuana leads to fatal stabbing (ABC News 4).
- Dept. of Education pulls out of Smarter Balanced testing on Common Core standards (Post & Courier).
- Archer’s Pam loves hanging out with Myrtle Beach ‘Rebels’ (The Digitel).
- 3 men wanted on a series of Orangeburg burglaries (ABC News 4).
Spoleto Announces Full 2023 Program
Spoleto Festival USA today announced programming for the 47th season of America’s premier performing arts festival, taking place from May...