- Local businessman announces bid to be Charleston’s next Mayor (News 2).
- 2 teens wounded in North Charleston shooting (ABC News 4).
- Man dead after tree tears through roof of home (ABC News 4).
- Hanahan teenager risks her life to help 72-year-old killed by fallen tree (Live 5 News).
- Easter Sunday takes on an additional meaning for Mt. Pleasant church (News 2).
- Arson-damaged mahogany door transformed into cross (Post & Courier).
- Easter Eggstravaganza Photo Gallery (Charleston Scene).
- Easter Photo Gallery (News 2).
- Best of Charleston Cheap Eats: Lunch Edition (Wine Awesomeness).
- “Affogato Afternoon” returns to Black Tap Coffee this Friday from 2 pm – 4 pm (Twitter).
- Vegans gone viral: Young local couple turn heads with transformation (Post & Courier).
- The episode of “Illegal Eater” filmed in Charleston will air on the Esquire network tomorrow at 10 pm (Facebook).
- Blend Juice Bar Open in Mt. Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Roadside Seafood Settles Into Permanent Digs on Folly Road (Post & Courier).
- Charleston woman gets second chance to finish Boston Marathon (Live 5 News).
- Local runners head to Boston for historic 118th marathon (Post & Courier).
- Heritage over, course clubhouse being replaced (ABC News 4).
New county skatepark delayed until early 2015 (Charleston City Paper).
- Runners race for Riverdogs ‘Run Forrest Run 5K’ (ABC News 4).
Men’s and Women’s Tennis finish runners-up in CAA Tournaments (Cistern Yard).
- That’s how the real Thomas Ravenel rolls (The State).
- When Bravo Came to Charleston (NY Times).
- ‘Southern Charm’ Star and Former Party Girl Kathryn Dennis Talks About Being A New Mom, Says She Doesn’t Miss Her Old Lifestyle (Fashion & Style).
- MUSC claims responsibility for oil leak into Charleston Harbor (ABC News 4).
- Charleston’s African American museum: Will it be built? (Post & Courier).
- Charleston-based Silicon Harbor Magazine recently launched.
- CARTA plans new train, bus hub at historic Liberty Hill (Post & Courier).
- Hundreds show up for funeral of rescue squad founder (ABC News 4).
- Charleston RECESS Pool Party (Post & Courier).
- Coast Guard responds to reports of pollution (News 2).
- Remaining charges dismissed against Latham in murder-for-hire case (Post & Courier).
- 4/20: marijuana legalization advocates quiet in the Lowcountry (News 2).
- New SC law deletes high school exit exam mandate (ABC News 4).
- Summerville non-profit fighting cancer with fun (Live 5 News).
- Saint John Catholic School and Church to hold anniversary fundraiser (Post & Courier).
- Oral history helps recover past at SC plantation (News 2).
- College of Charleston president wants to keep campus streets one-way (Post & Courier).
- BCSO: Domestic violence case turns into attempted murder charge (ABC News 4).
- Weekday lane closures set for Johnnie Dodds Blvd. (Live 5 News).
- After shooting, state parole officials defend legality of how North Charleston man was released (Post & Courier).
- Woman identified in deadly Easter morning Garden City fire (News 2).
- Chemicals treated under ’emergency’ permit locked up in safe location at Solvay plant, officials say (Post & Courier).
- Father faces homicide charge after North Charleston police say he slammed toddler to floor (Post & Courier).
- Nexton Elementary School to break ground Monday (Live 5 News).
- Old St. Andrew’s Church survives disease, fire, war and decay to rise again in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Police find missing elderly man on Rivers Avenue (ABC News 4).
- MUSC opens new children’s hospital in Summerville (Live 5 News).
- School of the Arts club hosts fundraiser for Haitian school (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley deputies say missing woman found (ABC News 4).
- Coroner: Baby, 17 months, killed in child abuse incident (ABC News 4).
Help name Charleston County’s official recycling mascot (Charleston City Paper).
New North Charleston Community Center opens (Live 5 News).
Gas prices at highest level since last August (ABC News 4).
- Police: Newborn found alive in trash can, mother charged (Live 5 News).
- Law firm opens in downtown Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- For McLeod’s friends, a big day arrives (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley school officials break ground on new elementary school (ABC News 4).
CofC Waste Audit a Major Wake Up Call (Cistern Yard).
Gibbes Museum of Art Announces Inaugural Week-long Visual Arts Festival
The Gibbes Museum of Art has announced a new annual festival of visual art, Art Charleston, which will take place...