SC offices close Friday for Confederate Memorial Day (The State).
- Homicide investigation underway in Charleston (News 2).
- Deputies: Cross teacher arrested for 3 counts of sexual battery of a student (News 2).
- South Carolina ranks in bottom 5 in U.S. for working moms (Carolina Live).
- Dabo comments on Watkins being selected by Bills (News 2).
- Two Morning TV Appearances for Charlestonians (Post & Courier).
- Xiao Bao Sous Chef Migrating; New Concept Coming? (Eater Charleston).
Palace Hotel, haute dog heaven on the East Side (Charleston City Paper).
- Benne Oil Admitted to Ark of Taste (Post & Courier).
- Riesling & Co. Road Trip Hosts Event in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- From Small Herb Plot to Table (Post & Courier).
Another French restaurant for Mt. P (Charleston City Paper).
- Working Menu and Photos at R. Kitchen (Eater Charleston).
- Sheheen: People deserve to see full hacking report (ABC News 4).
- The undercover senator: Tim Scott goes anecdote-shopping in South Carolina (Washington Post).
- Leatherman: Panel is SC State’s best hope (ABC News 4).
- Hub City calls for writers across the nation to fight back against the S.C. legislature (Charleston City Paper).
- A Mysterious Republican Committee in the Virgin Islands (New York Times).
- House advances bill affirming ’12 vote on Lt. Gov. (ABC News 4).
- House Speaker Bobby Harrell clarifies Lowcountry comments from WTMA radio interview (Post & Courier).
- Ethics reform in SC faces difficult future as disagreements intensify (SC Radio Network).
- Close friend discovers signs of a struggle at missing woman’s home (Live 5 News).
- It’s time to Celebrate Mom this weekend in 5 Around Town (Live 5 News).
- Mom-to-be, 20, battles statistics, prepares for unplanned birth of baby boy (ABC News 4).
- Gas leak secured in downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Disabled vets learn to sail (ABC News 4).
- College of Charleston to graduate first South Carolina BA recipients in Archaeology (CofC).
- Free admission to Magnolia Plantation for National Gardens Day (ABC News 4).
- Summerville’s Kelley named 2014 District Teacher of the Year (News 2).
- Former charter school director indicted for stealing gov’t funds (Live 5 News).
- SC joins 25 states working to protect kids caught up in drug raids (ABC News 4).
- 13-month-old left alone in a car for several hours dies (Live 5 News).
- 2 Your Health Web based stroke outreach centers (News 2).
Review: 1963 brings the Civil Rights Movement to life (Charleston City Paper).
- Feeding Children Everywhere aims to feed kids during summer months (ABC News 4).
- Best Friend of Charleston museum being dedicated (ABC News 4).
- Thigh gap: fad or cause for concern? (ABC News 4).
City of Charleston, Charleston Redevelopment Corporation to Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Affordable Housing
Charleston Mayor John J. Tecklenburg, Charleston City Councilmember Robert M. Mitchell, and Charleston Redevelopment Corporation Chairman Eli Poliakoff will take...