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).
Pay It Forward and Heritage Radio Network to Co-host Dinner Event at High Wire Distilling on September 9th
On Friday, September 9th, Pay It Forward Charleston and Heritage Radio Network (Brooklyn, NY) will kick off the “Brighter Days...