- 3rd arrest made in Jan. 1 murders (ABC News 4).
- Couple convicted in murder-for-hire plot set to be sentenced in June (Live 5 News).
- Proposal for Bars/Restaurants to Halt Booze Early (Eater Charleston).
- South Carolina lawmakers: Craft beer bill compromise reached (Post & Courier).
- Leon’s Menu Makes an Online Appearance (Eater Charleston).
- A Helping of Gravy: Sean Brock’s Favorite Ingredients (Southern Foodways Alliance).
- Ruth’s Chris Steak House to open in hotel near Charleston City Market (Post & Courier).
- R. Kitchen is Open for Business (Eater Charleston).
Spamalot is satisfyingly nonsensical (Charleston City Paper).
- Review of Tyler Boone’s Familiar Faces (South Carolina Music Guide).
City of Charleston’s Northbridge Park now open (Post & Courier).
Mayor Riley, Chief Mullen want to close bars, restaurants at midnight (Charleston City Paper).
- A lot on line for College of Charleston as Legislature winds down (Post & Courier).
- Prosecutor wants some Harrell documents sealed (ABC News 4).
- Graham could win nomination without runoff, new poll suggests (Post & Courier).
- Senate leader wants to expedite University of Charleston bill (Charleston City Paper).
- GOP candidates for schools chief to debate on ETV (ABC News 4).
- Faces of S.C. GOP not ‘one-dimensional’ (The State).
- Gov. Haley signs State Fossil Bill (Live 5 News).
- Wade scores twice as Drew, Drive win opener (Post & Courier).
- Charleston baseball hall of fame releases 2014 candidates (ABC News 4).
Taylor Clarke to start against Florida in Gainesville Regional (Post & Courier).
- Local teen remembered: Friends gather to launch written memories (News 2).
- Members of Myrtle Beach community call for end to Bike Fest (WBTW).
- Charleston getting new park on Ashley River (ABC News 4).
Warning signs designed to make deadly Crosstown intersection safer (Post & Courier).
- Drivers, cyclists give new IOP Connector a thumbs up (ABC News 4).
- VA working with MUSC on stroke study (ABC News 4).
- Crews respond to structure fire on Otranto Road (News 2).
- Bravo issues recall for raw pet food sold in Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- N. Charleston man accused of three armed robberies throughout the Lowcountry (Live 5 News).
- Suspect in Summerville homicide arrested by Marshals in Charlotte (ABC News 4).
- DD2 asks for feedback on bell schedule in online survey (ABC News 4).
- Five arrested for manufacture of meth in Ladson (News 2).
- Berkeley man accused in child sex assault case (ABC News 4).
- Highway Patrol investigating fatal crash in Dorchester County (ABC News 4).
Palmetto Carriage Works Announces 11th Annual “Locals Ride Free Day”
Press Release On Sunday, January 23rd, Palmetto Carriage Works will host its 11th annual “Locals Ride Free Day” after pausing...