- Report: Woman fatally stabbed following altercation with 10 year old at James Island home (Live 5 News).
- Democrat McGill is SC’s new lieutenant governor (ABC News 4).
- Charleston 9 honored at annual memorial ceremony (ABC News 4).
- 7 years later: ‘I don’t think it gets easier’ (ABC News 4).
- The City of Charleston embraces cruise ships, shuns new bars (Charleston City Paper).
- Proposed ordinance may force Charleston Beer Works to leave King Street (ABC News 4).
- Indaco will soon offer happy hour deals to patrons from 5 pm to 7 pm (Eater Charleston).
- Big changes coming to South Carolina breweries (Live 5 News).
- Bellying up to a Brazilian buffet for World Cup action (Post & Courier).
- The Asian focused Aya Cookhouse rises above the shopping-mall stigma (Charleston City Paper).
- Piggly Wiggly to sell goods at Jedburg warehouse at steep discount (Post & Courier).
- The Lot’s Alex Lira takes backyard kebabs to new extremes (Charleston City Paper).
- Circa 1886 Brings Back Sizzling Summer Celebration (HCS).
- A’more Meatballs Please (Yelp Charleston).
- German Riesling is summer’s all-day drink (Charleston City Paper).
- You can literally bounce off the walls at Sky Zone (Charleston City Paper).
- Summerville High grad takes 2nd place on ‘Jeopardy!’ (Post & Courier).
- Newly launched theFIX.fm brings local music, live DJs to the decks (Charleston City Paper).
- Bassist Leaving Sol Driven Train (HCS).
- For David Wax Museum vocalist and fiddler Suz Slezak, making music has always been the backup plan (Charleston City Paper).
- Blow off summer steam with indoor go-karts and lazer tag at Charleston Rush (Charleston City Paper).
- A stay-at-home mom takes to the waves (Charleston City Paper).
- This is the true story of an acrophobic sent to master a high ropes course (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina Republicans have a strategery problem (Post & Courier).
- S.C. Gov OK’s Measure Penalizing Schools for LGBT Curricula (The Advocate).
- North, South tie in SAL All-Star Game (Post & Courier).
- Falcons’ Roddy White still mourning loss of brother killed in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Zombies in the Outfield this Friday at The Joe (HCS).
- Work continues on massive projects to relieve flooding on peninsula (Live 5 News).
- Police: Bag left at N. Charleston hotel contained portable meth lab (Live 5 News).
- Firefighter among two injured in North Charleston blaze (Post & Courier).
- Red Cross assisting family after North Charleston house fire (Live 5 News).
- As pet population blooms, adoption groups spring into action (ABC News 4).
- Study approved for overpass downtown after two pedestrian deaths (News 2).
- Wild Dunes sandbag worries are piling up (Post & Courier).
- Dorchester County officials upgrading emergency system for disasters (News 2).
- 14-foot tiger shark caught off Edisto Island (ABC News 4).
- Search continues for Heather Elvis, 6 months later (Live 5 News).
- Man extradited for fatal Goose Creek shooting (News 2).
- CARTA to Celebrate “Dump the Pump” Day with Tablet Giveaways (HCS).
- Beaufort County anti-bullying task force formed in honor of 12-year-old who committed suicide (News 2).
- Two people in critical condition following N. Charleston apartment fire (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County tests emergency response (ABC News 4).
- Former Met Museum designer Jeff Daly working on the Gibbes redux (Charleston City Paper).
- Public testing events for National HIV testing week (News 2).
- SC ports see best month in more than 7 years (ABC News 4).
- CARTA’s executive director arrested on drunkenness charges (ABC News 4).
Charleston gets funding extensions for Horizon, Neck developments (Charleston City Paper).
- How a 19th-century Persian faith became the second-most common religion in our state (Charleston City Paper).
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