Professor fired for beer can image takes job at CofC (Charleston City Paper).
- College of Charleston release statement about basketball program after head coach placed on probation (News 2).
- Surfers ride out Folly’s gnarly waves as Arthur moves up coast (ABC News 4).
- Squalls, gusty winds worst of Arthur for Lowcountry (Post & Courier).
FOURTH OF JULY
- Fireworks displays happening rain or shine (News 2).
- Workers struggle with gusty winds while setting up for July 4th Festival (News 2).
- July Fourth is a popular time to run races (Post & Courier).
- Sword-shaped fireworks recalled for unexpected explosions (ABC News 4).
- Consumer fireworks not legal everywhere (Post & Courier).
- Dive right into great eating from chef Blake Joyal at The Palace Hotel (Post & Courier).
- Christina Couture is the new general manager of Cypress (Eater Charleston).
- UPDATED: The Granary & The Obstinate Daughter Included on Best “Neighborhood Gems” List (HCS).
- Exhibit tackles South Carolina’s first fruit tree nursery (Post & Courier).
- Raise De Roof: Gospel & Gumbo at The Joe (HCS).
- SC State Rep. proposes to allow casinos in Myrtle Beach to fund road repairs (WMBF).
- Empowervote uses compatibility software to connect voters, candidates (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Columbia condos file eviction notice against Jadeveon Clowney (Live 5 News).
- Chris Lemonis, Citadel grad and former asssistant, hired as Indiana head coach (Post & Courier).
- Fowler, Valera lead resilient RiverDogs in tough loss (ABC News 4).
- Charleston RiverDogs pitcher Brady Lail has command on the mound (Post & Courier).
- SNOS Stroll: Community Open House South of Spring (HCS).
- Low viewership for ‘Reckless’ premiere (Post & Courier).
- The Tarlatans Schedule Album Release Show at the Music Hall (HCS).
- Shark bite off the Isle of Palms (News 2).
- Residents warned to avoid open flame due to gas leak (ABC News 4).
- Riverland Drive remains closed following gas leak (Live 5 News).
- Boeing signs contract with NASA to develop stage of space launch system (News 2).
- Hurricane Arthur may be beneficial for shrimpers (Live 5 News).
- Couple sues hotel after naked party crasher ruined their wedding when he waved to guests then flashed them during ceremony (Daily Mail).
- No bond set for the accused killer of Charleston teen (ABC News 4).
- New program offers education, pet healthcare to North Charleston community (Live 5 News).
- Jurors: Deadlocked on SC State trustee case (ABC News 4).
- Celebrating an island’s spirituals (Post & Courier).
Filmmakers indicted in Sarah Jones train fatality (Charleston City Paper).
- Local programs teach kids to code (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Fruit of the Loom to expand Berkeley County distribution center (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- SC state budget authorizes $5 million for increased Bikefest security (The State).
- Interstate 26 widening sped up traffic, raised commuters’ risks (Post & Courier).
- Headbands of Hope to hand out headbands to SC kids (ABC News 4).
- Fourth of July fireworks pose escape risk for pets (Live 5 News).
- 3-year-old suffers heat stroke in car in Lancaster (ABC News 4).
- Certificate of Need causes more confusion among health care community (Post & Courier).
- Permanent public restrooms open in Myrtle Beach (ABC News 4).
- Arthur poses potential threat to Folly Beach renourishment (ABC News 4).
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