- CPD: All lanes on Ravenel Bridge open following jumper (Live 5 News).
- Harrell announces he’s no longer under investigation (Post & Courier).
- Man, 20, charged with felony DUI in John Island teen’s death (Live 5 News).
- College of Charleston wraps up interviews, expected to make recommendation Tuesday (Post & Courier).
Local activist headed to Ferguson (Charleston City Paper).
- NYC Chef Damon Wise Heading to Charleston? (Eater Charleston).
- Four Holy City Restaurants Make “Most Anticipated” List (HCS).
- Starting at 11 am tomorrow, the Charleston Beer Exchange will be putting COAST Brewing’s The Boy King Double IPA and Foothills Jade IPA on tap.
- 15 restaurants compete for shrimp-and-grits title (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant-based restaurant chain Wild Wing Cafe names new CEO (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
Now with 50 kinds of shisha, Torch becomes Priya on Aug. 22 (Charleston City Paper).
- Who’ll pick S.C. peaches? Immigration policy gridlock stymies farm labor (The State).
- Choice of Pascoe for prosecutor in House Speaker Bobby Harrell probe is well received (Post & Courier).
- Cutter Hamilton passes trials, to arrive in Charleston in September (ABC News 4).
- Sky Club is an after school program that is the combination of FUN and FITNESS (InTown).
- “So You Think You Can Dance” Tour Stops in North Charleston (HCS).
- Clemson run-stuffers talk tough, ready for Georgia’s Gurley (Post & Courier).
- Patriots Point chooses developer for $300M project (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Embattled Charleston industry-recruiting alliance looks at spending cuts (Post & Courier).
- Health care franchise expands to Upstate (GSA Business).
- Second H&M store to open Thursday at Tanger Outlet (ABC News 4).
- SPA again seeks cruise terminal permit (Post & Courier).
- Missing Hollywood woman located, safe (Live 5 News).
- Berkeley County deputy resigns after accident because of suspended license (ABC News 4).
- SLED agents cleared in fatal July murder suspect shooting (Live 5 News).
- N.Charleston residents seek compensation from Sewer District (News 2).
- ALS funds from challenge not trickling down to local office, say organizers (ABC News 4).
- 2 years later, family still waiting for trial to begin in cyclist’s death (ABC News 4).
- Military family whose trailer and go-kart was stolen in Berkeley Co. reacts to suspect’s arrest (News 2).
- Suspect sought for starting fires at two Goose Creek area schools (Live 5 News).
- New procedures greet Berkeley students as new school year starts (ABC News 4).
- Water main repaired, service restored to Sullivan’s, IOP (ABC News 4).
- Charleston School of Law kicks off new year amid uncertainty over ownership (Post & Courier).
- Nonprofit accepting grant applications to pay for children’s medical expenses (Post & Courier).
- Law enforcement using social media, talking directly to community (Live 5 News).
- James Island couple donates kennels to police for K-9 units (ABC News 4).
- Police: 2 charged in West Ashley burglaries (Live 5 News).
- Charleston teen charged with sex crime against minor (ABC News 4).
- Playground temperatures can burn skin (News 2).
- Traffic moving on North Rhett Ave. following rollover accident (Live 5 News).
- Experts: SC could see average gas prices under $3 soon (ABC News 4).
Holy City Vintage Market Announces HoLiDaY Market, Fashion Show
On Sunday, December 18th, from 11 am to 4 pm, the Holy City Vintage Market (HCVM) will host the HoLiDaY...