- Johnson: 2011 charge led to decision to withdraw from CofC coach search (Live 5 News).
Looking back at the CofC coaching search fiasco (Charleston City Paper).
- Court documents shed light on coach prospect walking away from CofC deal (ABC News 4).
- Police investigating after North Charleston shooting injures one (Live 5 News).
- A hero’s farewell for Goose Creek firefighter Steve Skipton (ABC News 4).
- Opening nightmare: Kenny Hill, Aggies ambush South Carolina, 52-28 (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Wine + Food Festival Ticket Launch Party Photo Gallery (Facebook).
Short Wait for All the Charcuteries at Artisan Meat Share (Eater Charleston).
15 Best Cheap Eats in Downtown Charleston (Eater Charleston).
U.S. News blog: Bravo introduced Thomas Ravenel to his campaign manager (Post & Courier).
Ex-P&C reporter Edward Fennell enters school board race (Charleston City Paper).
Lawmakers consider changes to criminal records expungement process (Post & Courier).
- Network working to get SC’s uninsured to the polls (ABC News 4).
- Gamecocks interrupt Aggies’ ‘Midnight Yell’ at State House (Live 5 News).
- After attending over 600 Gamecock games, one man says this year will be great (Live 5 News).
- No. 16 Clemson, QB seek to keep offense humming (ABC News 4).
- Clemson season ticket sales reach 6-year high (News 2).
- No coach, but CofC finally releases basketball schedule (News 2).
- Bars see increase in business as many drop cable (Live 5 News).
- Where to go in Charleston for college football action (Charleston City Paper).
- The Citadel opens with Coastal Carolina Saturday (News 2).
- Big bats, polished pitching help RiverDogs skunk Drive, 8-0 on Wednesday (ABC News 4).
- New helmets arrive at Berkeley High School, proper fit key (News 2).
- Social media recap: ‘Southern Charm’ cast on a boat, how much stuff can this pickup truck hold? (Post & Courier).
- The Inaugural Silicon Harbor Shindig will Celebrate Holy City’s Tech Community (HCS).
- Pop-Up Shopping At The Flats At Mixson (Charleston Grit).
- Mad River’s 4th Annual Luau Goes Down this Friday (HCS).
Viewpoint: Charleston businesses shifting views on LGBT economic impact (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
SC state parks mark record revenue, closer to paying for themselves (Carolina Live).
- Doctors say with recent storms, come allergies (News 2).
Aerospace pushing universities to think bigger (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
New Dorchester parks director being given a blank canvas (Post & Courier).
- Officials: Trident Technical College power outage cancels classes (Live 5 News).
- Locals upset about new power-lines cutting through Hampton Park (News 2).
- Hilton Head district pilots late bell program for high school (ABC News 4).
- Deputies searching for two convicted sex offenders who failed to register (Live 5 News).
- Investigation underway after shots fired in Georgetown (News 2).
- Deputies ask for tips (ABC News 4).
- Domestic Violence victim speaks out and tells of brutal attack (News 2).
- Fugitive surrenders after learning about Live 5 Most Wanted feature (Live 5 News).
Berkeley County deputy loses job over $220 found missing (Post & Courier).
- Teacher from Hilton Head pleads guilty to having student buy pot, sending suggestive photos (ABC News 4).
- Report: Man charged after pointing gun at girlfriend, then himself (ABC News 4).
- 3 charged in assault on disabled SC veteran (ABC News 4).
- Police looking for North Charleston man accused of dealing drugs (Live 5 News).
- FBI Citizens Academy: SWAT Team (News 2).
NCHS Fights (Charleston Thug Life).
- Employee: Robber had socks on hands and took register (ABC News 4).
Miranda Lambert & Little Big Town to Play Credit One Stadium with The Cadillac Three
Country superstars Miranda Lambert & Little Big Town will perform at the newly-renovated Credit One Stadium, formerly the Volvo Car...