- EMS: 1 dead in N. Charleston Shooting (Live 5 News).
- Football coach ousted at Academic Magnet (ABC News 4).
- Superintendent: Faces painted on watermelons, then named before being smashed.
- Police need your help finding missing teen (News 2).
- As the Coburg Cow turns: Bessie reunited with another milk bottle (Post & Courier).
- The Junior League of Charleston is raising awareness of the national child sex epidemic with an event entitled: “Child Sex Trafficking: Here. Now.” The October 22nd & 23rd event will show the documentary “Playground,” produced by George Clooney and directed by South Carolina native Libby Spears. A question and answer session with experts will immediately follow the film’s screening. Attend either night at Cinebarre (Campaign 13).
- Photo Gallery: Gubernatorial Debate from Furman University (ABC News 4).
- Screw Pumpkin Spice; Black Tap Coffee Offers Candy Corn Lattes (Eater Charleston).
- Dinner with Charleston’s newest ‘supper cult’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Friends of the Hunley’s 10th Annual Oyster Roast & Silent Auction (HCS).
- Moe’s Crosstown Barkeep Greer Farrell Wrote the Book on What it’s Like To Deal With Drunks (Eater Charleston).
- Join the South of Calhoun Sam Adams Bar Crawl this Friday (HCS).
- Raw fish and bourbon (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry Food Day Crawl Starts on Thursday (HCS).
- Bartender Kevin Young Probably Paved the Way for Table Dancing at A.C.’s Bar & Grill (Eater Charleston).
- Mellow Celebrates One Year in Summerville with Fair & Halloween Party (HCS).
- Mt. Pleasant food trailer specializes in bison, lamb and goat (Post & Courier).
- Biergarten Celebrates its First Birthday on Friday with an All-Day Party (HCS).
- Palmetto Brewery gets two new pieces (Airtight Artwork).
- LOKAL Seabar Celebrates Grand Opening this Friday (HCS).
- T+L’s Definitive Guide to Charleston (Travel + Leisure).
- Living in: The world’s friendliest cities (BBC).
- Actress Lauren Vélez who played María LaGuerta on Dexter is part of the “South of Hell” cast – per Nick Case, who was working as an extra on the TV series today.
- 5 Around Town’s 5 favorite things about Young Frankenstein at Dock Street Theatre (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry author publishes first novel (Post & Courier).
- Share the Harvest in Mount Pleasant’s Old Village (HCS).
- RBC Heritage raising prices of daily tickets (ABC News 4).
- Trick or Treat Through The Citadel Mall this Halloween (HCS).
- Lowcountry Top 10 football teams (Post & Courier).
- First Baptist vs. Porter-Gaud for SCISA volleyball state championship (Post & Courier).
- Stratford’s Jamison Mobbs, Timberland’s Johnell Brown named high school players of week (Post & Courier).
- Same-sex couple urge judge to toss Haley, Wilson objections to their marriage (The State).
- Governor’s debate today after new poll showing huge lead for Haley (Post & Courier).
- State leaders discuss if extra gas fee would fix SC roads (Live 5 News).
- Sens. Campbell, Grooms advocate for statewide gas tax increase (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- SC Shows Improvement on Federal Report Cards (News 2).
- Corps holds meeting on Charleston Harbor deepening (ABC News 4).
- Georgetown residents discuss potential sales tax increase (News 2).
- Ervin loans $3.4M to independent SC gov campaign (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce unveiled plans to fix road problems in the Lowcountry (News 2).
- Better way of doing business at DOT emphasizes customer service, Oakley says (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County bus driver fired for texting while driving (News 2).
- Parents say missing Greenville woman was left to die in woods (Live 5 News).
- National Medal of Honor Museum poised to break ground late next year (Post & Courier).
- Ten Startups to Watch (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Wild Dunes condo owners appeal state fine for illegal seawall (Post & Courier).
- S.C. unemployment number climbs to 6.6% in September (Columbia Regional Business Journal).
- Local company CHD Interiors has been selected as a finalist for the 26th Annual ARTS Awards (CHD Interiors).
- Greenville schools to screen students for Ebola (ABC News 4).
- Federal law enforcement agencies celebrate ten years at Charleston center (Live 5 News).
- Man accused of killing girlfriend in 2013 expected to plead guilty (ABC News 4).
- Police seek man who flashed teen girl at Wal-Mart (ABC News 4).
- Police searching for W. Ashley man accused of pointing gun at relative (Live 5 News).
- Berkeley lawsuit brings OT change for deputies (Post & Courier).
- Grieving mother: ‘The justice system failed us’ (ABC News 4).
- Mortgage requirements may soon be lowered to attract more home buyers (News 2).
- Head-on collision with log truck kills 1, injures 2 (ABC News 4).
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