- Report: Thomas Ravenel Accused of Assaulting Woman (HCS).
- Walpole agrees; Raptors chief to be on sidelines for Friday’s game (ABC News 4).
- Source: House Speaker Bobby Harrell plans guilty plea, resignation Thursday (Post & Courier).
- Debate Highlights and Lowlights (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police seek help finding 17-year-old West Ashley High School student (Post & Courier).
- Deputies investigating after man shot at Summerville mobile home park (Live 5 News).
ACADEMIC MAGNET’S WATERMELON CONTROVERSY
- McGinley: Coach Walpole to be reinstated Thursday (Live 5 News).
- Parents sound off after coach fired for post-game watermelon ritual (LIve 5 News).
- NAACP: Watermelon incident like black students urinating on Confederate flag (ABC News 4).
- Views of watermelon celebration tied into history of school campus (LIve 5 News).
- Letter to Dr. Nancy McGinley from Academic Magnet senior (ABC News 4).
- Academic Magnet students respond to Haire of the Dog’s ‘Melongate’ story (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston NAACP chapter backing coaching change at Academic Magnet (Live 5 News).
- CCSD flunks Watermelon-gate logic test with Academic Magnet (Post & Courier).
- Downtown Icon Jack’s Cafe to Shutter; Reopening Under New Management (Eater Charleston).
- COAST Brewing Co. Hosts “Brew and ‘Cue” on Nov. 9th (HCS).
- SWIG Bar Guide (Charleston City Paper).
- The Americano Inches Closer to Releasing Menus (Eater Charleston).
- One-of-a-kind research on old rice fields in Cooper River (ABC News 4).
- Southern Season Accepting Entries for 3rd Home Brew Contest (HCS).
- A roundup of Charleston’s most expensive drinks (Charleston City Paper).
- Beyond being a fine cook, Samuel Faber was a civil rights advocate and political power (Post & Courier).
- Charleston’s Hottest Bartender 2014 (Charleston City Paper).
- The Guacamole Is Extra? (Yelp Charleston).
- Jerky has finally made the hors d’oeuvres A-team (Charleston City Paper).
- A look at the Holy City’s favorite shooters over the years (Charleston City Paper).
- Bocce tourney hosts special needs kids in Charleston (News 2).
- Bone Thugs-n-Harmony Coming to the Music Farm this December (HCS).
- The Murraycoin: New digital currency named for Bill Murray (Post & Courier).
- Vintage WWII planes on display in SC Lowcountry (News 2).
- Bailey in the running for Mr. Football (Summerville Journal Scene).
- Are You AWAKE? Multi-Sensory Exhibition Opens on 11/7 (HCS).
- Gov. Haley defends positions on education, health care in second debate (Post & Courier).
- Poll shows strong support of stringent domestic violence laws (ABC News 4).
- Rubio returns to South Carolina to talk to voters (ABC News 4).
- Democratic and American Party candidates challenge Sen. Tim Scott (Charleston City Paper).
- A Republican and a Libertarian challenge longtime Democratic Rep. Jim Clyburn (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston police release photo after copper theft (Post & Courier).
- Report: Victim in fatal Hassell St. shooting was shot 3 times (Live 5 News).
- Recap: Q&A about Ebola in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Army Corps presents $509 million project to deepen harbor (ABC News 4).
- Hotel Review: Zero George Street in Charleston, S.C. (New York Times).
- Aging Ashley River Bridges to be repaired following malfunctions (Live 5 News).
- Welcome to West Ashley, the Mt. Pleasant of Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Boeing delivers 31 Dreamliners in Q3 (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Blotter: Hacking in the street (Charleston City Paper).
- Who’s to blame for the Charleston airport’s asbestos issues? (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Man sought after taking off with tractor trailer on Johns Island (Live 5 News).
- Summerville woman stopped despite seat belt exemption (News 2).
- After 7 years, SC cat reunited with owners (ABC News 4).
- Execs rank S.C. 4th for business climate (GSA Business).
- Goose Creek police looking for mugger (ABC News 4).
- Aerospace workers in S.C. make 72% more (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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