- Election day is here in S.C. (Post & Courier).
- CCSD report: Players’ ceremony not thought to be racist, but ‘tradition’ (ABC News 4).
- Filing: Barnett faked daughter’s birth certificate to flee country (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston police searching for missing man (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Co. voters to consider extending school improvement tax (Live 5 News).
- A sign of relief: It’s almost over (Post & Courier).
- 5 statewide candidates have not filed final ethics reports (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Thomas Legare (HCS).
- First look at The Americano’s menu (Charleston City Paper).
- Owners consider closing Big John’s Tavern (Post & Courier).
- Holy cow, Charleston was the inspiration for the McRib (Charleston City Paper).
- Booze sales resume on Election Day without sending pickled voters to polls (Post & Courier).
- ‘La Smoked Porter’ only available at Brew & ‘Cue (Charleston City Paper).
- Brock Steady: Husk’s Sean Brock schools us in Lowcountry cuisine (Tasting Table).
- Shem Creek Bar & Grill to Host Oyster Roast Benefit this Saturday (HCS).
- Mt. Pleasant police plan Friday BBQ to fund kids’ Christmas shopping spree (Live 5 News).
- Owner of Multiple Market Street Businesses Halts Rumor Mill (HCS).
- Guests Can Now Idle at Coffeehouse The Daily (Eater Charleston).
- Frontman Dan Lotti on the Science in Dangermuffin’s New Album (HCS).
- Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art brings documentary Watermark to Charleston Music Hall (Charleston City Paper).
- ATOMACON Returns to the Holy City this Month (HCS).
- Happy Birthday, Moral Fixation (Charleston City Paper).
- Yorktown Countdown Returns for Its Third New Year’s Eve (HCS).
- Channing Tatum, other stars in Myrtle Beach for Magic Mike XXL filming (News 2).
- Porter-Gaud’s Kris Johnson, Stratford’s Ty’reik Faulks are high school players of the week (Post & Courier).
- Eli Manning delivers North Charleston native Corey Washington’s first TD (Giants).
- Citadel can finish strong if Bulldogs cut down on mistakes (Post & Courier).
- Marcus Lattimore could collect $1.7 million from insurance policy if he retires (Post & Courier).
- 2nd Annual Rainbow Run 5K Set For November 16th (HCS).
- Tiffany Mitchell first South Carolina women’s player to be named preseason All-America (Post & Courier).
- Dorchester County looking for waterway access funds (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police searching for suspect in downtown church burglary (Live 5 News).
- Man threw cheese at woman, cut her stomach in fight over Facebook photos, Mount Pleasant police say (Post & Courier).
- Florida-based investor buys Remount Road building for $17M (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- NCFD responds to house fire (ABC News 4).
- Shots fired during an argument at Crossgate Road off of Ashley Phosphate (News 2).
- Recycling Day event allows you to drop off items not usually accepted (ABC News 4).
- Kiawah Island votes to purchase land on Johns Island for new municipal complex (Post & Courier).
- Man gets 3 years for shining laser at helicopters (Post & Courier).
- Irmo teenager arrested, charged with stabbing father with knife (Live 5 News).
- Trident Technical College Division of Continuing Education and Economic Development is offering an awareness workshop on church security to be conducted by Lt. Frank Jackson, a licensed officer (TTC).
- Deputies warn of ‘IRS Investigator’ phone scam (Live 5 News).
- Thieves make off with $6K worth of equipment from demolition site (ABC News 4).
- NCPD: Man, 50, beat and choked woman after breakup (Live 5 News).
- Good Done Great raises $500,000 from Seattle-based Lighter Capital (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- New Waltersboro police chief negotiates higher salary than predecessors (Post & Courier).
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