- SC voter turnout lowest in decades (The State).
- National Hurricane Center’s interactive map shows storm surge potential (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston swimming, diving teams in jeopardy (Post & Courier).
- Chef at Brand New Hotspot The Americano Deserts Kitchen in First Week (Eater Charleston).
- Locals Get Free Admission to Magnolia Plantation & Gardens Lifts Admission this Weekend (HCS).
- Artisan Meat Share a terrific neighborhood deli (Post & Courier).
- Halls Chophouse & Circa 1886 Named Two of the Nation’s Best (HCS).
- How to stock the bar…Charleston style (Charleston Area Wedding Guide).
- Brannon Florie speaks about On Forty-One (Charleston City Paper).
- The Hottest Restaurants in Charleston Right Now, November 2014 (Eater Charleston).
- SC company helps design Allrecipes online cooking school (Post & Courier).
- What’s Next For the Former Egan & Sons’ Address? (Eater Charleston).
- The digit age: Pours at the touch of a button at new Ardoa Wine Bar (Post & Courier).
- Clemson-South Carolina baseball series scheduled (News 2).
- Employees at The Bridge & 98 Rock Go Office Space on some equipment (YouTube).
- Brick House Hosts a Benefit Concert for the Philippines this Saturday (HCS).
- Spurrier looks for Gamecocks to finish strong (ABC News 4).
- 1770 Records is Bringing the Boat Show Back (HCS).
- Garrett Tech Falcons’ player soars with one arm (News 2).
- WATCH: Darius Rucker Talks Covering Prince’s ‘Purple Rain’ (WEZL).
- Bishop England’s Jenna Vroman hopes to follow in footsteps of local tennis pro (Post & Courier).
- Safety inspectors make sure Coastal Carolina Fair’s rides have the seal of approval (Post & Courier).
- Ex-Charlotte mayor to go before judge after vote (News 2).
- This isn’t a Republican Revolution, it’s just another mid-term election (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Andre Bauer (HCS).
- Gay marriage ruling means high court review likely (Post & Courier).
- Hearing scheduled for Uber subsidiary’s license in S.C. (GSA Business).
- Local firm plants tree in memory of fallen CCSO deputy (Live 5 News).
- Ex-DHHS employee sentenced in SC data breach (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County deputies seek help to solve three cold murder cases (Live 5 News).
- Clemson to offer mechanical engineering courses in Lowcountry (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- SC man arrested in California casino standoff (Live 5 News).
- Filing: Barnett faked daughter’s birth certificate to flee country (ABC News 4).
- Charleston police arrest fugitive wanted in Florida (Live 5 News).
- Trade Your Blood for Food, Movies, or Bowling (HCS).
- Drones used to get bird’s eye view of fairgrounds (ABC News 4).
- Deputies investigating fatal shooting in Orangeburg County (Live 5 News).
- 3 charged in presidential helicopter scheme (ABC News 4).
- Summerville adding big retailers, road improvements to match town growth (Live 5 News).
- MWV begins work on Summers Corner development (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Report: Shoplifter punched Walmart employee, ditched $505 in stolen goods (Live 5 News).
- 400,000 bees found in infested Summerville camper removed (ABC News 4).
- Coastal Carolina Fair workers making a living traveling the country (Live 5 News).
- Columbia-based law firm to expand with new office on Sullivan’s Island (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Historic association to discuss controversial hotel for downtown Summerville (Live 5 News).
- Solicitor: Use Of Force In GCSO Walmart Scuffle Not Excessive (News 2).
- Appeals court finds FOIA violation in Mount Pleasant council’s 2007 executive session (Post & Courier).
- Gwinnett County students stumble upon bloody stabbing scene (Live 5 News).
- Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office holding Coffee with a Cop Saturday in Goose Creek (Post & Courier).
- Legalshield provides a variety of legal services (News 2).
- Boeing on track to meet 787 Dreamliner delivery goal for year (Post & Courier).
- Sheriff: 11-year-old, 11 pets taken from home with ‘horrendous conditions’ (Live 5 News).
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