- Citadel grad struck, killed while walking on I-26 (Live 5 News).
- Violent crime declined in the Charleston area and the nation in 2013 (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston Police investigating a shooting on Harvey Avenue (Live 5 News).
- Wilson asks for dismissal of gay marriage challenge (ABC News 4).
- Vegan Motorcycle-Themed Restaurant Motobar is Open (Eater Charleston).
- Lowcountry Autism Foundation Hosts Oyster Roast on 11/23 (HCS).
- Vote: What is Charleston’s restaurant of the year? (Eater Charleston).
- Can the communal silverware drawers at Minero make you sick? (Post & Courier).
- The 15th Annual CAS Celebrity Chili Cook-Off & Oyster Roast (HCS).
- Amen Street Fish & Raw Bar announced that Adam Miller will be their new head chef. He is leaving his position as the lead sous chef at Amen Street’s sister property Stars Rooftop & Grill Room.
- Oak Steakhouse Will Offer Thanksgiving Menu (HCS).
- Tokyo Crepes is Very Close to Opening Their Spring Street Shop (Eater Charleston).
- The Local Palate Presents “Feast of the Fishes” on December 11th (HCS).
- Westbrook’s Märzenbier included in “Fall beers worth the brouhaha” (CNN).
- Wild Game Dinner Returns to Circa 1886 this Thursday (HCS).
- Saint Alban Sets Teaser Photos of Sherry, Scones, and Sconces (Eater Charleston).
- Coosaw Creek Crab Shack Hosts Oyster Roast this Sunday (HCS).
- ‘Southern Charm’ for Wounded Warriors Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Nash Bash at Joe Riley Park (Live 5 News).
- Mario Buatta and Patricia Altschul Exude Southern Charm in Charleston (The Glam Pad).
- Social media roundup: 3 Charleston videos you need to watch (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Cup attracts estimated 15,000 (Live 5 News).
- Daniel Rodriguez: Playing On (ESPN).
- Holiday Festival of Lights Celebrates it’s 25th Year (HCS).
- Attendance hits 229,177 people at the Coastal Carolina Fair (News 2).
- The Citadel slips past Furman 42-35 in OT (ABC News 4).
- Annual Veterans Day Parade draws crowd, gratitude (Live 5 News).
- New Wake Magazine is out (TheFIX.fm).
- City’s wireless network expands to 4 more parks (ABC News 4).
- This Wednesday, the Board of the Charleston Marathon will reveal the shirt design of the 5th Annual Charleston Marathon and award the top three Winners of the Youth Marathon T-shirt design contest.
- Local Music Spotlight: Savage Souls (HCS).
- First look inside restaurant/event space Cannon Green (Charleston City Paper).
- Comedian Ron White Bring his “Nutcracker” Tour to the PAC this Winter (HCS).
- Fort D, Goose Creek lead 4-A football brackets (ABC News 4).
- Nickelback’s “No Fixed Address Tour” will Stop in North Charleston (HCS).
- Police: ‘Unfounded’ charges against Ravenel dropped (ABC News 4).
- Charleston mayor prepared to play hardball over public access to Longborough park (Post & Courier).
- S.C. Democrats, reeling from election, look to rebuild (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant Mayor Linda Page to deliver her first State of the Town address (Post & Courier).
- Sen. Tim Scott credits his single mother for his rise from poverty to the national stage (Post & Courier).
- Gov. Nikki Haley names new Medicaid director (Post & Courier).
- Timing isn’t right for Republican governors leadership post, Haley says (Post & Courier).
- National Hurricane Center’s interactive map shows storm surge potential (Post & Courier).
- Man gets 4 years for fatal wreck that killed Summerville woman (Live 5 News).
- Highway patrol working to reduce pedestrian fatalities (News 2).
- Coast Guard credits life jackets after rescue near Morris Island (Post & Courier).
- Fair traffic troubling for neighbors (Live 5 News).
- Twenty-three-year-old chronicles his double lung transplant in Breathe. A True Story (Charleston City Paper).
- Some people missed the point of the whole Academic Magnet watermelon incident (Post & Courier).
- Kitchen and Company to open in Bowman Place (Moultrie News).
- Q&A with Randy Covington, USC journalism prof who was detained in Russia (Charleston City Paper).
- Dog shot multiple times in Hollywood to have surgery Monday (News 2).
- Animal control officers not surprised by abused dog (ABC News 4).
- Antique Charleston rice bed sells to highest bidder for $45,000 (Post & Courier).
- Anti-bullying app raises awareness, has issues (ABC News 4).
- Spartanburg man passed out on train tracks doesn’t wake as train passes over him (News 2).
- Berkeley County stabbing leaves 2 with minor injuries; suspect in custody (Post & Courier).
- SC Court of Appeals asked to toss cruise permit (ABC News 4).
- Land pirates boldly rip off heavy equipment around Lowcountry (Post & Courier).
- Wild Dunes experimental seawall did its job (Post & Courier).
- Crews respond to North Charleston house fire (ABC News 4).
- New Charleston County recycling center moves forward with land purchase (Post & Courier).
- Police arrest woman accused in downtown church burglary (Live 5 News).
- College of Charleston Launches $125m BOUNDLESS Campaign (CofC).
- Johns Island church to host Ebola relief donation drive (Live 5 News).
- SC deputies say naked man tells them of body (ABC News 4).
- Asst. coach denied bond in triple fatal Anderson crash (Live 5 News).
- New look for The Post and Courier (Post & Courier).
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