- Report: Bobby Harrell charged trip to Harry Potter theme park to campaign account (Live 5 News).
- Ferguson decision: Some see parallels in S.C. (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Ferguson Rally Takes Place at Fed Courthouse (Charleston Subterrain).
- Protesters rally in Charleston for justice in Ferguson (ABC News 4).
- Protests erupt in cities across the nation (Post & Courier).
- Parents of three Academic Magnet High School football players suing over watermelon ritual descriptions (Post & Courier).
- Read the lawsuit (Charleston City Paper).
- Community members push CCSD board to reinstate McGinley (ABC News 4).
- Things running smooth at CHS airport possible delays loom for Wednesday (News 2).
- Thanksgiving Restaurant Openings and Closings in Charleston (HCS).
- Local fire departments give cooking safety tips (Live 5 News).
- Brewvival Tickets Go On Sale Friday (Charleston Beer Exchange).
- Chef Sean Brock’s Minero Expanding to Atlanta; Neighborhood Dining Group Taking Over the South (Eater Charleston).
- December Eve Cook Out at Holy City Brewing to Benefit Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (HCS).
- Photo Gallery: Celebrity Chili Cook Off and Oyster Roast (Post & Courier).
- Charleston’s 50 Food & Bev Faves: Pizza – EVO Pizzeria (Charleston Magazine).
- In Season: Oysters (Garden & Gun).
- The 7th Annual Santa Pub Crawl Set for December 13th (HCS).
- Bloomberg Writer Approves of Minero’s Fare, Despite the Eagles Soundtrack (Eater Charleston).
- Quick Bite: 15 min with Bob Waggoner (Charleston Magazine).
- Palmetto Brewing Ready to Deliver & Donate 300+ Thanksgiving Dinners (HCS).
- Sideshow: Chef Jeremiah Bacon’s take on collard greens (Charleston City Paper).
- Basket Brigade delivers Thanksgiving dinner to 3,300 needy families (Post & Courier).
- Chili title comes home to ABC News 4, CAS raises $250,000 (ABC News 4).
- HoM Fights Hunger this December with “One-Lunch, Two Ways” Campaign (HCS).
- FIG’s pastry chef reviews first six months on the job (Post & Courier).
- The Thanksgiving Recipes Googled in Every State (New York Times).
- Garden & Gun’s Jubilee Festival Back for 2014 (HCS).
- Holiday Parade of Boats Set for December 13th (HCS).
- College of Charleston swimmers set school records (Post & Courier).
- The Holiday Festival of Lights at James Island County Park is a contender for the Top 10 Best Public Lights Display contest chosen by readers of USA Today (10Best).
- Jason Aldean’s “Burn It Down” Tour Coming to the Coliseum (HCS).
- Charleston Film Festival opens submission period for 2015 fest (Charleston City Paper).
- James Taylor at the North Charleston Coliseum: Photo Gallery & Setlist (HCS).
- Wild Blue Ropes is offering a BOGO deal this Friday (Wild Blue Ropes).
- Homegrown Holiday Bazaar Invites You To Shop Local (HCS).
- Now Charleston needs a natatorium more than ever (Post & Courier).
- Doug Benson Added to the 2015 Charleston Comedy Festival (HCS).
- South Carolina Women No. 1 in AP Poll for 1st Time (ABC News).
- Dead 27s to Cover “Are You Experienced” For PoHo’s Hendrix Birthday Bash (HCS).
- South Carolina State’s Marching 101 to perform at Medal of Honor Bowl (Post & Courier).
- Monster Trucks Roar Back into the Coliseum this January (HCS).
- Bay Street Biergarten to host a Casino Royale New Year’s Eve Party (HCS).
- John McCain ‘strongly encouraging’ Lindsey Graham to consider 2016 run (Post & Courier).
- Sen. Lindsey Graham: GOP-led Benghazi report is ‘full of crap’ (CNN).
- Same-sex marriage brings more legal security to couples, families (Post & Courier).
- Charleston to begin enforcing bicycle parking restrictions Dec. 1 (Post & Courier).
- Chicken ordinance ruffles feathers in Berkeley County (Live 5 News).
- Boeing begins final assembly on first North Charleston-made 787-9 Dreamliner (Post & Courier).
- Charleston physician leads country in testing for breast cancer ‘sub-type’ (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police investigating West Ashley armed robbery (Live 5 News).
- Michelin leader calls for state leaders to fix roads (Greenville Online).
- North Charleston car dealer charged with money laundering (Live 5 News).
- Parents of seriously ill children often turn to the Internet for help, with mixed results (Post & Courier).
- Hanahan woman charged in home invasion faces burglary charges (Live 5 News).
- SC judge won’t release warrants on missing woman (ABC News 4).
- Family of SC woman files lawsuit for wrongful death with faulty airbags (Live 5 News).
- American College of the Building Arts buys Trolley Barn property from city (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Police: Man charged with trafficking cocaine following foot chase (Live 5 News).
- SC Highway Patrol: what you need to know before you hit the roads (News 2).
- Deputies, marshals arrest wanted man in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Dorchester District Two reschedules opening of new schools (ABC News 4).
- Man accused of using piece of asphalt to beat man to death (Live 5 News).
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