- Lowcountry nonprofits, charities seek your help on #GivingTuesday (Post & Courier).
- Charleston’s International African American Museum site reveals remnants of Gadsden’s Wharf (Post & Courier).
- Family mourns death of man killed in North Charleston shooting (ABC News 4).
- Officer taken to MUSC after 3-car accident in downtown Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Chef Nathan Thurston to help get The Americano back on track (Charleston City Paper).
- Forthcoming French-Mexican Restaurant Generalísimo Hopes for Rooftop Seating (Eater Charleston).
- Travel + Leisure likes Christmas dinner at Peninsula Grill (Post & Courier).
- A Chef With the Heart of a Servant at Swig & Swine (The Sassy Spoon).
- Saint Alban Shaping into a Restaurant Almost Ready to Open (Eater Charleston).
- Husk Bartender Lends Bourbon Expertise; The Park Cafe Celebrates the Holidays (Eater Charleston).
- Ristorante LIDI chef headed back to Boston (Post & Courier).
- Charleston’s 50 F&B Favorites; Atlanta’s Steven Satterfield at The Macintosh (Eater Charleston).
- Rewriting history: Golf arrived in America even earlier than thought at Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Dangermuffin: Freedom in the Frequency (Cosmic Vibes Live).
- Steve Spurrier to return as South Carolina’s coach in 2015 (Post & Courier).
- “Shepic Fail”: Episode 2 (YouTube/Charleston Grit).
- Coaches see College of Charleston-Citadel rivalry from both sides (Post & Courier).
- Chad Morris off to SMU, thanks coaches, fans for “special” time at Clemson (Post & Courier).
- Charleston school officials put their faith in two experienced leaders (Post & Courier).
- Watchdog group: Study critical of CCSD financial practices (ABC News 4).
- East Cooper parents angry children have to move schools next year (Post & Courier).
- Black leaders: Charleston School Board fanning racial divide (Post & Courier).
- Columbia Urban League President James McLawhorn Junior To Speak at College of Charleston Winter Commencement (CofC).
- Charleston County’s School of the Arts fashion design major takes shape (Post & Courier).
- A son’s quest to redefine Strom Thurmond (Post & Courier).
- GOP senator: Streamline DSS, transfer its duties (ABC News 4).
- Reviewers blast proposed math, English education standards for S.C. (Post & Courier).
- December brings new bike parking restrictions to downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- 700 comments received on $500M Charleston harbor deepening (ABC News 4).
- Mount Pleasant rule change limiting council members moves forward (Post & Courier).
- Dorchester County Councilman says board costing tax payers money (Live 5 News).
- Council: SC database can stem prescription abuse (ABC News 4).
- Rodriguez relieved of command at Coast Guard Sector Charleston (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina has put a price on safety, and it’s a bargain (Post & Courier).
- Labor of love: Farmer camps out with trees through Christmas Eve (Live 5 News).
- DHEC urges testing, events planned for World AIDS Day (ABC News 4).
- Teach the Need trains high school students hospitality skills (Post & Courier).
- Local mission gives out gift cards (ABC News 4).
- Shooting victim shows up at Hollywood fire station, taken to MUSC (Live 5 News).
- Cell phone signal led police to missing Mount Pleasant woman’s body (Post & Courier).
- Charleston youths take to Customhouse steps in continued Ferguson protests (Post & Courier).
- Quiet Atlantic, busy Pacific: Hurricane seasons end (Live 5 News).
- DUI suspect arrested, tased during traffic stop (News 2).
- Sprinkler in downtown apartment extinguishes kitchen fire (Post & Courier).
- S.C. Gas prices look set to drop below $2 (The Digitel).
- Police investigating after 50-year-old killed in N. Charleston shootout (Live 5 News).
- SC marks Winter Weather Awareness Week (ABC News 4).
- Family prepares for another Christmas without loved one 4 years after unsolved murder (Live 5 News).
- SC National Guard turns to USC marketing students to boost recruiting (News 2).
- Family members talk about loved one killed during deputy-involved shooting (Live 5 News).
- Horry teen girl shot and killed in Bass Pro Shops parking lot, boyfriend charged (News 2).
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