- Judge dismisses civil case against Citadel (ABC News 4).
- Feds plan to lease waters off South Carolina for oil and gas exploration (Post & Courier).
- Famed SC civil rights protesters to have arrest records erased (ABC News 4).
- King Street hit-and-run suspect arrested in Georgia (ABC News 4).
- Senator dismisses attempt to rename Ravenel Bridge for African-American weavers (Post & Courier).
- Winter storm in Northeast has some folks down South concerned (Live 5 News).
- Make your own $30 menu at top restaurants (Post & Courier).
- Leading ladies of Food and Bev (Charleston Magazine).
- Jimmy John’s sandwich shop to open in West Ashley (Post & Courier).
- Cocktail Club Named One of the South’s Best Cocktail Bars (HCS).
- Básico Brunch Review (Basil and Bubbly).
- Breakfast and lunch popularity sets Saint Alban on new course (Post & Courier).
- Anatomy of an Icon: Glass Onion’s Fried Green Tomato Po Boy (Eater Charleston).
- The Yogurt Mountain on King Street has closed (Twitter).
- Ruth’s Chris Steak House announced that Jonathan Kaldas will be the executive chef for the Charleston location, which will open this spring.
- After 28 Years, Eli Hyman Still Has a Passion for Service (Eater Charleston).
- Ted’s Butcherblock Advances Jamey Fairchild to Head Chef (Eater Charleston).
- Indaco Hosts a Citrus Happy Hour on Thursday (HCS).
- A new event called the “New Music Expo” is scheduled to be held in Charleston this August (NME).
- The Bitterness Bash is Back at the Biergarten (HCS).
- Local musician Tom Mackell released his EP today (iTunes).
- Hollywood joins CofC alum’s family to launch safety campaign ‘Safety for Sarah’ (ABC News 4).
- Weird Al is coming Aug. 9. Here are his 7 greatest original (Charleston City Paper).
- 3rd Annual “Love Bites” Celebration Scheduled for 2/13 at Mixson (HCS).
- James Island’s Williams earns Joye Law Scholar Athlete award (ABC News 4).
- Bay Street Biergarten Has Lots on Tap for Super Sunday (HCS).
- Local Dancer Launches Weekly Latin Barre Exercise Class (HCS).
- Mayor Riley to deliver last State of the City address (News 2).
- US Sen. Tim Scott adding more veterans job sessions (Live 5 News).
- With state legislation pending, Uber wants PSC to cancel hearing (Post & Courier).
- Rick Perry to visit with Republicans in South Carolina (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Councilmen William Dudley Gregorie & Mike Seekings (HCS).
- House group passes its road plan; chairman expects changes (Live 5 News).
- Hispanic congressman explains immigration order at N. Charleston church (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County School Dist. begins hiring process for new superintendent (News 2).
- James Island school goes full Montessori (News 2).
- Horry County delaying use of tablets in elementary schools (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina charter school laws rise to No. 10 in national rankings (Post & Courier).
- Miles of sand fences going up at Folly to build new dunes (Post & Courier).
- Final repairs to Bees Ferry Road set for February (Live 5 News).
- Accident closes Ashley River Bridge lanes into downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Suspicious package being investigated near entrance to I’On (Moultrie News).
- Boeing’s first North Charleston-built 787 ‘Dash-9’ Dreamliner rolls off production line (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina unemployment falls to 6.5 percent in December (ABC News 4).
- Mount Pleasant girl fights cancer (News 2).
- South Carolina man found guilty in medical student’s fatal shooting (Live 5 News).
- Chickens now allowed on some residential lots in Berkeley County (News 2).
- Charleston Fire Department conducting training at downtown building (Live 5 News).
- CSX: Noise disruption in Wando Woods neighborhood came from locomotive engine (Live 5 News).
- USDA clears Spartanburg County animal park in fire (ABC News 4).
- Police say Marietta couple shot in the head, suspect charged with murder (Live 5 News).
- Laurens Co. Runaway Says She’s Coming Home (News 2).
- Man acquitted of kidnapping, sexual assault charges in Berkeley County (POst & Courier).
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