- In the line of fire: Deputy’s path from shooting to healing and finding help (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina senator says sexist remarks were just jokes (Post & Courier).
- SC State Alumni rep: ‘We are in a storm’ (ABC News 4).
- A City of Ashes: When the Confederacy abandoned Charleston (Post & Courier).
- SLED investigating trooper involved shooting (News 2).
- Cumberland Street Smokehouse is now open (Charleston City Paper).
- Mad River Bar & Grille contents up for auction (Post & Courier).
- Mixson Bath & Racquet Club Hosts a Barrel-Aged Bash (HCS).
- Ruth’s Chris Steak House Marks Their Territory on the Market (Eater Charleston).
- 18 big ideas from the late-night input sessions (Charleston City Paper).
- Prix Fixe is Out at McCrady’s; Now They Have Individual Offerings (Eater Charleston).
- Floating restaurant Scarlett O’Hara went to a watery grave in Charleston harbor (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Distilling Co. Presents the Tolerance Cocktail Competition (HCS).
- 33 Essential Charleston Bars (Eater Charleston).
- 4th Annual Food Truck Rodeo Scheduled for Feb. 21 (HCS).
- Trendy Tavern & Table struggles with age-old dining woes: Food and service (Post & Courier).
- Chef Bob Carter’s Barony Tavern is Hiring Back of House Staff (Eater Charleston).
- Would Bone Broth Work in Charleston? (Eater Charleston).
- Monday celebrations at Proof, Edmund’s Oast (Post & Courier).
- Elise Testone releases new single (iTunes).
- Charleston County School District moves toward middle school football league (Post & Courier).
- Bob Dylan Returns to Charleston with Show at the PAC (HCS).
- Rene Russell releases album (Charleston City Paper).
- Stratford football players release balloons to honor coach who died of cancer (Live 5 News).
- Program showcases music scene at historic Charleston venue (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival Returns this March (HCS).
- Draft A Celebrity golf tournament returning to Ocean Course (Post & Courier).
- The Alley’s Ready to Host a Mardi Party on 2/17 (HCS).
- Gamecocks football recruit arrested in petit larceny case (Post & Courier).
- No. 10 South Carolina Sweeps DH to Steal Series From CofC (Live 5 News).
- Brad and Jennifer Moranz Debut “Rock and Roll is Here to Stay!” Next Month (HCS).
- Charleston artist Paul Puckett drawn to Lowcountry by SEWE (Post & Courier).
- Southern Season Set to Host a Fat Tuesday Soiree (HCS).
- Vice President Biden to Travel to South Carolina (WLTX).
- Dick Elliott drops out of Charleston mayoral race (ABC News 4).
- Graham’s consideration of 2016 complicates SC landscape (ABC News 4).
- Mayors focus on infrastructure, workforce, growth (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Blue laws aren’t South Carolina’s dumbest rules, but they’re close (Post & Courier).
- Charleston lawmaker Limehouse pushes to keep S.C. State University open (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- SC attorney general going after fraud in food stamp program (ABC News 4).
- Community members push for soft closings at bars in Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Charleston NAACP Vice President Rev. Joe Darby (HCS).
- House receives 2 plans to fix S.C. roads (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- S.C. leads states in automotive sector and tire exports (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Citadel cadets help make Valentine’s Day memorable for assisted living residents (The Digitel).
- Earthen Confederate fortifications hide in plain sight (Post & Courier).
- ‘Yes’ from above: Drone key in Valentine’s proposal (ABC News 4).
- C’mon, have a heart and get a dog (Post & Courier).
- MUSC study weighs Omega-3s in battling suicidal thoughts (ABC News 4).
- Pair of fatal crashes start Valentine’s weekend (ABC News 4).
- The wild in motion: species turnover constant, now driven by man (Post & Courier).
- Man shot in leg after argument at Florence mall (ABC News 4).
- Thousands attend fifth annual ‘Storm The Citadel’ trebuchet competition in name of STEM education (Post & Courier).
- ACA Deadline Is February 15th (News 2).
- 2 people and 2 dogs found dead inside home (ABC News 4).
Events1 day ago
Spoleto Announces Full 2023 Program
Spoleto Festival USA today announced programming for the 47th season of America’s premier performing arts festival, taking place from May...
Events1 day ago
IAAM to Host Public Programming Events in Anticipation of Grand Opening
Events1 day ago
Charleston Weekend Events
Events3 days ago
Basic Kitchen Partnering with Tarpon Cellars to Host Wine Lovers Dinner
Events4 days ago
Brookgreen Gardens to Celebrate Black History Month with Programs
Events4 days ago
CofC Interactive Speaker Series to Lead Discussion on Film/TV Career of Arts Management Alumna Emma Rose Isely
Art4 days ago
The Gibbes Museum of Art to Display Works from the National Museum of Wildlife Art