- Police respond to a purse snatching and several assaults in Downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- $100 million boutique hotel expected to bring 350 jobs to Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Source: ‘Major news’ between PGA and Kiawah is return of Championship (ABC News 4).
- Former Lexington County Sheriff James Metts receives 12 months in prison (Live 5 News).
- Baltimore protests turn violent; police officers injured in clashes (CNN).
- Charleston Named “America’s Most Charming City” (HCS).
- Sean Brock’s Heritage cookbook wins James Beard Award (Charleston City Paper).
- Business partners Brad Creger, Mike Veeck, and Bill Murray plan Food Truck O’Rama (Charleston City Paper).
- D’Allesandro’s is making pizza cakes and they’re incredible (Charleston City Paper).
- Setting for creation of Gullah cuisine now on view (Post & Courier).
- Krispy Kreme giving a free dozen with a dozen purchase (News 2).
- Game On: A Unique Scene at Charleston’s Best Sports Bars (10Best).
- Blessing of the Fleet organizers, shrimpers make a social media push to buy local (Post & Courier).
- This Thursday, both Verde locations will donate one dollar for every salad sold to the Lowcountry Street Grocery’s Kickstarter campaign (Facebook).
- HuffPo Says Eli’s Table Has the “Best Grilled Cheese Sandwich in America” (HCS).
- King Street Cafe Saint Alban Will Bring Back Dinner Service (Eater Charleston).
- Union Provisions turns to Nathan Thurston for help (Post & Courier).
- Long-Shuttered Anson Restaurant Hiring Front of House Staff (Eater Charleston).
- Hootie & the Blowfish to Perform on “Letterman” this Thursday (HCS).
- Photo Gallery: 98 Rockfest (Facebook).
- This Thursday’s Taj Mahal show at the Charleston Music Hall has been moved to 10/22 due to illness (Instagram).
- “Biscuits & Jam” Outdoor Concert and Pig Roast Scheduled for 5/2 (HCS).
Charleston’s Pipe Band, the Charleston Police Pipes and Drums, brought home a first place prize April 18 after competing in the Rural Hill Scottish Festival and Loch Norman Highland Games held just outside of Charlotte, NC.
Bagpipe and drum competition is sanctioned by the Eastern United States Pipe Band Association (EUSPBA), and is generally held at 5 grade levels. Bands compete at grades 1-5. Charleston currently fields bands in grades 4 and 5. It was the Grade 4 unit that finished first out of eight bands beating competitors from across the Carolinas, Georgia, and Tennessee. Learn more about Charleston’s Pipe Band at their Facebook page.
- Spring Jam Recap (Disco Teepee).
- CofC Completes Sweep with 7-6 Win (Live 5 News).
- Five sessions to catch at Dig South (Charleston City Paper).
- College Alum Makes Original Art Designed To Inspire (CofC).
- 16 Things You Become Addicted to in Charleston (Matador Network).
- Blessing of the Fleet and Seafood Festival Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- St. Johns grad hopes training pays off during NFL Draft (ABC News 4).
- Photo Gallery: Kulture Klash (Post & Courier).
- Widespread Panic’s Drummer Will Join the Dyrty Byrds at Home Team BBQ (HCS).
- ACC leading rebounder transfers from Virginia to Gamecocks (News 2).
- With NCAA tournament nearing, Goose Creek’s Dambaugh delivers for top-seeded USC (Post & Courier).
- Holy City Sinner to Guest Host on The Bridge This Friday (HCS).
- Bill reducing Charleston airport board’s size on way to Gov. Nikki Haley; Jenny Sanford could lose seat (Post & Courier).
- Tell-all book by ex-staffer isn’t on former Gov. Mark Sanford’s reading list (Post & Courier).
- Sanford affirms opposition to offshore drilling along Charleston Coast (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County schools faces a drop in taxes with a rise in enrollment (Post & Courier).
- Proposed Charleston ordinance requires Uber drivers to purchase business licenses (Post & Courier).
- Charleston City Council to take final vote Tuesday on hammock ban in parks (Post & Courier).
- 9 of 12 former Berkeley sheriff candidates support Duane Lewis (ABC News 4).
- Lawmakers weigh phasing out hospital-expansion controls (Post & Courier).
- Charleston fugitive on the run for 15 years located at produce stand in NC (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Social: How to donate safely, easily to Nepal earthquake recovery efforts (ABC News 4).
- Boeing kicks of annual food and essentials food drive (Live 5 News).
- Carowinds new giga coaster stuck for third time, parkgoers say (WSOCTV).
- Lowcountry doctor among Mt. Everest avalanche survivors (Live 5 News).
- Water Missions: Trip to Nepal could be most difficult in nonprofit’s history (ABC News 4).
- Police: Death at club an apparent accident (Live 5 News).
- Officers reach out with coffee and pizza (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina: The Most Dangerous State In America (FITS News).
- Nexton Opens Grandly, Posts Strong Sales (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Prepare for your Future with the Charleston County Summer Youth Program (Charleston County).
- Prosecutors ask for prison for 2 officers in Taser case (ABC News 4).
- Meth lab report leads to drug arrest by Berkeley County deputies (Post & Courier).
- 1 killed, 2 hospitalized after pickup hits Mack truck (ABC News 4).
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