- Police: Suspect’s brother also involved in fatal Charleston shooting (ABC News 4).
- Police: Brothers tried to cover tracks in Charleston ‘revenge’ slaying (Post & Courier).
- Rally to mark one month since shooting death of Walter Scott by officer (ABC News 4).
- 1 arrested after police find 3 homes hit by bullets in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Missing teen found in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry Giving Day Returns on Tuesday (HCS).
- Mellow Summerville Hosts Founders Beer Dinner on Monday (HCS).
- Best Places to Day Drink in South Carolina (Country Outfitter).
- Two Area Restaurants Featured on “Beautiful Dishes” List (HCS).
- Saint Alban brings dinner back, Apartment A is open, & more leftover food news (Charleston City Paper).
- Bi-Lo ground beef recalled due to plastic fragments (News 2).
- Bread tests and sausage sampling at Lewis Barbecue sneak peeks (Post & Courier).
- Bittermilk Launches a Line of “Not Quite Simple Syrups” (HCS).
- Lowcountry Splash sells out five weeks before the open water swim takes place (Post & Courier).
- Dragon Boat Festival Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Hiiigher Frequencies Creative & Healing Arts Festival Preview (HCS).
- The 2021 PGA Championship, wood storks and Johns Island traffic (Post & Courier).
- The Local Palate Hosts a “Toast to Spoleto” on 5/27 (HCS).
- Busy tournament season for Folly, Mount Pleasant piers (Post & Courier).
- Gamecocks on the brink after another SEC series gets away (Post & Courier).
- Black Like Me puts African-American artists in the spotlight (Charleston City Paper).
- Wescott plans camps for Drive, Chip & Putt competitors (Post & Courier).
- At GOP confab, Haley blasts Republicans in legislature (ABC News 4).
- Crossover week: Life and death for lawmakers’ bills (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County sheriff runoff is Tuesday (Post & Courier).
- Sullivan’s Island voters to pick most of Town Council on Tuesday (Post & Courier).
- AOL co-founder Steve Case to visit Charleston with $100K to invest (Post & Courier).
- Summer job outlook on the upswing for teens, but still not at pre-recession levels (Post & Courier).
- Wounded Nature turns focus to decades of trash left in Charleston’s harbor (ABC News 4).
- An argument that was purely academic — and uneducated (Post & Courier).
- Mary Moultrie remembered as activist, trailblazer at funeral service (Post & Courier).
- SC Police stations act as havens for online buyers, sellers (ABC News 4).
- State police won’t release dashcam video of officer shooting (ABC News 4).
- MeadWestvaco merger among the South’s biggest so far this year (Post & Courier).
- Black Hawk crews train to recover downed aircraft (News 2).
- Enough Pie, If You Were Mayor launch community contest (Post & Courier).
- Registration opens to hunt deer at Savannah River Site (ABC News 4).
- Sheep shearing show shapes up for Middleton Place (Live 5 News).
- Blotter: Walker, hallway rager (Charleston City Paper).
- Rising middle-class have options in hot Charleston-area housing market (Post & Courier).
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