- Volvo bringing first U.S. factory, thousands of jobs to Berkeley County (ABC News 4).
- S.C. lured Volvo with $204M incentives package (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Concerns about South Carolina’s crumbling roads follow Volvo announcement (News 2).
- Coroner: Body of missing Summerville woman found (Live 5 News).
- 2 seconds: Deputy fired weapon at homeowner almost instantly, video shows (ABC News 4).
- Taking the bait: Charleston police catch criminals using decoys and GPS trackers (ABC News 4).
- Woman killed was driving similar car in Lowcountry shootout (News 2).
- Family turns to social media, finds brother after 60 years of searching (Live 5 News).
- Simpson sends Stingrays to Eastern Conference finals with four-point night in Game 6 (News 2).
- A Sneak Peek at Screen Door Before the Booths Are Full (Eater Charleston).
- Artist David Boatwright Putting the Finishing Touches on (Eater Charleston).
- Unknown vine sprouts small-batch wine (Post & Courier).
- Lights are In at Upcoming Brunch Spot The Westendorff (Eater Charleston).
- Head chef Joe DiMaio leaves Stars (Post & Courier).
- New community garden to help feed community, spread green thumbs (ABC News 4).
- Summerville attempts to brew world record sweet tea (Post & Courier).
- Home Team BBQ in Sullivan’s Island Ready to Celebrate Anniversary (HCS).
- Developments at Ellis Creek Fish Camp on Harbor View Road (Eater Charleston).
- Limehouse Produce buys land for new warehouse (Post & Courier).
- Westside Deli Turned Over to Cru Cafe’s John Zucker (Eater Charleston).
- Sapakoff: Hey, College of Charleston, want more male students? Try football (Post & Courier).
- Andy Cohen Speaks Out About Thomas Ravenel’s Accusation (Bravo).
- Local musicians rehearsing, recording in downtown storage units must find new home (Post & Courier).
- Casting Call for Single Men in Charleston (HCS).
- Google I/O Extended event comes to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Crimson Screen Horror Film Festival Starts Friday (HCS).
- Former Wando standout Jamie Childers signs with Carolina Panthers (Post & Courier).
- Here’s what happened at the Ryan Adams show last night at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center (Charleston City Paper).
- Sapakoff: NFL, ‘Financial Football’ lesson score at Stall High School (Post & Courier).
- “Movies at Magnolia” Scheduled for Saturday, May 16th (HCS).
- No. 18 CofC Baseball Wins CAA Regular-Season Crown with Series Sweep (Live 5 News).
- Old Crow Medicine Show performs in North Charleston this week after winning Grammy (Post & Courier).
- The Charleston Cab Company is looking for someone to design a logo for their upcoming smartphone application (99 Designs).
- Cracker to Play The Windjammer on May 23rd (HCS).
- Revived Gamecocks playing for their baseball postseason against No. 1 LSU (Post & Courier).
- Human Resources Release Music Video Ahead of New Album (HCS).
- ICYMI: Here’s Holy City Sinner on Friday’s ABC News 4 at 5 pm (Video).
- Tyler Boone Releases Music Video for “Austin” (HCS).
- Citadel baseball’s Connor Walsh, James Reeves earn awards (Post & Courier).
- S.C. domestic violence programs get federal boost (Post & Courier).
- US Rep. Clyburn, US Commerce Secretary Pritzker talk trade (Live 5 News).
- Panthers players, Tim Scott teach Stall students about finances (ABC News 4).
- Following the money in the mayoral race (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County schools consider bell schedule proposals (ABC News 4).
- Summerville Board of Architectural Review expected to make final vote on boutique hotel (Live 5 News).
- Victory in Europe: Charleston pilot was there at the end of World War II 70 years ago (Post & Courier).
- Free skin cancer screenings on Folly Beach (News 2).
- Graduation schedule for SC colleges (Live 5 News).
- Gov. Nikki Haley to address students at USC commencement (Live 5 News).
- Public invited to “Rethink Folly Road” in hands-on design session (Live 5 News).
- Dick’s Sporting Goods to open in June in Mount Pleasant; now hiring (Post & Courier).
- Video: Still no closure for family of man shot to death in car (ABC News 4).
- Student from Ashley Ridge High School chosen for 2015 Congress of Future Medical Leaders program (News 2).
- Horizon Project renamed WestEdge, first 2 buildings proposed (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Authorities: SCE&G worker suffers severe injuries from electrical shock (Live 5 News).
- Fire reported at West Ashley HS turned out to be dust (ABC News 4).
- Road closure on Clements Ferry for Wando River bridge replacement (News 2).
- Man dies in Johns Island tractor accident (Post & Courier).
- Folly Beach’s Center Street Beautification Day set for 5/18 (HCS).
- Roads closed as fire crews respond to Mt. Pleasant fire (ABC News 4).
- Internet pioneer Steve Case makes his case for nurturing startups (Post & Courier).
- Charleston area workers who sued over lost jobs at American LaFrance reach 6-figure settlement (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston man wounded after hearing banging on door (Post & Courier).
- West Ashley fire, multiple agencies respond (News 2).
- Charleston among top areas returning to normal housing activity (Post & Courier).
- Free software to replace Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Outlook, Quicken and more (Post & Courier).
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