- Domestic violence reform finalized by S.C. House (Post & Courier).
- GCPD: Loud booms heard by residents came from operations at Naval Weapons Station (Live 5 News).
- NCFD: Fire at CSX Bennett Yard now under control (Live 5 News).
- Former owner: We may know who taped dog’s muzzle shut, gives description to Animal Control (ABC News 4).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans: 5/29 – 5/31/15 (HCS).
- Weekend plans with Holy City Sinner (ABC News 4).
- Counter Culture Coffee to open training center in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- A breezy guide to some of the beaches’ shore-fire culinary winners (Charleston City Paper).
- Spero chefs infuse food with fun, experimentation and global favors that delight the palate (Post & Courier).
- Westbrook Beer Dinner at Bohemian Bull: 6/18 (HCS).
- Squid ink tortillas and huitlacoche at Mini Bar (Post & Courier).
- Kathryn Dennis: Pregnancy Rumors Swirl (FITS News).
- Charleston Baseball Hall of Fame Releases 2015 Candidates (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston’s Keith Summey sets the stakes in mayors’ challenge ahead of Stingrays’ Kelly Cup series (Charleston City Paper).
- North Charleston City Gallery to Showcase Works by Four Local Female Artists (North Charleston).
- In search of the weird, the wonderful, and the tasteless on Center Street (Charleston City Paper).
- Bark For Your Brew Returns to The Joe on June 7th (HCS).
- The Charleston Police’s Pipes Band is trying to raise some money for new kilts (Kickstarter).
- Stingrays open up ticket sales for Kelly Cup (Ticketmaster).
- Charleston City Ballet eschews Disney with their version of Beauty and the Beast (Charleston City Paper).
- Tickets on Sale for Patriots Point’s Fourth of July Fireworks Blast (HCS).
- Clarke, Wise Named Louisville Slugger All-Americans (CofC).
- Life’s a beach and then you listen to live music (Charleston City Paper).
- Mount Pleasant clothing designer’s sales get boost from ‘Mad Men’ (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Special Olympics Flame of Hope’s route will close Charleston roads from Johns Island to Mt. Pleasant (ABC News 4).
- Shepard Fairey gives Terrace Theater two works (Charleston City Paper).
- ‘Teen Mom 2’ personality jailed on domestic violence charge in Myrtle Beach (Post & Courier).
- Circus music act This Way to the EGRESS juggle aural and visual spectacles (Charleston City Paper).
- City Paper cartoonist Steve Stegelin talks art and satire at TEDxCharleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Ex-S. Carolina state Sen. Ford sentenced to 5 years probation (ABC News 4).
- Kiawah officials mum on financial probe (Post & Courier).
- Haley welcomes Volvo to SC, hiring to begin in 2017 (Live 5 News).
- Charleston planning director Keane leaving for similar job in Atlanta (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Isle of Palms eyes hike in parking fines (Post & Courier).
- Stegelin: Options for 2016 (Charleston City Paper).
- District: ‘Hasty, incorrect decision’ made; student can wear sweatshirt (ABC News 4).
- MPPD: Man charged after stealing car with dog inside (Live 5 News).
- Train car catches fire in North Charleston (News 2).
- Increase in deadly accidents on South Carolina roads, new report finds (Live 5 News).
- CAS: Dog could lose tongue after muzzle taped shut, reward offered for suspect info (ABC News 4).
- Beach-ready suits that will make your summer sizzle (Charleston City Paper).
- Rare signed Harper Lee novel stolen from book store (ABC News 4).
- Authorities: 14-year-old struck in hit-and-run near Summerville Town Hall (Live 5 News).
- Citizen tip leads to arrest of suspected West Ashley thieves (Live 5 News).
- Today’s police departments look more and more like occupying armies (Charleston City Paper).
- College of Charleston to offer free Math Camp to high school students (Moultrie News).
- Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition awards scholarships to S.C. students (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Police in Dorchester County need help identifying burglary suspects (News 2).
- The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce unveils Zucker Family Inspiration Room (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Three bodies accidentally exhumed, returned same day (News 2).
- Mating season for alligators makes for interesting video on Facebook (ABC News 4).
- 4 mixed-use projects on Charleston BAR’s agenda (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- MUSC heightens security measures for visitors (ABC News 4).
- Volvo: Workers, infrastructure key in SC plant selection (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: Hot dog party animal (Charleston City Paper).
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