- Protest chant quashed by woman’s rendition of ‘Amazing Grace’ outside Emanuel AME (ABC News 4).
- Woman takes down Confederate flag on S.C. Statehouse grounds just hours before pro-flag rally (Post & Courier).
- Majority of House, Senate support taking down Confederate flag (Post & Courier).
- Video: What we can learn from Joe Riley: Mayor of Charleston for 40 years (Today).
- Charleston police ask for help finding missing 24-year-old man (ABC News 4).
- Witness to Charleston church shooting meets with prosecutors (Live 5 News).
- Lemonade stand on Isle of Palms raises thousands for Emanuel AME victims (ABC News 4).
- New law means Uber rides will continue in South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- Youngest, oldest church shooting victims laid to rest (Live 5 News).
- Joe Biden at Emanuel AME Church service Sunday: ‘I wanted to show solidarity’ (ABC News 4).
- Family of Myra Thompson celebrates ‘home going’ Monday (ABC News 4).
- Great Bethel church to hold evening of healing for Emanuel AME families (Live 5 News).
- Bikers grateful to lend hand during service for Charleston shooting victim (ABC News 4).
- Jeb Bush To Meet With Charleston Pastors (Huffington Post).
- Blackbaud makes donation in wake of church shooting (Post & Courier).
- The Incredible Ways Art Is Helping Charleston Unite After Church Massacre (Huffington Post).
- Community United adds more auction items to benefit victims’ families (Post & Courier).
- Human Wall Barrier: “Our Holy City stands strong” (ABC News 4).
- Church, civic, business communities come together to prepare funeral repasts for victims (Post & Courier).
- Calhoun Street in front of Emanuel AME Church now open (ABC News 4).
- Hundreds honor the Rev. DePayne Middleton Doctor, whose love set an example (Post & Courier).
- Red Cross volunteers a constant welcome sight for mourners at Emanuel AME (ABC News 4).
- Menkoi Ramen House Reopens With Same Menu (Eater Charleston).
- Pay-as-you-can cafe in North Charleston serves up generous portions of love (Post & Courier).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- The Westendorff Chef Promises Boozy Milkshakes and ‘Elevated Casual’ Menu (Eater Charleston).
- Indigo Road Restaurants Offering Drink Specials on the 4th of July (HCS).
- BI-LO recall Southern Home Fat Free American Singles (News 2).
- What Are Your Favorite Cheap Eats Around Charleston? (Eater Charleston).
- Home cooks eligible for Tomato Trek prizes (Post & Courier).
- Bay Street Biergarten to Host Charity Tap Takeover in July (HCS).
- Ice Cream Shop Criticized for Confederate Flag It Doesn’t Own (News 2).
- Ellen Bright closure displaces Aaron Short’s seafood (Post & Courier).
- SC Aquarium Celebrates July 4th with Sea, Stars, & Stripes (HCS).
- Crossfit Integrity hosts Memorial Workout for church victims (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina’s Dawn Staley backs Confederate flag removal for reasons bigger than basketball (Post & Courier).
- Solust Rocks the Grand Lawn this Friday (HCS).
- Charleston’s Shelby Rogers loses at Wimbledon with heavy heart and knee brace (Post & Courier).
- 2nd Annual 4th of July Weekend Kickoff Party Scheduled for 7/2 (HCS).
- Clemson remains among linebacker Lamar’s favorites; Gamecocks still strong with Character (Post & Courier).
- Easton Corbin Plays Boone Hall Plantation this Thursday (HCS).
- Lively Moves: Celeb dancers Derek and Julianne Hough bring ‘Move Live on Tour’ to the PAC (Post & Courier).
- Info on Folly Beach’s 2015 4th of July Fireworks Display (HCS).
- Lindsey Graham: Pursuing Constitutional amendment on gay marriage would hurt GOP (ABC News 4).
- Black leaders call for delay of CCSD search while black community mourns Emanuel AME (ABC News 4).
- A student of cities: Charleston planner Tim Keane on growth, transportation and the future (Post & Courier).
- Paper bags only for small yard waste collection beginning July 1 (North Charleston).
- KKK plans South Carolina State House rally (The Island Packet).
- 63-year-old man dies after struck by pickup truck in West Ashley (ABC News 4).
- Downtown Charleston streets re-opened following closure for gas odor (Live 5 News).
- JetBlue flight diverted to Charleston after ‘odor’ reported by crew (ABC News 4).
- Fort Sumter furls its Confederate flags, probably forever (Post & Courier).
- Police searching for man sought in credit card fraud at Goose Creek Publix (Live 5 News).
- Charleston’s World Heritage bid heating up this summer (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston man arrested on child pornography charges (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston students’ science experiment blown up again (ABC News 4).
- Authorities investigate fire that destroyed black SC church (Live 5 News).
- Nexton Elementary ready to open (Post & Courier).
- Passenger exiting plane struck by lightning in Columbia (Live 5 News).
- Golden eagles soar to South Carolina (The State).
- National Action Network calls for new Lincoln High (Post & Courier).
- Convicted killer could go free after SC Supreme Court ruling (Live 5 News).
- Startups can get feedback on pitches at program coming to Harbor center (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Shark expert clears misconceptions following recent shark bites (Live 5 News).
- S.C. hanging on to its tenuous share of Fortune 500 (Post & Courier).
- Sheriff: Police officer hit girlfriend, shattered phones (News 2).
- Myrtle Beach tourist hits the lottery for $200,000 (Live 5 News).
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