- North Charleston community worried about KKK fliers (Post & Courier).
- Jail clerical error acknowledged in church shooting gun buy (ABC News 4).
- West Ashley man involved in fatal wreck after friend’s wake sentenced to 14 years in prison (Post & Courier).
- Chief Don Lundy placed on paid administrative leave (Live 5 News).
- NAACP, National Action Network continue calls for federal probe of North Charleston Police Department (Post & Courier).
- Deputies searching for missing man from Mount Pleasant (Live 5 News).
- Cast of Southern Charm hosts Emanuel AME benefit dinner this Sunday (Charleston City Paper).
- According to a press release, “A Community United,” raised close to $600,000 for the Mother Emanuel Hope Fund.
- Screen Door abandons Blake Joyal’s menu (Post & Courier).
- The Charleston Caribbean Jerk Festival Returns this Saturday (HCS).
- How to Eat Well in Charleston for Only $5 (Eater Charleston).
- Consulting Chef BJ Dennis Adds Local Flair to Palace Hotel (Eater Charleston).
- The Top New Cheap Restaurants, Mapped (Eater Charleston).
- Bon Banh Mi sets sights on expansion (Post & Courier).
- Woman tells police ‘Jesus’ would pick up seafood buffet tab at Myrtle Beach restaurant (Live 5 News).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- Gelinaz Shuffle chef from Denmark dials back formality at McCrady’s (Post & Courier).
- Old Village Post House to Host Wine Dinner Featuring Peaches (HCS).
- New HoM chef revamps burgers (Post & Courier).
- 8 Super Cheap Drink Deals in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston County EMS director’s new memoir gets mixed reviews (ABC News 4).
- New Parks for Playing, Relaxing in Charleston (Traveler of Charleston).
- Jason Isbell gives Charleston some love with ‘Palmetto Rose’ (Charleston City Paper).
- During their fundraiser for Emanuel AME Church’s victims’ families, The Alley raised $5,534.22 from bowling, arcade games, and a raffle.
- Coast Records Plans Rock Benefit for Mother Emanuel Fund (HCS).
- Charleston Artist Shepard Fairey pleads not guilty to tagging Detroit buildings (Yahoo).
- The 10th Taking Flight Comic Book Show Will Be Held at The Sparrow on 7/18 (HCS).
- With five state titles, former Berkeley football coach Jerry Brown wants one more chance (Post & Courier).
- Hipstory Of Yelp Review (HCS).
- Gamecocks’ Spurrier confident heading into 23rd SEC season (ABC News 4).
- Freshfields Village Raising Money for Backpack Buddies (HCS).
- How far will Haley’s ‘moment’ take her? (Post & Courier).
- N. Charleston woman: Father can ‘start fresh’ after president commutes sentences of 2 area drug dealers (Post & Courier).
- KKK says rally at Statehouse will go on without white robes or state’s Confederate flag flying (ABC News 4).
- 13 file to run for former Sen. Pinckney’s seat (Live 5 News).
- How Democrats lost, and then regained, the needed votes to lower the Confederate flag (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Mayor Joe Riley expects to raise $75 million for the International African American Museum before he leaves office (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County Council puts off final budget vote (News 2).
- North Charleston receives $1.6M grant to create job centers for at-risk youth (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- History has its place, but not at the people’s house (Post & Courier).
- Protesting SC flag takedown, NC man walking Confederate flag to DC (ABC News 4).
- Report of $29M sent to SC for Emanuel shooting false, DOJ says (ABC News 4).
- Irish backers hope their Ravenel Bridge plans get a green light (Post & Courier).
- Child, teen injured in West Ashley fire Monday (ABC News 4).
- Man who recorded Walter Scott video says he’s far from a hero, just someone who did what was right (Post & Courier).
- Lawyer moves to add SC State as defendant in higher ed suit (ABC News 4).
- Police: Dispute over $10 led to West Ashley drug shooting (Post & Courier).
- Deputies release surveillance images in Johns Island burglary (Live 5 News).
- More development headed to James Island (Post & Courier).
- Children on IOP beach describe multiple shark sightings (News 2).
- The art of not passing by (The Berkeley Independent).
- Charleston County deputy back on job after charge dropped (ABC News 4).
- Army Corps of Engineers issues permit for future Volvo site (News 2).
- Lawsuit alleges restaurant over-served alcohol prior to fatal wreck (Post & Courier).
- Police to hand out tickets — as a reward (ABC News 4).
- Possible jumper reported at the Ravenel Bridge, authorities say (Post & Courier).
- Germain Dermatology To Donate 15 Percent of Sunscreen Sales to the Mother Emanuel Hope Fund in July (Nelwater Consulting).
- Signal Point Road Recycling Dropsite reopens as convenience center (Moultrie News).
- Charleston County Offers Free Small Business Seminar on July 23rd (Charleston County).
- Toddler injured after discharging gun near face (News 2).
- Coroner: Florida teen dies in ropes course fall in SC (News 2).
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