- Investigators: 4 dead, 1 wounded at home near Holly Hill (ABC News 4).
- 4-year-old girl collects cards for Emanuel AME victim’s son (ABC News 4).
- Ravenel Bridge turns 10 Friday (ABC News 4).
- One bridge opens, two cities transformed (Post & Courier).
- Celebrate the Ravenel Bridge’s 10th Anniversary this Weekend (HCS).
- Community leaders in North Charleston meet to discuss KKK fliers (News 2).
- Tattooed Moose moving earth to get Johns Island location open (Post & Courier).
- RiverDogs swung at beer milkshakes, got a big hit (Charleston City Paper).
- Butcher & Bee and SNOB present an all-veggie dinner this Thursday (Charleston City Paper).
- Pouring support at Bay Street Biergarten (Post & Courier).
- For heritage-breed farmers, finding a good butcher can mean a 460-mile round trip (Charleston City Paper).
- Cannon Green mixologist concocts refreshing watermelon cocktail with a kick (Post & Courier).
- Forthcoming Parlor Deluxe Installed Snazzy Signage (Eater Charleston).
- Sol Uses Kitchen Karma to Help East Cooper Meals on Wheels (HCS).
- Composting on wheels experiment may be over as founders get grown-up jobs (Post & Courier).
- Cocktail Bar Proof Takes a Vacation in New Orleans (Eater Charleston).
- Popularity of wheat porridge firmly reflected Charleston’s English roots (Post & Courier).
- Charleston claimed its share of Greek-owned restaurants over the 20th century (Post & Courier).
- The Griffon in Charleston, Thursday, Noon (Eater Charleston).
- Keyhole restaurant strike of ’42 led to brief unionization of waitresses (Post & Courier).
- State Museum Hosts “Pluto Palooza” to Celebrate Images (WLTX).
- Home Team BBQ Hosts Annual Bar-B-Qued Bluegrass Series Throughout Month of July at West Ashley Location (Home Team BBQ).
- How Yanks accidentally found the forever ignored Brett Gardner (New York Post).
- Swinney stresses discipline, consequences (Post & Courier).
- Registration Open for 16th Annual Race for the ARK (HCS).
- Before The Beach (Yelp Charleston).
- John’s Island Book Sale Scheduled for 7/24 & 7/25 (HCS).
- Bradford Lee Folk talks about farming, buying a bar, and the definition of bluegrass (Charleston City Paper).
- REVOLVE conference set for Oct. 29-30 at Wild Dunes (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston church shooting, flag debate put Haley in 2016 spotlight (News 2).
- Clyburn Announces Introduction of the Background Check Completion Act (Clyburn).
- Scott Walker brings new campaign to SC (News 2).
- Some in Charleston are not happy with Iran nuclear deal (News 2).
- It will take more than goodwill to heal this state (Charleston City Paper).
- Domestic violence panel tackles outreach (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Rep. Peter McCoy (HCS).
- The Beach Co.’s Sgt. Jasper appeal is a long shot (Charleston City Paper).
- Jenny Horne: Grandpappy Told Me I Was Kin To Jefferson Davis (FITS News).
- North Charleston to break ground on Intermodal Transportation Facility this year (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County considering sending recyclables to Horry County (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County deputies ask for help identifying burglary suspect (ABC News 4).
- Moroccan human rights activist commends Charleston’s recovery after church shooting (Post & Courier).
- Charleston man accused of soliciting nude photos from boy (ABC News 4).
- Wal-Mart eyes more Charleston area sites for smaller-format stores (Post & Courier).
- Blotter: Flying away with the flag (Charleston City Paper).
- Man accused of having sex with 14-year-old girl who became pregnant (ABC News 4).
- Myrtle Beach man finds, claims $1M lottery ticket from June (Live 5 News).
- State Ports Authority celebrates ‘memorable year’ while preparing for challenges (Post & Courier).
- Myrtle Beach sinks ordinance designed to keep sharks away (Live 5 News).
- Missing goat named Donkey found safe in Georgetown (ABC News 4).
- Parents face criminal charges after death of 6-month-old son (Live 5 News).
- Teen dies after 100-foot fall at Pickens Co. camp (Live 5 News).
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