- Father of slain children in Orangeburg homicides, another man arrested on unrelated drug charges (Post & Courier).
- Court date set for accused Emanuel AME gunman in Charleston; gag order stays (ABC News 4).
- The Ravenel Bridge: 10 years later (News 2).
- One bridge, two guys, 45,000 to 50,000 plastic bricks (Post & Courier).
- Community members spread message of love after KKK fliers found dispersed in North Charleston neighborhood (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Co. sheriff to address KKK fliers, threats (Live 5 News).
- Man accused of taping Caitlyn’s muzzle shut due in court on Friday (Live 5 News).
- Students at 41 Charleston County schools to receive free breakfast, lunch in ’15-’16 (ABC News 4).
- Survivors stranded 16 hours offshore: ‘Without God, we wouldn’t be here’ (Live 5 News).
- Harold’s Cabin Predicts a Late 2015 Opening on Westside (Eater Charleston).
- Garden & Gun food issue celebrates Charleston dishes (Post & Courier).
- The Spectator Hotel Opens The Bar Tomorrow (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston chosen for Taste America tour (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- A Day of Dining on $10 in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Toast Offers Free Drink For Patrons that Complete the Bastion Crawl (HCS).
- Call settling in as Summerville football coach (Post & Courier).
- Top 10 Air-Conditioned Activities (Charlie).
- Competitive gaming scene emerges in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Rick Springfield Stops at the Music Hall on 11/18 (HCS).
- Curtis Frye tapped to join Team USA coaching staff for 2016 Summer Games (Live 5 News).
- J24 Southeastern Regionals highlight Charleston Yacht Club Regatta (Post & Courier).
- Upper Peninsula zoning changes could bring less industry, taller buildings (Charleston City Paper).
- Audit: Former Kiawah administrator, treasurer received $125,000 in unapproved payments (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant Town Council moves forward on tax increase referendum (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston County recycling plans still in the works (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Poet Laureate Marjory Wentworth (HCS).
- Corps has $2.4 million for Waterway dredging at IOP, Sullivan’s (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Outpaces the Nation in Tech Growth (The Huffington Post).
- Women honored at the Be Brave Brunch (ABC News 4).
- Big Brothers Big Sisters to close in August (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Clemson sets new rules for fraternities, sororities after controversial year (ABC News 4).
- Roaring ’20s-inspired Spectator joins Charleston hotel lineup (Post & Courier).
- Nick Price back on soccer field after brain surgery (News 2).
- CARTA comes under new management (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Airport director gets $33,000 raise, recommendations for improvement (Post & Courier).
- Kingstree man accused of trying to hit officer with car during chase (ABC News 4).
- UPDATE: Beached whales in North Myrtle Beach die despite rescue efforts (ABC News 4).
- Beaufort shaken after community leader accused in assault (Beaufort Gazette).
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