- Two dead following head-on collision on Hwy 61, Middleton Place (Live 5 News).
- Whole Foods Market To Open Store in Charleston (HCS).
- Dorchester County deputy suspended after being found in ditch near wrecked vehicle (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston Majors repeat as World Series Champions (News 2).
- Charleston mayoral candidates express views on gay, equal rights (Post & Courier).
- HoM Thinks Back on the Early Days of Upper King (Eater Charleston).
- Assessing Charleston’s culinary tours to find the best entertainment for your summer guests (Charleston City Paper).
- ‘Cause My Tea Is So Boba-licious, Baby (Yelp Charleston).
- Folly Beach to Host Fireworks Show on Labor Day Weekend (HCS).
- Village Rep commissions The Transcendents by acclaimed NYC playwright Derek Ahonen (Charleston City Paper).
- Celebrate Charleston’s Musical Diversity with Free Concert on 8/16 (HCS).
- Grand Bohemian hotel seeking artists for local gallery (Charleston City Paper).
- Here’s just some of what you’ll find on the Ohm Radio Charleston schedule (Charleston City Paper).
- Thanks to a Local Website, You Can Send Your Friends a Black Belt in Anything (HCS).
- Threshold Rep approaches what’s often called an anti-feminist play with humanity (Charleston City Paper).
- The Citadel Regimental Band and Pipes heading to Edinburgh for music festival (Post & Courier).
- I am Big Bird is a touching documentary about Caroll Spinney, the man under the feathers (Charleston City Paper).
- Aziz Ansari is getting his own Netflix series (Charleston City Paper).
- Beaufort’s Finesse’ gets back to his Gullah-Geechee roots with forthcoming LP (Charleston City Paper).
- Mix-up cited in crediting Bobby Harrell’s payment toward restitution in ethics case (Post & Courier).
- Senate leader: Statehouse rallies need law enforcement’s OK (ABC News 4).
- A look at the Berkeley County Superintendent finalists (Live 5 News).
- National Action Network calling for removal of Confederate Flag on Mt. Pleasant sign (News 2).
- Local Boy Scouts leaders say they plan to embrace new policy (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley Co. says its been overpaying school district by millions (Live 5 News).
- After parent outcry, West Ashley High pulls novel from summer reading list (Post & Courier).
- Wells Fargo Awards $100K to Business Scholarship Fund (CofC).
- CCSD looks into changing student interrogation rules (Live 5 News).
- Whitesville Elementary School’s Meet the Principal Night (News 2).
- New efforts announced to bring SC traffic deaths to zero (Live 5 News).
- James Island reviews 15 design firms for new Town Hall (Post & Courier).
- Supreme Court declines to hear SC cruise permit suit (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County School District’s Stuff the Bus Rally Day (News 2).
- Chad Sweatman wins Moncks Corner Town Council runoff (Live 5 News).
- City avoids free-speech concerns in effort to fix panhandling problem (Charleston City Paper).
- City’s panhandling ordinance ignores the real problem (Charleston City Paper).
- Governor Haley Orders Flags At Half Staff In Honor Of Fallen Columbia Firefighter (SConFire).
- Colleton County hosts 8th Annual Back-to-School Bash (News 2).
- Teen charged in Moncks Corner drive-by shooting that wounded 3 (ABC News 4).
- Traffic blocked, homes evacuated for Cannon Street gas leak (ABC News 4).
- Moped driver in serious condition after North Charleston crash (Post & Courier).
- Dylann Roof’s legal team asks for case reprieve to prepare for 2016 murder trial (ABC News 4).
- Water rescue caught on camera shows how quickly drowning can happen (Live 5 News).
- Nearly half of all shelter dogs of pit variety; Animal Society recommends owners sterilize pets (Post & Courier).
- Mt. Pleasant police rescue injured deer (ABC News 4).
- Economist on midyear job growth: Charleston ‘doing the best in the state’ (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Deputies respond to meth lab in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Sales rise, profits fall, outlook brightens at Charleston-based Blackbaud (Post & Courier).
- Summerville woman reaps benefit from blood donation (ABC News 4).
- Coast Guard searching Tybee Island for missing teens (News 2).
- DNR: SC teens can boat alone with proper certification (ABC News 4).
- Florida search stirs lost-at-sea memories for Lowcountry pair (Post & Courier).
- Southwest opens new ticket counter at CHS (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Blotter: Batman he ain’t (Charleston City Paper).
- Elevated high tides coincide with meteor shower, rare blue moon this week (Post & Courier).
- Rock Hill mom charged with burying dead newborn in backyard (Post & Courier).
- Child found unresponsive in feces covered home (News 2).
- UPDATE: Shelter agrees to accept 3 dogs found with duct-taped muzzles (ABC News 4).
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