- Goose Creek High principal, athletic director return to work after investigation (ABC News 4).
- Police: Man found inside home with gunshot wound after allegedly shooting girlfriend (ABC News 4).
- SLED declines to release video amid new allegations in Seneca police shooting (Post & Courier).
- Solicitor: Witness allegations in Tucker Hipps’ case won’t yield charges (Live 5 News).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans (HCS).
- Charleston Navy Brig to be reviewed as possible terrorist holding site (Post & Courier).
- Halls Chophosue was chosen as the Best Steakhouse in South Carolina (Business Insider).
- Huriyali Gardens, Huger Street’s new hidden oasis, opens next week (Charleston City Paper).
- Small Plate Crawl in the Works for November; SOL Partners With Meals on Wheels (Eater Charleston).
- Chick’s Fry House announces fresh-cut fries (Charleston City Paper).
- Cool off with yum woon sen at Lanna (Post & Courier).
- Spectator Hotel’s bar is open & the Grand Bohemian’s Élevé restaurant opens soon (Charleston City Paper).
- 10 last-ditch summer libations to drink now (Charleston City Paper).
- Brick House Kitchen Hosts a Sunday Funday with Kaleo (HCS).
- SUSTO signs with Paradigm Booking Agency (Charleston City Paper).
- The First Day Festival is this Sunday (HCS).
- Video: Thomas Ravenel Scuffles Over Another “Mystery Woman” (FITS News).
- Terrace Theater screens Manglehorn, followed by a Q&A with director David Gordon Green (Charleston City Paper).
- New style of play allowed at Sertoma Classic (Live 5 News).
- Photo Gallery: Sertoma Football Classic Thursday (Post & Courier).
- Spruill Ave. ice factory gets a TV-worthy makeover (Charleston City Paper).
- Wando’s Tucker Heffron, Academic Magnet’s Jesse Dooley named soccer All-Americans (Post & Courier).
- Who you’ll hear from at Hi Harmony benefit (Charleston City Paper).
- WCKN (Kickin 92.5) Wins SCBA Station of the Year Award (HCS).
- McKinley: PURE’s Rodney Lee Rogers inspires North Charleston students to become playwrights (Charleston City Paper).
- Carolina Panthers prepare for Preseason opener vs Buffalo (News 2).
- Maikel Chang having breakout season for Charleston Battery (Post & Courier).
- Andy Coon gets inside the creative process with Talent Freaks (Charleston City Paper).
- Popular Thunder Road roller coaster demolished at Carowinds (ABC News 4).
- Citadel’s DaSean Daniels can no longer play, but he’s still a Bulldog (Post & Courier).
- Video: Brady Quirk-Garvan, chairman of the Charleston County Democratic Party, talks about the possibility of a Joe Biden presidential run (CNN).
- Chamber seeks extension for Glenn McConnell Parkway (Live 5 News).
- James Island finalizes purchase of land for Pinckney Park greenspace (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County Middle School named after local heroes (News 2).
- Charleston School of Law leaders withhold tenure (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County back to school security preps (News 2).
- Carolyn Murray speaks with 5-year-old Tyreik Gadsden (News 2).
- Report: Settlement for former sheriff’s crash totals more than $160K (Live 5 News).
- Former SPAWAR contractor arrested on massive child porn charges (Post & Courier).
- Identities released of man, woman killed outside Ridgeville night club (ABC News 4).
- SCE&G: Meeting St. reopen after gas leak repaired (Live 5 News).
- DPS officers worked $80K in overtime in month after Emanuel AME massacre (ABC News 4).
- MUSC resolution atones for past discrimination (Post & Coruier).
- Former sheriff Wayne DeWitt’s insurance settlement totals more than $160,000 (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston PD hosting Community Clean-up (News 2).
- Need a job? Hiring events held around the Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- Health care technology firm with Charleston roots raises $34 million (Post & Courier).
- Columbia pastor arrested in Florence, faces more criminal sexual conduct charges (Live 5 News).
- SC trooper fired after arrest in child porn investigation (ABC News 4).
- Mount Pleasant biomedical firm raises $2 million from investors (Post & Courier).
- Family of 2-year-old who died from E coli sues day care (Live 5 News).
- Georgetown mayor discusses business as steel mill completes shutdown (ABC News 4).
- Hanahan names new police chief (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: If I could talk to the fire trucks (Charleston City Paper).
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