- Late night shooting confirmed at North Charleston nightclub (Live 5 News).
- Police investigate shooting with conflicting stories (ABC News 4).
- Police warn of new panhandling rules taking effect Sept. 18 (Live 5 News).
- Officials leaning towards ‘soft closing’ for some Charleston bars (Live 5 News).
- Temporary deal lets Uber operate at Charleston airport if it signs off on agreement (Post & Courier).
- Left Behind: Choice creates system of winners and losers (Post & Courier).
- 2015 College Student Guide (Charleston City Paper).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans (HCS).
- Anti-abortion groups protesting across the Carolinas (ABC News 4).
- Tattooed Moose Opens Johns Island Location this Tuesday (HCS).
- Fuel plans new menu, new logo, new locations (Post & Courier).
- New Earth Fare supermarket set to open in Summerville (Post & Courier).
- Bow-chicka-bow-wow: It’s Whiskey…After Dark (HCS).
- MENU: Brunch starts Sunday at The Westendorff (Charleston City Paper).
- Start the fasting now — The Mac Off is coming to the Grove on October 24th (HCS).
- Find Your Perfect Charleston Fried Chicken Match (Eater Charleston).
- A coffee cretin gets schooled at the Counter Culture training center (Charleston City Paper).
- The Hottest Brunch Spots in Charleston, August 2015 (Eater Charleston).
- Imbibe editor takes stock of current cocktail scene (Post & Courier).
- Sweet Lulu’s Bakery On Wheels Ready to Park in Mt. Pleasant (HCS).
- Garcia’s Tortilla House trying to lure aficionados of popular breakfast tacos (Post & Courier).
- Huriyali Gardens Opens on Huger; ChuckTown Seafood Mobile Gets Storefront (Eater Charleston).
- Jimmy Hagood brings barbecue to Beard House (Post & Courier).
- Are You Squiding Me? (Yelp Charleston).
- Andrew Michael team plans one-night stand at Edmund’s Oast (Post & Courier).
- Mercantile and Mash and The Cedar Room Eye September Opening (HCS).
- Cooper River Bridge Run 2016 design unveiled (Live 5 News).
- Minor League Mecca: Charleston rises to fifth in national rankings (Post & Courier).
- Where to plan your fantasy football draft party in Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Coast Guard Station Charleston service member throws first pitch at RiverDogs game (Post & Courier).
- With or without King Dusko, King Street was never a music hub (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Home + Design Show: Fall Edition Scheduled for 8/28-30 (HCS).
- In search of concussions, school district trainers put athletes to the test (Live 5 News).
- Longtime Charleston band Weigh Station to release new album next week (Post & Courier).
- They’re Baaack: Reptiles Ready to Invade During Repticon (HCS).
- New Theatre Charleston head to offer a fresh point of view (Charleston City Paper).
- Friday Night Rivals: Week 0 highlights, scores, and galleries across the Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- After rocky road in music industry, local band Madam Adam launches own studio, record label in West Ashley (Post & Courier).
- It’s Electric! Charleston Celebrates National Drive Electric Week (HCS).
- Pop-Up Charleston director Peter Spearman is passing the baton (Charleston City Paper).
- Local Pop-up Book Shop Seeking Funds (HCS).
- Charleston Rally with Bernie Sanders on August 22 (News 2).
- Democratic candidates vying to fill Pinckney’s seat take part in debate (Live 5 News).
- Trump Makes 16 Candidates Joining Tim Scott’s Town Halls (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey (HCS).
- Appeals court agrees SC robocall ban is unconstitutional (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County Calls for Citizen Input through Survey for Community Needs (Charleston County).
- Charleston Mayor Joe Riley set to take back Longborough park (Post & Courier).
- Founded in Charleston, IJ Review plans to dominate the 2016 campaign cycle (Charleston City Paper).
- Potentially relocating terrorists to Hanahan brig not a big fear there, but seen as a bad idea (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County Council Announces Vacancies on Boards and Commissions (Charleston County).
- We need to be sensitive to the nuance of history, but not whitewash it (Post & Courier).
- Lawsuit filed against former N. Charleston police officer charged with murder (Live 5 News).
- Lawsuit: BCSD negligent for not reporting sexual relationship between girl, Goose Creek assistant principal (Post & Courier).
- Affidavit: Suspect admits to shooting, killing 15-year-old boy (Live 5 News).
- Goose Creek man expected to face more charges in housing fraud investigation (Live 5 News).
- Real estate agents offer tips to avoid rental fraud (ABC News 4).
- Backyard chickens on Folly Beach should be approved, supporter says (Post & Courier).
- Boone Hall reenactment cancellation creates social media backlash (Live 5 News).
- 1 killed, 3 others injured in crash on Highway 17 in Ravenel (ABC News 4).
- MUSC deserves credits for acknowledging the sins of their forefathers (Post & Courier).
- How to get around Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Mt. Pleasant attorney arrested on assault, indecent exposure charges (Live 5 News).
- Museum project gets big gift in name of NAACP President Dot Scott (Post & Courier).
- Charleston investigators arrest third suspect in March homicide (Live 5 News).
- Man in wheelchair scrambling to find new home after apartment complex sold (ABC News 4).
- Study: Forestry provides 90,000 jobs, nearly $19B to state economy (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Rifle Range Rd open after collision knocks down power line (Live 5 News).
- Eyes on Tropical Storm Danny (Post & Courier).
- Engines for Emanuel to Raise Funds for Charleston Church (News 2).
- Suspect arrested, others sought for pizza delivery driver armed robberies (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County grows more concerned about stalled Naval Hospital redevelopment (Post & Courier).
- Mt. Pleasant police to hold BBQ Friday to benefit kids at Christmas (Live 5 News).
- Oh Danny boy, please go somewhere else (Post & Courier).
- National Guard base in SC holds mock “shooter” exercise (Live 5 News).
- When everybody wins, something’s lost (Post & Courier).
- SC’s DUI campaign gears up as summer season comes to end (ABC News 4).
- Train derails in North Charleston; No injuries reported (Live 5 News).
- 200 years of clothing history on display in state museum (ABC News 4).
- Engines for Emanuel to Raise Funds for Charleston Church (News 2).
- Twins separated for college after move-in day at Charleston Southern University (Post & Courier).
- Emergency crews working wreck involving police car in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Coroner: 93 year old woman hit, killed by car (ABC News 4).
- N. Charleston hotel facing lawsuit alleging basketball player assault (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston Police chief selected as Riley Institute fellow (Post & Courier).
- Deputies: Man accused of trying to set sister’s home on fire turns self in (Live 5 News).
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