- SC Gov. declares state of emergency as rains continue across Lowcountry, SC (ABC News 4).
- Roundup of weekend events canceled due to weather (Charleston City Paper).
- Joaquin becomes ‘dangerous Category 4 hurricane’ (ABC News 4).
- Hurricane and rainstorm are locked in a dangerous dance (Live 5 News).
- Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- All Charleston County School District schools closed on Friday due to weather (Live 5 News).
- Friday’s high school football games moved due to storms, flooding concerns in Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- Forest Acres police officer killed in shooting at Richland Mall (Live 5 News).
- Gov. Haley suspends Dorchester County Coroner Chris Nisbet after misconduct indictment (Post & Courier).
- Trial delayed for church shooting suspect (ABC News 4).
- CARTA adds Wi-Fi to all express and main line buses (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry Street Grocery’s bus hopes to drive out hunger (Charleston City Paper).
- Fish joins the Sunday brunch crowd (Post & Courier).
- Turning Your Restaurant Job Into a Career: Megan Deschaine, Bar Manager of 492 (The EveryGirl).
- Slow Food Charleston Designates October 12-18 “Goatober Week” (HCS).
- Tour Charleston’s First Food Hall Mercantile and Mash (Eater Charleston).
- Restaurant review: The Westendorff serves up satisfying food for any hour (Post & Courier).
- Prohibition and Coast Brewing Co. Team Up for Beer Dinner on 10/8 (HCS).
- Carolima’s is now open (Post & Courier).
- Blondies Bagels & Cafe Brings the Dough to Daniel Island (Eater Charleston).
- Wild Game Dinner Returns to Circa 1886 this November (HCS).
- You can buy your way to front of the line, or drink your way out of it (Post & Courier).
- J.Crew visits Queen Street Grocery … kind of (Charleston City Paper).
- What an oyster shucker thinks you should know (Post & Courier).
- Sandwich Haven Persimmon Cafe to Offer Boozy Beverage Choices (Eater Charleston).
- The Lot is grounded in seasonal, locally sourced ingredients but menu crosses globe (Post & Courier).
- Sean Brock’s Next Cookbook Will Focus on Husk (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston chocolatier turns beans into bars (Post & Courier).
- Wishbone Heritage Farms lays quail, duck, chicken, and goose eggs (Charleston City Paper).
- Hogs for the Cause cancels Saturday event due to weather (Post & Courier).
- Striped napkin love enfolds Charleston restaurants (Post & Courier).
- Two new CBS shows produced in Charleston debut Saturday, feature local actors (Post & Courier).
- Clemson: Saturday’s football game on schedule to be played (ABC News 4).
- Film about South Carolina’s Gullah history picked up by PBS (Post & Courier).
- Casting call for all 10-13 year old boys who wanna star in a major motion picture (Charleston City Paper).
- Vote in The City Paper Music Awards NOW! (HCS).
- Toro y Moi continues to explore new ground with hip-hop-influenced Samantha (Charleston City Paper).
- “Vice Principals” was filming at the downtown Taco Boy on Tuesday.
- Boone Hall Fright Nights Features Four Terrifying Attractions (HCS).
- Get Smart On Art (Yelp Charleston).
- On Wednesday, “Southern Charm” cast members were filming at the Woodhouse Day Spa in Mount Pleasant.
- Who to see at Hogs for the Cause (Charleston City Paper).
- Lambos, Camaros, and Bentleys, oh my! Fireball Run to roll through Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- Charleston could learn a lot from downtown Greenville (Charleston City Paper).
- Brandi Carlile brings roots, rock energy of latest album “The Firewatcher’s Daughter” to the PAC (Post & Courier).
- In the race for mayor, the candidates are nearly all the same (Charleston City Paper).
- Poll asks South Carolinans about the Confederate flag, other issues (Live 5 News).
- Lt. Gov. McMaster kicks off effort to help seniors with pets (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Rep. Limehouse won’t seek re-election (The State).
- Charleston County School District cutting costs in wake of $18M budget shortfall (ABC News 4).
- Students wear scarlet letters, claiming gender bias in dress code enforcement (Post & Courier).
- CofC to automatically accept top local students (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Board could approve state’s 4th review of Planned Parenthood (ABC News 4).
- The Board of Architectural Review is inherently flawed (Charleston City Paper).
- CPD: Body found in woods behind grocery store (ABC News 4).
- Two teens, 12-year-old arrested after Victoria’s Secret incident in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Police release bank robbery suspect photo (ABC News 4).
- Police: 16-year-old girl says man tried to abduct her in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Charleston region holds up well against competitors in annual economic scorecard (Post & Courier).
- Person hurt when bridge washes out in Spartanburg (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Romaine Marion-Heyward (HCS).
- Additional suspects sought in shooting death near Moncks Corner (Post & Courier).
- Blotter: Getting trashed, literally (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston to host international journalism conference (Post & Courier).
- Changes coming to Powerball this weekend (News 2).
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