- Haley on floodwaters approaching Lowcountry: ‘This is a different kind of bad’ (ABC News 4).
- SCEMD: Georgetown Co. will see flooding in next 12 hours (Live 5 News).
- Town of Andrews, nestled between Santee and Black Rivers, prepares for worst (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Co. urging residents near Edisto, Santee rivers to leave their homes (Live 5 News).
- Berkeley County to open shelter Friday afternoon (News 2).
- 33 dogs relocated from Charleston shelter to ease overcrowding in flood’s wake (Post & Courier).
- Rescue crews recover animals left behind as people escape floods (ABC News 4).
- See Photos of a Baby Squirrel Saved From South Carolina Floods (Good Morning America).
- Closings, cancellations and postponements (News 2).
- Flood waters in no hurry to go (Post & Courier).
- With broken spirits, heartbroken Huger neighbors return to destroyed homes (ABC News 4).
- ‘Love Thy Neighbor’ effort to help flood victims has roots in Emanuel AME tragedy (ABC News 4).
- After the flood, a rush to preserve drinking water (ABC News 4).
- Woman clings to cross for hours awaiting flood rescue (News 2).
- Verizon donates $40,000 to Red Cross and Harvest Hope Food Bank (News 2).
- WATCH: Folly Beach surfers make the most of big waves during weekend-long storm (Charleston City Paper).
- Flooding victims reunited with police officers who saved them from drowning (ABC News 4).
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- City of Charleston receiving reports of people claiming to be with FEMA (Live 5 News).
- Scam Alert: Jury Duty Scam (ABC News 4).
- Should Charleston restaurants stay open during severe storms? (Charleston City Paper).
- Biergarten Hosts Flood Relief Fundraiser Tomorrow (HCS).
- Upcoming Vegan Restaurant Gnome Cafe Displays Signage (Eater Charleston).
- The Parks Conservancy Invites You Out to Lunch on 10/23 (HCS).
- Starters shine at Ms. Rose’s Fine Food and Cocktails (Post & Courier).
- BK’s Halloween Whopper is a savory lab-to-table nightmare (Charleston City Paper).
- R Kitchen to occupy half of Heritage at Seabrook (Post & Courier).
- The Hottest Brunch Spots in Charleston, October 2015 (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston Jewish Food & Heritage Festival celebrates KKBE sanctuary’s 175th anniversary (Post & Courier).
- Summerville girl meets Seahawks’ Jimmy Graham after tearful video goes viral (ABC News 4).
- Actor Channing Tatum gives video shoutout to Summerville High School (Post & Courier).
- Musicians release SC Flood Relief compilation (Charleston City Paper).
- Imbibe in Friday’s Pabst Blue Ribbon Art Showcase (HCS).
- Fossil in the marble among new Gaillard Center’s architectural flourishes (Post & Courier).
- Follypalooza Takes Over The Edge of America on 10/24 (HCS).
- Indie new-wavers the Winter Sounds find an even keel in music that soars and swoops (Charleston City Paper).
- The Gaillard Center’s success hinges on the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (Charleston City Paper).
- Johnson C. Smith University Concert Choir to perform in landmark Spoleto Festival USA production of Porgy and Bess in 2016 (Spoleto USA).
- Jail Break founder Andrew Walker talks creativity, burn out, and walking away (Charleston City Paper).
- Sally King Benedict rediscovers Charleston in her latest exhibit, “Returning” (Charleston City Paper).
- Perry Orth to start at quarterback for Gamecocks against LSU (Post & Courier).
- Brave Baby delivers defining sophomore LP Electric Friends (Charleston City Paper).
- Food & Bev-Focused Mayoral Forum Scheduled for Monday (HCS).
- State senator, Charleston sheriff hold justice forum (ABC News 4).
- Reining in the Beach Company (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Jimmy Bailey, Jr. (HCS).
- Mt. Pleasant Town Council candidates must battle a rapidly growing community (Charleston City Paper).
- Union campaign targeting Boeing South Carolina moves online with NLRB ruling (Post & Courier).
- Baker Motor Company Aims to Raise $10,000 for Susan G. Komen Lowcountry with #PinkRibbonRolls Campaign (BMC).
- 64-year-old N. Charleston man killed in fiery wreck on Rivers Avenue (Post & Courier).
- Coroner: Remains found in Awendaw are homicide victim (ABC News 4).
- Truck collides with school bus in Moncks Corner (ABC News 4).
- Police searching for suspect in shooting, robbery (Live 5 News).
- 3-month-old injured in Daniel Island crash (Post & Courier).
- Harbour Club hosts Charity Classic benefiting Camp Rise Above (News 2).
- Blotter: Paint it blue (Charleston City Paper).
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