- Charleston Once Again Chosen as Top City in U.S. (HCS).
- Ken Burger, former Post and Courier columnist, author and cancer fighter, has died (P&C).
- Man jumps to death at College of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- The ultimate punishment: A look at death row in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Judge to hear plea for bail from Charleston Shooter’s friend (Post & Courier).
- Dorchester County Coroner Chris Nisbet talks about police shootings, jokes about race in new videos (ABC News 4).
- Margie Bright Matthews wins in landslide to replace slain Sen. Pinckney (ABC News 4).
- Report: Victim bites off teen’s tongue in sexual assault in N. Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Why Eat a Regular Biscuit When There’s Biscuit Pockets at Callie’s? (Eater Charleston).
- How Mini-Bottles Shaped Charleston’s Cocktail Culture (Eater Charleston).
- Lowcountry to celebrate fifth national Food Day’s theme of moving “toward a greener diet” (Post & Courier).
- Mercantile and Mash Now Offers Chef’s Counter Lunch (Eater Charleston).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- Now Open: Lotus Vietnamese Cuisine (Post & Courier).
- 13th Annual Blessing of the Vines Festival Scheduled for 11/7 (HCS).
- New lecture series pairs Pluff Mud Porter with pluff mud talk (Post & Courier).
- Recap: Eater and Goose Island Beer’s Chef Meets Brewer Dinner at Jeremiah Bacon’s The Macintosh (Eater Charleston).
- The Perfect Culinary Weekend in Charleston (Annie Reeves).
- Wednesday: Marty McFly Welcome Party (HCS).
- Upcoming East Bay Restaurant Cane Shares Tropical Logo (Eater Charleston).
- Verde Celebrates Birthday on Friday with $3.65 Salads (HCS).
- Restaurants for teens where corsages and chicken tenders are a natural pairing (Post & Courier).
- Pig Out, Watch a Documentary, or Learn About Utensils (Eater Charleston).
- Mermaid dreams come true in photo shoots at Folly, Magnolia (Post & Courier).
- Carolina Panthers to help NC, SC high school teams dealing with flood damages (ABC News 4).
- Gaillard concert hall, blessed by Yo-Yo Ma, proves its acoustical mettle (Post & Courier).
- Warehouse will Celebrate Halloween on Back-to-Back Nights (HCS).
- Brian Wilson disciple and Explorers Club leader Jason Brewer talks with the Beach Boys mastermind (Charleston City Paper).
- “Wintour is Coming” to the Coliseum with Fall Out Boy (HCS).
- Gaillard presents ‘Sounds of the Holy City’ gospel-jazz concert (Post & Courier).
- In an e-mail blast to fans, Sol Driven Train said they hope to have their next album ready in time for their two-night New Year’s Eve run at the Charleston Pour House.
- Gaillard Center Grand Opening Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Watch Haley Mae Campbell’s performance of “All I Want” from an August concert at the Music Farm (YouTube).
- Jackson Browne Plays the North Charleston PAC in January (HCS).
- Historically Controversial Play ‘The Children’s Hour’ to Be Staged (CofC).
- Charleston mayoral candidates release final financial reports (Post & Courier).
- Stavrinakis campaign accused of misquoting non-profit exec (Charleston City Paper).
- Is Charleston Ready For An Openly Gay Mayor? (FITS News).
- Ex-Berkeley schools spokeswoman Amy Kovach suing district, local GOP (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston mayoral candidates weigh in on what ails the city (Charleston City Paper).
- Berkeley’s new superintendent already studying areas to improve, change (ABC News 4).
- Session 2016: A rough year ahead for South Carolina legislators (Post & Courier).
- Eastside neighbors hope new mayor will focus on rising housing costs (ABC News 4).
- Local governments express concern over running afoul of Heritage Act with monument changes (Post & Courier).
- City Planning Commission to review Jasper site height (Post & Courier).
- Donald Trump declares Charleston back in business following flood (Charleston City Paper).
- Florence to keep plaque with words “white,” “colored” (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Dot Scott (HCS).
- Mayor Joseph Riley to Speak at Adult Drug Court Ceremony (News 2).
- Police watchdog says latest arrest was retaliation (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry woman opts for bilateral mastectomy after BRCA test (ABC News 4).
- Authorities investigating reported shooting at Dorchester Manor (Live 5 News).
- Deputies arrest former detention officer for impersonating an officer (News 2).
- Attorney General: Child porn found at Charleston man’s home (Post & Courier).
- SCDOT: Road closures from flooding down 66 percent (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina officials hope tourism campaign eases flood losses (Post & Courier).
- $16.2 million Harbor View Road project continues with road closures (Live 5 News).
- Crews hope second drainage pipe will ease Main Road flooding, motorists not so sure (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina records first flu deaths of the season (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Animal Society special adoption event for animals rescued during flooding (News 2).
- Police head to schools to get students to sign gun pledge (Live 5 News).
- SC gas prices fluctuate slightly, remain under $2 per gallon (ABC News 4).
- The Citadel’s Leadership Day 2015 includes 1,200 cadets volunteering across Lowcountry (News 2).
- The Cassina Group partners with Historic Charleston Foundation (CRBJ Biz Wire).
- SC unemployment falls to 5.7 percent, lowest since Feb. 2008 (ABC News 4).
- Most Wanted: Terry Reno (Live 5 News).
- James Island Sally Beauty Supply robbed at gunpoint (Post & Courier).
- Boeing earnings, sales climb on higher jet deliveries (Post & Courier).
- S.C. man allegedly assaulted by cop claims officer retaliated on behalf of his brother (News 2).
- Charleston’s Bulldog Tours named Best Ghost Tour in U.S. (CRBJ Biz Wire).
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