- On Tuesday, city voters to decide who will succeed Joe Riley (Post & Courier).
- Charleston voters electing their first new mayor in 40 years (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry voters prepare for Election Day: what you need to know (Live 5 News).
- Candidates for North Charleston mayor (Post & Courier).
- Pharrell Williams sings ‘Freedom’ with Emanuel AME Gospel Choir at packed church on Sunday (Post & Courier).
- Filmmaker Ken Burns to host lecture on race in America to benefit African-American Museum (Charleston City Paper).
- Mr. Mayor: The Exit Interview (Garden & Gun).
- Judge seeks update in case against N. Charleston officer in Walter Scott death (Post & Courier).
- Teen wounded at fair says he has no idea how it happened (ABC News 4).
- Student tossed from desk can return to school (News 2).
- Enjoy Sandwiches from America’s Best Shops This Month at Butcher & Bee (HCS).
- Cortaditos Cuban Cafe Brings Ropa Vieja and Empanadas to Downtown (Eater Charleston).
- Poogan’s Smokehouse is now open for dinner (Charleston City Paper).
- The Ordinary edging toward new menu (Post & Courier).
- Frothy Beard Teams With St. Andrew’s For Charitable Ale (HCS).
- The Darling Shows Signs of Life With Window Signage (Eater Charleston).
- Chick’s to serve hot chicken on Tuesdays (Post & Courier).
- 2Nixons has launched a crowdfunding campaign (GoFundMe).
- Revelator Coffee Company coming to King Street (Charleston City Paper).
- Cape May-Based Peace Pie Moving to Meeting Street (Eater Charleston).
- Residents of 4 counties can apply this week for grocery help (News 2).
- Chef Blake Joyal IN at The Westendorff; Christopher ‘Ted’ Jackson OUT (Eater Charleston).
- Chefs injured while food trucking (Post & Courier).
- Shovels & Rope adds one more date to Charleston performance due to high demand (Post & Courier).
- “South of Hell” Extended Trailer Released (HCS).
- Shovels & Rope Add Third Music Hall Show After Selling Out First Two (HCS).
- Daughter of man portrayed by Tom Hanks in Bridge Of Spies to share memories of him at Terrace Theater this week (Post & Courier).
- Holiday Festival of Lights Opens on 11/13 (HCS).
- Film productions vie for limited pool of extras as Charleston scene grows (Post & Courier).
- Tickets Available for February’s Chase After a Cure Gala (HCS).
- Foundation morphs school gym into museum to honor legendary Summerville coach (Live 5 News).
- Comedian Eddie Izzard to Perform in North Charleston on 12/18 (HCS).
- Series on race with Ken Burns and Henry Louis Gates Jr. will launch in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Camp Happy Days’ 26th Cabooty Party is 11/13 (HCS).
- The Joseph Coker Podcast turns one (Charleston City Paper).
- College Football Playoff poll: Post and Courier reporters like Clemson No. 1, or 2 or 3 (Post & Courier).
- Experience Colonial Dorchester Under the British Crown (HCS).
- Emanuel AME victims to be honored at USC basketball exhibition game (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Southern’s Austin Brown, Tyler Tekac earn Big South honors (Post & Courier).
- The Post & Courier has endorsed John Tecklenburg for mayor (P&C).
- Profiling Charleston’s mayoral candidates: Leon Stavrinakis (ABC News 4).
- Profiling Charleston’s mayoral candidates: William Dudley Gregorie (ABC News 4).
- Jeb Bush shoots video while sitting in Patriots Point bomber cockpit (Post & Courier).
- House Ethics gives Harrell more time to prepare case (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: William Dudley Gregorie (HCS).
- Election Day: Mount Pleasant voters to decide on recreation tax referendum (ABC News 4).
- Nearly half of tri-county schools are above capacity, with Dorchester 2 the most crowded (Post & Courier).
- SC State responds to suit that higher ed in SC segregated (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Tasha Gandy (HCS).
- Charleston County School District Board members hit the brakes on plan for bus fleet (Post & Courier).
- Clyburns, SCANA make donations to SC State (Live 5 News).
- Study unveiled on biking the James Island connector (Post & Courier).
- County: Cypress Gardens forced to fire employees after flood (ABC News 4).
- Two arrested, one sought for stealing property at Crowfield Plantation (Live 5 News).
- Good Samaritan funds all treats, no tricks at Citadel Mall Halloween event (ABC News 4).
- Manufacturing slowdown has Port of Charleston exporting more empty containers (Post & Courier).
- Non-profit hopes to revitalize community one load at a time (ABC News 4).
- Coroner releases name of man struck, killed while lying on Highway 8 (Live 5 News).
- Second Norman Street shooting suspect in custody (ABC News 4).
- Jacobsen, cofounder and chairman of Friends of Mcleod, dies at 75 (Post & Courier).
- One of Colleton’s most wanted caught in Savannah (ABC News 4).
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