- Charleston Mayoral Race Moves to Run-Off Between Stavrinakis and Tecklenburg (HCS).
- Singletary files $110M defamation suit day before losing North Charleston mayoral race (ABC News 4).
- Haley: SC has rebounded from floods (ABC News 4).
- Federal judge approves release of Charleston Shooter’s friend (Post & Courier).
- Wiley Johnson ousts Bill Collins as Summerville mayor (Live 5 News).
- Summey wins sixth term as N. Charleston mayor (Live 5 News).
- ‘People here still need help’: Businessman to talk about Midlands floods on ‘GMA’ (The State).
- A mayor’s perspective: 40 years of changing Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Mount Pleasant is a top 50 place to live in U.S., new report says (Post & Courier).
- Three local bakeries will be featured on ‘Unique Sweets’ episode next week (Charleston City Paper).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- Charleston Mix tames Bold & Spicy blend (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Gourmet Burger Co.’s marinade tastes like success (Charleston City Paper).
- Celebrate The Alley’s T-Shirt Release Party this Friday (HCS).
- Pacha Mama slings arepas in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- These four drinks make a great hamburger even better (Charleston City Paper).
- The Holy City’s Got Soul Food (Yelp Charleston).
- The Best Burgers in Charleston (Thrillist).
- Harris Teeter to open in former Piggly Wiggly on James Island next week (Post & Courier).
- Knife sharpening to help needy families at Thanksgiving (ABC News 4).
- Cinnamon Toasted brunch cocktail is no kid’s play at Fish (Post & Courier).
- Orangeburg County moving to closing bars earlier (ABC News 4).
- Mayoral hopeful John Tecklenburg unveils 5-point plan to improve Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Inside the Stavrinakis Election Night watch party (Charleston City Paper).
- Mount Pleasant voters resist higher taxes for parks (Post & Courier).
- Next televised GOP debate snubs Lindsey Graham (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina Democrats leaning all Hillary, poll this morning shows (Post & Courier).
- Limehouse: I-526 project in jeopardy but not off table yet (ABC News 4).
- Drainage Dilemma, West Ashley neighbors say over-development is making flooding worse (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Michael Bobby (HCS).
- You can’t have it all, Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Garden & Gun’s Jubilee Festival Returns to Charleston for 2015 (HCS).
- Y102.5 wants to know when you want to start hearing Christmas music (Charleston City Paper).
- The short films shine at this year’s Charleston International Film Festival (Charleston City Paper).
- Jam scene stalwart Grace Potter takes on a new soul-disco sound (Charleston City Paper).
- St. Timothy’s Church collects images of tattoos for new art exhibit, Hear Me Too (Charleston City Paper).
- Clemson, USC kick-off Palmetto Series Food Drive to benefit Harvest Hope (Live 5 News).
- Stingrays looking to break out of scoring slump (Post & Courier).
- Greg Payne & the Piedmont Boys hearken back to a wilder era of country music (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Veterans Day parade is Saturday (Post & Courier).
- Video of men entering cab led to arrest in Folly Road homicide (Post & Courier).
- Firefighters extinguish blaze in downtown Charleston home (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston man, out on bail twice, back in jail on armed robbery charge (Post & Courier).
- DHEC announces lower infant mortality rates; March of Dimes gives SC a ‘D’ (ABC News 4).
- Boeing donates $500K toward Charleston’s African American museum project (Post & Courier).
- Historic floods could have uncovered artifacts in SC (ABC News 4).
- Controversial Shem Creek office building underway (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Body of 5-month-old baby found; mother appears in court (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry officers killed in the line of duty added to Statehouse memorial (Post & Courier).
- Coroner: Bones found at downtown Charleston site not human (Live 5 News).
- Rewined named one of South Carolina’s fastest growing companies (Moultrie News).
- ‘Unity’ is an easy word to say, but fostering true diversity is difficult (Charleston City Paper).
- Boeing: Booming Market in Middle East (Live 5 News).
- Boy, 11, killed at bus stop remembered as loving, football fanatic (WBTV).
- Man accused of fondling teenage girl at haunted house in Cottageville (Live 5 News).
- Police, family turning to Facebook to find missing woman (Live 5 News).
- Coastal Carolina student dead in shooting near Conway (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County Hosts Recycling Collection Event Nov. 14 for America Recycles Day (Charleston County).
- Bond set at $300k for man accused of sexually assaulting CofC student (Live 5 News).
- Blotter: Waiting for the white glove treatment (Charleston City Paper).
- Charities help veteran find new home after gang violence forced family out of apartment (Live 5 News).
- Woman diagnosed with breast cancer during pregnancy dies months after son’s birth (ABC News 4).
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