- Report: Widespread ‘lack of accountability’ in CCSD spending (Post & Courier).
- Court orders Joey Meek trial moved to Charleston (ABC News 4).
- City council surprises Riley with plan to rename Waterfront Park (Live 5 News).
- From Afghanistan to South Carolina: A refugee’s story (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry homelessness climbs nearly three times faster than state (Post & Courier).
- Shot in head in North Charleston, woman faces prospect of never seeing justice (Post & Courier).
- Police: Man arrested in weekend Park Circle shooting (Live 5 News).
- Coldplay pays homage to Obama’s rendition of ‘Amazing Grace’ from Rev. Clementa Pinckney’s funeral (MSNBC).
- City Offering FREE Parking Voucher for the Holidays (HCS).
- Mt. Pleasant’s ‘Gandhi of boiled peanuts’ gets a segment on CBS’ Sunday Morning (Charleston City Paper).
- Just in time for Thanksgiving, Edmund’s Oast is offering hot bourbon and gravy shots (Charleston City Paper).
- Smoke BBQ Brings Brisket Burnt Ends to Brunch (Eater Charleston).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- A ramen Thanksgiving feast for the hungry this Saturday (Charleston City Paper).
- Chick’s ups the heat for final hot chicken run (Post & Courier).
- Opening Report: Verde West Ashley, The Oyster Shed, and More (Eater Charleston).
- Maybank Public House just unlocked its doors (Charleston City Paper).
- Free Thanksgiving meals offered Thursday (ABC News 4).
- Another Charleston on display at Up South dinner (Post & Courier).
- The Drunk Santas Are Coming To Town (HCS).
- Six Food-Forward Dates for Lowcountry Couples (Eater Charleston).
- Buddy Roe’s reborn as Sawyer’s on the Boulevard (Post & Courier).
- Fort Dorchester student wins HS recipe contest (Post & Courier).
- Garth Brooks Performing in North Charleston for the First Time in 19 Years (HCS).
- Casting call for parents and tweenage kids (Charleston City Paper).
- Another shocker: 25 years later, Citadel stuns Gamecocks again (Post & Courier).
- Crying Gamecocks fan uses fame for a good cause (Charleston City Paper).
- Senior buy-in the key to Citadel football success (Post & Courier).
- Citadel’s Houston named SoCon coach of the year (ABC News 4).
- The Citadel’s Renew Named SoCon Offensive Player Of The Week (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County Parks’ Waterpark and Climbing Wall passes to be discounted for Cyber Monday (Moultrie News).
- Local high school teams in preseason basketball rankings (Post & Courier).
- RiverDogs Offering Holiday Ticket Packages (HCS).
- Caitlyn the dog visits Rick Springfield backstage at Charleston Music Hall (Post & Courier).
- Bucs earn No. 8 national seed; Will host Citadel-Coastal Carolina winner on Dec. 5 (Live News).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Marcus Amaker (HCS).
- Clemson, Carolina bands to perform tribute to Emanuel 9 during halftime show (ABC News 4).
- 3rd Annual Winter Wonderland Party Scheduled for 12/11 (HCS).
- Gamecocks receiver Pharoh Cooper leaving after junior season for NFL (Post & Courier).
- Homegrown Holiday Bazaar Returns on 12/5 (HCS).
- Vice President Joe Biden to attend Dec. 3 event honoring Joe Riley (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Co. jail facing officer shortage, forced to pay overtime (Live 5 News).
- City to consider changing height limit at Sergeant Jasper site (Post & Courier).
- Last in polls, last in debates. How long does Graham go on? (Post & Courier).
- Trump, Bush, Rubio return to SC for campaign stops (ABC News 4).
- Charleston tourism group proposing new carriage rules (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Blue Jamboree draws Democratic presidential candidates Clinton, Sanders and O’Malley to rally (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry Lowline project moving forward (News 2).
- Feds take a step closer toward wind farms off South Carolina coast (Post & Courier).
- Transportation designer reimagines Charleston with rapid transit system (ABC News 4).
- Charleston activists accepted risks even before Minneapolis shooting (Post & Courier).
- Police, coroner investigate body found (ABC News 4).
- Woman displaced from West Ashley home days before Thanksgiving (ABC News 4).
- Police investigating auto-pedestrian accident in Mount Pleasant (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry gives thanks and gives back by helping families in need (ABC News 4).
- Police searching for downtown Pizza Hut burglar caught on camera (Live 5 News).
- Tattoo culture in Charleston still struggling for acceptance after decade of legal operation (Post & Courier).
- Inside the Police Academy: How SC officers get trained (ABC News 4).
- Mount Pleasant man dies of injuries from motorcycle crash two weeks ago (Post & Courier).
- TriCounty Ministries annual Thanksgiving dinner a welcome meal for many families (ABC News 4).
- Health officials: Deadly ‘kissing bug’ reported in SC, across South (ABC News 4).
- BOGO Christmas Trees are back with a new way to give (ABC News 4).
- BCSO: Man loses shoes, nearly his jeans during escape attempt in Goose Creek (Live 5 News).
- Diamonds Direct, a direct diamond importer based in Charlotte, N.C., plans to open the doors at its new Mt. Pleasant location in early December (Diamonds Direct).
- Charleston cybersecurity firm PhishLabs raises $7 million, announces new HQ (Post & Courier).
- Heightened security at Charleston International Airport during holiday travel (Live 5 News).
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