- Vice President Biden, others honor Mayor Riley at grand tribute (ABC News 4).
- Questions of ‘Seahawk’ jail surveillance program on Slager, others worry attorney (ABC News 4).
- Michael Slager’s attorneys asking judge to reconsider bond (Live 5 News).
- Group has new effort to curb gun violence in South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- The Codfather fish and chips shop names an opening date (Charleston City Paper).
- Butcher & Bee Owners Launch Kickstarter for Nashville, Charleston Projects (Eater Charleston).
- Prohibition comes out swinging with tasting menu (Post & Courier).
- Winter Is Coming With New Restaurants (Yelp Charleston).
- La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant For Sale on King Street (Eater Charleston).
- Unbound JCC hosts Hanukkah Gospel Brunch (Post & Courier).
- First look: Take a tour through Minero’s new space (Charleston City Paper).
- Korean barbecue nears opening in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Chef Will Cisa has taken over Básico’s kitchen (Charleston City Paper).
- Tour the Sparkling New Renovations at Anson Restaurant (Eater Charleston).
- Faculty Lounge Still Shaking – Cocktails and Booties – a Year After Revamp (Eater Charleston).
- Celebrate Sinatra’s 100th Birthday at this Sunday’s “Swingin’ Affair” (HCS).
- Garth Brooks announces four local performances in February, breaks ticket sales record in an hour (Post & Courier).
- Review: Youth Model’s Open Season EP (Disco Teepee).
- Mixson Bath & Racquet Club Ready to Yacht Rock into the New Year (HCS).
- Jump, Little Children NYE show ticket lottery (Charleston City Paper).
- Market Street Saloon Hosts “Pass The Purse” Charity Event (HCS).
- Charleston Comedy Festival announces 2016 headliners (Charleston City Paper).
- Santa Has Plenty of Appearances in Charleston (HCS).
- Songwriter hopes new tune will help Palmetto Warrior Connection (ABC News 4).
- Roundball Classic announces teams for holiday tournament (Post & Courier).
- Muschamp: Ready for 2nd chance in SEC at South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- Tecklenburg announces formation of 2016 Inaugural Committee (Live 5 News).
- O’Malley: $5.3M Confederate flag proposal ‘appalling waste’ of tax dollars (Post & Courier).
- S.C. lawmaker sends Confederate flag Christmas card (WJHL).
- Wide gaps in minority, white graduation rates at The Citadel, report shows (Post & Courier).
- McConnell: College of Charleston must cut costs to make up $2.1 million deficit (ABC News 4).
- Donald Trump holds rally on USS Yorktown in SC (ABC News 4).
- Crusader seeks Charleston school board’s support for raising dropout age (Post & Courier).
- Farmers ask Haley to seek direct aid for destroyed crops (ABC News 4).
- Charleston’s BAR faces its biggest legal hurdle (Post & Courier).
- Haleys welcome public to Governor’s Mansion open house (ABC News 4).
- City residents face tax increase for drainage improvements (Post & Courier).
- Fire chief: Staff at some St. Paul’s Fire stations reduced to one firefighter (Live 5 News).
- Ted Cruz rejects calls for gun control at S.C. town hall (Post & Courier).
- Senate panel continues evaluating costs of October’s storm (ABC News 4).
- Mount Pleasant council to explore buying Shem Creek office site (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police searching for man who attempted daytime robbery of woman (Post & Courier).
- Affordable housing pinch in Charleston area prompts awareness campaign (Post & Courier).
- 3-year-old honors twin brother’s life as MUSC toy parade marshal (ABC News 4).
- Uber launches partnership in South Carolina to curb drunk driving (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Police Department to give Christmas flowers to homicide families (Post & Courier).
- Bears for Humanity donates stuffed toys to children of Emanuel AME Church (CRBJ Biz Wire).
- Lowcountry AIDS Services recently released a report on HIV/AIDS epidemic in Charleston.
- Vietnam vets using Patriots Point exhibit to treat PTSD (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston police looking for Wadmalaw man wanted for harassment (Live 5 News).
- Rising rents follow growth on Upper King Street (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Loggerhead returned to deep ocean aboard sports boat (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston police investigate man’s death (ABC News 4).
- J. Crew Mercantile to open in Mount Pleasant (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Social media outcry tries to stop man getting back dogs he’s accused of beating (ABC News 4).
- USS Yorktown memorial ceremony honoring those lost at Pearl Harbor (Live 5 News).
- Fire department’s truck catches fire (ABC News 4).
- East Central Lofts owners acquire adjacent site for 7-story apartment building (Post & Courier).
- Red Cross helping two Summerville residents after home fire (Post & Courier).
- American Red Cross assisting Goose Creek family after fire damages their home (News 2).
- City hoping to buy flood-prone Bridge Pointe townhomes (Post & Courier).
- Parking changes in the works for MUSC employees (Post & Courier).
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