- Donald Trump reiterates Muslim shutdown stance during Yorktown speech (ABC News 4).
- Lindsey Graham: ‘Tell Donald Trump to go to hell’ (CNN).
- Police: Teen arrested at Donald Trump Pearl Harbor Day Rally (Live 5 News).
- Meet the protesters who took a stand against Trump (Charleston City Paper).
- Haley denounces call for Muslim ban; Charleston mosque issues invitation to Trump (Post & Courier).
- National series on race relations in America launches in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Burns, Gates talk about the fault line of race in America (Post & Courier).
- Judge hears from victim, raises tongueless teen’s bond to $1 million (ABC News 4).
- Nominations Now Being Accepted for Best of Charleston 2016 (HCS).
- South Carolina maintains low ranking on healthiest states list (Post & Courier).
- The Scoop on Snoballs at Upcoming Harold’s Cabin (Eater Charleston).
- High Wire releases 2015 watermelon brandy, rhum agricole (Post & Courier).
- Will a Turkish Restaurant Take Over the Former Firehouse Subs Space? (Eater Charleston).
- From hooch to haute cuisine – Fine dining in the Lowcountry traced back to illegal liquor trade (Post & Courier).
- Free CCPL lecture covers Charleston fruit history (Post & Courier).
- Slow Food Charleston to Teach “Tiny Tastemakers” about Local Food (HCS).
- Wide selection of oysters, catch of the day are the pearls of Cove Oyster Bar & Grille (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Burger Week helps Feed the Need, but there’s still more you can do (Charleston City Paper).
- Lowcountry already switched on to switchel (Post & Courier).
- Charleston hospitality head lands seat on James Beard panel (Post & Courier).
- Barry, Everett, and Miller Headline 2016 Comedy Festival (HCS).
- Meet the Silver Bells, Charleston’s one and only Christmas band (Charleston City Paper).
- Coach John Kresse to Speak at December Commencement (CofC).
- Three new Charleston bands to release debut records at local release shows (Post & Courier).
- Clemson’s Watson, Swinney earn awards from ACC coaches (ABC News 4).
- PURE avoids festive show fatigue by premiering five original shorts (Charleston City Paper).
- Redux’s current exhibit features a fresh face (Charleston City Paper).
- The Rose Ball Returns for its 4th NYE Celebration (HCS).
- Billie Fountain takes you to the sinister world of Harleston in Playing with Matches (Charleston City Paper).
- Get Discounted Admission to Aquarium with Donation To Flood Victims (HCS).
- Lynne Riding’s new exhibit considers life, love, and dirt (Charleston City Paper).
- Veteran rockers Drivin’ N’ Cryin to play Pour House after milestone year (Post & Courier).
- MRSOE! Presents Stand-Up at The Sparrow with Gilbert Lawand (HCS).
- Cam Newton thriving a year after frightening automobile accident (Post & Courier).
- Girls Rock Charleston’s students to play showcase after semester-long program (Post & Courier).
- Sandra J. Booker takes knife to art at the Charleston Artist Guild (Post & Courier).
- Civil suit filed against College of Charleston alleges hostile work environment, racial discrimination (Post & Courier).
- Rep. Tinkler to file bill to raise private money for Confederate Flag display (ABC News 4).
- Under Joe Riley, tourism in Charleston grew — and largely by design (Post & Courier).
- Outgoing Summerville mayor makes appointments before new mayor takes over (ABC News 4).
- Upcoming 2015/2016 Estate Workshops Offered by County Probate Court (Charleston County).
- Illumination Project plans to re-format policing in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Mount Pleasant votes to partner with county on S.C. 41 improvements (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Gov. Nikki Haley: State needs to get rid of its ‘money pits’, save millions on maintenance (ABC News 4).
- Fox News poll: Trump leads Republicans by 20 points in SC (ABC News 4).
- New Sickle Cell Disease Committee holds first meeting today (Post & Courier).
- 9-year-old Isle of Palms girl ‘makes a difference’ for homeless of tent city (Post & Courier).
- As Charleston’s tent cities grow, other communities find tangible solutions (Charleston City Paper).
- Summerville woman mistakenly released from Berkeley County jail (Post & Courier).
- Charleston man wants to be first paralyzed person to run Cooper River Bridge Run (ABC News 4).
- Emaciated hunting dog found with head stuck in pretzel jar (ABC News 4).
- Dinner to Honor Ministry Women (Fox 24).
- Charleston Police trying to ID burglary suspect (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston brothers heading to Disney with help from holiday cookie sales (Post & Courier).
- Sheriff: Greenville Co. deputy shot in head, suspect killed (Live 5 News).
- Vote Now To Support Local Charities (Yelp Charleston).
- Firefighters extinguish blaze at downtown Charleston home (Live 5 News).
- Spirit of giving expands along with local Christmas tree business (ABC News 4).
- Navy: Missing Goose Creek sailor turned self in Wednesday, had been in New York City (Post & Courier).
- Blotter: Scaredy Cat (Charleston City Paper).
- North Charleston man arrested on child porn charges (ABC News 4).
- East Shore Athletic Club’s name changing after Christmas (Post & Courier).
- Fink + Ink pop-in shop this Saturday (Charleston City Paper).
- $2 billion deal: Charleston-based apartment giant Greystar sells 32 properties (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police: Missing man found safe (ABC News 4).
- Man dies in dump truck-train collision (Live 5 News).
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