- 1st new Charleston mayor in 40 years inaugurated (ABC News 4).
- Hundreds watch history in making as John Tecklenburg is sworn in (Live 5 News).
- Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Locals react (Live 5 News).
- John Tecklenburg to begin West Ashley redevelopment plans immediately after inauguration (Post & Courier).
- Police investigating fire at Michael Slager’s former home in Hanahan (Live 5 News).
- 911 caller: Man threw something before fire at Michael Slager’s former home (Post & Courier).
- Protesters, group leaders exchange words after Slager protest (Live 5 News).
- What, if anything, could exonerate Michael T. Slager? (Charleston City Paper).
- SLED asked to investigate ‘irregular accounting’ at Charleston County School District (ABC News 4).
- Clemson, Alabama prepare for national showdown (Live 5 News).
- Gamecock fan, Citadel grad leading flyover for football title game (ABC News 4).
- Clemson’s “Beard Gang” hopes to bring home trophy, shaved faces (News 2).
- What will, won’t, must, must not and might happen in Clemson-Alabama (Post & Courier).
- Sources: Clemson star corner Alexander hobbled by bad hamstring (Post & Courier).
- Charleston metro ranked No. 17 on Milken’s Best-Performing Cities list (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- O’Malley could be excluded from upcoming Democratic debate in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Former Berkeley County Sheriff Wayne DeWitt pleads guilty to DUI (ABC News 4).
- Seven candidates make GOP main stage for debate Thursday in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Enter to win free AutoBanh Sandwiches for a year (Autobanh).
- Leaf to become Michael Toscano’s Le Farfalle (Charleston City Paper).
- Guest Chefs, Hot Chicken, and Temporary January Closings (Eater Charleston).
- $1,000 reward to the person who returns Aaron “Fiery Ron” Siegel’s notebook (Charleston City Paper).
- New owners up Italian quotient at Al Di La (Post & Courier).
- Co-Owners of Warehouse Opening Southern Tavern Calhoun’s in Bluffton (Eater Charleston).
- 60 Bull Cafe Will Offer Short Rib Hash, Anson Mills Grits, and More (Eater Charleston).
- Slow Runner reunites (Charleston City Paper).
- Keep Your Resolutions (Yelp Charleston).
- Man-made marsh might be future of Lowcountry shellfish, coast (Post & Courier).
- Stephen Colbert’s BLT Rant Is the Best Thing You’ll Watch All Day (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston Battery won’t hold Carolina Challenge Cup this year (Post & Courier).
- Cat’s Music in Summerville loses lease, to close after 18 years (Post & Courier).
- 2016 Charleston Marathon Schedule (HCS).
- Is it time for Charleston’s first mayoral rock band? (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Southern No. 6, The Citadel No. 13 in final FCS poll (Post & Courier).
- Society 1858 Presents “Stork Club” on 1/29 (HCS).
- Post and Courier’s Gene Sapakoff, Charleston’s Gary Smith honored by NSSA (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Sandy Tecklenburg (HCS).
- Marcus Amaker and Marjory Wentworth read inauguration poem for Tecklenburg (Charleston City Paper).
- Summerville council forces new mayor’s hand (Post & Courier).
- Alternative plan presented to solve Summerville congestion (News 2).
- DHEC chief recommends law changes to avoid future issues with abortion clinics (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police save woman from burning car after crash (Live 5 News).
- Report outlines progress, challenges fighting human trafficking in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Churches to open warming shelters Monday night (Live 5 News).
- Whitney Cox, blogger and mother of 2, dies of cancer at age of 28 (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County woman with 72 rabbits, 32 cats jailed (Post & Courier).
- Police make arrest in New Years Day hit and run (ABC News 4).
- Blackbaud Releases 2015 Fundraising Insights (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Video shows exterminator stealing money from restaurant (ABC News 4).
- CARTA rolls out three new Express buses (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Co-working spaces pop into Charleston area (Post & Courier).
- DaPore steps down as PeopleMatter CEO (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Parking garage pitched to Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island and Folly Beach (Post & Courier).
- GCPD officer found not guilty in 2014 DUI case (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina BMW’s record production a boon for Port of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston Holiday Inn converted into DoubleTree by Hilton (Post & Courier).
- Red Cross assisting family after fire destroys W. Ashley home (Live 5 News).
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