- Would-be tour guide trio calls Charleston’s licensing practices unconstitutional (ABC News 4).
- Doctor whose 9 dogs died in SUV takes plea deal, pays $500 fine (ABC News 4).
- Resolution filed to house Lowcountry homeless on Old Navy Base (Live 5 News).
- Charleston police advising caution after four downtown armed robberies (Post & Courier).
- Twenty-five people in SC tested for Zika virus; No confirmed cases in state (Live 5 News).
- Cold shelter opens as temps dip down to 30s, warm up on the way (ABC News 4).
- Cold spell could bring lowest temps of the season, forecasters say (Post & Courier).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans: 1/29/16 – 1/31/16 (HCS).
- Holy City Sinner runs down the weekend’s top events (ABC News 4).
- A comprehensive guide to slurping ramen in Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Real deal hot chicken at Nana’s Seafood & Soul (Post & Courier).
- 492 Launches New Winter Menu (HCS).
- Poogan’s Smokehouse Goes Whole Hog for Brunch (Eater Charleston).
- Huger Street’s North Central Delicatessen opens its doors (Charleston City Paper).
- Star Taco opens in Park West (Post & Courier).
- Victor Social Club Celebrates Chinese New Year with 2 Nixons Pop-Up (HCS).
- 5 Things to Know About the Downtown Home Team BBQ (Eater Charleston).
- Warehouse to Host “Savage South” Valentine’s Day Dinner (HCS).
- Roti Rolls debuts community dinner series (Post & Courier).
- Downtown Dining Under Ten Bucks (Yelp Charleston).
- The Best Dive Bars in Charleston (Thrillist).
- The Cocktail Club “Celebrates” V-Day with the Jilted Lovers Affair (HCS).
- Panera Bread and Chicken Salad Chick Now Open (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston’s favorite French restaurant finds a home in Savannahadm (Connect Savannah).
- Charleston’s Roti Rolls Food Truck Is Coming to Atlanta (Eater Charleston).
- Halls bartender wins car at Feed the Need tourney (Post & Courier).
- New shows set for comedians T.J. Miller and Todd Barry (Charleston City Paper).
- Young creatives in Charleston don’t care about career stability and they aren’t afraid to fail. But are their lives sustainable in this city? (Charleston City Paper).
- Chelsea Does offers an outsider’s look at Walter Scott’s death and race in the South (Charleston City Paper).
- Panthers CB raffling Super Bowl tickets for charity (ABC News 4).
- Spoleto seeks local singers for ‘Porgy & Bess’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Stingrays make the rounds at MUSC’s Children’s Hospital (ABC News 4).
- Eddie White’s Swamp House is where the magic happens for local music community (Post & Courier).
- Ray LaMontagne to play in Charleston this year on North American tour (Post & Courier).
- Artist Will Langston gives his art away (Charleston City Paper).
- Support Pure Theatre at Pure Experience Party with upscale food, auction (Post & Courier).
- Cam Newton to Michael Oher during free agency: I need you (Sports Illustrated).
- Lowcountry Oyster Festival rooted in local history (Post & Courier).
- Shem Creek parking garage construction disrupting neighbors (ABC News 4).
- Bill requiring refugees to be tracked makes its way to Senate floor (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County Family Court Offers New Payment Methods (Charleston County).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Councilman Mike Seekings (HCS).
- Charleston Republicans say Marco Rubio won GOP debate in Iowa (News 2).
- Governor Haley set to receive Gadsden Award (ABC News 4).
- Kiran Singh Sirah to talk race, conflict resolution at Charleston County library (Post & Courier).
- Rapid-transit bus system from Summerville to downtown aims to ease traffic (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Russell Guerard (HCS)
- County Greenbelt program to provide funding for purchase and protection of more than 600 acres for park site (Charleston County).
- Assault suspect seriously injured jumping from car, I-26 west shut down (ABC News 4).
- ‘Headshots’: SLED adds charges against man accused of threatening mayors, police (ABC News 4).
- Folly Beach murder-for-hire suspect pleads guilty, will serve 8 years (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Animal Society assists in rescue of 600 animals from North Carolina no-kill shelter (Post & Courier).
- Stand-Up Sunday addresses problem of gun violence (ABC News 4).
- USC student who put window cleaner in roommates’ food avoids jail time (ABC News 4).
- Health clinic offers free flu shots (ABC News 4).
- Folly lighthouse preserve to gain $1 fee as laser counter tracks inlet popularity (Post & Courier).
- Summerville convict gets 30 years for home invasion in Moncks Corner (Live 5 News).
- Cutter sunk in World War II being remembered in SC (ABC News 4).
- Gwynn’s of Mount Pleasant is currently undergoing an expansion at its 916 Houston Northcutt location. More than 2,000 square feet of dressing room and luxury lounge space will be added to the store. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of April. The store will remain open while the renovation is underway.
- Battling girl’s brain tumor, Lowcountry mom looks to West Coast, medical marijuana for help (ABC News 4).
- Bohicket Creek Bait and Tackle is now South Side Bait and Tackle (SSB&T). In addition, the business relocated from Bohicket Marina to 3874 Savannah Highway in West Ashley. The grand opening will be Saturday, March 12th from 11am -2pm. Any donations collected and a portion of that day’s sales will be made to the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
- Charleston woman wins $250,000 from scratch off ticket bought on James Island (ABC News 4).
- USC Student, 19, found dead in off-campus Columbia apartment (News 2).
- Companies increasingly using podcasts as communication tool (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- NCPD clears wreck at International Boulevard and I-526 (Live 5 News).
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