- 3 missing Smoaks children to remain in foster care through weekend as deputies investigate (ABC News 4).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans (HCS).
- Joe Riley to join College of Charleston staff on July 1 (Post & Courier).
- ‘Take It Down Now’ campaign requesting NCAA to not support Medal of Honor Bowl (News 2).
- Is pollution poisoning Charleston’s African-American and low-income communities? (Charleston City Paper).
- Troubled Chicora area of North Charleston takes another hit (Post & Courier).
- Murder charges against Sidney and Tammy Moorer dropped in Heather Elvis case (News 2).
- Stephen Colbert reunites with former Stiles Point Elementary fourth-grade teacher (Post & Courier).
- 6 Things To Know About Upcoming Lewis Barbecue (Eater Charleston).
- D’Allesandro’s music video is the best thing to happen to pizza in Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Go for the hummus at Istanbul Shish Kabobs (Charleston City Paper).
- Low Tide Brewing Rolls onto Johns Island This Month (Eater Charleston).
- A podcast in partnership with Gravy (Post & Courier).
- Little Jack’s Tavern Closer to Opening With Job Fair (Eater Charleston).
- Crave Kitchen & Cocktails Will Give Back This Easter (HCS).
- Scott Shor of Edmund’s Oast talks online bullying at Pecha Kucha (Charleston City Paper).
- Will Blind Tiger Be the Same After Reopening? (Eater Charleston).
- James Island, rejoice: Cure restaurant focuses on the classics in very fine form (Post & Courier).
- Folly Beach’s St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl is this Saturday (HCS).
- Drink this: Prohibition rocks sweet happy hour deals (Charleston City Paper).
- Le Farfalle Launches Landing Page With Classic Elegance (Eater Charleston).
- SALT at Station 22 Will Again Host a Good Catch Dinner (HCS).
- Butcher & Bee Hiring Up for New Space on Morrison Drive (Eater Charleston).
- “Vice Principals” Trailer Released; The Charleston-Filmed Series Debuts in July (HCS).
- Preview: Charleston Fashion Week (Charleston City Paper).
- College of Charleston rewards Earl Grant with 2-year contract extension (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Battery single-match tickets on sale (CRBJ Biz Wire).
- 2GG Sassy Siri’s Advice for Holy City Sinner (Mix96Live.com).
- Charleston RiverDogs to add 6,000-square-foot, $3 million club level at Riley Park (Post & Courier).
- Gibbes Museum restoration nears completion (Charleston City Paper).
- Braves-Yankees Legends game set for May 27 at Riley Park (Post & Courier).
- President of African-American Museum named, opening planned for late 2018 (Charleston City Paper).
- The Alley’s Hoop Fever Tournament Returns on March 17th (HCS).
- Local singer/songwriter Haley Mae Campbell showcases a mature sound on EP Phone Home (Charleston City Paper).
- Matadero featured by NPR (Charleston City Paper).
- Lowcountry counselor who created program teaching boys life lessons to appear on national TV (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Daren Stoltzfus (HCS).
- Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson — the Charleston Symphony Orchestra celebrates country’s greats (Charleston City Paper).
- Organizers “call” for Icebox Open surf contest on Sunday, the last day of original contest window (Post & Courier).
- MRSOE! Presents Stand-Up at The Sparrow with Caleb Synan (HCS).
- Where are they now? CFW’s past Emerging Designer winners (Charleston City Paper).
- Poet Nikky Finney tries to make sense of Strom Thurmond, Dylann Roof, and the South’s legacy of oppression (Charleston City Paper).
- Patch Whisky paints mural on The Charleston Bus (Charleston City Paper).
- Registration Now Open for 2016 Moms’ Run Benefiting Postpartum Support (HCS).
- New marker notes where slaves sold in Charleston streets (Live 5 News).
- Gov. Nikki Haley, Sen. Tim Scott to stump for Rubio in Florida on Saturday (Post & Courier).
- Latest Sgt. Jasper plan deferred (Charleston City Paper).
- U-Haul development plan could overtake city park site on Upper King (Post & Courier).
- Purchasing sex in South Carolina could soon land you on the sex offender registry (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Metro Chamber president hopes to see roads plan passed this year (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Tony Lewis (HCS).
- Corrections officer: Juvenile Justice sites are ‘battleground for gangs’ (Post & Courier).
- Wartime Nurses to Share Personal Memories of Caring for Injured Battlefront Troops (Patriots Point).
- Water Missions International Hosts 10th “Walk For Water” on Saturday (HCS).
- Mother says bus driver intentionally stranded student at bus stop (News 2).
- Post and Courier receives Scripps Howard Awards for Emanuel AME, police-involved shootings coverage (Post & Courier).
- 1 killed in crash that shut down Highway 17 near McClellanville on Friday afternoon (ABC News 4).
- For U.S. car buyers, all is forgiven as Volvo’s Berkeley County plant gets under way (Post & Courier).
- Goose Creek man charged in undercover sting (Live 5 News).
- Report: Couple behind bars after shot fired during road rage incident (Live 5 News).
- No foul play suspected in Georgetown County inmate’s death (Live 5 News).
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