- Brussels attack: ISIS says it’s behind terror that killed 30; suspect sought (CNN).
- Cross High School’s Vernon Taylor ‘shaken’ by Belgium bombings (Post & Courier).
- Summerville native studying near Brussels in disbelief following attacks (Live 5 News).
- Charleston airport urges travelers to be aware after Brussels attacks (Post & Courier).
- Sens. Scott, Graham condemn Brussels attack (Post & Courier).
- Man wanted in Olive Garden shooting captured (ABC News 4).
- Citadel Sex Cases Moving Forward (FITS News).
- Bill to release SC cop shooting videos sent to Senate floor (ABC News 4).
- Panel OKs bill having SLED look into all SC police shootings (Live 5 News).
- Rev. Norvel Goff’s former parishioners deny defaming him (Post & Courier).
- Charleston RiverDogs open 2016 season with 25 new menu items (Post & Courier).
- Sean Brock picks Revelry Brewing to collaborate on a Jimmy Red corn malt liquor (Charleston City Paper).
- Circa 1886 Hosts Bourbon and Bacon Dinner Next Month (HCS).
- How Gullah Cuisine Has Transformed Charleston Dining (Eater Charleston).
- Edmund’s Oast, 167 Raw, & Maine Beer Company Partner for Pop-Up (HCS).
- 20 questions with ‘Top Chef’ winner and future Charleston restaurant owner Kristen Kish (Charleston City Paper).
- The 2016 Snail Award Winners are… (HCS).
- Signs of Progress at Michael Toscano’s Le Farfalle (Eater Charleston).
- Oregon brewer passes on Charleston, other sites for East Coast operation (Post & Courier).
- Operation Home Brings the Gimme Shelter Party Back to The Alley (HCS).
- Persimmon Cafe Breaks Ground on Summerville Store (Eater Charleston).
- Sermet’s Downtown to Debut Gospel Brunch Buffet on Easter (HCS).
- Local musician says he is ‘on the short list’ to replace AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson (Post & Courier).
- Kids Run & Wonderfest Takes Over Hampton Park on 4/1 (HCS).
- College of Charleston’s Donovan Gilmore to transfer (Post & Courier).
- Bat boy, equipment manager Will Small is Citadel’s ‘inspiration’ (Post & Courier).
- Rebelution to Play Riverfront Park this June (HCS).
- ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ is North Charleston PAC’s largest performance yet (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley’s search for football coach drags on (Post & Courier).
- DOT director asks money to be used on crumbling primary roads (ABC News 4).
- City council’s Sergeant Jasper discussion delayed again (ABC News 4).
- Traffic Alert: Lane Closures on Bees Ferry Road (Charleston County).
- North Charleston mayor spends Tuesday delivering meals to people in need (ABC News 4).
- House votes to give state employees 2 percent raises (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina’s refugee registry sponsor seeks compromise (ABC News 4).
- Ashley River Bridge Bike/Pedestrian Improvement Project Test Lane to Begin April 2 (Charleston County).
- Vietnam War veterans being honored in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: John Polk (HCS).
- Judge denies sentence reduction for man convicted in 2012 meth lab explosion (Live 5 News).
- Former Lowcountry coach pleads guilty to sexual assault of softball player (Live 5 News).
- Lucky ducks: 12 ducklings rescued from Mount Pleasant pipe (Post & Courier).
- Volvo plans to localize supply chain (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Hotel proposed for Charleston’s historic Market area (Post & Courier).
- Norfolk Southern launches rail service connecting Charleston, Charlotte (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Boy’s family settles $1M wrongful death claim over E. coli (ABC News 4).
- Business Journal wins 10 journalism awards at S.C. Press Association event (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Sheriff: Man arrested 35 years after sexually abusing children (Live 5 News).
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