- Charleston’s Tent City gone, but other homeless encampments remain out of the public eye (Post & Courier).
- Judge to hear arguments on delaying state trial for accused church shooter (Live 5 News).
- Ex-Charleston sailor accused of espionage (Post & Courier).
- Coast Guard suspends search for missing kayaker, switches to recovery mission (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina senators to hold hearing on transgender bill (ABC News 4).
- Horseman rides through Lowcountry to raise hunger awareness (Live 5 News).
- Charleston City Council changes tour guide rules, opponents say it’s not enough (ABC News 4).
- Harold’s Cabin Flings Open the Doors in Secret Saturday Opening (Eater Charleston).
- Little Jack’s Tavern will officially open this Saturday (Charleston City Paper).
- Martha Stewart was all around Charleston this weekend (Eater Charleston).
- Downtown Home Team BBQ Adds To the Late Night Dining Game (Eater Charleston).
- So you want to be a Top Chef extra? Hang on. (Post & Courier).
- Crawfish For Cancer Benefit is this Saturday (HCS).
- Charleston crawling with crawfish (Post & Courier).
- 843 Korean BBQ & Sushi House Opens on April 19 (Eater Charleston).
- Piggy Wiggly parent set to sell properties; lawsuit against it grows (Post & Courier).
- Parlor Deluxe Launches New Spring Menu (HCS).
- Culinary historian Robert Moss debunks drinks myths and legends (Post & Courier).
- McCrady’s Restaurant Celebrates Its 10 Year Anniversary With A Special Dinner In Charleston (The Daily Meal).
- Rec Room’s Anniversary Celebration & PBR Week are Underway (HCS).
- Peep Butcher & Bee’s Shiny New Accessories for the Updated Opening (Eater Charleston).
- Get Your Expertise In Grilled Cheese (Yelp Charleston).
- Spring Fling With Mike Lata, Travis Grimes, Short Grain, and More (Eater Charleston).
- Blue Man Group Returns to the North Charleston PAC in June (HCS).
- South Carolina Stingrays claim South Division crown (Post & Courier).
- “Legends in the South” Baseball Game to Feature Former Braves & Yankees (HCS).
- Former CofC star Andrew Goudelock makes the best inbound pass of 2016 (Charleston City Paper).
- Amid protests, circus elephants performing here this week for last time before retirement (Post & Courier).
- Toad the Wet Sprocket to Perform at the Music Hall this Summer (HCS).
- Confessions of a Southern Charm newbie: Ep 2 (Charleston City Paper).
- SC Aquarium Hosts 10th Conservation Gala in May (HCS).
- Charleston County Hosts 17th Annual Earth Day Festival on April 23 (Charleston County).
- Pop-Up Charleston Hosts Series Finale on 4/30 (HCS).
- Radakovich, Clemson students at odds over proposed football ticket costs (Post & Courier).
- Climb Out of the Darkness this June (HCS).
- Bono calls Lindsey Graham a ‘funny sucker,’ ‘gets s— done’ (Post & Courier).
- Proposal could lower number of children DSS sends to group homes (Post & Courier).
- Summey and Driggers decline invitation to ministry’s rally on racially biased policing (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County to Host Free Community Shredding Event (Charleston County).
- South Carolina high schoolers to be graded on 10-point scale (Live 5 News).
- Dorchester County sheriff defends office against former sheriff, lieutenant (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Andre Bauer (HCS).
- Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office: 51 arrested during 2-day crime sweep (Post & Courier).
- Riders call for speedy completion of West Ashley bike lane (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston County awarded $2.25 million grant to address jail population, criminal justice reform (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Colleen Condon (HCS).
- IOP hires trapper to cull coyotes but has only caught a possum (Post & Courier).
- Mt. Pleasant Town Council approves 180-day moratorium on apartment developments (News 2).
- Sergeant Jasper mediation declared an ‘impasse’, heads back to court (ABC News 4).
- West Ashley shooting victim had been arrested after North Charleston shootout (Post & Courier).
- Expansion of Charleston’s tech industry creates talent gap (Post & Courier).
- Charleston ranks as pet-friendly travel destination (Post & Courier).
- Protesters happy with changes made to MUSC employee grievance policy (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County sheriff’s major poses for picture after saving pit bull puppy (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston man charged with distribution of child pornography, other charges (News 2).
- Charleston County’s text-to-911 a success in its first year, says director (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina state parks getting heart defibrillators (Post & Courier).
- Former South Carolina police officer pleads guilty in fatal shooting of black man, gets probation (Post & Courier).
- VIDEO – Police: Drunk driver sideswipes police car on Ravenel Bridge (Live 5 News).
- Local author giving away $40,000 Lowcountry wedding (News 2).
- Weebly makes stop in Charleston with free workshops on website building (Live 5 News).
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