- Cocaine, pills … and textbooks: How a college drug ring hid in plain sight (Post & Courier).
- Search for missing inmates stalled until new leads point to their location (ABC News 4).
- High tides concerns prompt cancellation of Folly Beach July 4th fireworks (Live 5 News).
- Housing secured for last of Tent City residents (Post & Courier).
- Ports CEO say new system running smoother, but truckers say lost money needs to be repaid (ABC News 4).
- City plotting new ways to reinvigorate former Charleston Naval Base (Post & Courier).
- Jury selection process in the case of Dylann Roof remains undecided (Charleston City Paper).
- Molly Darcy’s will close its doors on Sunday (Charleston City Paper).
- After a decade with Fish Restaurant, Chef Nico Romo moving on (Charleston City Paper).
- SLED crackdown forces beer festivals to rethink format (Post & Courier).
- Charleston pitmaster reflects on N.C. festival he founded (Post & Courier).
- Southern Charm Custody Case Won’t Be Sealed (FITS News).
- The Charleston Arts Festival Debuts in October (HCS).
- Coastal Carolina beats TCU to advance to the College World Series championship series (Post & Courier).
- Camp Happy Days Hosts Week Long Summer Camp for Kids Kickin’ Cancer (HCS).
- All American Independence Day Party Debuts at Brick House Kitchen (HCS).
- Charleston Native Returns to Host FYI’s “Waterfront House Hunting” (HCS).
- Miss South Carolina Pageant about more than beauty (ABC News 4).
- Learn About July’s “Happy Days” heART Show (HCS).
- Ohm Radio to Host Live Anniversary Show at the Music Hall (HCS).
- From Columbia celebrity to face of women’s basketball? Spotlight only shines brighter on USC’s A’ja Wilson (Post & Courier).
- Gavalas Kolanko Foundation Hosts Golf Tournament Fundraiser (HCS).
- Same-sex marriage ‘routine’ in South Carolina a year after U.S. Supreme Court decision (Post & Courier).
- School board routinely handles major business in last-minute ‘special’ meetings (Post & Courier).
- SC GOP is changing, says state’s first openly gay legislator (The State).
- DHEC confirms first sexually-transmitted Zika case in S.C. (Live 5 News).
- Charleston schools will feel the burn after $18 million in cuts (Post & Courier).
- Activists, parents of man killed want AG’s office to review Goose Creek double-murder case (ABC News 4).
- Officials work to prevent repeat of dueling hate rallies (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County asks residents and business owners to reduce recycling contamination (Charleston County).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Tim Mallard (HCS).
- No ‘Southern Charm’ in ‘Days of Jasper’s Lives’ (Post & Courier).
- Moncks Corner native freed after serving time for killing Iraqis during raid (Post & Courier).
- Summer is the Perfect Time to Join the “I Will Reflect” Melanoma Initiative (HCS).
- Local company trying to help cyclists combat bike thefts in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- PeopleMatter acquired by Virginia tech firm (Charleston City Paper).
- Two people die after being struck by car near Hollywood; vehicle found (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston man jailed after police say he got 13-year-old pregnant (Post & Courier).
- SLED investigating officer-involved shooting in Pickens Co. (Live 5 News).
- Paid in full: Charleston hotel loan to be recycled (Post & Courier).
- 28-year-old man lying in road struck, killed in Berkeley County (News 2).
- Coroner: 1 killed after driver shoots ATV rider after crashing car, getting into argument (Live 5 News).
Events10 mins ago
Annual Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting to Take Place Sunday
The city of Charleston’s annual Holiday Parade will take place on Sunday, December 4th, 2022, beginning at 3 pm. The...
Events1 hour ago
REO Speedwagon Coming to the North Charleston PAC in June 2023
Events5 hours ago
Charleston Christmas and Holiday Events (2022 Edition)
Events5 hours ago
Charleston Weekend Events
Events11 hours ago
2022 World Cup Watch Parties in Charleston
Events13 hours ago
Weekend Buzz: Fun Things To Do In Charleston This Weekend
Events2 days ago
Governor’s Mansion Christmas Open House Scheduled for December 5th