- Dispatch: Shots fired at officers in North Charleston, EMS headed to scene (ABC News 4).
- Charleston mayor, others read Declaration of Independence (ABC News 4).
- Citing medical issues, Dylann Roof friend to seek sentencing delay (Post & Courier).
- Search called off for missing teen swimmer in Pawleys Island (Live 5 News).
- Craft beer maker Lagunitas to convert Charleston brew pub into a tap room (Post & Courier).
- Bill Murray, Mike Veeck, and Brad Creger’s Food Truck-O-Rama is happening (Charleston City Paper).
- Behold the Crisp Interiors at Lewis Barbecue (Eater Charleston).
- A Mood-Ring Ingredient Makes Cocktails Change Color (New York Times).
- CCU grad comes in 14th place in national hot dog eating contest (Live 5 News).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- Johns Island Farmers Market to implement government food program (Post & Courier).
- 5Church’s offerings are perfectly pedestrian (Charleston City Paper).
- Check Out the Menus For Henrietta’s and The Living Room (Eater Charleston).
- Thanks to Xiao Bao Biscuit, Charlestonians get okonomiyaki (Post & Courier).
- New app lets you search restaurant inspection grades (Charleston City Paper).
- Welkin Coffee mixes things up on Market Street (Post & Courier).
- Matt Canter takes over as Park Cafe’s new executive chef (Charleston City Paper).
- Crust Wood Fired Pizza Readies For Summerville Opening (Eater Charleston).
- Barback keeps things clean while learning on the job (Post & Courier).
- Hot For Hot Dogs (Yelp Charleston).
- Zero Cafe + Bar will now be called Zero Restaurant + Bar (Charleston City Paper).
- VIDEO: Stephen Colbert and Sturgill Simpson take over Charleston Waffle House (Charleston City Paper).
- Coastal Carolina won the College World Series: So what is a Chanticleer? (Charleston City Paper).
- North Charleston Readies the Lowcountry’s “Largest 4th of July Fireworks Show” (HCS).
- Tall ship open to the public through Tuesday (ABC News 4).
- Conquer an Obstacle Course to Help the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (HCS).
- Battery wins third straight, beats Kickers 2-0 (Live 5 News).
- Local Podcast To Host Season 3 Launch Party at Kudu (HCS).
- Mechanical River’s Joel T. Hamilton gets weird with Barenaked Ladies’ Ed Robertson (Charleston City Paper).
- Disabled paddler aims to build a top-notch U.S. Paralympic team (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Arts Festival Announces “Women and Radiohead” (HCS).
- 10 Things to Do On (or Around) Folly for July 4th (Folly Beach).
- Citadel hopes to revitalize ‘culture of water’ with new boathouse project (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Herb Frazier, Marjory Wentworth, and Dr. Bernard Powers (HCS).
- Cracker Plays The Windjammer on July 29th (HCS).
- Zipping through trees, past fears in Awendaw (ABC News 4).
- Becoming blue: Indigo dyeing makes comeback on upper peninsula (Post & Courier).
- Is Charleston next in line to take a stand on plastic bags? (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston to name task force on short-term rentals, study impact of services like Airbnb (Post & Courier).
- Starting a sobriety college program at CofC is harder than biking across U.S. (Post & Courier).
- DHEC working on keeping butts off beach (Live 5 News).
- Residents worry traffic circle “to nowhere” was waste of resources (ABC News 4).
- S.C. Confederate Relic Room Commission to regroup on flag display (Post & Courier).
- At summer day camp, teachers preach: ‘You are all scientists’ (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: K.J. Kearney (HCS).
- South Carolina awarded $340K to fight Zika, $9.2M in emergency preparedness funding (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Trey Harrell (HCS).
- USDA lays traps for leaf-devouring invasive moths found in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Alternatives to Incarceration Panel to be Held on 7/22 (HCS).
- Brexit anxiety bypasses container shipping industry (Post & Courier).
- PHOTOS: Sea turtle rescued on Sullivan’s Island (ABC News ).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Ryan Nelson Goldwater (HCS).
- Citadel ring returned to owner thanks to social media (Live 5 News).
- SC hopes telemedicine will improve inmate care and cut costs (ABC News 4).
- Report: SC ranked sixth in interstate fatalities (Live 5 News).
- Crews respond to fire at SPARC (ABC News 4).
- Beaufort plans Digital Corridor initiative in hopes of replicating Charleston’s tech success (Post & Courier).
- North Chuck BK flame broiled? (ABC News 4).
- Body of missing swimmer in Wateree River recovered (Live 5 News).
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