TROPICAL STORM HERMINE
- Forecasts continue to edge Tropical Storm Hermine west (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County officials: Stay home Friday if you don’t have to travel (Live 5 News).
- Charleston officials say ‘stay out of standing water’ (ABC News 4).
- Charleston residents urged to ‘make good decisions’ ahead of Tropical Storm Hermine (Post & Courier).
- Coastal communities warn of deadly rip currents ahead of Tropical Storm Hermine (ABC News 4).
- CCSD will make decision on cancelling classes for Hermine Thursday (ABC News 4).
- Tropical Storm Hermine sandbag information (ABC News 4).
- Major airlines offering waivers ahead of forecast tropical storm (ABC News 4).
- BCSD reschedules football games ahead of TS Hermine (ABC News 4).
- CofC suspends alcohol-related activities for fraternities, sororities (Charleston City Paper).
- In McClellanville, sadness, frustration over Brittanee Drexel case (Post & Courier).
- Dylann Roof evidence hearing to remain closed, judge rules (ABC News 4).
- Families of Emanuel 9 ready for Dylann Roof’s trial to begin (Live 5 News).
- Resurrecting the case of George Stinney (Charleston City Paper).
- 2016 Charleston Beer Week Schedule (HCS).
- Rusty Rudder Mt. Pleasant Chooses Cystic Fibrosis Foundation for #MiracleMondays (HCS).
- Bi-Lo’s departure to leave grocery gap on Charleston peninsula (Post & Courier).
- Holy Schnikes! A 90s Bar Crawl Takes Over Charleston on 9/24 (HCS).
- Bar, restaurant at The Dewberry are smartly appointed, solidly sophisticated (Post & Courier).
- Feathertop’s ethereal menu puzzles and pleases (Charleston City Paper).
- Artisan Meat Share knows beans about sides (Post & Courier).
- Home Team BBQ Shows Off West Ashley Renovations (Eater Charleston).
- When a former White House chef came to dine on Charleston receipts (Post & Courier).
- ‘Charleston Recipes’ paved the way for ‘Charleston Receipts’ (Post & Courier).
- These New Summer Restaurants Are Hot (Yelp Charleston).
- Charleston’s female comedians are damned good at being funny (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Southern kicker Jacob Smoak came so close after being thrust into spotlight (Post & Courier).
- Katie Rose Celebrates Album Release at Palmetto Brewing (HCS).
- Charleston Moves Handing Out Free Bike Light Sets (HCS).
- South Carolina Stingrays sign veteran forward Rob Flick (Post & Courier).
- Inaugural Labor Day 20K and 5K trail run precedes a busy September ahead (Post & Courier).
- Of Montreal’s Kevin Barnes trusted Paris to inspire Innocence Reaches (Charleston City Paper).
- Is South Carolina turning blue? (Charleston City Paper).
- Judge sets aside his Jasper order; next steps by Beach Co., opponents still unknown (Post & Courier).
- Graham asks DOJ to explain delay in implementing law that could save police lives (Post & Courier).
- Dimitri Cherny takes on Mark Sanford—again (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Trey Rust (HCS).
- Local group calls for addiction awareness (ABC News 4).
- Be A Mentor Announces Honorees for the 2016 Going Places Gala (HCS).
- Hanahan residents upset over 17 burglaries since July 1st (News 2).
- Suspect arrested in West Ashley bank robbery (News 2).
- Victims of home invasion found with large amount of narcotics, stolen items (News 2).
- Invasion of the ants (Charleston City Paper).
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