- Ladson crash involved school bus, three children received ‘minor’ injuries (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office looking for missing 21-year-old (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County, SIB have ‘compromise plan’ for I-526, council chairman says (ABC News 4).
- Fake DD2 Facebook posts claim school is canceled, district investigating (Live 5 News).
- Season Four of “Southern Charm” is a Go (HCS).
- Parlor Deluxe Closes Up Shop (HCS).
- The Shrimp on the Barbie Shrimp Throwdown Debuts on 10/1 (HCS).
- Mex 1 Coastal Cantina Unlocks Doors on Second Location (Eater Charleston).
- Now you can drink Edmund’s Oast beers at home (Charleston City Paper).
- Beech Opens With Yogi Bowls, Guava Jam Bagels, and More (Eater Charleston).
- Tour Bright and Sunny Juice Bar Beech (Eater Charleston).
- Chef Vivian Howard will visit Charleston Oct. 18 for a book signing (Charleston City Paper).
- Critics Praise Henrietta’s, Caution Against Steak (Eater Charleston).
- One server’s argument for instituting a 20 percent service charge (Charleston City Paper).
- Big Billy’s Burger Joint will host a Holy City Brewing Beer Dinner (HCS).
- Brown Water Brings Famed Pitmasters to Party (Eater Charleston).
- Shaping South Carolina’s beer laws to fit an evolving industry (Charleston City Paper).
- Local chef puts Southern spin on hibachi (Post & Courier).
- Nine questions for Lagunitas (Charleston City Paper).
- Lagunitas’ possible Southend Brewery remodel not a good look to some event space renters (Charleston City Paper).
- Sean Brock’s Husk Nashville Closed Following Electrical Fire (Eater Charleston).
- Fundraiser celebrates Park Circle dining scene (Post & Courier).
- Breweries keep it local with labels designed by Charleston artists (Charleston City Paper).
- 2016 City Paper Music Awards: Nominate your favorite local musicians now! (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Southern football players sound off about reported suspensions (Charleston City Paper).
- Alum Finds His Lane in Bowling Alley (CofC).
- 15th Annual Harvest Festival Set for November on Johns Island (HCS).
- Terrace Theater to show ‘The Beatles: Eight Days a Week’ this week (Charleston City Paper).
- Down Syndrome Association’s 13th Buddy Walk Set for 10/2 (HCS).
- Wando’s OrTre Smith commits to University of South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- A Night for the Children Gala Scheduled for 9/15 (HCS).
- Avian Conservation Center to Host “Wild at Wingswood 2016” Gala (HCS).
- End Of Summer Bucket List (Yelp Charleston).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Mayor John and Sandy Tecklenburg (HCS).
- SCPA: Deepening needed for ‘modern harbor’ (ABC News 4).
- Votes to authorize Charleston Harbor dredging could come Tuesday (Post & Courier).
- Bill would make site where Civil War began a national park (Live 5 News).
- Gov. Nikki Haley: MUSC board members should repay expenses (Post & Courier).
- U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford is not a Buddhist (Post & Courier).
- Mosquito abatement scheduled for Wednesday in Berkeley County (Live 5 News).
- Report: Graham stonewalling White House aid package to Israel, favoring larger sum (Post & Courier).
- Clergy want ‘moral issues’ to be front and center in 2016 (Post & Courier).
- Crime in Goose Creek neighborhood has business owners, residents rattled (ABC News 4).
- Temporary lane closures scheduled for I-526 (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Lewis Smith (HCS).
- Plastics maker sought ‘lunch-and-learn’ meeting with Folly Council before precedent-setting vote (Post & Courier).
- Police investigating attempted sex assault at Clemson University (News 2).
- NEVER FORGET: People from across the nation gathered for 9/11 walk across Ravenel (ABC News 4).
- A Heartfelt Tribute From Folly Beach (Folly Beach).
- How unsecured vehicles contribute to Charleston’s gun thefts (Charleston City Paper).
- Even with Uber on board, drunk driving remains a threat locally (Post & Courier).
- Charge for handicap parking at airport, merging of rental car parking up for board vote (ABC News 4).
- W. Ashley road back open after cleaning solution spill (Live 5 News).
- 2-year-old found riding battery-operated car on street early Sunday morning (News 2).
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