- South Carolina falls to fifth-worst in nation for domestic killings (Post & Courier).
- Drunk driver drove through Charleston 9 Memorial, police say (ABC News 4).
- Discussion of Roof evidence during closed hearings protected under attorney-client laws (ABC News 4).
- Charleston metro area has state’s fastest-growing economy (Post & Courier).
- Organizations lay wreath in honor of Sofa Super Store firefighters (Post & Courier).
- ‘We’re not crazy. We were there,’ Colbert slams Trump over reversal on long-held birther views (Post & Courier).
- Brown Water Society’s 3rd Annual BBQ Invitational Set for 10/2 (HCS).
- Bi-Lo closure: local leaders work to keep downtown from becoming long-term food desert (ABC News 4).
- 2Nixons Is Breaking Charleston’s Curfew: Meet the chef behind the city’s late-night ramen hot spot (Tasting Table).
- Lewis Barbecue: Texas pitmaster brings magnificent brisket to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- With the addition of Rusty Bull Brewing Co., North Charleston now has 7 breweries (Charleston City Paper).
- Jeremiah Bacon Toasts 5 Years at The Macintosh (Eater Charleston).
- Disparity down the grocery aisles of Mt. Pleasant vs. Downtown (Charleston City Paper).
- Avondale Restaurant Week Is On Deck (HCS).
- Oyster Roast Benefiting East Cooper Meals on Wheels Scheduled for 10/16 (HCS).
- As era of downtown seafood retail ends, remembering stores that came and went (Post & Courier).
- Dogs No Longer Allowed at Holy City Brewing (Facebook).
- Greater Charleston Restaurant Association shifts course (Post & Courier).
- Pieology Pizzeria Opens First SC Location (Eater Charleston).
- Smoke BBQ expanding into Black Sheep Bar and Grill (Charleston City Paper).
- Five Awesome Dining Events Heading To Charleston By October (Eater Charleston).
- Watch: Unreal Video of U.S. Army’s Parachute Team Gliding into Johnson Hagood Stadium (HCS).
- “Southern Charm” Couple Hosts Fundraiser this Thursday at Republic (HCS).
- Louis C.K. Announces Two Gaillard Center Performances (HCS).
- Jack Nicklaus restaurant opens at Charleston airport (Post & Courier).
- The 7th Annual Avondale 5K Run + Walk is Next Month (HCS).
- That BIG Book Sale Returns Next Month (HCS).
- The first ever Charleston Arts Festival kicks off on Oct. 5 (Charleston City Paper).
- She Returns From War in Relix (Charleston City Paper).
- Report: USC hopes to place bid for first two rounds of NCAA men’s tournament (Live 5 News).
- SC joins states challenging new overtime rule (ABC News 4).
- Students Rank CofC’s Devon Hanahan Top Professor in U.S. (CofC).
- Carriage committee meeting reaches standstill (ABC News 4).
- S.C. poverty rate drops sharply in 2015, but stays above pre-recession levels (Post & Courier).
- Father concerned about mechatronics class at Goose Creek High School (ABC News 4).
- Development on corner of King and Spring streets receives initial approval (Charleston City Paper).
- New curfew at Northwoods Mall went into effect Friday (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston County Needs More Poll Managers for Upcoming November General Election (Charleston County).
- Jamestown police chief under fire for comments on Facebook (Live 5 News).
- Paid apprenticeship gives SC high school students job experience (News 2).
- Charleston County to Celebrate National Customer Service Week Oct 3-7 (Charleston County).
- State prison system looking at location technology to crack down on cellphone use (Post & Courier).
- Luxury hotel with 225 rooms planned for Charleston ports agency’s office site (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Dana Beach (HCS).
- Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s Center improves efficiency (CRBJ BizWire).
- 2 charged in connection to Hyde Avenue ‘suspicious death’ (ABC News 4).
- T.J. Maxx to reopen at new space within Charleston retail center (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston bicyclist killed in I-26 crash (ABC News 4).
- Heritage Square Shopping Center in Summerville getting new life (ABC News 4).
- Fence built at W. Ashley living center after woman eaten by gator (Live 5 News).
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