- Charlotte Protest Turns Violent as Police Fire Tear Gas at Bottle-Throwing Protesters (ABC News).
- Sangaree homicide suspect found, arrested in Georgia (ABC News 4).
- Commuters alarmed by clown on Ravenel Bridge (ABC News 4).
- In ‘serious’ Michael Slager case, deputies will deliver jury summonses, ‘gain compliance’ (Post & Courier).
- Activists call for action over local murder rate (Live 5 News).
- College of Charleston hosts race relation forum (Live 5 News).
- You Could Win Taco Boy’s Halloween Jackpot! (HCS).
- Is Charleston the future of barbecue? (Charleston City Paper).
- City’s first farmers market in West Ashley draws a crowd (Post & Courier).
- Join a Culinary Evolution With Jason Stanhope (Eater Charleston).
- Vivian Howard Brings Pepsi and Peanut Ice Cream Floats to Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Upping nutrition at food banks no piece of cake (Post & Courier).
- Air Casebier’s Feast Provisions is an IOP takeout hit (Charleston City Paper).
- Tickets for interesting Wine + Food events are still available for buyers (Post & Courier).
- New Ashley Lanes Tavern bowls eaters over with burger size (Post & Courier).
- Shrimp, Grits, And No Regrets (Yelp Charleston).
- Ghost Monkey’s lemon-basil brew will stay around into fall (Post & Courier).
- Two Sea Turtles Being Released on Thursday (HCS).
- Charleston Marathon surprise teachers with grants for arts programs (News 2).
- The Beach Boys Bring Good Vibrations to Charleston this January (HCS).
- SUSTO featured on NPR’s ‘Nine Artists to Watch for at the AmericanaFest 2016’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Charges dismissed against former Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd (Post & Courier).
- Review: PURE Theater’s ‘The Christians’ mines the depths of modern belief systems (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston’s Jump Castle Riot breaks age and sound barriers (Charleston City Paper).
- Hannibal Buress cancels Gaillard show (Charleston City Paper).
- Call for art submissions: ArtFields, The Southern, and North Charleston City Gallery (Charleston City Paper).
- Jamea Richmond-Edwards’ art tackles the war on drugs (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston County School Board candidates discuss district woes at public forum (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston County Council votes to use half cent sales tax funds for I-526 completion permitting process (Live 5 News).
- Charleston zoning board OKs hotel plan for ports office site (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County Council calls for further study of West Ashley bike lane (Charleston City Paper).
- Statehouse probe result of ‘Lost Trust’ ethics reform (Post & Courier).
- Report: MUSC contributes billions to local economy (Post & Courier).
- If Charleston doesn’t get real about social diversity it’s going to feel a world of pain (Charleston City Paper).
- Missing man with mental disabilities, Parkinson’s found safe (News 2).
- Registration open for 2016 African-American Tourism Conference (Charleston City Paper).
- An Octopus Found Its Way To Folly! Here Are 7 Things To Know About These Eight-Armed Creatures (Folly Beach).
- IN PHOTOS: Hurricane Hugo, Sept. 21-22, 1989 (The State).
- Johns Island man arrested following shooting in Berkeley County (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Meteorologist Josh Marthers (HCS).
- Google’s water demands “a threat to public health and safety” says Mt P Councilman (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant doctor opens sleep center with in-home testing (CRBJ BizWire).
- Person of interest sought in stolen lawn equipment (Live 5 News).
- News 2 I-Team: Homeowners lose thousands due to Mt. Pleasant builder (News 2).
- Fuel in Motion fitness center opens in Mount Pleasant (CRBJ BizWire).
- ECPI building in North Charleston evacuated due to possible gas leak (Live 5 News).
- The City Paper is moving to holier ground (Charleston City Paper).
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