- Townville community stunned by school shooting; first responders, teachers praised (Post & Courier).
- First grader on life support, teen in custody after school shooting wounds 3 (Live 5 News).
- Gov. Haley, S.C. senators visit Townville victims’ families, first responders (Post & Courier).
- Hearing set for teen held in South Carolina school shooting (news 2).
- Lindsey Graham sees ‘a lot of good’ in response to Townville shooting (Post & Courier).
- Jessica Biel & Bill Pullman will Film “The Sinner” in Charleston (HCS).
- Fire hits Rutledge Avenue home on Wednesday (Charleston City Paper).
- Third arrest made in connection with Holly Hill quadruple murder (Live 5 News).
- Bail set for Berkeley County school bus driver charged with having sexual contact with minor (Post & Courier).
- Authorities in Berkeley County investigate ‘Kill Slager’ graffiti (Post & Courier).
- Thief steals Charleston Police radio, uses it to broadcast fake ‘shots fired’ call (ABC News 4).
- Morris Island Lighthouse to shine 140 years after first illumination (Live 5 News).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans: 9/30 – 10/1/16 (HCS).
- 492 Now Serving Up Sunday Brunch (HCS).
- Charleston Beer Exchange announces moving sale (Charleston City Paper).
- Interview with Cameron Read of Edmund’s Oast (Beer Advocate).
- Chef Michael Toscano serves near-perfect food at Le Farfalle (Charleston City Paper).
- Culinary, performance arts converge at High Wire (Post & Courier).
- Top 10 Charleston Spots for Pecan Pie That Will Make You Cry (Charleston CVB).
- After Bi-Lo closure, CARTA to offer East Side residents free rides to Food Lion (Post & Courier).
- Up ‘N’ Adam food cart capitalizes on Johns Island commuters (Charleston City Paper).
- Sticky situation: Truly local honey producers face competition from unregulated fakes (Post & Courier).
- Blood on the River returns for the third Lowcountry Boucherie (Charleston City Paper).
- Four eating events scheduled for Sunday (Post & Courier).
- Changes at King Street Staples Monza and Closed For Business (Eater Charleston).
- ‘Let Your Wild Side Show’ at Kingdom Bar and Grill (Eater Charleston).
- Dirt: The Lowcountry’s Local Food Guide (Charleston City Paper).
- Louisiana chefs coming to Lowcountry (Post & Courier).
- Find ‘Nerdy’ Fall Coffee Drinks at Mercantile and Mash (Eater Charleston).
- Just add water to the Mex 1 cantina expansion (Post & Courier).
- McCrady’s Teases Voluptuous Updated Dining Room on Social Media (Eater Charleston).
- Pizza Party Pop-Up; Super Star Guest Chefs (Eater Charleston).
- MOJA Festival returns with full, varied lineup of performances (Post & Courier).
- Nearly Native Launch Party Scheduled for Saturday (HCS).
- Sports clinic offers free treatment for student athletes (ABC News 4).
- Latin American Festival mixes music, dance art and food (Post & Courier).
- Tim LeVan Miller mixes history and storytelling on his new EP (Charleston City Paper).
- To the Archives! Lowcountry has a weird history with UFOs (Post & Courier).
- Italian film festival celebrates 10th year, brings filmmakers to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- It’s pumpkin patch picking time at Boone Hall Plantation (Post & Courier).
- Public outcry for transparency in police shooting investigations clashes with public records rules (Post & Courier).
- New Winthrop Poll shows Trump lead in S.C. (HCS).
- Burke teacher arrested, charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Congressman Mark Sanford (HCS).
- Taking off her mask: CofC senior uses her attempted suicide to stop others from trying (ABC News 4).
- Opinion: It’s time to give up the carriage tour gimmick (Charleston City Paper).
- Looking back on the biggest corruption scandal in South Carolina’s history (Charleston City Paper).
- Summerville referendum is more about people than policy (Post & Courier).
- Meeting about Jamestown police chief ended when ‘screaming and hollering’ started (ABC News 4).
- All clear given after ‘suspicious package’ turns out to be gas cans (ABC News 4).
- Christan Rainey works to prevent domestic violence in the wake of unspeakable tragedy (Post & Courier).
- Lone ‘lightning cloud’ lighting up Charleston social media (ABC News 4).
- Apartment complex residents looking for answers after high bill (Live 5 News).
- Folly Beach Could Be Getting a Major Makeover Soon (Folly Beach).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Scott Broome (HCS).
- What can we learn from Dorchester County’s bee-killing pesticide debacle? (Charleston City Paper).
- Chase ends in parking lot of West Ashley Food Lion (ABC News 4).
- Charleston ports agency sues contractors over alleged defects in Navy base terminal design (Post & Courier).
- Remains of missing teen Erica Parsons found in SC (Live 5 News).
- Woman says ex-boyfriend nearly beat her to death (News 2).
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