- Schools closed, evacuations to be ordered for coastal communities (ABC News 4).
- List of closures as Matthew approaches the Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- In case of evacuation, know your zone (ABC News 4).
- Preparing a survival kit for hurricanes (ABC News 4).
- Agencies in the Lowcountry move to OPCON 3 (News 2).
- Sandbags available for residents ahead of Hurricane Matthew (News 2).
- Folly Beach mayor warns to get ready for Matthew now (ABC News 4).
- Charleston International Airport to operate normally Wednesday (Live 5 News).
- Video shows Hurricane Matthew causing pain at the pump (ABC News 4).
- Heavy traffic in Charleston, surrounding areas as residents prepare for Hurricane Matthew (Post & Courier).
- Grocery store shelves see storm surge from Hurricane Matthew (ABC News 4).
- Red Cross asks for volunteers (ABC News 4).
- IOP issuing hurricane re-entry stickers (ABC News 4).
- Keith Lamont Scott funeral canceled due to pending weather from Hurricane Matthew (Live 5 News).
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- CPD investigating shooting at Coming and Beaufain (ABC News 4).
- Recordings show Summey playing both sides on I-526 (Post & Courier).
- ‘Southern Discomfort’ public forum addresses ‘slave baby’ drawing, race issues in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Lagunitas TapRoom & Beer Sanctuary Brings Brews to East Bay (Eater Charleston).
- With new Starbucks locations brewing, “Babybucks” to close on Monday (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Brown Water Society’s BBQ Invitational topped all expectations (Charleston City Paper).
- The Tides Hotel wins restaurant bid for Folly’s Edwin S. Taylor Fishing Pier (Charleston City Paper).
- Thai Palm shows what it tastes like to be a cut above (Post & Courier).
- Hawaiian Staple Poke Now Available on Lower King (Eater Charleston).
- New Beech restaurant on King has beach bodies in mind (Post & Courier).
- Restaurant parking pilot program may relieve F&B workers’ parking woes (Charleston City Paper).
- Ladles Slings Soup In Cannon Street Basement (Eater Charleston).
- Cafe Gibbes releases opening menu (Post & Courier).
- Coming Soon – A 90’s Nightmare on Bay Street (HCS).
- Shovels & Rope’s upcoming LP premieres on NPR First Listen (Charleston City Paper).
- Lucid Halloween Party Debuts on October 29th (HCS).
- We Are Family Hosts “Spirit Day” Event on 10/21 (HCS).
- rUNdead 5k Returns From the Dead (HCS).
- Lowcountry High School Football Schedule Week 7 (Live 5 News).
- Citadel football game moved to Thursday at North Greenville (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Dimitri Cherny (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Kwadjo Campbell (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Dana Beach (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Elizabeth Moffly (HCS).
- Police: Men involved in chase across Charleston County were trafficking Molly (ABC News 4).
- Truck strikes, kills man pushing lawnmower on Hwy 52 (Live 5 News).
- Ingevity opens North Charleston innovation center, bringing 24 jobs (Post & Courier).
- Elon Musk’s SolarCity Corp. expands into the Charleston market (Post & Courier).
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