TOP HURRICANE MATTHEW STORIES
- Matthew stronger, hurricane warning area expands (ABC News 4).
- The latest forecast from Storm Team 2 (News 2).
- I-26 eastbound lanes will remain reversed at least through Friday morning (ABC News 4).
- Lane reversal: what you need to know (ABC News 4).
- Going smoothly so far (Post & Courier).
- Heading to the Midlands to seek shelter? Here’s what you need to know (Live 5 News).
- Non-evacuation traffic to be restricted as Charleston puts emergency plan in place (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry hurricane shelter information (ABC News 4).
- Man shot by BCSO deputies dies (ABC News 4).
- Need a ride out? Get to the CARTA bus stop (ABC News 4).
- Don’t forget your pets as your prep for Matthew (ABC News 4).
- Closings, cancellations, delays due to Hurricane Matthew (News 2).
- SANDBAGS: The Lowcountry braces for Hurricane Matthew (Live 5 News).
- What is OPCON? And What Do The Different Levels Mean? (HCS).
- Downtown parking garages open at 3pm Wednesday through the weekend (Charleston City Paper).
- Bar & Restaurant Openings – Thursday (HCS).
- Restaurants prepare for hurricane, forecast to bring major revenue loss (Post & Courier).
- We owe the hospitality industry more than parking tickets (Charleston City Paper).
- Access to world’s best beans through Charleston port energizes local, small-batch coffee roasting (Post & Courier).
- Lewis Barbecue’s brisket will make you moan (Charleston City Paper).
- Taking the Thanksgiving gravy train to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Surfers sent home as police close Folly Beach to incoming traffic (ABC News 4).
- Gamecocks vs. Georgia to remain in Columbia; Sunday, Monday could be options for game (Post & Courier).
- Hurricane puts Citadel football on the road (Post & Courier).
- Hurricane Matthew changes travel plans for Charleston Battery, South Carolina Stingrays (Post & Courier).
- Shovels & Rope sow another gem with Little Seeds (Charleston City Paper).
- Journalist and author Ta-Nehisi Coates will speak at CofC on race in America (Charleston City Paper).
- Jazz Artists of Charleston play concerts for prisoners (Charleston City Paper).
- Filming of ‘Island Life’ approved amid evacuation plans on Isle of Palms (Post & Courier).
- Walter Brown’s hip-hop EP chronicles his life, from growing up in the Old Village to going to prison to now (Charleston City Paper).
- Haley’s sign language interpreter’s flair gains attention of social media (Post & Courier).
- Activists worry poor, elderly not given enough information about evacuations (ABC News 4).
- S.C. residents must register by Oct. 8 to vote in the presidential election (Charleston City Paper).
- Recent votes show council is taking the lead on issues of growth (Charleston City Paper).
- Here’s to the people addressing Silicon Harbor’s lack of diversity (Charleston City Paper).
- How well do South Carolina city councils reflect their local populations? (Charleston City Paper).
- Lowcountry on the edge: Hidden stories of climate change (Post & Courier).
- More than 200 people stay in Charleston-area shelters ahead of Hurricane Matthew (ABC News 4).
- Superheroes honor school shooting victim dressed as Batman (Post & Courier).
- Already wet ground means more trees could fall during Hurricane Matthew (News 2).
- Rise in S.C. tourism among African-Americans following Confederate flag removal (Charleston City Paper).
- Drone video shows I-26 evacuation traffic in Summerville (ABC News 4).
- Hurricane Matthew brings out the best in competing King Street businesses (ABC News 4).
- Police searching for Moncks Corner armed robbery suspect (Live 5 News).
- .Animal shelters across S.C. join forces ahead of Hurricane Matthew (Live 5 News).
- Charleston C-17s heading out because of Hurricane Matthew (Post & Courier).
- Coroner identifies Charleston man killed in fire at W. Ashley home (Live 5 News).
- Man allegedly molests multiple women downtown Monday (Charleston City Paper).
- Post and Courier customers could experience service interruptions due to weather (Post & Courier).
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