- Charleston mayor withdraws proposal to fund completion of I-526 (ABC News 4).
- Police arrest two teens in shooting death after body found in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- West Ashley High School students charged with attempted murder (ABC News 4).
- Emergency officials: Hazmat responding to Walgreens in downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Bravo Announces “Southern Charm” Return AND Savannah Spin-off (HCS).
- Revelator Coffee eyes opening any day now (Charleston City Paper).
- Restaurant review: Two serious pizza makers, Luke’s and La Morra, set up shop in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- November chock full of celebrity chef events (Post & Courier).
- “Signs of progress” at Frothy Beard, eyeing January opening in West Ashley (Charleston City Paper).
- 8 On-Demand Pies In Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Sticky Fingers returning to its roots under original ownership (Post & Courier).
- Sermet’s provides James Islanders a comfortable dining outlet (Charleston City Paper).
- The Week in Openings, Including a Tequila Bar in Summerville (Eater Charleston).
- Mercantile heats up Halloween with s’mores latte (Post & Courier).
- Wine & Company tackles “shocking” state of downtown retail wine scene (Post & Courier).
- S.C. Aquarium now accepting recipes for its Good Catch contest (Charleston City Paper).
- Stereo 8 Hosts Saints & Sinners Halloween Party on Friday (HCS).
- Coastal Carolina Fairs Opens Today (HCS).
- VIDEO: How safe are the rides at the Coastal Carolina Fair? (ABC News 4).
- VIDEO: Scorpion pizza ‘tastes like chicken’ (ABC News 4).
- Visual arts column: Charleston Artist Collective celebrates success as an online marketplace (Post & Courier).
- Haunted House Now Open in the Citadel Mall (HCS).
- Pick up your Charleston Animal Society 2017 Firefighter calendar today (Charleston City Paper).
- Live Music: Haunted House of Hip-Hop; Glass Lashes; Wicked West (Ashley) Masquerade; Halloween Cover Show (Charleston City Paper).
- Kathryn Dennis returns to ‘Southern Charm’ and fans couldn’t be happier (Blasting News).
- The Dead Talk Back (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston deserves the distinction of being Bicycling mag’s “Worst City for Bicycling” (Charleston City Paper).
- No, you can’t take a selfie at a South Carolina voting booth (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Senator Marlon Kimpson (HCS).
- Sen. Tim Scott raising money for Hurricane Matthew relief (ABC News 4).
- Charleston City Council again considers reining in Planning Commission’s power (Charleston City Paper).
- Friendliest City or Racial Backwater? (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Seeking Community Representatives (HCS).
- Group working to transform West Ashley (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry company may end up in court after leaving brides at altar (ABC News 4).
- Hurricane Matthew recovery a haul for thousands (Post & Courier).
- Dorchester-Waylyn residents concerned about number of youth crimes (Live 5 News).
- Coroner confirms body found in Dorchester canal is missing hunter Jeremy Dunsil (ABC News 4).
- Return of Haitian detainees delayed because of Matthew (ABC News 4).
- Charleston makes list of most livable cities (Post & Courier).
- Street sweeper slams into Summerville shopping center building (News 2).
- Police find $200,000 in drugs, cash, machine guns at Columbia storage facility near USC (Post & Courier).
- Red Cross ‘Starve a Vampire’ blood drive underway (News 2).
- To the Archives! Ghosts get spooky around Charleston (Post & Courier).
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