- Former N. Charleston officer accused of excessive force arrested (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County schools CFO Brantley Thomas fired; FBI investigating (ABC News 4).
- GOP congressman clarifies statement after saying ‘good things’ came out of the Emanuel AME Church shooting (Post & Courier).
- Woman charged with stealing baby in 1998 pleads not guilty (News 2).
- Hanahan ‘orange-colored’ gator becoming hot talker on social media (Live 5 News).
- Negligence lawsuit expected against City of Isle of Palms, police after man’s death (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Included in List of 100 Best Places to Live in the U.S. (HCS).
- Bill to raise South Carolina gas tax heads to House floor (ABC News 4).
- Large-scale festival venue Yonder Field arrives an hour north of Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Take your pick: Several oyster roasts support Lowcountry charities (Live 5 News).
- Rodney Scott’s BBQ opens in downtown Charleston without a hitch (Post & Courier).
- Obsessively Track Every Moment of Rodney Scott’s BBQ Opening (Eater Charleston).
- Home Team in West Ashley Hosts Oyster Roast & Pig Pickin’ on 2/26 (HCS).
- Sausage Pops and Tokyo Shrimp Cakes Heading to James Island (Eater Charleston).
- Butcher & Bee Raising Money For ‘Wich Doctor Owner (HCS).
- Grocery delivery startup Shipt to launch in Charleston this month (Post & Courier).
- Bar Normandy on Broad Street is unconventionally delicious (Post & Courier).
- goat.sheep.cow.north is the stuff of cheese-lovers’ dreams (Charleston City Paper).
- 5Church Offering Valentine’s Day Menu From 2/10-2/15 (HCS).
- Dive Bar Love: Six tales of everlasting romance set afire in our Holy City watering holes (Charleston City Paper).
- Crave Hosting Charitable Brunch & Valentine’s Dinner (HCS).
- More changes at Feathertop as it makes way for a raw bar (Charleston City Paper).
- North Charleston restaurant serving kimchi and bulgogi burgers (Post & Courier).
- Wasabi’s Special Valentine’s Day Menu Now Available (HCS).
- Nacha Mama’s gets a sister store in downtown Charleston (Post & Courier).
- View Valentine’s Menus from Holy City Hospitality Restaurants (HCS).
- North Charleston spirits maker raises $25.5 million (Post & Courier).
- Hot Diggity Dog Shops (Yelp Charleston).
- Attention Parrotheads: Tailgating allowed at Volvo Stadium, if you’re VIP (ABC News 4).
- Friends of the Library Book Sale Scheduled for March 3 & 4 (HCS).
- ETV hosts a screening of ‘Maya Angelou, And Still I Rise’ Feb. 13 at the main library (Charleston City Paper).
- Stephen King’s ‘Mr. Mercedes’ kicks off Charleston film production for 2017 (Live 5 News).
- Komen Lowcountry Invites You to Swing For The Cure at Wild Dunes (HCS).
- Photo Gallery: Lowcountry Highrollers’ ‘Star Wars’-themed season opener (Charleston City Paper).
- Piccolo Spoleto Outdoor Art Exhibition celebrates 38 years (Charleston City Paper).
- Acclaimed pianist Lang Lang to perform at the Gaillard Center (Post & Courier).
- Flowertown Underground director Corey Geddings considered suicide — so he directed a play about it (Charleston City Paper).
- RiverDogs Offering Valentine’s Packages (HCS).
- Yes, The Citadel has a hockey team — and it’s winning (Post & Courier).
- A contemporary art studio opens on Fulton Street (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston revamping its height rules, architectural review (Post & Courier).
- Tweets called me ‘Uncle Tom’ for backing Sessions, GOP’s Scott says (Live 5 News).
- Civil rights groups praise North Charleston police in handling of Leroy Hair case (ABC News 4).
- Strom Thurmond and Ben Tillman’s legacies surfaced as Elizabeth Warren read Coretta Scott King’s words in the Senate (Charleston City Paper).
- Bill to regulate dog daycares in South Carolina stalls in house subcommittee (Live 5 News).
- New buses in Berkeley, Dorchester counties run on propane, have air, GPS (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Tom Perez (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Muhiyyidin d’ Baha (HCS).
- Summerville police may end funeral escorts (ABC News 4).
- A letter from an Iranian American to Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Students Asked to Submit Artwork for Earth Day 2017 Contest (Charleston County).
- BCSO provides drug drop box for unwanted medication (ABC News 4).
- Upcoming 2017 Estate Workshops Offered by Charleston County Probate Court (Charleston County).
- Wednesday marks 49 years since the Orangeburg Massacre (Charleston City Paper).
- Dangerous toys seized at the Port of Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Mount Pleasant family child-less, out thousands after adoption agency shuts down (ABC News 4).
- Full moon, comet starring in night sky show this weekend (Post & Courier).
- Combating drug-facilitated rape in Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston School of Law lands 6th mock trial championship win (Live 5 News).
- Man shot while pumping gas at Hollywood gas station (News 2).
- Convicted crack dealer sentenced to 25 years, pleas down from life (ABC News 4).
- North Carolina puppy litter stolen has ties to the Lowcountry (Live 5 News).
- Police: Suspect in custody after shooting at cop, standoff with police (Live 5 News).
- 8 Southern Companies Who Won Big During Super Bowl 51 (DIG South).
- Mt. Pleasant-based Zubie taps new CEO as car-technology startup faces growing competition (Post & Courier).
- Port of Charleston, Panama Canal set monthly records (Post & Courier).
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