- After Emanuel shooting, Dylann Roof stopped at another AME church in Jedburg (ABC News 4).
- Attorney says there is no evidence that Dylann Roof targeted second church (Charleston City Paper).
- Jurors in Dylann Roof case say they ‘will forever be changed’ by their Emanuel experience (Post & Courier).
- Body recovered from Charleston Harbor (Post & Courier).
- Protesters clash outside of Bree Newsome lecture (Charleston City Paper).
- Report: Goose Creek bus driver drank 3/4 of a gallon of bourbon before arrest (ABC News 4).
- Analysts predicts all Dreamliners will be built in North Charleston within a decade (Post & Courier).
- Dave Chappelle & Norman Reedus Spotted Filming in Charleston (HCS).
- Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. will include a restaurant complete with a Polish smokehouse (Charleston City Paper).
- Burger at Little Jack’s Tavern Wins Big (Eater Charleston).
- Bill Murray Inspects Charleston Taco Shop (Eater Charleston).
- Holy City Brewing Relaunches Paradise IPA with New Can Design (HCS).
- Fixing the disconnects would give a big boost to 492 (Post & Courier).
- Bi-Lo parent launches new private label brands after year of product testing (Post & Courier).
- UPDATE: Poogan’s Porch Extends Rollback Menu! (HCS).
- Benefit Dinner Aims to Raise Money for Free Clinic and Hunger Prevention Programs (HCS).
- Chef Maneet Chauhan will Pop Up at Butcher & Bee (HCS).
- First Name Basis Brings the Campfire to Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Dish Restaurant Guide (Charleston City Paper).
- Support local businesses that support local businesses (Charleston City Paper).
- How Slow Food changed my life.
- Now a menu staple, Charleston used to have a Jack complex.
- The grain renaissance is a slow food labor of love.
- Le Farfalle links the pleasures of the table with people and place (Charleston City Paper).
- Ink N Ivy promises graffiti art, reggae music, and a menu for everyone (Charleston City Paper).
- Lowcountry Street Grocery revs up its bus to bring local food to locations across Charleston County (Post & Courier).
- Rappahannock Oyster Bar eyes mid-March opening (Charleston City Paper).
- Delish! Bakery & Bistro Disappears From Wentworth Street (Eater Charleston).
- Familiar joins contemporary in a happy union at Pawpaw (Charleston City Paper).
- Rodney Scott’s whole hog available daily on King Street (Post & Courier).
- Top 10 Events Under $100 (Charleston Wine + Food).
- The unnoticed major change in how James Beard Foundation Award winners are chosen (Post & Courier).
- Limehouse Produce Has Partnered with Charleston Wine + Food for “Find the Truck” Promo (HCS).
- Glass Onion Celebrates Fat Tuesday with Special Menu Items and Cocktails (HCS).
- Urban farm aims to curb North Charleston food desert (Live 5 News).
- Watch S.C. native Viola Davis’ tearful Oscar acceptance speech (Charleston City Paper).
- CofC professor nominated for prestigious Bram Stoker Award (Charleston City Paper).
- Bowman residents worried about traffic, noise as new amphitheater prepares for opening (ABC News 4).
- Ryan Klesko Headlines Second Annual “Legends in the South” Alumni Game (HCS).
- Citadel Mall buyers include ‘Flip This House’ creator (Post & Courier).
- Terrace Theater presents a free screening of I Am Not Your Negro on March 17 (Charleston City Paper).
- CSU’s Chris Singleton makes diving catch (ABC News 4).
- Podcast host, comedian, and musician Joseph Coker chats with Foreigner’s Thom Gimbel, a.k.a. the sizzle (Charleston City Paper).
- Gov. Henry McMaster in Washington touting South Carolina to Trump, Cabinet secretaries and business interests (Post & Courier).
- New principals hired mid-year at four Charleston County schools (Post & Courier).
- Hicks column: Sanford doesn’t play by the same rules as everyone else (Post & Courier).
- Mt. Pleasant Regional Library to Close for Nearly a Month (HCS).
- Former Stratford teacher’s license revoked for inappropriate relationship with student (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Muhiyyidin D’baha (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Downing Child (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Councilman Joe Bustos (HCS).
- African Art Exhibit to Open in Addlestone Library (CofC).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Brady Quirk-Garvan & Larry Kobrovsky (HCS).
- Hicks column: It’s time to terminate business-as-usual gerrymandering (Post & Courier).
- Thief steals Girl Scout cookie money outside West Ashley Petco (ABC News 4).
- Man dies after North Charleston shooting (Post & Courier).
- Body found in Francis Marion forest identified as missing woman (ABC News 4).
- Communication breakdown led to Charleston carriage horse accident (Post & Courier).
- String of horse carriage incidents in Charleston prompts new round of concerns (Post & Courier).
- Grapevine: Charleston to rein in carriage tours in 2 neighborhoods (Post & Courier).
- 2nd orange alligator pops up in the Carolinas (Live 5 News).
- With today’s high of 78, Charleston continues to see temperatures 10 degrees above normal (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Vanessa Robinson (HCS).
- Mother, son killed in early morning crash on I-26 (ABC News 4).
- Officer on foot patrol on Market Street nabs indecent exposure suspect (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston woman charged with felony DUI in fatal Hanahan crash (ABC News 4).
- Charleston police investigate string of crimes at West Ashley neighborhood (ABC News 4).
- Crews extinguish small fire in North Charleston building (Live 5 News).
- Four units damaged from Harbor Pointe apartment fire (Live 5 News).
- James Island suburban cowboys ride the range on Folly Road (Post & Courier).
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