- 2017 CAA Men’s Basketball Championship Bracket Released (HCS).
- South Carolina ranks dead last in education in U.S. News & World Report study (Post & Courier).
- Reward for info on burned dog growing at steady pace (ABC News 4).
- Man arrested on federal drug charges after Fentanyl found at Ladson home (Live 5 News).
- Car of man missing after burned body found in barrel recovered in Missouri (ABC News 4).
- Special meeting called to discuss Folly Gras (ABC News 4).
- Silent Auction and Donation Offering to Support Yelp Charleston’s Scotty Carpenter & Family who lost home in recent fire (32 Auctions).
- Coroner identifies 3 killed in St. Stephen fire (ABC News 4).
- Pepperhill residents seek to sue City of N. Charleston following flooding (Live 5 News).
- Police, EMS respond to reported stabbing on McMillan Ave (ABC News 4).
- Man accused of planning Dylann Roof-style attack indicted on federal gun charge (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Holy City Sinner (HCS).
- For six years The Taste of Black Expo has spotlighted minority chefs (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Wine & Food Festival brings millions to local economy (Live 5 News).
- PHOTOS: The champagne was flowing at last night’s Charleston Wine + Food opening night party (Charleston City Paper).
- Local Love: Elevating Recycling + Compost Efforts This Festival Season (Charleston Wine + Food).
- Even more #ChsWFF fringe food events happening this week (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Wine + Food Festival offers a plateful of events (Post & Courier).
- New bills call for mandatory training for all alcohol servers, looser restrictions on distillers (Charleston City Paper).
- Five women worth building a festival itinerary around (Post & Courier).
- Is Hyman’s a tourist trap, a beloved classic, or, perhaps, an institution? (Charleston City Paper).
- Goose Creek artist creates an itty-bitty Martha Lou’s Kitchen (Post & Courier).
- The Lee Brothers reintroduce America to one of South Carolina’s Soul Food legends (Charleston City Paper).
- The Faculty Lounge and Edmund’s Oast Present “Let’s Go Crazy” Party on Saturday (HCS).
- Chef Aaron Swersky Joins Herd Provisions (Eater Charleston).
- Chef Frank Lee Joins the Kitchen of Edmund’s Oast for One Night Only (HCS).
- Navigating the sea changes in Carnival Ecstasy’s dining options for the best experience (Post & Courier).
- Glass Onion Partners with Brain Injury Association for Next Charity Tasting (HCS).
- A Great Steak Is Rare To Find (Yelp Charleston).
- Southern Garden Party Benefiting Lowcountry Orphan Relief (HCS).
- Goose Creek remembers Sharonda Coleman-Singleton with Track Meet (News 2).
- Charleston’s Earl Grant named CAA Coach of the Year; Chealey named to CAA First Team (Post & Courier).
- Sol Driven Train’s Joel Timmons and Della Mae’s Shelby Means are harmony-rich duo, Sally & George (Charleston City Paper).
- Queen Quet advises on set of TV Show, ‘Underground,’ filmed on the sea islands (Charleston City Paper).
- Suit Up! M. Dumas & Sons + “The Manual” Plan Suiting Event (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Tom Doyle, Jr. (HCS).
- Meet The Pin Maker: Yeah Charleston (Black Pin Maker League).
- Is it a punk band? Is it a boy band? Nope, it’s Hubris (Charleston City Paper).
- Foundation helps veterans find firm footing after deployment — on a surf board (ABC News 4).
- Mediation Date Set For Thomas Ravenel, Kathryn Dennis (FITS News).
- Bands to battle for spots at Cooper River Bridge Run (ABC News 4).
- Ms. Rose’s Next Comedy Hour Features Brian T. Shirley (HCS).
- 12-year-old to bike across country to raise money for clean water (News 2).
- Meyer Vogl Gallery hosts inaugural abstract show (Charleston City Paper).
- A bill targeting South Carolina’s school-to-prison-pipeline, including the disturbing-schools law, clears House subcommittee (Post & Courier).
- Tim Scott, Lindsey Graham not ready to condemn Sessions over Russian contact (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County commits to funding I-526 extension (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina lawmakers aim to label porn as a public health hazard (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston City Council votes to remove properties from hotel zone, halt development in flood-prone West Ashley (Post & Courier).
- Lawmakers discuss execution options since SC has no lethal injection drugs (News 2).
- S.C. House passes gas tax and vehicle sales tax increase to help pay for roads (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County Council holds public hearing on I-526 project funding (Live 5 News).
- Charleston high school students edit photo of school play to include Nazi swastika (Post & Courier).
- Hush That Fuss? Not while kids gettin’ arrested on a damn school bus (Charleston City Paper).
- House passes bill allowing licenses that comply with REAL ID (ABC News 4).
- For South Carolina’s coroners, proposal would gut list of qualifications they have worked to build (Post & Courier).
- Tim Scott went there with a joke about Kellyanne Conway and the Oval Office couch (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Dana Beach (HCS).
- Outgoing South Carolina Republican Party Chair Matt Moore lands new job (Post & Courier).
- Live 5 celebrates Read Across America Day (Live 5 News).
- SLED investigating incident involving retired Berkeley deputy (ABC News 4).
- Suspect in Girl Scout cookie money theft asks judge for rehab (ABC News 4).
- Dog in critical condition ultimately passes, his last moments surrounded by love and compassion (FRW SPCA).
- Tiger Lily Celebrates Women’s Day with Daffodil Bouquets, Donations to Local Nonprofit (HCS).
- ABC News 4 Special Broadcast: Mental illness beneath the surface (ABC News 4).
- Prison photo of Hollywood man accused of killing women prompts mistrial in murder case (Post & Courier).
- Puppy found in Charleston dumpster recovering from injuries (ABC News 4).
- Panamanian national accused of smuggling cocaine through Port of Charleston arraigned on federal charges (Post & Courier).
- Live 5 partners with Red Cross for blood drive (Live 5 News).
- 16-year-old killed, another hurt after wreck in Pawleys Island (ABC News 4).
- Marion fireworks company pleads guilty to smuggling (ABC News 4).
- Parents of child who shot himself in Orangeburg charged with neglect (ABC News 4).
- Seven of the most common Southeast sharks species are ‘increasing in abundance’ (Post & Courier).
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