- Dixie Furniture to close in downtown Charleston after 71 years (Post & Courier).
- Dorchester County deputies: Burned dog may have been caught in controlled fire (ABC News 4).
- Le Farfalle to host celebration of life for sous chef Drew Tursi who died Saturday night (Charleston City Paper).
- Lone survivor describes trying to rescue his family from fire (News 2).
- Cougars, Seahawks look to Monday night’s CAA final; Winner heads to NCAA tourney (ABC News 4).
- How to watch College of Charleston play for the CAA basketball title game against UNCW (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston County new flood map open houses (News 2).
- Get Discounted Tickets to Nuit Belge, a Belgian Beer Event! (HCS).
- Food Network Show Visits Sesame Burgers & Beer on Wednesday (HCS).
- South Carolina’s Milwaukee? Beer tourism hopping in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- ‘Top Chef’ contestant Jamie Lynch arrested in Charleston on public intoxication charge (Post & Courier).
- Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. Shares Updated Details (HCS).
- Chef Marvin Woods Tapped To Lead the Kitchen at Gentry Bar & Room (HCS).
- Caviar Nights and Rosé Days: CHSWFF Recap (Eater Charleston).
- Le Farfalle’s Signature Dinner was a marathon of Italian/Asian/American-imbued flavors (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Poet Laureate Marcus Amaker writes W+F poem (Charleston City Paper).
- W+F’s SFA Dockside Supper gave a long overdue hat tip to Workmen’s Cafe (Charleston City Paper).
- Rappahannock Oyster Bar names opening date (Charleston City Paper).
- Jack of Cups Blends Asian, Southern, Mexican, and Italian With Comforting Results (Eater Charleston).
- That time the Top Chef: Charleston finale made me cry (Charleston City Paper).
- Park Circle’s St. Paddy’s Day Block Party & Parade Returns on 3/11 (HCS).
- Venues are popping up around Charleston to make up for its growing arts scene (Post & Courier).
- The New “Lady” Of Southern Charm (FITS News).
- Support Charleston Stage by bidding in their Online Auction (Charity Auctions).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Coach John Kresse (HCS).
- King Charles Inn Announces Monthly Pop-Up Series (HCS).
- Former Wando pitcher Chris Holba to start for East Carolina against College of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Slightly Stoopid Returns to Riverfront Park this June (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Julian Smith (HCS).
- Nation’s ‘worst’ biking city gets a new, yet familiar, advocate (Post & Courier).
- Negligence lawsuit filed against City of Isle of Palms after man’s death (ABC News 4).
- No more curbside pickup of old TVs and other electronic waste in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- City of Charleston police officer arrested, charged with DUI (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina is the fifth worst in nation when it comes to medical debt (Post & Courier).
- First Recipient of Alison Piepmeier Scholarship Named (CofC).
- Google visits Laing Middle, home of top STEM program in US (ABC News 4).
- ‘Save My Care’ bus tour stops in Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Police respond to aggravated assault incident at local middle school (News 2).
- Trey Gowdy to Trump administration: If you have evidence of wire tapping, you are ‘welcome to release it’ (Post & Courier).
- Mosquito Control’s Citizen Awareness Campaign (Charleston County).
- Isle of Palms prepares for beach season with several redevelopment plans (ABC News 4).
- $18 million Coleman Boulevard project should improve Shem Creek water quality (Post & Courier).
- Mom of Charleston 9 victim asks about delayed tribute at site of fire (ABC News 4).
- Cops: Citadel Mall theater manager caught peeping at woman in restroom (Live 5 News).
- Crews start clean-up of building that collapsed in downtown Charleston over weekend (ABC News 4).
- Boeing moves ahead with job cuts as 1,800 take buyouts (CNN).
- Former journalist who fabricated story about Dylann Roof arrested over threats to Jewish institutions (Post & Courier).
- Man hopes to save daughter’s best friend with kidney donation (ABC News 4).
- Authorities investigate armed robbery in North Charleston (News 2).
- Lowcountry solar installations boom in 2016 as local governments issue nearly 1,400 permits (Post & Courier).
- Folly Beach police: Man poses as SLED agent, points gun at gas station employee (ABC News 4).
- Shipping firm, captain sentenced in maritime pollution case with Charleston ties (Post & Courier).
- Man killed in Summerville collision identified (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina woman’s April the Giraffe impression goes viral (Live 5 News).
- Warmer winter means the bugs are back earlier (News 2).
- New Nexton developer plans to build 6,500 homes in the Summerville neighborhood; 4,000 acres sells for $90 million (Post & Courier).
- Three iron crosses honoring Confederate veterans have been stolen from historic Sheldon church near Beaufort (Post & Courier).
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