- BCSD Superintendent Brenda Blackburn resigns (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina lawmakers propose Dylann Roof loophole bill (ABC News 4).
- Charleston area economy nearly unstoppable, chamber forecasters say (Post & Courier).
- Domestic violence funds fall victim to shifting South Carolina budget (Post & Courier).
- Man found shot dead on ground on S. Surrey Drive (ABC News 4).
- SLED issues endangered missing person advisory for elderly woman (Live 5 News).
- Pre-trial hearing in ex-officer’s federal civil rights trial (News 2).
- HCS & InTown Team up for Guest Bartending Event Benefiting the Center for Women (HCS).
- Frothy Beard 2.0 opens in West Ashley on Saturday (Charleston City Paper).
- Bay Street Biergarten Presents Hops & Hoops (HCS).
- East Cooper Meals on Wheels Partners with Whole Foods (HCS).
- Chef John Zucker Will Open Purlieu This Spring (HCS).
- Grab a Taste of Hutson Alley on April 6th (HCS).
- At Workmen’s Cafe, Lunchtime Is a Meat-and-Three Paradise (Eater Charleston).
- Holy Crab, Look At Those Cakes (Yelp Charleston).
- McCarus Beverage Co. presents the wines of i Clivi at Chez Nous (Charleston City Paper).
- Land O’Lakes Donates 40,000 Pounds of Mac & Cheese to Lowcountry Food Bank (HCS).
- Strong Solidarity at Goat.Sheep.Cow.North for International Women’s Day (Eater Charleston).
- Poke Tea House offers a dizzying number of combinations on the classic Hawaiian dish (Charleston City Paper).
- Root Baking Co. prepares to mill more local grains (Post & Courier).
- Retail/Wine/Coffee Takes Over Former Boone’s Bar (Eater Charleston).
- Ed Sheeran Performs at the Coliseum in September (HCS).
- Charleston’s Raven Saunders again shatters NCAA record (ABC News 4).
- RiverDogs Release 2017 Promos & Specials (HCS).
- Power Ranking: Charleston RiverDogs 2017 promotional nights (Charleston City Paper).
- RiverDogs announce ‘Tony the Peanut Man Night’ (ABC News 4).
- The Alley Brings Back the Hoop Fever Challenge (HCS).
- Ballet to focus on recovery following Charleston church shooting (Live 5 News).
- The George Gallery brings together three distinct contemporary Charleston artists (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Deon Richardson (HCS).
- BJ Barham Plays Pure Theatre in May (HCS).
- Town of Summerville to host Movies in the Park (Live 5 News).
- The CSO presents springtime Masterworks concert A Sea Symphony (Charleston City Paper).
- TJ Phillips Returns to Radio: Walking on Air (Mount Pleasant Magazine).
- Spirit of Tony the Peanut Man alive at St. Patrick’s Day parade (ABC News 4).
- Gibbes Museum of Art presents the Visual Blues of Jacob Lawrence (Charleston City Paper).
- Stratford softball team pays tribute to Whitney Jordan (ABC News 4).
- Charleston’s long-awaited skatepark finally opens (Charleston City Paper).
- Historic Charleston Foundation celebrates 70th anniversary with antiques show and five-week festival (Post & Courier).
- Stingrays top Blades 2-1 during Pink in the Rink (ABC News 4).
- Charleston area and regional productions among Terrace Charleston Film Festival’s visual feast (Post & Courier).
- Watch Southern Charm’s best moments before series returns for Season 4 (Monsters & Critics).
- Burke championship basketball team presented title medals by wife of Modie Risher (ABC News 4).
- The Citadel is one of five original NCAA teams that have never made it to the Big Dance (Charleston City Paper).
- Summerville retires number of Tripp Rabon (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Congressman Mark Sanford (HCS).
- Tourism officers patrol Peninsula, help tourists navigate the Holy City’s treasures (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Russell Guerard (HCS).
- Charleston County Council Announces Vacancies on Boards and Commissions (Charleston County).
- City of Charleston’s ‘Neighborhood Toolkit’ provides resources for neighborhood associations (Live 5 News).
- New Traffic Signals to Begin Flash Mode on Harbor View Road (Charleston County).
- DHEC: Burning trash is illegal in SC (Live 5 News).
- Charleston charter music school could find new home under Burke High’s roof (Post & Courier).
- Slade column: Five ways to compensate for South Carolina’s potential gas tax increase (Post & Courier).
- Hicks column: Tell South Carolina lawmakers you believe in open records, meetings (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police use ice cream to link suspect to smashed windows at 12 downtown buildings (Post & Courier).
- CAS offers spay/neuter services to-go (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston man arrested in bank robbery, 50-mile police chase (Post & Courier).
- The Skinny Dip to Open Charleston Store (HCS).
- Suspected ice cream thief linked to rash of vandalism downtown (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina rated 5th worst state for DUI (News 2).
- Anonymous letter with GPS coordinates leads South Carolina officers to buried body in Bishopville (Post & Courier).
- Report: Deputies stop Charleston man from robbing Food Lion after failed robbery at Burger King (Live 5 News).
- Fire rips through Palmetto Store in McClellanville (ABC News 4).
- Getting a grip on real world feminism (Charleston City Paper).
- Men rescued from mountain of cabbage after crash lucky to be alive, officials say (ABC News 4).
- Restoration efforts underway at USS Yorktown with fuel removal (Live 5 News).
- Staples to close 70 stores in 2017; fate of 4 Charleston-area stores unknown (Post & Courier).
- SCHP: One confirmed death in wreck involving pedestrian (Live 5 News).
- Mercedes-Benz Vans marks construction milestone at North Charleston Sprinter factory (Post & Courier).
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