- Freezing temperatures likely this week in the Lowcountry (Post & Courier).
- Multiple warming shelters announce plans to open this week (Live 5 News).
- Coroner: Body found in barrel identified as missing man (Live 5 News).
- Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Visits Charleston (HCS).
- Friend’s failure to report plot against Emanuel AME Church not enough for lengthier prison term, judge rules (Post & Courier).
- Cynthia Hurd Library among targets of vandalism containing racial slurs (Charleston City Paper).
- Flights canceled at Charleston airport as blizzard hits the Northeast (Post & Courier).
- Teen girls reported missing after leaving JICH (ABC News 4).
- Slager state trial hearing ends with no rulings (ABC News 4).
- Family of toddler opens up about drowning at James Island County Park (News 2).
- 23 Reasons to Visit Charleston Now (Southern Living).
- Is the New Grocery Delivery Service in Charleston Worth It? (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Mickey Bakst (HCS).
- The Glass Onion Celebrates 9th Anniversary with Half Off Local Beer (HCS).
- The Brick’s chef plans to cater to F and Bers at new space opening this month (Charleston City Paper).
- The Brick Brings Back Original Bar (Eater Charleston).
- “Kickin’ BBQ Pickin'” to Benefit Local Nonprofit (HCS).
- Normandy Farm Bakery Expands Footprint on Broad Street (Eater Charleston).
- Pizza-Heavy Italian to Take Over Former Butcher & Bee (Eater Charleston).
- Morgan Creek Grill Hosts Beer Dinner with Freehouse Brewing (HCS).
- Soft-Shell Crabs are Back at The Noisy Oyster (HCS).
- Where to Find Soft Shell Crabs in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Lowcountry farms prepare for the big chill (Live 5 News).
- Bulls Bay throws its first food festival (Post & Courier).
- Deputies search for clues in February restaurant burglary (Live 5 News).
- Hootie & The Blowfish Play the TD Arena on 3/24; Host Collegiate Golf Tournament (HCS).
- Rachel Roy Is Featured Designer at Charleston Fashion Week (WWD).
- 2017 Spoleto Festival Features over 160 Events (HCS).
- NCAA tournament weekend sold out in Greenville, 42K people expected, officials say (WYFF).
- Pat Tillman Honor Run Being Held on April 22 (HCS).
- Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and author of ‘Lean In,’ heads to Charleston this May (Charleston City Paper).
- iGoddess Fair Debuts on 4/15 (HCS).
- On the eve of its move to a new space, Redux looks back on 15 years (Charleston City Paper).
- North Charleston Business Expo Returns this Month (HCS).
- Shuttle info announced for NCAA tournament in Greenville (Live 5 News).
- Cannon Green hosts Local Makers and Shakers starting Wed. March 22 (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Michael Johnson (HCS).
- Company: Wrong name led to erroneous background check for volunteer coach (Live 5 News).
- The NCAA and the ACC are tax-exempt, but some North Carolina lawmakers don’t think they should be anymore (Post & Courier).
- Mayor Keith Summey awarded highest state honor: Order of the Palmetto (Post & Courier).
- Charleston City Council lowers heat limits for carriage horses, but debate likely to stay hot (Post & Courier).
- Flood map changes coming for Charleston County residents (Live 5 News).
- Spearman blasts report that pegs SC as last in education (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina governor’s race: Top state Democrat Jaime Harrison out, James Smith closer to getting in (Post & Courier).
- Fifteen South Carolina candidates vie to succeed Mick Mulvaney in Congress (Post & Courier).
- CofC’s Accepted Student Weekend Scheduled for March 24-25 (HCS).
- House votes to fire Public Safety director through budget (ABC News 4).
- DD2 releases approved 2017-2018 school calendar (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina bill trying to shine light on ‘dark money’ stalls in Senate panel (Post & Courier).
- Human bones found during city’s drainage work in downtown Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Running out of room: Places to store stuff surge with Charleston population (Post & Courier).
- First village geared toward the aging goes live at I’On in Mount Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Missing 13-year-old located by Charleston police (Live 5 News).
- Turkey crashes through truck’s windshield, driver suffers minor injuries (Live 5 News).
- Free workshop offered for first-time home buyers in Charleston area (Post & Courier).
- Vandals spray graffiti at West Ashley library, businesses (Live 5 News).
- NCPD: Woman pulled gun in Rite Aid and demanded Xanax (ABC News 4).
- In son’s name, Mount Pleasant mom vows to help others fight back from heroin addiction (ABC News 4).
- Denim Boutique Beija Flor Jeans to Open in Freshfields Village (HCS).
- Cars hit by gunfire in mobile home park; Man charged with attempted murder (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston startup Good Done Great expands into Canada with acquisition (Post & Courier).
- Suspect in Dollar General robberies to face judge on charges (ABC News 4).
- N. Charleston Police release photo from Remount Rd. armed robbery (Live 5 News).
- Authorities investigating pharmacy robbery in North Charleston (News 2).
- Moncks Corner man jailed and accused of raping child facing new charges in N. Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Red Cross helping family of 8 after North Charleston house fire (ABC News 4).
- Trident expands with Summerville Women’s Pavilion (ABC News 4).
- Authorities asking for help in death investigation (News 2).
- Roper St. Francis leaders want new Berkeley Hospital to be perfect (ABC News 4).
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