- Charleston Chosen as “The South’s Best City of 2017” (HCS).
- Bloody fingerprint leads to murder charge in Goose Creek murder case (ABC News 4).
- Officer’s lawyers want to limit what prosecutors say to jury (ABC News 4).
- 5 students injured in school bus accident (ABC News 4).
- Debbie Antonelli of Mount Pleasant to call NCAA tournament games (ABC News 4).
- Reports: Mt. Pleasant man used shotgun ammo to kill wife (Live 5 News).
- Bay Street Biergarten Hosts the Beyoncé Brunch (HCS).
- Drink green Gamechangers and more this St. Patrick’s Day around Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Friends of the Library and Bay Street Biergarten Bring Back “Books for Beer”! (HCS).
- After suffering a medical crisis, Jeff Butler reopens the ‘Wich Doctor today (Charleston City Paper).
- The ‘Wich Doctor Makes Triumphant Return (Eater Charleston).
- Eat Local Month & the Eat Local Challenge Start on April 1st (HCS).
- John Lewis’ Tex Mex Eatery Moves Closer To Opening, Gets A Name (Eater Charleston).
- The Codfather unleashes his next concept: Port City Pie Factory (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Tommy and Billy Hall of Halls Chophouse (HCS).
- ALDI to open first Mount Pleasant store (News 2).
- From apple tastings to French cooking lessons, three local organizations are determined to help kids eat well (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston area chefs jumping on super-early strawberries (Post & Courier).
- Blueberry farmers hopeful crop survived the cold (ABC News 4).
- Palmetto Brewing Hosts the Bridge Run Brew Bash on 4/1 (HCS).
- Yuichiro “Junior” Takebata Joins Charleston Miyabi (Eater Charleston).
- We shopped at Mt. Pleasant’s new ALDI grocery store so you don’t have to (Charleston City Paper).
- The Pickle Recipe is sweeter than critics say (Post & Courier).
- Taking a closer look at this year’s Terrace Charleston Film Festival (Charleston City Paper).
- “Megan Leavey” Trailer Released; Portion of Movie Was Filmed in Charleston (HCS).
- Two-Day Bluegrass Festival to Be Held in Middleton Place Woodlands (HCS).
- Tin Roof hosts a free screening of Ava DuVernay’s Oscar nominated documentary, 13th (Charleston City Paper).
- Talking fantasy fashion and creative transformation with a Charleston cosplayer (Charleston City Paper).
- Shovels & Rope announce Low Tide Social: a High Water Fest kickoff party (Charleston City Paper).
- NCAA Notes: HB2 questions follow North Carolina, Duke to Palmetto State (Post & Courier).
- As Charleston celebrates official Day of Puppetry, take a look back at ventriloquists past (Charleston City Paper).
- Piano-pop artist David Higgins talks songwriting and touring on a budget with Chicago’s Robert Lamm (Charleston City Paper).
- Tickets still available for Ibu runway show and talk by Ali MacGraw on April 26 (Charleston City Paper).
- Citadel baseball team routs Winthrop, 34-8 (ABC News 4).
- Aziz Ansari announces season 2 premiere for Master of None (Charleston City Paper).
- Heading West: No. 1 seed Gamecocks top Stockton Regional (ABC News 4).
- Freddy Cole, brother of Nat, considered storyteller in jazz (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Battery sign midfield duo (ABC News 4).
- Director of Sophie and the Rising Sun says thanks to McClellanville with festival screening (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina congressman Mark Sanford votes against House GOP health care bill (Post & Courier).
- Teacher works with local bike shop to give hundreds of students bikes (News 2).
- Evolving Southern culture beyond the Stars and Bars (Charleston City Paper).
- With federal investigations ongoing, Charleston is not immune to anti-Semitic threats (Charleston City Paper).
- Sullivan’s Island Police Chief resigns (Live 5 News).
- Public college textbook policy legislation advances in SC Senate (SC Radio Network).
- UN Ambassador Nikki Haley talks tough on Russia, but not Trump in ‘Today’ show interview (Post & Courier).
- Nikki Haley has tweeted about ‘The Americans’ twice since joining Donald Trump’s cabinet (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston announces listening sessions on short-term rentals (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston neighborhood sees promise in future playground (Live 5 News).
- Plan to renovate North Charleston’s former Chicora Elementary on hold (Post & Courier).
- Will South Carolina ever get the green light on medical marijuana? (Live 5 News).
- Berkeley County School District to hold Bright Ideas Expo (News 2).
- James Island to decide future of town’s murals (Live 5 News).
- Downtown Charleston to say goodbye to another longtime retailer; two new shops moving in (Post & Courier).
- T-shirts now on sale to support March for Science Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Realigned road, new parking deck part of $133.7M plan for Charleston airport (Post & Courier).
- Missing Charleston woman last seen in downtown located, police say (Live 5 News).
- Grand jury indicts Ladson man charged in fentanyl bust (ABC News 4).
- Crews clear car fire on I-526 Eastbound between Rivers, N. Rhett (Live 5 News).
- Owner of North Charleston pulls his own gun when robbers arrived (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Vince Graham (HCS).
- Tiger Lily Donates $1,800 from Charity in Bloom to Chase After a Cure (CRBJ BizWire).
- Carolina Children’s Charity donates bikes to special needs brothers (News 2).
- Charleston man gets 25 year prison sentence for sexual assault of minors (ABC News 4).
- Let’s Celebrate Women (Yelp Charleston).
- Police: Man steals $2,700 in coins from bowling alley (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston business owners disappear after Hurricane Matthew (News 2).
- 2 sent to hospital after house fire, crews have to revisit as hot spots flare up (ABC news 4).
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