- Dylann Roof friend Joey Meek sentenced to 27 months for staying silent about Emanuel AME Church shooting (Post & Courier).
- Charleston mayor transported to hospital as precaution after experiencing dizziness (Live 5 News).
- Tim Tebow coming to South Carolina to play baseball for the Columbia Fireflies (Post & Courier).
- In praise of downtown Charleston’s struggling corner stores (Post & Courier).
- 1 person dead after stabbing in Goose Creek (ABC News 4).
- College of Charleston dealing with rodent infestation (Live 5 News).
- Gov. Henry McMaster wants to replace Ports board members who questioned payments to embattled political consultant Richard Quinn (Post & Courier).
- Soft-Shell Crabs Return to Charleston Restaurants (HCS).
- DB’s Cheesesteaks, Hoagies & More: Now Open in Avondale (HCS).
- Lowcountry Cajun Festival Returns for its 26th Straight Year (HCS).
- Homemade Cincinnati chili coming to North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Smoke BBQ Brings the Heat to Coleman Boulevard (Eater Charleston).
- The Brick Opens on Friday (HCS).
- Famed Gullah Chef Charlotte Jenkins Joins Team at The Gentry (Eater Charleston).
- After a series of Gullah restaurant closures, a new one emerges in the most unexpected place (Charleston City Paper).
- S.C. farmers lost 90 percent of peach crop last week (Charleston City Paper).
- Rappahannock Oyster Company Throws Open the Doors (Eater Charleston).
- City holds second ‘History Harvest’ to gather more stories on DeReef Park (Charleston City Paper).
- Downtown Charleston restaurant Harold’s Cabin bids farewell to executive chef (Post & Courier).
- First Word on Mexican Eatery Pancito & Lefty (Eater Charleston).
- #HowIEatLocal Instagram Contest (Lowcountry Local First).
- Some area Meals on Wheels programs could see funding cuts (Live 5 News).
- Drawing Room channels classic local restaurants for wine dinner (Post & Courier).
- Limehouse Produce Launches 3rd Annual “Berry Creative” School Campaign (HCS).
- Police: Driver had “medical event”, drove into Applebee’s restaurant (Live 5 News).
- New dish at Edmund’s illustrates how ideas travel (Post & Courier).
- Cocktail Club Welcomes Spring With Killer Tofus and Holy Rollers (Eater Charleston).
- 8 taco places we found on our North Charleston taco crawl (Charleston City Paper).
- More Former Braves & Yankees Sign On to Play in Alumni Game at The Joe (HCS).
- Charleston Beach Wrestling returning to Folly Beach (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina Ballet to present ‘Emanuel: Love is the Answer’ (ABC News 4).
- USC beat Duke. Here’s how the upset appeared in S.C. and N.C. newspapers (Charleston City Paper).
- Clemson’s ‘Prowl and Growl’ releases new details for Charleston area event (Post & Courier).
- FILL Restaurant & Piano Bar to Host A Jazzy Affair (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Box and Jessica from 105.5 The Bridge (HCS).
- More Celebrities Join Lineup for NEEDTOBREATHE Classic Benefiting OneWorld Health (HCS).
- Cruise to Offer Views of Total Eclipse and Raise Money for Darkness To Light (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: The Pat Tillman Honor Run Interview (HCS).
- Charleston Battery sign 5 ahead of home opener (ABC News 4).
- O2 Fitness & City of Charleston Present Free Workout Series (HCS).
- Stingrays leading scorer joins AHL’s Manitoba Moose (ABC News 4).
- ETV Endowment and SCETV host free public preview screening of The Great War (Charleston City Paper)
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Katie Zimmerman (HCS).
- Cooper River Bridge Run Hosts First Ever Doggie Fashion Show (HCS).
- 5th Wall Productions’ ‘Snowblind’ is worth the trek through Citadel Mall (Charleston City Paper).
- It’s designers’ time to shine for the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League’s Showhouse (Post & Courier).
- Redux holds “BIG” Yard/Art Sale this Saturday (Charleston City Paper).
- Corruption probe eyes political operatives’ aid to then-S.C. GOP chair Henry McMaster (Post & Courier).
- Deteriorated, congested roads costing Lowcountry drivers $1,850 each year (News 2).
- South Carolina’s ‘disturbing schools’ law revision advances to Senate floor (Post & Courier).
- WiFi on wheels: Google helping students get online, on the go in Berkeley County (Live 5 News).
- Judge to feds: Move a ton of plutonium from South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- S.C. Lawmakers Push Increased Protection for Teen Violence (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Dwayne Green (HCS).
- Pathway to Politics: SC Women Run headed to the Lowcountry (News 2).
- 3 SCDOT workers plead guilty in kickback schemes (News 2).
- Electronic welcome sign planned for Folly Beach, but digital signs still banned for businesses (Post & Courier)
- CARTA Celebrates National Transit Driver Appreciation Day (CRBJ BizWire).
- Charleston hotel map’s future uncertain (Post & Courier).
- Significantly more men in aviation than women (Live 5 News).
- Trump warning on Obamacare replacement foreshadows 2018 for South Carolina Republicans (Post & Courier).
- March for Science Charleston Set for Earth Day (HCS).
- SC infant mortality rate drops more than 20 percent (Live 5 News).
- Former Morris Sokol Furniture site in downtown Charleston could become five projects, not two (Post & Courier).
- March 21: Tied for the hottest March day in Charleston EVER (ABC News 4).
- Lawsuits filed after alleged abuse at Salvation Army in West Ashley (Post & Courier).
- Small earthquake recorded in Summerville (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina man uses toy light saber to protect himself from knife-wielding teen, police say (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police ask for help locating burglary suspect (ABC News 4).
- New hotel may rise at site of former restaurant (Live 5 News).
- Witness: Man was ‘wasted’ when he fired gun into Summerville crowd (ABC News 4).
- Port unplugged: Hurricane put Charleston ship terminal on backup power (Post & Courier).
- West Ashley smoke possibly a product of ‘smoke testing’ (ABC News 4).
- Charleston area HR startup Job Market Maker pulls down new investment (Post & Courier).
- Companies investing $100M in 2 Charleston apartment developments (Post & Courier).
- 4 people killed, 1 hurt in South Carolina house fire (News 2).
- Downtown Charleston apartment complex sells for nearly $22.2M (Post & Courier).
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