- Dylann Roof sentenced on state charges after guilty pleas in Charleston church shooting (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston police officer fired for domestic violence arrest (ABC News 4).
- Road named in honor of Ariel Morgan, victim in deadly unsolved 2014 shooting (ABC News 4).
- Downtown officer-involved shooting under investigation by SLED (Charleston City Paper).
- Mom of strangled inmate questions how attacks slipped notice (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster hauls in $960,000, setting him up for looming primary battle (Post & Courier).
- ‘We don’t support their efforts.’ Sons of Confederate Veterans not pleased with Secessionists’ Summerville flagging (Post & Courier).
- A year after a fire shuttered Palace Hotel, the bar has reopened (Charleston City Paper).
- Giant pizza slice seller Benny Ravello’s opens on King Street this week (Charleston City Paper).
- 15 Minutes with Jamee Haley (Charleston Mag).
- Fast and French joins growing national trend, eliminates tipping (Charleston City Paper).
- Stolen Boulevard Diner sign returned to Pelican’s SnoBalls (ABC News 4).
- The Indigo Road Brings Charlotte Crew to Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Commonhouse Aleworks will open in Park Circle this fall (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina corn set to join national registry (Post & Courier).
- Eat Local Challenge: Spade & Clover’s CSA (Charleston Food Writer).
- Meet the Mastermind Behind the Scenes at Park Pizza Co. and AC’s Brunch (Eater Charleston).
- Fatz Cafe goes South in bid to keep brand afloat (Post & Courier).
- More seafood shoppers gravitating toward freezer case (Post & Courier).
- SC State Hall of Fame Class Includes Emanuel Nine’s Coleman-Singleton (Live 5 News).
- Enjoy a Night at the Brewseum (HCS).
- Despite rain, Darius Rucker keeps promise and puts on free concert at the University of South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- What’s New in Charleston This Spring (Charleston CVB).
- Red Ribbon 5K Run & AIDS Walk Set for September (HCS).
- PURE Theatre to Host “Women & Cohen: A Tribute to Leonard Cohen” (HCS).
- Dr. John headlines first festival at Bowman’s Yonder Field (Charleston City Paper).
- Tipping Point: A romance—and an album—years in the making formally debuted in February. Here, get to know country duo Sally & George (Charleston Mag).
- Kathryn C. Dennis Says Her Custody Arrangement with Thomas Ravenel Has Made Her “Break Down in Tears” (Bravo).
- Gibbes Museum of Art announces its annual street party theme, Food is Art (Charleston City Paper).
- Twiddle Releases Lyric Video Ahead of Pour House Show (HCS).
- RiverDogs to Honor Charleston Icon Tony the Peanut Man (News 2).
- Bank of America Chamber Music Series announces program details (Charleston City Paper).
- Psychic Medium John Edward Appearing in North Charleston (HCS).
- Local Celebrities Help Raise $80,000 for The ARK’s Respite, Support Programs (The Digitel).
- Stacy Huggins Geist steps down as Redux’s Executive Director (Charleston City Paper).
- Dawn Staley and team honored with parade, thousands of fans and new street (ABC News 4).
- College of Charleston freshman basketball player Chevez Goodwin to transfer (Post & Courier).
- RiverDogs win with a walk-off over Augusta GreenJackets (ABC News 4).
- Hitting their stride: No. 5 Clemson Tigers hope to stay hot when Charleston Southern visits Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Tuesday (Post & Courier).
- Attendees chant ‘you lie’ at U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson during Graniteville town hall (Post & Courier).
- Nikki Haley gets booed, heckled at summit hours after taking on Russia at the United Nations (Post & Courier).
- Former College of Charleston fraternity brothers surrender to police (Post & Courier).
- Both sides await judge’s ruling on lawsuit challenging Charleston’s tour guide laws (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Kaye Koonce (HCS).
- Detention center deputy arrested for contraband (ABC News 4).
- County responds to wrongful death suit after toddler died at park (News 2).
- South Carolina employers apply for high-skilled work permits as uncertainty swirls around H-1B program’s future (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Elder James Johnson (HCS).
- Charleston County Mosquito Control aerial operations notification (News 2).
- Fallen Lowcountry firefighter will be honored Wednesday (ABC News 4).
- International African American Museum gets $250,000 gift from Michael Bennett (Post & Courier).
- Few regulations, no insurance required for South Carolina bounce house operators (ABC News 4).
- For one South Carolina family, many memories of one tiny Edisto Island cabin (Post & Courier).
- 20 arrests made after BCSO operation targeting several neighborhoods (ABC News 4).
- Downtown Charleston shops renovate, expand; new ones opening (Post & Courier).
- 2 teenage girls die after falling from Myrtle Beach hotel (Live 5 News).
- Air Force vet’s remains found in suitcase in bizarre case to be laid to be honored at Ft. Jackson (Live 5 News).
- Sears to close Northwoods Mall store (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry crabbers teaming with DNR to protect Diamondback Terrapins (ABC News 4).
- Plans for another hotel in Charleston’s Spring St. area up for review this week (Post & Courier).
- Volvo’s Berkeley County plant progressing on schedule (ABC News 4).
- Man killed in early-morning James Island crash (Live 5 News).
- Float on – How to stay safe on the Lowcountry’s waterways (Post & Courier).
- Driver dies after striking power pole, being pulled from burning car (Live 5 News).
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