- Dog found chained, dragged, burned in Awendaw; reward offered (ABC News 4).
- Dylann Roof’s attorneys say he ‘would rather die than be labeled mentally ill’ (ABC News 4).
- ‘What is going on?’ Charleston takes emergency action on yet another downtown building — the Read Brothers’ building (Post & Courier).
- 2 injured in drive-by shooting on English Street (ABC News 4).
- Customs seizes $1.1M in counterfeit cell phone accessories at Port of Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Four arrested for selling heroin, cocaine at Mt. Pleasant apartment complex (Live 5 News).
- A Charleston Guide to Protesting (Charleston City Paper).
- Charlotte Park is giving back to area charities one dessert at a time (Charleston City Paper).
- Nick’s Original BBQ closing on King Street because of structural problems with building (ABC News 4).
- Join Charleston’s Food & Bev Community in “Dining Out For Life” on 4/27 (HCS).
- Commonhouse Aleworks Brewery & Taproom Coming to Park Circle (HCS).
- 167 Raw pokes the palate with No. 1 tuna (Post & Courier).
- Tex-Mex Brunch Takes Over Le Farfalle (Eater Charleston).
- The Glass Onion Hosts Wine & Canvas Class on 4/26 (HCS).
- Charleston chefs, farmers buck conventional wisdom and embrace raw milk (Post & Courier).
- Dig South to spotlight restaurant app featuring artists’ input (Post & Courier).
- 11 outdoor Charleston dining spots to soothe your spring fever (Post & Courier).
- Hootie & the Blowfish Announce 2017 HomeGrown Concert Dates (HCS).
- Tickets Still Available for High Water Festival’s Low Tide Social (HCS).
- Germain Dermatology Hosts “Southern Charm’s” Patricia Altschul for Book Signing (HCS).
- How Stephen Colbert Finally Found His Elusive Groove (New York Times).
- Spoleto tunes up with six-figure Steinway grand piano, unveils its poster, and honors Stephen Colbert’s in-laws (Charleston City Paper).
- Confessions of a Southern Charm Newbie: Influencer by Birth (Charleston City Paper).
- The Charleston Symphony Orchestra announces what’s in store for next season (Charleston City Paper).
- Cultivate SC holds workshops combining science lessons, art instruction, and happy hour (Charleston City Paper).
- Gamecocks women’s basketball champions honored on cans of Coke (News 2).
- Put these 8 Southern music festivals on your radar (Charleston City Paper).
- Here are this year’s Record Store Day highlights (Charleston City Paper).
- This year Columbia’s Indie Grits celebrates Latinx culture with Visiones (Charleston City Paper).
- Lindsey Graham named one of America’s most unpopular senators in new poll (Post & Courier).
- New York Times rips “tone-deaf” S.C. politicians for NRA-backed bill allowing guns to be carried without a permit (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston City Council set to endorse Housing First model to address homelessness (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston NAACP looks back, ahead as it turns 100 (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina governor candidate still has not filed campaign report (Post & Courier).
- From sign bans to limited seating, lawmakers try to keep town halls from getting out of control (Post & Courier).
- DNC chair Tom Perez to headline South Carolina Democratic Party’s ‘Blue Palmetto’ fundraising dinner (Post & Courier).
- Charleston’s next big march is one for science (Charleston City Paper).
- News 2 I-Team: Berkeley County School District dealing with paycheck glitch (News 2).
- South Carolina’s at-risk drivers linked to disadvantaged communities and schools (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Martin O’ Malley (HCS).
- Advice on organizing from Black Lives Matter Charleston’s Muhiyidin d’Baha (Charleston City Paper).
- West Ashley Revitalization Commission to hold ribbon cutting for new office building (Live 5 News).
- Avoiding the transgender mistakes of the Queen City (Charleston City Paper).
- Jiggin’ Jerry fears Mount Pleasant park expansion would harm marine environment (Post & Courier).
- Daytime and Nighttime Lane Closure for the Folly Road at Camp Road Intersection Improvements Project (Charleston County Gov).
- An organizer of the Charleston Women’s March describes her first foray into large-scale demonstrations (Charleston City Paper).
- Sunrise services happening in the Lowcountry (Live 5 News).
- Replicas of Columbus’ famous ships, the Nina and Pinta, to visit Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Magnifilous Toy Emporium leaving downtown Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Charleston closing street for M. Dumas’s 100th anniversary event (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Mother Emanuel Church historian Liz Alston (HCS).
- Police: Crystal meth, marijuana found in woman’s ‘body cavity’ after arrest (ABC News 4).
- Live near Devon Forest? Your car may have been ‘rummaged through’ (ABC News 4).
- Lake Marion drowning victim identified (ABC News 4).
- Lawmaker: Murdered SC inmates dealt with mental illness (ABC News 4).
- Drug charges added to man suspected of stealing iPhones from King Street store (ABC News 4).
- Two arrested on murder charges for March double shooting near Hanahan (ABC News 4).
- Person ‘severely injured’ in Maybank Highway crash (ABC News 4).
- The Best Cities for Cat Lovers & Adventure Cats: Charleston, SC (Kitty Cat Chronicles).
- Camera found in South Carolina home bathroom (News 2).
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