- BCSO: Woman found shot dead in Berkeley County (ABC News 4).
- Four high-speed police chases result in crashes in Charleston area in two weeks (Post & Courier).
- 3 Portuguese Man O’ War wash up on Sullivan’s Island (ABC News 4).
- The Charleston Forum Hosting Evening Discussion on Race (HCS).
- Search continues for missing 8-year-old Bennettsville girl; arrest made in mom’s murder (Live 5 News).
- Severed human foot found at Charleston City Marina (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster plans to veto gas tax as lawmakers close in on deal (Post & Courier).
- City: Damage to Denmark Vesey statue not vandalism (ABC News 4).
- Repairs begin (Live 5 News).
- Chef and Farmer Join Forces to Create New Downtown Restaurant (HCS).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- 1Kept to take over Barony Tavern space (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Distilling Co. planning move to Johns Island (Charleston City Paper).
- Scarecrow Brings on Talent From ‘Best Restaurant in America’ (Eater Charleston).
- Greek Restaurant From John Ondo Opening This Month (Eater Charleston).
- Miyabi Announces Mother’s Day Specials & Hours (HCS).
- Is a bookstore and wine bar opening in the French Quarter? (Charleston City Paper).
- Pawpaw Launches Sunday Brunch With Beignets and Lobster Benedict (Eater Charleston).
- Hyman’s Seafood Offering Lowcountry Teachers a Free Meal Tuesday (HCS).
- Gibbes Museum Gathered All the Star Chefs Under One Tent (Eater Charleston).
- Shaved ice arrives in downtown Charleston at new Spring Street restaurant (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry Chef Wins Big on Food Network’s ‘Cooks vs Cons’ (Eater Charleston).
- Marcho Farms recalls meat sold in six states — including South Carolina — for possible E. coli contamination (Post & Courier).
- Stingrays To Host Games 1-3 of Eastern Conference Finals vs. Manchester (South Carolina Stingrays).
- How Southern Charm Became the Sleeper Hit of Bravo (E!)
- Charleston Jam Cruise Ready to Sail Again (HCS).
- Sister Hazel’s 12th Annual Hazelnut Hang Scheduled for June (HCS).
- PHOTOS: Redux Contemporary Art Center opens on Upper King Street (Charleston City Paper).
- Reggae Nights Return to James Island County Park in June (HCS).
- 13th Annual Share Our Suzy Memorial Day Party (HCS).
- Kinky Boots and Book of Mormon among the shows on the PAC’s Best of Broadway 2017-2018 lineup (Charleston City Paper).
- Beckett Boutique Hosts Charity Fashion Show at Victor Social Club (HCS).
- Patriots Point To Host Free Memorial Day Play (HCS).
- 92-year-old cabaret singer Lynne Charnay performs at Threshold Rep this Saturday (Charleston City Paper).
- Swedish Folk/Americana Musician Sofia Talvik to Perform at Palmetto Brewing (HCS).
- A guide to help you decide whether you should bother with ‘Southern Charm Savannah’ (Island Packet).
- Carolina Youth Action Project to Host Launch Party/Fundraiser (HCS).
- More Former Braves & Yankees Sign On to Play in Alumni Game at The Joe (HCS).
- “The Brain That Wouldn’t Die” Heads to the Music Hall (HCS).
- Lowcountry singer Quiana Parler stands at career crossroads (Post & Courier).
- Wando, Bishop England claim Lower State golf tournaments (Post & Courier).
- S.C. Sen. Lindsey Graham invites Obama officials to testify on Russian interference in 2016 election (Post & Courier).
- If shutdown needed to fix Washington, ‘so be it,’ South Carolina’s Mick Mulvaney says (Post & Courier).
- For Sen. Tim Scott and chief of staff Jennifer DeCasper, a close bond and ‘divine’ partnership (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Charleston County Treasurer Mary Tinkler (HCS).
- Thousands join petition to put single-member districts on Mt. Pleasant ballot (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Anton Gunn (HCS).
- Is ‘blue lives matter’ billboard near Walter Scott shooting scene a show of support or division? (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Brady Quirk-Garvan (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Shakem Ahket (HCS).
- Tecklenburg, Mullen to be honored at CofC award ceremony (Live 5 News).
- Should minors convicted of certain sex crimes be required to register as offenders for life? S.C. Supreme Court rules yes as attorneys, researchers cast doubts (Post & Courier).
- Isle of Palms 2017 beach season parking management plan (News 2).
- Input meetings scheduled for West Ashley residents (Live 5 News).
- Texting Tickets: Is SC law strict enough? (Live 5 News).
- Meet Mac: South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster debuts new First Dog (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Chip Limehouse (HCS).
- Online map shows how S.C. counties compare on affordable housing (Charleston City Paper).
- Spring-Cannon streets two-way conversion set to begin this summer (Charleston City Paper).
- Crews working scene of sinkhole on Rivers Avenue (ABC News 4).
- Report: Men handcuffed in King Street Public House restroom by police impersonator (ABC News 4).
- Project Cool Breeze sets out to keep the elderly cool this summer (News 2).
- Charleston area first responders get TIM training (Live 5 News).
- Mother’s Day deliveries that won’t break the bank (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Unknown History (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Attorney Mark Peper (HCS).
- Three arrested on drug trafficking charges in Summerville (Live 5 News).
- Customs intercepts 2 types of invasive pests at Charleston port (Post & Courier).
- S.C. teen’s blog about Netflix’s controversial ’13 Reasons Why’ gets media attention; what parents should know about the show (Post & Courier).
- Bigger cranes being readied to serve bigger ships at Port of Charleston (Post & Courier).
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