- It’s official: Charleston is now South Carolina’s largest city; Greenville among fastest-growing in nation (Post & Courier).
- NOAA expects ‘above normal’ hurricane season for South Carolina and the U.S. (Post & Courier).
- Ex-coroner: Elected officials being free to use N-word a ‘great thing’ about South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office searching for runaway teenager (Live 5 News).
- Authorities search for missing teenager (News 2).
- Report: Longtime Charleston restaurant Cypress closing (Post & Courier).
- Chef Craig Deihl releases statement on Cypress closure, future plans (Charleston City Paper).
- Desperate for teachers, South Carolina opens one more route to alternative certification (Post & Courier).
- DD2 in dire need of teachers (ABC News 4).
- School superintendent faces backlash over teacher evaluations, blames staff miscommunication (Charleston City Paper).
- Snapchat video shows Mount Pleasant assisted-living workers taunting two elderly women (Post & Courier).
- Stingrays win Game 7, Advance to Kelly Cup Finals (ABC News 4).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans (HCS).
- New ad from McDonald’s UK provides a startling glimpse into South Carolina life (Charleston City Paper).
- Come to Rodney Scott’s for the ‘cue, stay for the catfish sandwich (Charleston City Paper).
- Fish & Game Takeover Set for 6/7 at Fish Restaurant (HCS).
- The Glass Onion Hosts a Wine & Canvas Class on 5/31 (HCS).
- Brandon Plyler becomes South Carolina’s first Advanced Cicerone (Charleston City Paper).
- Mount Pleasant Loses Ramen Option (Eater Charleston).
- Good news, Aya Cookhouse’s closure has a silver lining (Charleston City Paper).
- Wicked Weed’s loss is South Carolina’s gain with a new sour beer festival (Charleston City Paper).
- Tijuana Flats Launches New “Flat Outrageous” Menu (HCS).
- Delicious Delights looks to replenish customer list (Post & Courier).
- Here’s a Sneak Peek at ‘Fermented,’ a New Documentary Starring Chef Edward Lee (Eater Charleston).
- Feelin’ A-Poke (Yelp Charleston).
- Spoleto Festival kicks off with downtown opening ceremony (Live 5 News).
- “Garden & Gun” to Host Conversation and Book Signing with John T. Edge (HCS).
- Republic Hosts Charleston Jazz Jam on Sunday (HCS).
- Bravo reality star opens up about sister’s tragic death (Daily Mail).
- Charleston Friends of the Library Host “That Summer Book Sale” in June (HCS).
- Mynt Hosts McKevlin’s Bikini Fashion Show on Sunday (HCS).
- Legendary Citadel head baseball coach announces retirement (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Nigel Redden & Scott Watson (HCS).
- Confessions of a Southern Charm Newbie: Our New Business Mentality (Charleston City Paper).
- Exhibition to Expedition: Coastal Expeditions Celebrates New Mark Catesby Exhibition at The Gibbes Museum of Art (HCS).
- Bishop England’s Mike Darnell makes sure father is included in state title celebration (ABC News 4).
- Smoky Weiner & The Hot Links and company reunite for 17th Annual Romp in the Swamp (Charleston City Paper).
- How to stay safe on the water this Memorial Day weekend (News 2).
- Storytree Theatre Announces Partnership with the Gaillard Center (HCS).
- Sofía Rei’s music pulls from sounds found all over the globe (Charleston City Paper).
- Roddy White gives back with Annual Summer Camp for youth (CRBJ BizWire).
- T.J. Hopkins’ three-run blast sends Gamecocks to semifinals of SEC Tournament (Post & Courier).
- Cavs beat Tigers in ACC Tournament, 10-2 (news 2).
- BCSD Announces Its Summer Feeding Program (CRBJ BizWire).
- Chasing a dream – Former College of Charleston sailor competing in Youth America’s Cup (Post & Courier).
- Love, McRae lift Cougars over Tribe, 7-6 in extra innings (News 2).
- Matt Spivey tabbed as new baseball coach at James Island (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston women finish 6th at college sailing nationals; Yale takes title (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Dr. Millicent Brown (HCS).
- Law lets inmates visit loved one’s funeral or death bed (ABC News 4).
- How to spend $8 billion: South Carolina state budget negotiations drag on (Post & Courier).
- College to Host National Collegiate Sailing Championships (CofC).
- Orangeburg restaurant owner takes Confederate flag flight to City Hall (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Leah Whatley (HCS).
- HVAC unit sparks fire alarm at AcMag High (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Trey Harrell (HCS).
- New tricounty walk and bike plan shows the possibility of a connected Charleston region (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Elizabeth Moffly (HCS).
- Charleston County Convenience Centers Will Close Memorial Day (Charleston County).
- Trump criticizes Germany, a big South Carolina trading partner (Post & Courier).
- Reward triples for information in search for missing elderly man (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina men pour beer into alligator’s mouth, post pictures, face charges (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry works to increase heroin and opioid addiction treatment and recovery programs (ABC News 4).
- Police: Suspect driving reckless causes accident, sends vehicles into water (Live 5 News).
- Survivor of WWII’s Battle of Midway to Share Memories on 75th Anniversary (HCS).
- Carriage driver hospitalized after fall (ABC News 4).
- Can you help find South Carolina’s missing children? (ABC News 4).
- Sea Island Cotton planted at McLeod Plantation Historic Site (CRBJ BizWire).
- Unspeakable loss leads to grieving mother’s mission (ABC News 4).
- Police make arrest at traffic stop in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Walterboro man locked kids up without AC, little water, made them use bucket for toilet (ABC News 4).
- Troopers prepare for heavy travel as summer begins (Live 5 News).
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