- Will new development gentrify Charleston’s historically black Ashleyville neighborhood? Residents have mixed views (Post & Courier).
- Death row dispatches: Charleston man shares writings from visits with inmates waiting to die (Post & Courier).
- Police give new details from day special needs child almost drowned in pond near school (ABC News 4).
- How to Help Families Affected by James Island Apartment Fire (HCS).
- Prosecutors plan to seek new charges against accused terrorist (Live 5 News).
- Bill Murray, Brad Creger, and Mike Veeck’s Food Truck-O-Rama expected to open this summer (Charleston City Paper).
- Harbinger Cafe opens with scones, toasts, and breakfast sandwiches (Charleston City Paper).
- The Harbinger Inspires Multiple Breakfast Instagrams (Eater Charleston).
- Xiao Bao owners plan to take Tu in new directions (Post & Courier).
- Local nonprofit raising money while delivering treats (News 2).
- Meet Chef Barbara Lynch and Extra Crispy Editor Kat Kinsman at Blue Bicycle Books this Saturday (Charleston City Paper).
- Munkle Brewing Co. allegedly opening late summer (Charleston City Paper).
- Chef Maneet Chauhan Visits Le Creuset on 6/14 (HCS).
- High Wire Distilling Co. rewards incorrigible Negroni drinkers (Post & Courier).
- The Kickin’ Chicken Donated Over 1,000 Meal to Local Teachers (HCS).
- Following in Nat Fuller’s footsteps with Detour and chef Kevin Mitchell (Post & CourIEr).
- Tim Judge named General Manager of three Hutson Alley restaurants (Lowcountry Biz SC).
SPOLETO AND PICCOLO SPOLETO FESTIVALS
- Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra dazzles with works old and new (Charleston City Paper).
- Spoleto scenesters devour Le Farfalle whipped ricotta, rehash ‘Eugene Onegin’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Deshaun Watson & Mike Williams to Sign Autograph in Mt. Pleasant (HCS).
- All-Star Worthy, Four RiverDogs Land on SAL All-Star Roster (Charleston RiverDogs).
- Tony Bennett To Play the Gaillard Center in August (HCS).
- Stingrays swept in Kelly Cup finals with 2-1 Game 4 loss to Colorado Eagles (ABC News 4).
- Walk the Red Carpet With Purpose on 6/24 (HCS).
- RiverDogs Rep the 843, Pay Tribute to Locals in Upcoming Homestand (MiLB).
- NFL star visits local hospital (News 2).
- The Gibbes Museum of Art to Participate in Blue Star Museums (HCS).
- Fishermen catch titanic tarpon in South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- Confessions of a Southern Charm Newbie: The Nadir of Beer Dong (Charleston City Paper).
- Gwynn’s of Mt. Pleasant Hosts Pre-Shop Event for Lafayette 148 New York’s Fall 2017 Collection (HCS).
- Stop what you’re doing and watch 2 Slices’ debut video, ‘Slow Poison’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Gamecocks travel to Japan later this month (News 2).
- CCSD superintendent: I have failed (ABC News 4).
- College of Charleston board approves tuition increase (Live 5 News).
- GOP primary challenger to U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford drops out (Post & Courier).
- Mark Sanford rode a tiny motorcycle while forcing BuzzFeed reporters on a tour of his plantation (Charleston City Paper).
- Governor seeks vote to reaffirm no grants go to abortion clinics (ABC News 4).
- Increased education spending in South Carolina still doesn’t go far enough to level disparities, some lawmakers say (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Jesse Williams (HCS).
- Local woman takes ‘Hot Car Act’ to Washington (ABC News 4).
- Alternative to jail reopens for those suffering mental illness, substance abuse and homelessness (Live 5 News).
- Mount Pleasant crews work to replace street signs over next 5 years (News 2).
- Gov. McMaster signs pain pill monitoring bill into law, capping off effort to fight opioid addiction (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Dana Beach (HCS).
- Mt. Pleasant Councilmembers recognize drainage issues in Old Village (News 2).
- North Charleston state Rep. Seth Whipper retiring from House to serve as magistrate judge (Post & Courier).
- Senate approves new South Carolina Ethics Commission members (Post & Courier).
- NAN: Protests planned outside Uncle Sam’s Mart all week after incident involving 12-yr-old (ABC News 4).
- Charleston fire stations cleared of infestations thanks, in part, to bedbug-sniffing dogs (Charleston City Paper).
- Lorelei project dies before construction begins (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Sheriff warns of gas pump skimmers from the Lowcountry to the Pee Dee (ABC News 4).
- BoomTown expanding Charleston County Operations (Charleston County).
- May’s storms wiped out almost all the pelican nests on Charleston’s Crab Bank (Post & Courier).
- Crews battled two fires in Charleston Tuesday morning (ABC News 4).
- Report: Summerville shooting incident may have started with sale of fake weed (Live 5 News).
- Police: Purse snatchers grab n’ go at Gucci (ABC News 4).
- Project Cool Breeze to provide fans, air conditioners to older people in need (Live 5 News).
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