- Linda Page declared winner in Mount Pleasant mayor’s race (Post & Courier).
- Dorchester County Election Results (News 2).
- Linda Page’s first days as Mount Pleasant’s Mayor-elect (ABC News 4).
- Legare Farms: Second pig killed by hunters on a boat (ABC News 4).
- Former S.C. State official arrives for hearing in federal corruption case (Post & Courier).
- Elise Testone releases new single and readies post-Idol disc (Charleston City Paper).
- The sudden and surprising success of the Dead 27s (CCP).
- Rachel Kate spreads the love and shares the hate (CCP).
- Godwin Falcon embodies the beers-and-bros ideal (CCP).
- Gino Castillo’s improvised journey from Quito to Charleston (CCP).
- Wild Olive’s Sullivan Island Project Gets a Name (Eater Charleston).
- Journeyman chef on his way to becoming a master with his new restaurant The Granary (Charleston City Paper).
- Unpaid Bills and Illness Conspire to Close Ernie’s Restaurant (Post & Courier).
- A new café hides away at Zero George (Charleston City Paper).
- The Alley and The Glass Onion Introduce New Cocktail Lists (Post & Courier).
- Fermentation Focus Bubbles Up at Chefs Collaborative (Post & Courier).
- Summerville Cricket Club is off to fast start (Summerville Journal Scene).
- Clemson’s Boyd, South Carolina’s Shaw among finalists for Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Southern Releases 2014 Baseball Schedule (Live 5 News).
- Spurrier salary 12th in the nation, 5th in the SEC; Swinney No. 28 overall (Post & Courier).
- Battery’s Patterson joins Ottowa Fury FC (ABC News 4).
- Gamecocks coach Dawn Staley hopes her program takes another step toward the elite (Post & Courier).
- High School Hero Week 10: Stratford High’s Nick Smith (ABC News 4).
- Police respond to Downtown shooting (Live 5 News).
- If you have any information on this incident, call Crime Stoppers at 843-554-1111
- MUSC looking for missing man (News 2).
- SC competes for Boeing’s 777-X design (Live 5 News).
- S.C. ‘never really in the mix’ for Boeing 777X (Post & Courier).
- St. Andrews School of Math and Science help students excel through hands on learning (News 2).
- Police: Woman chases kids with butcher knife, yells ‘Someone’s gonna die today’ (Live 5 News).
- Summerville FD celebrates placement in world competition (ABC News 4).
- Manhunt underway for Beaufort burglary suspect (Live 5 News).
- Sexual assaults near CofC highlight problem of victim blaming (Charleston City Paper).
- Multi-car accident shuts down Mount Pleasant intersection (News 2).
- SC senators and public discuss health care bill (ABC News 4).
- Radio transmissions: Real time sights and sounds of the East Bay Street fire (News 2).
- City African American museum funding approved (Post & Courier).
- The Blotter: C for Citation (Charleston City Paper).
Cook It Raw: Swamp to Table (New York Times).
- Suspect sought for attacking woman, stealing her car (Live 5 News).
- SC advocates for elderly push for advocacy program (Post & Courier).
- Live 5 News Investigates: Finders Keepers (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston wants to extend special tax district to finance redevelopment (Post & Courier).
- Pedestrian struck by car after striking deer (ABC News 4).
- Reward offered for info leading to arrest of bank robber (ABC News 4).
- Media guru Phil Cooke urges Christians to focus amid growing distractions (Post & Courier).
- Teens behind bars after theater owner attacked, robbed (Live 5 News).
- Performing arts funds approved in Myrtle Beach (ABC News 4).
- The workplace bully affects the bottom line (News 2).
- RiverDogs Win Top Promotional Organization Award
- 2013 Charleston City Paper Music Awards Results
- Mellow Mushroom Celebrates “Melvember”
- Vickery’s 15th Annual Fall Oyster Roast is Sunday
- Want to be an extra in a web short featuring Cam Gigandet?
- Local Brewers Day at Seanachai in James Island
- BarCamp Charleston Returns Next Saturday