- Attacks of September 11, 2001 remembered here in the Lowcountry (News 2).
- Former paramedic recalls brush with death after 9/11 attack (Live 5 News).
- Bells ring at Charleston Fire Department to honor 9/11 responders (Live 5 News).
- Murder defendant in Marley Lion slaying gets plea deal in exchange for cooperation (Post & Courier).
- Mt. Pleasant PD to be lenient on texting-and-driving ban for now (ABC News 4).
- A Charleston Chef Moves North (Garden & Gun).
- Langhorne Leaving McCrady’s to Open D.C. Restaurant (Post & Courier).
- ILA official indicted for embezzling $54,000 (ABC News 4).
- Without visas, crew confined to disabled tanker in North Charleston shipyard (Post & Courier).
- Patriots Point invites visitors to Open Cockpit Sunday (ABC News 4).
- Man sold copper stolen from Berkeley Electric Co-op, police say (Live 5 News).
- Goose Creek family surprised with a mortgage-free home (ABC News 4).
- Cha Cha’s goes all the way with its Tex-Mex sports bar fare (Charleston City Paper).
- Report: Walterboro teen injured after shots fired from red Cadillac (Live 5 News).
Sock Hops Begin Sept. 13 at Mount Pleasant Town Hall Gym (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Man accidentally killed during Lancaster gun deal (News 2).
Town to Hold Hearing on Road Expansion (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Report: Man hides in grandmother’s bedroom after ditching stolen moped (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Coast Guard crew rescues 3 after boat capsizes near Beaufort (Post & Courier).
- Artist captures feeling of 9/11, daughter’s birth in poetry (ABC News 4).
- Rachel Kate Gillon spreads the love and hate (Charleston City Paper).
- Wind energy in Southeast faces obstacles (News 2).
- Colleton County to get South Carolina’s biggest solar energy project (Post & Courier).
- Clemson’s Peake tears ACL, out for the season (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina VA holds conference on anti-suicide resources (News 2).
- Rookie forward Lindsay Sparks joins Stingrays (ABC News 4).
- Experimental artist Mr. Jenkins sings the body prolific (Charleston City Paper).
- Scam Alert: Healthcare Scams on the Rise (News 2).
- Lt. Dan Weekend moves to Charleston: Actor Gary Sinise headlines event in support of wounded veterans (Charleston Scene).
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