- New memorial dedicated to South Carolinians killed in Iraq, Afghanistan (Live 5 News).
- Former News 2 Anchor to have double mastectomy - Doctors discovered cancer after on-air mammogram (News 2).
- New trial sought for South Carolina boy, 14, executed in 1944 (Post & Courier).
- 6 Charleston firefighters file suit over overtime pay (Post & Courier).
- Boeing Warns Washington State Could Lose 777X if Labor Deal Is Rejected (New York Times).
- Veterans Day: Five things to know (Live 5 News).
- Leaders honor vets with visits to Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- Before they go silent: Veteran from IOP among those sharing WWII stories for history (Post & Courier).
- Vets sail through therapy on the water (ABC News 4).
- Offering a vet thanks and a helping hand (Post & Courier).
- Gregg Middle School holds special ceremony to honor veterans (News 2).
- Ross Perot in Walterboro for Veterans Day (WBTV).
- Summerville woman's mission to help post-9/11 veterans (ABC News 4).
- 'The mindset to stay alive': Marine Corps vet faces fight of life (ABC News 4).
- Slideshow of Local Veterans (Live 5 News).
- Observing Veterans Day with USS Yorktown’s Chocolate Chip Cookies (Post & Courier).
- USPS holiday shipping deadlines for APO/FPO addresses fast approaching (ABC News 4).
- Vote for Charleston's Restaurant of the Year (Eater Charleston).
- Bubble Tea, Bubble, Bubble, Bubble Tea (Eater Charleston).
Freehouse Brewing - Opening week events (CHSBeer.org)
- 5 Things to Know About The Granary (Eater Charleston).
Glass Onion smells like local spirit (Charleston City Paper).
- Vote for Charleston's Next Top Cocktail (Charleston Mag).
- Official 2014 Festival Poster released for Charleston Wine + Food Festival (Facebook).
- Review: Chef's Kitchen Culinary Tours - Hot Spots and History (The Art Mag).
- US Sen. Rand Paul again visits South Carolina (News 2).
- Linda Page: From just passing through, to Mount Pleasant Town Hall (Post & Courier).
- SC governor’s race off to a fast pace, a year before the election (The State).
- Democratic Richland County councilwoman challenges Sen. Tim Scott (The State).
- CSU ranked 12th in nation after beating Coastal (News 2).
- Gamecocks receiver Damiere Byrd having breakout season following LASIK eye surgery (Post & Courier).
- Citadel freshman Brian White off to a quick start (Post & Courier).
- Report: The Braves are leaving Turner Field after the 2016 season (Hardball Talk).
- Former Porter-Gaud basketball coach Randy Clark dies (Post & Courier).
- Bracket breakdown for Class 1A football playoffs (ABC News 4).
- YouTube video of Charleston brawl brings charges for 8, internal inquiry for police officer (Post & Courier).
- Future groom proposes to bride-to-be on race track at Charleston Cup (Live 5 News).
- Man who sued Charleston County Sheriff’s Office jailed once again (Post & Courier).
- Head lice removal business hatching for two women (ABC News 4).
- Charleston’s First Annual AtomaCon a Success (Agents of Geek).
- Boone Hall transforms into Civil War battlefield (ABC News 4).
- The Avett Brothers Guide ‘Legendary Giveback’ to Town (Metronome Charleston).
- A day of YA with Veronica Roth, Rae Carson, and 48 more authors (Charleston City Paper).
- College of Charleston’s ‘Education in Paradise’ billboard raises eyebrows (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston police arrest suspect in Michigan murder (Live 5 News).
Co-working gets a South of Broad home in Charleston at Provision (Charleston City Paper).
- SLED seeking $500K to expand child fatality unit (ABC News 4).
So, you think you can edit the City Paper? (Charleston City Paper).
- Police: Girl, 14, shot while playing with gun (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Cup Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- The Morning After – Charleston Cup Race Director Karl McMillan Chats with Mount Pleasant Magazine (Mount Pleasant Magazine).
- Designing Charleston: How creative entrepreneurs are transforming the city (Post & Courier).
- Pill to treat sleep disorders being used by students to gain 'edge' (Live 5 News).
- Heavy summer rains wipe out Beaufort oysters (ABC News 4).
We've Fallen for Fall in the Holy City (Charleston Grit).
- Scarred IOP dunes near Breach Inlet worry city officials (Post & Courier).
- My Guide to 24 Hours in Charleston! (Bon Voyage, Lauren).
- Francis Marion University board votes in favor of opening Mount Pleasant campus (Post & Courier).
- Trial starts Tuesday for former pastor accused of kidnappings and rapes (Live 5 News).
- Wando marching band touts 9-year winning streak (ABC News 4).
- Longtime Clemson admirer, family man James P. Clements will succeed president Barker in January (Post & Courier).
- Former SC superintendent working on 3rd party (News 2).
- American Flag Burned In Anderson School Vandalism (News 2).
- Georgetown native killed, daughter injured during Atlanta-area birthday party shooting (Georgetown Times).
- BarCampCHS Ticket Giveaway
- H&M Plans to Open Store in Tanger Outlet
- The Smoke on the Harbor BBQ Throwdown Goes Down This Weekend
- The Temptations and The Four Tops in North Charleston
- Former Pro Cyclist Tyler Hamilton To Speak at CofC
- Hockey Heros for Epilepsy at the Coliseum on 11/16
- Mad River’s 1st Annual Charity Oyster Roast Set for 11/22
- Head to The Alley Before or After the Avett Brothers Concert
- Kickin Chicken Gives Back During the Month of November.
- beer. cheese. grill. Thursday.