- Bomb threat at W. Ashley Goodwill forces road closures, traffic issues (Live 5 News).
- Sanford favors dismantling DHEC into separate agencies (Post & Courier).
- Wiretap evidence in, racketeering charge stands in public corruption case involving former S.C. State board chairman Jonathan Pinson (Post & Courier).
- Judge won’t toss wiretaps (ABC News 4).
CCP’s YEAR-END REVIEWS
- The Top Local Stories of 2013.
- The Top State Stories of 2013.
- The year of beer bills, local liquors, and Cook It Raw.
- So Long, 2013.
- Best of Charleston 2014 Nominations.
- Potential “Best of Charleston” 2014 awards? (Twitter).
- Best of Blotter 2013.
- The Year in Arts.
- Trio Reopens as a Key Club for 23 and Up Patrons (Eater Charleston).
- Tongue-Tied Dinner; Frank Lee Tribute (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston Museum Oyster Roast Tickets Now on Sale (Post & Courier).
- The Whole Menu Shebang from Brannon Florie (Eater Charleston).
- Foodbank cooking student sees bright future ahead (ABC News 4).
- This Winter Limehouse Produce is Celebrating Citrus (HCS).
- Westbrook’s 3rd Anniversary Celebration Starts Tomorrow (HCS).
- Tristan the Night Away this New Year’s Eve (HCS).
- Clemson notes: Tigers unveil Miami practice schedule, Watkins sets school All-America mark (Post & Courier).
- High School Hero: Summerville’s Nik Poland (ABC News 4).
- High school swimmers of year: Bishop England’s Matt Adams, Wando’s Megan Kingsley (Post & Courier).
- Fort Dorchester High School grad and current Rams DE Quinn leads NFC with 15 sacks (News 2).
- Bar employees report to work then report a fire (ABC News 4).
- Merit pay scheme for Charleston teachers could be delayed (Charleston City Paper).
- Shrimping boat sinks in Shem Creek (Live 5 News).
- Emergency crews take out structure fire on Daniel Island (Live 5 News).
- Fowler’s Mustache celebrates recovery and rejuvenation with a new album with Nick Collins on board (Charleston Scene).
- Fire investigators: Father attempted to save two children killed in blaze (Live 5 News).
- Julie Wheat, a.k.a. Cavortress opens new store in Mt. P (Charleston City Paper).
- Report: Man charged with criminal sexual conduct with minor (Live 5 News).
You won’t believe what this governor did with this piece of wood (Charleston City Paper).
- S.C. Supreme Court dismisses appeal by Moncks Corner man sentenced to life for killing wife (Post & Courier).
- Neigborhood Spotlight: NoMo (Yelp Charleston).
- What’s a “gigabit” community? Nexton near Summerville says it’s the 1st in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Columbia minister faces sex charge (ABC News 4).
- 17-year old on bail for attempted murder arrested for violation of beginner’s permit (News 2).
- Molina Healthcare opens North Charleston office (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Snowy owl shows up in Lowcountry in ‘extraordinary’ irruption (Post & Courier).
- Report: Cleaning lady steals nearly $10k worth of jewelry from home (Live 5 News).
- Boeing to narrow 777X proposals (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Woman arrested after abuse allegations lodged at school (ABC News 4).
- 12 alternatives to the holiday movie hit parade (Charleston City Paper).
- C-17 flies through milestone at Joint Base Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Update: SC man accused of dragging dog now faces felony charge (News 2).
- Dorchester investigators charge man for Harleyville home invasion (Live 5 News).
Live Music: The Fray; Zach Deputy; Atlas Road Crew; Henry’s Attic (Charleston City Paper).
- Emergency crews clear accident on Don Holt Bridge; traffic moving slowly (Live 5 News).
- Two hospitalized following accident involving log truck, jeep (Live 5 News).
- From Kanye to Queens, Jason Isbell to Katy Perry, Haim to Paramore — fortune smiled on music fans (Charleston City Paper).
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