- SWAT team called to James Island home during welfare check, one man taken into custody (Post & Courier).
- Troopers target speeders through new initiative this month (Post & Courier).
- Man dies following water rescue at Isle of Palms (Live 5 News).
- Deputy details how he found loaded gun on middle school student (Live 5 News).
- Climate changes effects predicted in the Lowcountry (News 2).
- Bay Street Biergarten: The unexpected perils of self-serve suds slinging (Charleston City Paper).
- Locklear’s will close Mt. Pleasant location after 25 years (ABC News 4).
- Menkoi Ramen House to Move In Downtown (Eater Charleston).
- New Downtown Ramen Shop Likely to Appeal to Fun-Loving Crowd (Post & Courier).
- The Obstinate Daughter’s Adjunct Gelato Shop Opening This Month (Post & Courier).
- The Ordinary mentioned in New York Times (NYT).
- Seamus Mullen to Lead L’Atelier de Le Creuset Demo (Post & Courier).
- A Ballad To Salad (Yelp Charleston).
- T-Rav: My ‘Charmed’ Life (Charleston City Paper).
- The haters may hate Southern Charm, but Thomas Ravenel has come out on top (Charleston City Paper).
- North Carolina tea party loss could boost Lindsey Graham win in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- SC Senate rejects putting 4K on surplus list (ABC News 4).
- Senators debating punishing 2 SC colleges for gay-themed books (Live 5 News).
- Daniel Island withdraws annexation efforts (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston City Council to hear Camouflage Grille’s appeal to stay open (Post & Courier).
- House Judiciary OKs ethics reform proposal (ABC News 4).
- Garden & Gun leases space in Cigar Factory (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Renourishment project could affect some local businesses (ABC News 4).
- Neighbor questioned about missing Hollywood woman (Live 5 News).
- Deputies: 3 arrested in Clover ‘razor ring’ assault on mom, daughters (The State).
- Proposed North Charleston facility would replace big rigs with rails (Live 5 News).
- Mount Pleasant boy with inoperable brain tumor dies (News 2).
- Summerville woman to undergo mental evaluation before bond set in dismemberment case (ABC News 4).
- Puppetry’s back in fashion with Charleston Garment Manufactory’s puppet workshop and performance (Charleston City Paper).
- Blotter: Coming down swinging (Charleston City Paper).
- Goodwill hosting ‘Hire me’ job event (News 2).
- Ramping up efforts to bring second high school to Mt. Pleasant (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina ranks 9th in the nation for wildfires (Carolina Live).
- Miss SC urges statewide texting-while-driving ban (Live 5 News).
- Roper announces new facility at Carnes Crossroads (ABC News 4).
- Experts share tips to cut energy costs, weatherize your home (Live 5 News).
- Death at doggie day care leads to calls for change (ABC News 4).
- Gun shop owner to parents: “You got to keep your guns locked up!” (News 2).
- BoomTown goes mobile to connect realty agents, buyers (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- North Charleston woman wins $100,000 in Cash 5 lottery (ABC News 4).
- There’s a pitter-patter of furry paws at the Ronald McDonald House (ABC News 4).
- Swarms of love bugs could cost money and new paint job (Live 5 News).
- Nurturing Charleston’s ties to the skies: The future for the Air Force (News 2).
- Another wave of residences planned for Tides condo community (Post & Courier).
- Benefitfocus works on modernizing benefits industry (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- US Coast Guard cutter transferred to Nigerian Navy (ABC News 4).
- Summerville softball wins District VI title, 2-1, over Spring Valley (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston freshman Laura Fuenfsteuck leads golf team into NCAA Regionals (Post & Courier).
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