- Police searching for suspect following stabbing at Mt. Pleasant Towne Centre (Live 5 News).
- Construction worker fatally stabs coworker (Post & Courier).
- Surveillance photos released in second King Street sucker punch incident (ABC News 4).
- Coast Guard investigating reported fuel spill in Shem Creek (Live 5 News).
- Man surrenders after barricading himself in Mt. Pleasant home, police say (ABC News 4).
- Bond set at $90,000 for doctor accused of leaving dogs in hot car (ABC News 4).
- New interactive map shows effects of sea level rise on Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- The evolving Charleston food lexicon (Charleston City Paper).
- Little Chef Big Chef at The Ordinary; Tomato Trek (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston plays a part in squeezing every dollar possible out of a prized South Carolina heirloom watermelon (Post & Courier).
- A Short History of the Holy CIty’s March Toward Homegrown Beer (Charleston City Paper).
- Dish Dining Guide on racks today (Charleston City Paper).
- Local couple launches vegan cookie dough company (Post & Courier).
- Eater Insects Could Solve the Problem of Food Sustainability (Charleston City Paper).
- SweetWater’s Waterkeeper Hefeweizen helps raise money for Waterkeeper Alliance (Post & Courier).
- For the founding Peninsula Grill chef and Rutledge Cab Co. owner, consistency is king (Charleston City Paper).
- Longtime Upper King Street bar to reopen as Priya (Live 5 News).
- West Ashley barbecue joint Swig & Swine takes on whole barnyard, meatless side dishes (Post & Courier).
- Proposed new bar ordinance promises more of the same (Charleston City Paper).
- State education board to consider conduct grades (ABC News 4).
- S.C. House Speaker Bobby Harrell schedules tentative one-day session to address unfinished business (Post & Courier).
- Clemson’s Dabo Swinney rips into players, coaches after ‘disappointing’ practice (Post & Courier).
- Wild Blue Hosts a Back to School Bash on 8/24 (HCS).
- Wojcik should man up and leave C of C in peace (Post & Courier).
- Grand slam by Thomas completes RiverDogs sweep (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Battery edges Orange County Blues FC, 3-2 (Post & Courier).
- Charleston entrepreneur to launch city’s first LGBT magazine (Post & Courier).
- Scott Watson Looks Back on His Piccolo Spoleto (Charleston City Paper).
- The Summer Harvest: The Charleston Music Hall harvests local talent for new festival (Post & Courier).
- Jay Clifford helps the Tarlatans find their pop-rock sweet spot (Charleston City Paper).
Dog Days in the Lowcountry: Bullheaded Mascots (Charleston Magazine).
- Nickelodeon’s The Fresh Beat Band Returns to The PAC (HCS).
- Dog Days in the Lowcountry (Charleston Magazine).
- Marine meet and greet event at Patriots Point (ABC News 4).
- E. Tenn. group rallying to get USS Clamagore from Patriots Point (ABC News 4).
- DOT targets year’s end to finish Crosstown overpass study (ABC News 4).
- Plans for downtown Charleston Hotel deferred (Live 5 News).
- Council sets delicate balance on building heights near Shem Creek (ABC News 4).
- Natural cosmetics store to open soon on King Street (Post & Courier).
- Startup Weekend comes to Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- EMS: Cruise forced to turn around for injured passenger (ABC News 4).
- Second man sentenced in Goose Creek meth fire that killed 3 (ABC News 4).
- Project Cool Breeze aids those struggling in the heat (Live 5 News).
- No bond set for man accused of Ravenel mobile home park killing (ABC News 4).
- Midlands man with four wives arrested for bigamy after one asks for investigation (Live 5 News).
- Dorchester deputies: Body in Ravenel marsh a criminal investigation (ABC News 4).
- Flooded neighborhood ponds and lakes forcing gators into backyards (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry officials urge parents to talk to children about dangers of fire challenge (Live 5 News).
- Fugitive arrested, another sought after DEU agents nearly run over (Live 5 News).
- Goose Creek man sentenced for manufacturing meth in apartment where fire killed three residents (News 2).
- Sorry Mt. P, you’re not a quaint coastal town, you’re a sprawling suburb (Charleston City Paper).
- Blotter: Stream of continence (Charleston City Paper).
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