- VA silent over ‘pill mill’ concerns; Charleston team to study veteran pain management (Post & Courier).
- This reporter helped take down South Carolina’s most powerful lawmaker (Columbia Journalism Review).
- DSS reports show grim circumstances of child deaths (The State).
- Summerville officer dies days after collapsing during traffic stop (Live 5 News).
- CCSD officials cancel McGinley eval, board meeting (ABC News 4).
- Southern Charm High School: Ravenel Takes to Facebook to Announce Split from Dennis (HCS).
- Then apologizes (News 2).
- In S.C., entire congressional delegation is floating toward Nov. 4 free and easy (Washington Post).
- Election for Harrell’s seat stays on Nov. 4 (The State).
- Vincent Sheheen: “Garbled Words” Caused Nikki Haley “Whore” Comment (FITS News).
- Political action committee weighs in on Charleston County Council race (Post & Courier).
- Graham, challenger Hutto congenial at Senate forum (ABC News 4).
- Gov candidate Reeves says he’s gotten 50,000 phone calls from voters (Charleston City Paper).
- Lieutenant governor candidates debate on SCETV (ABC News 4).
- Legislators fight to keep search and rescue helicopter in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- SC DHEC gets $2.2 million grant from feds (ABC News 4).
- O’Neil becomes second candidate for Sullivan’s mayor (Post & Courier).
- Pigskin Palooza Set for November 8th in Mixson (HCS).
- Charleston Food Events Not to Miss this Fall (The Daily Meal).
- All Day Café St. Alban Launches Website Promising a November Opening (Eater Charleston).
- Crave Kitchen & Cocktails Hosts Second “Diablo Dinner” (HCS).
- The Review: Brasserie Gigi (Charleston Magazine).
- Teal pumpkins steer kids from potential Halloween food allergy scares (ABC News 4).
- 5 Easy Steps to Achieve Ideal Bar Status (Eater Charleston).
Riverdogs Announce Game Times for 2015 Schedule (Charleston Riverdogs).
- Rosters set for 2014 Touchstone Energy Co-Op Bowl (ABC News 4).
- New “thriller” television series filming in Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Cannonborough/Elliotborough Schedule Halloween Parade & Festival (HCS).
- Red Party Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Likehack: Salsa Dancing Simplified (HCS).
- 5 Last Minute Hassle-Free Halloween Costumes (Best Kept Self).
- The CHS County Parks’ Harvest Festival is Saturday (HCS).
- 15 area football players selected for North-South Game (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston Magazine’s “40 To Know” (Post & Courier).
- How to Stay Safe This Halloween (Post & Courier).
- Woman sues to use wife’s name on SC driver license (Post & Courier).
- Ex-trooper in gas station shooting expected in court (Live 5 News).
- Court rules SCE&G can raise rates to cover nuclear costs (Columbia Regional Business Journal).
- South Carolina gas averaging $2.80 a gallon (News 2).
- College of Charleston president’s house in need of repairs (Post & Courier).
- Security measures in place for Coastal Carolina Fair (Live 5 News).
- Mt. Pleasant Police stepping up Halloween night DUI checkpoints (Live 5 News).
- ACA workshops hope to help health insurance enrollees for 2015 (ABC News 4).
- Interim director gets top post at Charleston VA hospital (Post & Courier).
- Johns Island man behind bars accused of attacking ex-girlfriend, witness (Live 5 News).
- UberX drivers in South Carolina covered by state-approved insurance policy (Post & Courier).
- I-26 eastbound traffic in N. Charleston back to normal following wreck (Live 5 News).
- Twitter taking over Twitpic’s domain; photos, links to remain for now (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Coroner identifies teen killed in wreck on Hwy 17 in Ravenel (Live 5 News).
- Doctors warn of protecting your family against flu (News 2).
- Six people killed statewide in weekend wrecks, Public Safety numbers show (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Parks Conservancy Gives Marion Square a Floral Facelift (Charleston Parks Conservancy).
- Drop-in to unveil maps of Berkeley County’s green assets (Post & Courier).
- Accident cleared on Hwy. 61 in West Ashley (Live 5 News).
- Development alliance, counties consider new approach to recruiting business (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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