- Charleston County Superintendent Nancy McGinley resigns (News 2).
- Civil rights group files federal complaint into rehiring of AMHS football coach (Live 5 News).
- State orders new election for Harrell’s seat (News 2).
- Graham: Remark about helping white men was joke (ABC News 4).
- Police find marijuana at scene of reported shooting on Rivers Avenue (Live 5 News).
- Two Small Earthquakes Recorded Near Summerville this Morning (HCS).
- Jenny Sanford dishes on ‘Mark’ in a new campaign ad (Washington Post).
- Sean Brock’s cookbook is a NYT best-seller (Post & Courier).
- HoM Offering “Frankenstein’s Monster” Burger on Halloween Only (HCS).
- Shem Creek’s Tavern & Table Predicts End of November Opening (Eater Charleston).
- Next Week’s Movember Scotch Crawl will Span Two Days (HCS).
- Scaling Sustainable Food: The Premise (Charleston City Paper).
- Fair baking contest seeking chewies and pound cakes (Post & Courier).
- James Island Connector closing on Saturday for run (Live 5 News).
- Halloween Round-up: For all that is hallow (Charleston City Paper).
- Medal of Honor Bowl to be on NBCSN (ABC News 4).
- Rock-A-Bill-A-Que Takes Over Park Circle Again this November (HCS).
- Live Music: Sturgill Simpson; Paul Collins Beat; Megan Jean and the KFB; Single Mothers (Charleston City Paper).
- Eddie Money Highlights the 2014 Coastal Carolina Fair’s Concert Lineup (HCS).
- Bored of teenybopper slasher flicks — try these high-brow horror movies (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina Stingrays looking to get offensive (Post & Courier).
- Lookup your South Carolina voting information here (Charleston City Paper).
- Online tool offers individualized sample ballots before general election (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Nikki Haley, Bobby Jindal rally GOP troops (Post & Courier).
- Tinkler campaign files suit to overturn House Dist. 114 ruling (Live 5 News).
- Study, new law to boost SC offshore wind energy (ABC News 4).
- Third-party candidates jump in the race for governor (Charleston City Paper).
- Contested races in Districts 109, 114, and 119 (Charleston City Paper).
- We still haven’t dealt with our own country’s racist history (Charleston City Paper).
- Secession: Bad for America, bad for South Carolina (Charleston City Paper).
- Fatal accident shuts down Hwy. 17A near Jamestown (Live 5 News).
- MUSC volunteers will be paid more to treat Ebola (Post & Courier).
- Former NFL standout William ‘Refrigerator’ Perry on the verge of losing SC home (Live 5 News).
- Harbor Accelerator seeks entrepreneurs, ideas for Cohort 3 in Mount Pleasant (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- In an effort to raise funds for childhood cancer research, Chase After a Cure is offering quality poinsettias at very competitive prices. The red, white, or pink poinsettias come in small, large or hanging. Prices range from $9 to $16. All orders are due by November 23, 2014 and pickup will be the first week of December. If you would like to purchase or sell poinsettias please contact Debbie Rupert or Adam White.
- Red Top community to receive compensation from Long Savannah developer (Post & Courier).
- Students at Whitesides Elementary enjoy creative learning style through special program (News 2).
- Blotter: The Holiday Theft-of-all the Lights (Charleston City Paper).
- Crews clear accident involving overturned car on Rivers Avenue (Live 5 News).
- Coast Guard puts off Oregon search and rescue base closing; Charleston still a question (Post & Courier).
- Allman dropped from Georgia lawsuit in train crash (ABC News 4).
- SC guardsman killed in Florence crash; teen charged with DUI involving death (News 2).
- 5 RCSD deputies arrested for tax fraud (Live 5 News).
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