- Former State Senator Robert Ford to file a lawsuit against Senate Ethics Committee (News 2).
- Couple asks that gay marriages proceed in SC (ABC News 4).
- Weather Service issues freeze warning (Post & Courier).
- Deputies: 1 shot at Ashley Phosphate Rd. shopping center (Live 5 News).
- The 2014 Eater Awards for Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Menkoi Ramen House Could Sell Beer Soon (Eater Charleston).
- Raskin Around: Ashley Christensen dinner, Southern Foodways Alliance (Post & Courier).
- Bert’s Thanksgiving Dinner (Folly Beach).
- These Charleston Instagram photos will make you hungry (Post & Courier).
- Dale DeGroff (aka King Cocktail), the former bartender of the famous Rainbow Room, is hosting a Bitters Seminar tomorrow at Stars (Susan Lucas).
- Edmund’s Oast Now Offering a Special “Bar Only” Menu (HCS).
- Toscano opening Charleston restaurant, but “not immediately” (Post & Courier).
- Bay Street Biergarten’s First Year Was a ‘Roller Coaster Ride of Awesomeness’ (Eater Charleston).
- BLU Offering a Thanksgiving Buffet on November 27th (HCS).
- Checking out John Stehling’s fried chicken (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Jail to be Featured on Next Season of MSNBC’s “Lockup” (HCS).
- Photo Gallery: The Alley’s Studio 300 Party – Part 1 (Facebook).
- Photo Booth Gallery (Charleston Party Booth).
- Dangermuffin has been nominated for HGMN’s studio album of 2014 (HGMN).
- ‘Passion’ of Seabrook turtle watch filmed for documentary (Post & Courier).
- Danny McBride Crashed The Alley’s Studio 300 Party Last Night (HCS).
- Wando Marching Band places top 10 in national competition (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Christmas Special Returns this December (HCS).
- Mepkin Abbey’s annual creche festival draws thousands to celebrate diverse Nativity scenes (Post & Courier).
- The Inaugural Moustache Phenomenon is this Thursday at My Father’s Moustache (HCS).
- Charleston Coffee Cup Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Gay marriages should start Thursday without court intervention, attorneys argue (Post & Courier).
- Tim Scott in Lowcountry meeting with local leaders (ABC News 4).
- Cost of I-526 road maintenance swap would fall to Charleston County taxpayers (Post & Courier).
- Sen. Scott speaks out against Obama’s Internet regulation plan (GSA Business).
- New road named for former Mt. Pleasant Mayor Billy Swails (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County issues new demands in industry-recruiting squabble (Post & Courier).
- Local non profit asks for holiday toiletries instead of toys (ABC News 4).
- A Movember to Remember at Mex 1 this Saturday (HCS).
- Sponsor a Local Family’s Thanksgiving Meal Through Hamby Catering & Events (HCS).
- Thousands in the Lowcountry receive Thanksgiving dinner thanks to Harris Teeter and others (Live 5 News).
- Hospitality Heroes Golf Tournament Scheduled for November 24th (HCS).
- Air Force beats The Citadel 68-55 (ABC News 4).
- RiverDogs president thanks region’s philanthropists for helping community (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Samford edges The Citadel 20-17 (ABC News 4).
- Tornado watch lifted for most of South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- SC ranks 36th in child homelessness nationwide (Live 5 News).
- Years after Charleston woman, four children murdered, surviving son spearheads domestic violence training (Live 5 News).
- Experts take to Twitter to help with holiday stress (ABC News 4).
- Husband turns in Live 5 Most Wanted fugitive (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County School District testing for mold, allergens at Angel Oak Elementary (Post & Courier).
- Parents pushing for new school (Post & Courier).
- PeopleMatter makes employee cuts to align with 2015 growth plan (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Jury deadlocks on Mount Pleasant doctor accused of misusing Ebola vaccine grant (Post & Courier).
- Local wedding planners expect boost in business if same sex marriage is legalized (Live 5 News).
- Anglican official discusses views on sexuality, dissonance among churches (Post & Courier).
- Co-Defendants sentenced to 65 years in James Island murder (News 2).
- The best beach parking in life is free (Post & Courier).
- SC holds 1st Crossing Guard Appreciation Week (News 2).
- Media mogul Ted Turner selling private SC island (Live 5 News).
- Confederate Charleston spent its final days awaiting Sherman’s wrath (Post & Courier).
- MUSC remembering traffic accident victims (ABC News 4).
- Jay Fletcher rethinks South Carolina’s license plate for nationwide web project (Charleston City Paper).
- Roper building $28M office park in Ladson (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- New Coast Guard cutter heading for Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Regulators OK more time to build nuke fuel plant (ABC News 4).
- Search for armed robber sends elementary school into lockdown (Live 5 News).
- Beaufort development planned around farm (ABC News 4).
- Deputies investigating vandalism at Johns Island church (Live 5 News).
- 2 Your Health: Movember Guys Should eat this and not that (WCBD).
- Firefighters respond to Stuhrs Funeral Chapel (ABC News 4).
- Incident causing delays on Westmoreland Bridge (Live 5 News).
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