- Road to reinstatement for former Charleston schools leader is unclear (Post & Courier).
- Medal of Honor Bowl denied funding after racially-charged debate (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Christmas Events (HCS).
- City officials say Uber operating illegally, working with company to pass new law (ABC News 4).
- Panthers QB Cam Newton released from hospital after car accident (Sports Illustrated).
- Gluten-Free Sweet Radish Bakeshop Closes; Julia Ingram Moves to Edmund’s Oast (Eater Charleston).
- Summerville’s Yuri Kojima hosts YouTube’s Japanese Cooking Lovers (Charleston City Paper).
- From braunschweiger to bratwurst, Artisan Meat Share is a sandwich lover’s dream (Charleston City Paper).
- The latest from the Carolina Gold Rice Foundation (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County Public Library wants your family cookbook (Post & Courier).
- Avondale just got a little sweeter with the opening of Gala Desserts (Charleston City Paper).
- Sweeney’s Sunday Supper; Whisky Dinners at Prohibition (Eater Charleston).
- Cannon Green restaurant opens (Charleston City Paper).
- Garden, Water, and Pasture Choices on Menu from Forthcoming Cannon Green (Eater Charleston).
- Ugly Sweater Tap Takeover Party at Mex 1 Coastal Cantina (HCS).
- Former server files wage complaint against Hank’s (Post & Courier).
- A Forgotten Southern Sandwich (Garden & Gun).
- Where to Eat on Christmas Day in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Hall’s Hospitality Group shows its surf side as owner of Rita’s on Folly Beach (Post & Courier).
- Asheville’s Wicked Weed Brewing is the place to see experimental beer making in action (Charleston City Paper).
- Lindsey Graham angry about timing of CIA torture report (Charleston City Paper).
- Bill Would Raise SC’s Minimum Wage to $1 Over Federal (News 2).
- Attorney General to appeal second major gay marriage lawsuit in S.C. (Post & Courier).
- Taxes from legalized marijuana would help fund our failing schools (Charleston City Paper).
- SC legislators renew attempt to reform ethics laws (ABC News 4).
- U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy speaks about his Benghazi committee (Post & Courier).
- SC agency leaders receiving raises up to 4 percent (News 2).
- Mt. Pleasant council OKs change to way agenda items are submitted (ABC News 4).
- The Spring Jam Music Fest will Return for its 3rd Straight Year (HCS).
- Nashville’s Nikki Lane talks about Dan Auerbach, Loretta Lynn, and being an outlaw (Charleston City Paper).
- Citadel basketball team ‘slowest’ in the nation (Post & Courier).
- Coast Records to Host Inaugural Christmas Party on 12/19 (HCS).
- College of Charleston freshman Donovan Gilmore having early impact for Cougars (Post & Courier).
- Question: What do nipple tassels, Captain Hook, and ham sandwiches have in common? (Charleston City Paper).
- Manchester Orchestra reinvents its pop/rock style with ‘Hope’ (Post & Courier).
- Brandon Streeter officially named Clemson QBs coach, recruiting coordinator (Post & Courier).
- Christine Eadie takes photography back in time (Charleston City Paper).
- Official: Watson will miss bowl game to repair, rehab torn ACL (Post & Courier).
- Gamecocks’ winning streak has its roots in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Family living in hotel seeks help before eviction (News 2).
- North Charleston family, civil rights group call a search to find missing man (Live 5 News).
- Kiawah developer denied permits for Capt. Sam’s Spit sea walls (Post & Courier).
- Woman accused of embezzling more than $100k from N. Charleston company (Live 5 News).
- Crews extinguish equipment fire at Ladson steel mill (Live 5 News).
- Former Roper nurse awarded $650,000 in lawsuit against hospital (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry Food Bank in need of donations (Live 5 News).
- Berkeley School Board votes to hold off paying some attorney fees in Kovach case (News 2).
- An inside look at a state-contracted group home (ABC News 4).
- Bicyclist taken to hospital after crash at King and Columbus (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Police Chief Greg Mullen (HCS).
- No charges against group home where autistic man escaped (ABC News 4).
- Christmas wishes: Summerville group home for kids needs your help (News 2).
- West Ashley shopping center getting 3 new tenants (Post & Courier).
- Wesley Donehue raised money for Todd Akin and led the Stone Bill charge — now he’s moving to the Holy City (Charleston City Paper).
- Trolley tours expand from Summerville to Charleston (News 2).
- Trident Tech church security classes combat crime (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Blotter: A tale of checks and pecs (Charleston City Paper).
- SCE&G places key part in new nuclear plant (ABC News 4).
- Citadel’s accreditation renewed (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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