- CPD: Three people injured in West Ashley shooting (Live 5 News).
- 1 pedestrian killed, another hurt in downtown Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Don’t like the late-night moratorium? Here’s how you can stop it (Charleston City Paper).
- My favorite Charleston structure –> Save the Bennett Rice Mill (Post & Courier).
- Sheryl Crow To Headline 2015 First Flush Festival (HCS).
- Recap: TV show Million Dollar Critic eats up (and spits out) 5 local restaurants (Charleston City Paper).
- Too many cooks in Charleston’s kitchen? Surging culinary scene stirs debate about a bubble that could burst (Post & Courier).
- MAKING MAGIC: High Wire Distilling takes a crafty approach to sustainable spirits (Town Carolina).
- Circa 1886 closes briefly for interior overhaul (Post & Courier).
- FIG’s Jason Stanhope Scrutinizes Over Perfect Potato Puree Every Day (Eater Charleston).
- IOP restaurant buys two tons of local shrimp for off-season (Post & Courier).
- Public Opening Imminent After Cumberland Street Smokehouse’s Soft Opening (Eater Charleston).
- Permaculture movement to get a boost in Charleston this month with talk and certification course (Post & Courier).
- John Zucker- 2015 Best Chef America Recipient (Cru Cafe).
- New Nigerian restaurant, deli dinner and Black Brunch (Post & Courier).
- Crave Set to Host Valentine’s Day Dinner (HCS).
- Funniest Super Bowl meme of the night created by one of Charleston’s own (Post & Courier).
- Darius Rucker performed at New England’s post-Super Bowl party (Twitter).
- Chase After a Cure Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Escape Winter at the Avondale Surf & Ale Bash (HCS).
- Day jobs: Local artists balance two careers (Post & Courier).
- March 6th is Alzheimer’s Night with the Stingrays (HCS).
- Local entrepreneur to pitch idea on ‘Shark Tank’ this week (Post & Courier).
- Groundhog Day Seduction: How We Hook Up (Charleston Grit).
- Weeki Wachee Mermaids to return to S.C. Aquarium this spring (Post & Courier).
- Graham says he’ll decide on White House bid by May (ABC News 4).
- State Rep. Leon Stavrinakis running for mayor of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Rep. Seth Whipper (HCS).
- New Details in Arrest of Lt. Governor’s Chief of Staff (WLTX).
- Community offers feedback on proposed tourism rules, highlights parking and traffic issues (Post & Courier).
- Squatter boats, wrecks to be pulled from Ashley River (Post & Courier).
- School bus catches fire in Berkeley County; All students safe (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina’s ‘front porches’ getting spruced up (ABC News 4).
- Black History Month: One of Time Magazine’s 40 Under 40 to Speak on Campus (CofC).
- Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, Melissity Hayes reach $195,000 civil suit settlement (Post & Courier).
- Growing development dubbed Charleston’s “best-kept secret” (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Airport sets passenger record in 2014 (ABC News 4).
- Bus drivers say stop arms run daily, CCSD reports only few (News 2).
- Donate to a local boy’s Brain Cancer Treatment (Go Fund Me).
- North Charleston police, lawmakers to use $275K grant to fight crime (ABC News 4).
- Fire destroys Johns Island home (Live 5 News).
- Jail officer charged with giving contraband to inmate (ABC News 4).
- Charleston City Market accepting night applications for 2015 (Post & Courier).
- Suspect accused of robbing man, raping woman at Ladson home (Live 5 News).
- Adopted son to be sentenced after 2012 shooting death of West Ashley woman (Post & Courier).
- AMBER Alert canceled; Suspect still at large (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Corps district gets almost $30M in Obama budget (ABC News 4).
- Merger marks end of dynasty at MeadWestvaco, a big Charleston employer since the ’30s (Post & Courier).
- Coastal Carolina student hit, killed by car in Conway (News 2).
- Mount Pleasant 246-unit apartment plan leaves neighbors wary (Post & Courier).
- SC Supreme Court nixes hearing on James Brown widow’s diary (ABC News 4).
- ACLU President Susan Herman Speaks at Political Science Convocation of Majors (LowcountryBizSC).
- Authorities identify man wanted in dog fighting investigation (Live 5 News).
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