- President Obama to visit SC Friday (ABC News 4).
- 199 students absent, dozens sent home sick from Berkeley Co. elementary school (Live 5 News).
- Friend, hashtag urge driver in fatal hit-and-run to ‘come clean’ (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Wine and Food Festival kicks off this week (News 2).
- Top Ten Festival Tips (Charleston Wine + Food).
- Don’t miss these Wine + Food fringe events this week (Charleston City Paper).
- How to score a drink mixed by a visiting star during the Festival (Post & Courier).
- For the 5th consecutive year, Halls Chophouse received a Four-Diamond Rating from AAA (AAA).
- The Review: Minero (Charleston Mag).
- Edmund’s Oast has brewed a specialty beer called Rusticus, which will be the Official Beer of the 2015 Charleston Wine + Food Festival. It is a Southern table beer brewed with barley, rye, hops, and blackberry honey.
- Statewide cooking competition kicks off in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- #OnTheRoad: Crust on James Island (The Kitchenista).
- Caviar & Bananas announced Andrea Roskowski is the restaurant’s new head Pastry Chef.
- Edmund’s Hosts Popular Houston Bartender this Saturday (HCS).
- Where to Find Shad Roe Dishes in the Lowcountry (Eater Charleston).
- Vanna White in town to present check to MUSC (Live 5 News).
- Gamecocks’ wise-cracking Spurrier starts Twitter account (ABC News 4).
- Monopoly Here & Now: vote for city on newest edition (News 2).
- Boston to Play the Family Circle Stadium this May (HCS).
- Charleston County Parks to celebrate Customer Appreciation Day with free admission (Live 5 News).
- Ani DiFranco Visits the Music Hall this May (HCS).
- Tomorrow, Charlie T. RiverDog Challenges the Harlem Globetrotters’ Zeus McClurkin to a Game of D-O-G (MILB).
- 24-hour swim going strong as lieutenant raises money for children’s cause (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina coach Dawn Staley apologizes to Kentucky (News 2).
- Comedian Bill Maher To Perform at the PAC this August (HCS).
- Kids’ College and Teen University Summer Camps Schedule (Trident Tech).
- Charleston Pride Announces Dates for Two Events (HCS).
- Senate looks for its own plan for more money for SC roads (ABC News 4).
- Senator Lindsey Graham going to New Hampshire (Post & Courier).
- Senator Tim Scott talks veterans job fair in Charleston (News 2).
- Gov’s office: Haley on jobs trip outside SC, won’t say where (ABC News 4).
- 15 file for candidacy in Berkeley sheriff’s race (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Rep. Wendell Gilliard (HCS).
- Mount Pleasant Finance Committee votes to nearly double pay for mayor, council (Post & Courier).
- DHEC board regroups, launches national search for director (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Common Core replacement standards clear another hurdle (Post & Courier).
- 8 displaced in North Charleston fire (News 2).
- SPD: One injured in Summerville shooting (ABC News 4).
- ‘Project Unicorn’ announcement expected this week (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Studies show high rates of HIV/AIDS cases in SC (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston asking for materials telling city’s history (ABC News 4).
- Oyster Roast raises more than $10,000 for cancer costs (News 2).
- Some say rejuvenating Burke High School will require more than adding Lowcountry Tech Academy, new middle school (Post & Courier).
- Longtime South Carolina journalist John Shurr dies (ABC News 4).
- New pavement, bridge to smooth out West Ashley Greenway (Post & Courier).
- 2 deadly fires claim 3 lives in Kingstree (News 2).
- Future of newspapers is topic of College of Charleston Friends of the Library event (Post & Courier).
- Economic outlook conference features 4 university officials on future of education (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Summerville family fights back after 2-year-old targeted by online trolls (Post & Courier).
- More apartment complexes planned in Charleston area (Post & Courier).
- Police: Man who disappeared Sunday afternoon located (Live 5 News).
- Colleton County substitute teacher charged after classroom video surfaces (Post & Courier).
- New mom battling cancer blogging about fight gains huge audience (ABC News 4).
- Survey: Shippers plan to divert cargo to East Coast ports (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry family hopes baby will inspire others before she is born (News 2).
- Garage doors, cars vandalized in Hickory Hill in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Archaeological dig this week at state historic site (ABC News 4).
- Mixson neighborhood in North Charleston brings on Carolina One New Homes to market and sell single-family homes (Post & Courier).
- Lawmaker: Mercedes Sprinter vans to be built at Lowcountry plant (Live 5 News).
- 3 arrested for defrauding SC jobless benefits agency (ABC News 4).
- Hero SC policeman saves another, this time choking on marijuana, police say (News 2).
- Police: Argument over money leads to stabbing, attempted murder charge (Live 5 News).
- Police Chase Ends on I-385, Suspect ID’d (News 2).
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