- Citadel football player DaSean Daniels making ‘real good progress’ after collapsing at practice (Post & Courier).
- Cradle of Shame: Why are so many South Carolina infants dying at third-world rates? (Post & Courier).
- Mt. Pleasant police searching for missing woman (Live 5 News).
- Panhandlers meet angry resistance in West Ashley (Charleston City Paper).
- Aquarium: Leatherback turtle sent back into the ocean on Thursday (ABC News 4).
- Front-of-house workers file discrimination suits against local restaurants (Post & Courier).
- New breweries are coming to Summerville and Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Wine & Food Festival Highlights (Imbibe).
- More talked-about dishes from Wine + Food (Post & Courier).
- Dragoon punch, Pecha Kucha, and some obnoxious wine lovers (Charleston City Paper).
- Leon’s Oyster Shop Adds Brunch Booze to the Mix (Eater Charleston).
- Crave’s Mac & Cheese Named One of the Best in America (HCS).
- R. Kitchen offers front-row fun, but the food is a gamble (Charleston City Paper).
- Fashion Week Survival Guide (Yelp Charleston).
- In The Kitchen with Bob Waggoner (Post & Courier).
- Tricera Coffee Will Bring Fossils and Waffles to George Street (Eater Charleston).
- Frank Lee calls for diversity, livable wages in restaurant industry (Post & Courier).
- Indaco Now Serving Italian-Inspired Sunday Brunch (HCS).
- Latin celebration at Xiao Bao Biscuit (Post & Courier).
- Union Provisions Launched Lunch Menu Yesterday (Eater Charleston).
- Folly Beach Hosts a St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl this Saturday (HCS).
- 2015 Party at the Point Schedule (HCS).
- The 12th Annual St. Paddy’s Day Block Party & Parade is this Saturday (HCS).
- Story on Thomas Ravenel’s split from Kathryn Dennis (The Daily Mail).
- Photo Gallery: Santana at the North Charleston PAC (HCS).
- Review: Randy Foster at the Music Hall (Disco Teepee).
- Elise Testone releases “Time” (SoundCloud).
- “Shamrock The Dock” this Saturday on Shem Creek (HCS).
- The Spring Jam Music Festival is currently accepting volunteers (Volunteer Spot).
- Charleston’s SUSTO takes winding route to bright future in indie scene (Post & Courier).
- Clemson looking for depth at quarterback in spring practice (ABC News 4).
- Coming to N. Charleston: Move Live on Tour Featuring Derek & Julianne Hough (HCS).
- Mount Pleasant adding AAU football program (Post & Courier).
- Debate over controversial offshore drilling in Mount Pleasant (News 2).
- SC Senate passes ban on powdered alcohol (News 2).
- Berkeley Co. School Board considering ban on clothing depicting weapons (Live 5 News).
- S.C. House to study salaries, consider pay raises for state employees (Post & Courier).
- Lawmakers kill funding for new MUSC children’s hospital in Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Berkeley County school negotiations back on, board member says (Live 5 News).
- Mount Pleasant officials vote to raise pay for mayor, Town Council members (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston city leaders debate plan to double nighttime cab fares (Live 5 News).
- City board approves African-American museum plan (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Henry Fishburne (HCS).
- Government wants ex-SC State chairman to forfeit $350K (ABC News 4).
- Coroner IDs victim in fatal Summerville apartment complex shooting (Live 5 News).
- BCSO: Man shot in face during armed robbery (ABC News 4).
- NCPD: Man shot during alleged armed robbery (Live 5 News).
- Family of fatal hit-and-run victim to announce ‘sizable reward’ for details (Live 5 News).
- Naked man shot by police in Atlanta area is from Moncks Corner (News 2).
- Widow warns others of deadly pesticide sold in soda bottles (Live 5 News).
- Brawl breaks out outside North Charleston IHOP (Post & Courier).
- New fitness centers, pharmacy, Wal-Mart CEO coming to Charleston area (Post & Courier).
- Wal-Mart CEO: Look for more smaller-format stores in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Post and Courier domestic violence series named finalist for American Bar Association award (Post & Courier).
- Making princesses for prom, Cinderella events give girls glamour (ABC News 4).
- Scam Alert: Free money from government (News 2).
- Navy chaplain loses job, may be kicked out over religious counseling (Post & Courier).
- Harbor Entrepreneur Center expanding to North Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Summerville man, 57, struck by suspected drunk driver succumbs to injuries (Post & Courier).
- Bond set at $50k for man accused of punching coach out at basketball game (Live 5 News).
- Mt. Pleasant murder suspect on fight: ‘You don’t want to look like a baby’ (ABC News 4).
- Coastal Conservation League founder Dana Beach named ocean award ‘hero’ (Post & Courier).
- Blotter: Slicing and dicing the truth (Charleston City Paper).
- New Boeing leader wants efficient production, diversity (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Murder suspect laughs at charges, thrown out of bond court twice (ABC News 4).
- Heritage Trust to open student-run branch in August (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Land battle rages in Dorchester County (News 2).
- Officials: Gun found at elementary school was put there by student who reported it (ABC News 4).
- Organ in Historic Summerall Chapel undergoing complex restoration (Digitel Charelston).
- Walmart CEO, others to speak on ethics at The Citadel leadership symposium (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- School board votes to back out of Hanahan land-for-school deal (ABC News 4).
- Cops: Armed robber who shot man charged in 3 other robberies (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Southern receives $1 million for nursing scholarships (Post & Courier).
- SC teen sentenced to 40 years for relatives’ deaths (ABC News 4).
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