- Man shot in butt at Frankie’s Fun Park (ABC News 4).
- Suspect and victim charged (News 2).
- Coroner IDs body found in Wando River as missing man (ABC News 4).
- 12-year-old boy discovers body (News 2).
- Boeing reaps $13 B in state, local tax breaks, tops in the nation (Post & Courier).
- Coroner: Man shot and killed outside of Dorchester Co. apartment (ABC News 4).
- The Eat Local Challenge Begins on April 1st (HCS).
- Spring Into New Restaurants (Yelp Charleston).
- Home Team and Swig & Swine Team Up For “Smokin’ for The Holmes Team” (HCS).
- Garden & Gun’s Ultimate Barbecue Bracket includes Scott’s Bar-B-Que, Sweatman’s BBQ, and La Barbeque (who will be opening a sister location in Charleston soon).
- The Latest SoCal Block Party will be held this Friday (HCS).
- American Seafood Challenge brought chefs from 26 states to Charleston for a grand cook-off (Post & Courier).
- Chez Nous Celebrates First Anniversary; Husk Serves Pickleback Shots (Eater Charleston).
- Sippin’ Saturdays Continue this Weekend at Irvin~House Vineyards (HCS).
- Spirited CSU effort comes up short in 65-56 NIT 1st Round loss at Old Dominion (Live 5 News).
- 2015 Summer Camp Guide (Macaroni Kid Charleston).
- T-Rav Bashes Southern Charm, Reality Co-Star (FITS News).
- Atlas Road Crew’s journey from jammers to solid, Southern rock ‘n’ rollers (Charleston City Paper).
- O-Ku to host fashionable five-year anniversary party (Post & Courier).
- Family Circle Cup Announces 2015 Player Field (HCS).
- Noted band from Sierra Leone staging benefit concert in SC (News 2).
- You can now download the first official release from Human Resources (HRTheBand.com).
- MRSOE! Presents Stand-Up at The Sparrow with Clayton English (HCS).
- SC State museum to show movie about James Brown (News 2).
- Spoleto Festival in Charleston unveiling poster for 2015 (ABC News 4).
- Potential 2016 candidate Jeb Bush makes stop at MUSC (ABC News 4).
- Lawsuit: Berkeley Sheriff candidate’s alleged affair played into forced resignations (Post & Courier).
- House OKs removal of SC State trustees while audit reveals $23M debt (ABC News 4).
- Is it too much to ask for a little civility in politics? (Post & Courier).
- Panhandling? More like crowd-funding (Charleston City Paper).
- Meeting set for part of Haley’s domestic violence panel (News 2).
- Not everyone thinks ‘density’ is a dirty word (Post & Courier).
- Another SC community on record against offshore drilling (ABC News 4).
- Taxi drivers frustrated with designated stands and Uber shortcuts (News 2).
- One injured after hit-and-run involving moped (News 2).
- Testimony: Mom on toddler’s injuries ‘Oh well, that’s life’ (ABC News 4).
- 3-day notice turns to 2 months for homeless encampment (ABC News 4).
- Man dies in wreck as car flees from Dorchester County deputy (ABC News 4).
- DIG South to hold 24-hour pitch event for tech startups (Post & Courier).
- 9 of 66 Shar-Peis seized in February still need homes (Post & Courier).
- 15 brand new school buses headed to DD2 this fall (Live 5 News).
- Gail Rubinstein has 80 years of experience turning hand-me-downs into timeless classics (Charleston City Paper).
- Andy Paras to move into role at ABC News 4 (ABC News 4).
- The Big Apple has long been Beverly Brown Williams’ fashion inspiration (Charleston City Paper).
- Kiosks will promote South Carolina Hall of Fame (News 2).
- Blotter: The Holy City’s holey streets (Charleston City Paper).
- Autopsy to reveal more information in death of USC student found in home (Live 5 News).
- Herbert Fielding’s Green Acres approach to dressing (Charleston City Paper).
- Old Fort stops roadside fundraising after firefighter hit by car (ABC News 4).
- $19,000+ raised for Chapin teen severely injured in lacrosse game (Live 5 News).
- Local craftspeople have an ally in Workshop (Charleston City Paper).
- Family: Missing woman last seen in Upstate found in Tennessee (Live 5 News).
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