- Train derailment in North Charleston shuts down roads, delays CCSD buses (ABC News 4).
- 2 Lowcountry schools top U.S. News rankings (ABC News 4).
- CPD Chief: Increased cop killings, scrutiny could make recruiting more difficult (Live 5 News).
- 911 calls released in North Charleston drive-by Sunday that left woman dead (Post & Courier).
- Mt. P-ers, look for Vintage Coffee Cafe to open in June (Charleston City Paper).
- Five Questions With One of the South’s Best Chefs (Garden & Gun).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- 11 Charleston Restaurants Worth a Double Tap on Instagram (Eater Charleston).
- Old Village Post House to Pay Tribute to Carolina Gold Rice on 5/20 (HCS).
- HTBBQ in West Ashley Hosts Book Launch Party for Local Author on 5/18 (HCS).
- What to Expect of the Cocktails at James Island’s Screen Door (Eater Charleston).
- Tomorrow is “Yappy Hour” at Bay Street Biergarten (HCS).
- The Pixies showcase timeless music, guitar tricks at North Charleston concert Monday (Post & Courier).
- Southern Charm S2 E9: Who’s the biggest bitch of them all? (Charleston City Paper).
- Southern Charm recap: The strange case of Jekyll Island (Island Packet).
- ‘Southern Charm’ went down to Georgia in this week’s episode (Post & Courier).
- “My Name Is Ruth,” an award-winning comedy, is currently running at the 34 West Theater Co. (34 West).
- UNED!TED Closes Latest Season with “Cabaret Madre” (HCS).
- Suno hits the Charleston shore in NY Times style feature (Charleston City Paper).
- M.o.M Event: Primitive Skills Contest on 5/14 (HCS).
- Wando boys, girls both win Lower State soccer titles (Post & Courier).
- Dior and I showing at Terrace Theater May 8-May 14 (Charleston City Paper).
- Bond bill to fund MUSC Children’s Hospital, other projects cut from larger budget proposal (Live 5 News).
- Graham: ‘99.9’ percent sure he’s running for the White House (Post & Courier).
- Ted Cruz announces S.C. dream team in presidential bid (Charleston City Paper).
- Hillary Clinton’s first South Carolina campaign visit is May 27 (Post & Courier).
- State’s $236 million borrowing plan revived after being killed on a technicality (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County School Board approves new bell time schedule (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston hotelier’s tax bill ruling could have far-reaching impact (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston program for students with intellectual disabilities raises parents’ concerns (Post & Courier).
- 40 Under 40 Nominations are still open (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Rescue officials: 2 people injured after inner tube hits moored boat (ABC News 4).
- CARTA Maintenance Team Wins National Title (News 2).
- Authorities locate body of missing 51-year-old Charleston man (Live 5 News).
- News 2 I-Team Investigates: Foster Care Crisis (News 2).
- Dig South gives Southeast startup scene a national boost (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Family frustrated, grieving after no arrests made in son’s death (ABC News 4).
- Highway 171 Sidewalk Construction to begin on May 13 (Charleston Chronicle).
- Berkeley County to buy GenEarth for $2.4M and ends smelly situation (ABC News 4).
- Two arrested for hauling baby on trailer attached to moped during Tropical Storm Ana (Live 5 News).
- Summerville residents frustrated over construction delays (News 2).
- Driver killed in early morning Hollywood wreck (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County Small Business Week to Be Celebrated with Free Workshops and Networking Events, May 18 – 22 (CharlestonCounty.org).
- Four students arrested for senior “prank” at Calhoun County High (Live 5 News).
- Waste Management Awards Charleston County with 2015 Think Green Grant (CharlestonCounty.org).
- 2-year-old boy dies in Dorchester County wreck (ABC News 4).
- Officials say check your fire extinguisher (News 2).
- Kiko the giraffe leaving Greenville Zoo (ABC News 4).
- Prosecutors drop charges against SC man accused of killing 30,000 chickens (ABC News 4).
- Gas prices still look low for summer even after spring surge (ABC News 4).
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