- Charleston going after GOP presidential debate (Post & Courier).
- Shooting victim Ariel Morgan to be recognized in HBO documentary (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police say missing man found (ABC News 4).
- Bond set at $2.5 million for man accused of shooting 5-year-old boy (ABC News 4).
- 5-year-old shooting victim: ‘I thank God I’m still alive’ (Post & Courier).
- ABC News 4 wins pair of Emmy awards for special reports on obesity, Matuskovic shooting.
- Edmund’s Oast Hosts a Mexican Cake Fiesta on Wednesday (HCS).
- Deljuan Murphy, the Executive Sous Chef at Fleet Landing, will be on the June 16th episode of “Chopped!”. The show airs at 10 pm on The Food Network.
- Aya Cookhouse to Host Advintage Wine Dinner on 6/17 (HCS).
- The Bower at Edmund’s Oast was named one of the “Most Inviting Drinking Patios in America (Thrillist).
- Guest Chef Summer Cookout Series Coming to Mixson (HCS).
- Mellow Mushroom Charleston is running a Father’s Day Contest (Facebook).
- Spoleto overview: Water puppets make for a rowdy, splashy end to the festival (Charleston City Paper).
- Spoleto overview: nitty, gritty chamber music (Charleston City Paper).
- Gaillard Center announces programming for inaugural season (Post & Courier).
- Annual Rotary Charity Duck Race Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Carlos Dunlap NFL Camp Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Brandi Carlile Will Play the PAC on October 6th (HCS).
- Tiny Theodora Park gets huge makeover (Post & Courier).
- Nashville singer-songwriter Tristen pens 50 songs a year (Charleston City Paper).
- RiverDogs Youth Baseball Camp Begins on June 17th (HCS).
- Khris Middleton Skills Academy Basketball Camp Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Joint Base Charleston Run the Runway 5Ks (News 2).
- South Carolina native plant experts and enthusiasts to converge on North Charleston next weekend (Post & Courier).
- Red snapper season will remain closed in 2015 (Post & Courier).
- Lindsey Graham on Caitlyn Jenner: ‘She Is Welcome in My Party’ (Yahoo! Finance).
- Kiawah administrator Rucker suspended as town audits finances, attorney says (Post & Courier).
- Secret deal to buy new Town Hall site alleged in Kiawah lawsuit (Post & Courier).
- End in sight for wild Berkeley County sheriff’s race (Post & Courier).
- The Sgt. Jasper plans are no uglier than Charleston’s past, present (Charleston City Paper).
- School board won’t back down, but they can salvage superintendent search with openness (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley schools to provide meals for kids during summer months (Live 5 News).
- Group pushing for police reform to meet with community, city leaders in coming weeks (ABC News 4).
- State funding for counties and cities will fall short again next year (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Sen. Katrina Shealy (HCS).
- Berkeley concerned voters fill American Legion hall on Saturday (ABC News 4).
- Drainage work on Crosstown section of U.S. Highway 17 starts Monday, with some road closures (Post & Courier).
- Free Memory Screenings at Community Health Resource Fair (The Digitel).
- Loved ones to remember Charleston man, 18, slain in sleep a year ago (Post & Courier).
- A neighborhood that needs a park (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston man denied bond in West Ashley fatal shooting case (ABC News 4).
- Military defense contracting company, CSI, opens in Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Lifeguards train for busy summer on Isle of Palms (ABC News 4).
- Area stats show property crime trends are difficult to pinpoint (Post & Courier).
- SC abortion numbers decline nearly 12 percent in 5 years (ABC News 4).
- Army National Guard unit prepares for deployment to Kuwait (Live 5 News).
- Two down, 1 to go for Charleston’s Quest Specialty Chemicals. Maybe (Post & Courier).
- Small Child Still Missing in Anderson Co, Investigation Underway (News 2).
- Stripped: Greenville club can reopen, but no nudity allowed (ABC News 4).
- Suspects behind bars charged in connection to home invasions in Williamsburg County (News 2).
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