- Haley signs body camera legislation in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Lewis to be sworn in as Berkeley Co. sheriff Friday (Live 5 News).
- NAN: Boy recovering from spine injury now diagnosed with meningitis (ABC News 4).
- Stingrays force Game 7 in Kelly Cup Finals with 4-1 victory (News 2).
- S.C. State’s probation continued for a year (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Acting president: School will remain open (Post & Courier).
- Committee to recommend promoting, monitoring late-night activity in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Triple-digit heat index possible over weekend (Live 5 News).
- Guinness: Summerville breaks world record for largest sweet tea (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Named as One The 6 Best Food Towns to Hit Up This Summer (Good Housekeeping).
- 15 Essential Food Trucks to Find in Charleston Eater (Charleston).
- Mount Pleasant gives shrimping nonprofit $10,000 for purchase of life rafts (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Bohemian Bull is offering a free burger (InTown).
- Home Team BBQ to Host “Chopped” Viewing Party for Episode Featuring Chef (HCS).
- Oh Bourbon… That’s Neat (Yelp Charleston).
- Is This The Summer of Tiki For Charleston? (Eater Charleston).
- Wild Dunes Presents the 3rd Annual Island Brews & Chews Festival (HCS).
- Smoke BBQ Stakes Claim on King Street With New Sign (Eater Charleston).
- Chattanooga Whiskey Tasting at Cocktail Club; ‘The Edible South’ at Blue Bicycle Books (Eater Charleston).
- Spoleto closes, leaving broken boundaries in its wake (Charleston City Paper).
- Comedian Aziz Ansari to Bring Book Tour to Charleston (HCS).
- RiverDogs Unveil Special Father’s Day Package (RiverDogs).
- Confederate flag on cover of CP angers out-of-state reader, threats issued (Charleston City Paper).
- Southern Charm Stars Host Fundraiser for Abused Dog (Bravo).
- Waiting For ‘Southern Charm’ Season 3? 6 Stages You’ll Go Through While Hoping The Charleston Gang Comes Back (Bustle).
- Clemson pitcher Schmidt drafted by Red Sox on his first day of cancer treatments (Post & Courier).
- ‘Reckless’ fan urges City Paper readers to save fave show (Charleston City Paper).
- The Lone Bellow to Play the Charleston Music Hall in September (HCS).
- Songwriter Chris Stapleton put his own voice to the test with Traveller (Charleston City Paper).
- MRSOE! Presents Stand-Up at The Sparrow with Noah Gardenswartz (HCS).
- Lindsey Graham to Sean Hannity: Knock it off (Politico).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Bratton Riley (HCS).
- Boeing crews investigating burst line (ABC News 4).
- Vigil to be held for downtown Charleston stabbing victim (Live 5 News).
- Former Hanahan police officer charged with sex crime after meeting teen on Grindr dating app (ABC News 4).
- Clemson, fraternity members deny wrongdoing in death of Tucker Hipps (Live 5 News).
- Family of Marine who died in Nepal helicopter crash recount his life of helping others (ABC News 4).
- CARTA isn’t an attractive option for most car owners — but it could be (Charleston City Paper).
- Local and State agencies run through hurricane lane reversal drill (Live 5 News).
- Fire chief’s truck located after being stolen (Live 5 News).
- Father Christian Carr, second abbot of Mepkin Abbey, dies at 100 (Post & Courier).
- SC group plans to turn shipping containers into vet housing (ABC News 4).
- Lawsuit: Hotel staff gave room key to woman’s alleged attacker (Post & Courier).
- Vietnam veteran to be honored in Washington, DC (Live 5 News).
- Report: $28.1 billion to rebuild homes from hurricane storm surge in Charleston area (Post & Courier).
- Crime Stoppers reward offered in Upstate missing toddler case (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry families bond through hope, despite life-threatening illness (Live 5 News).
- Osprey shot by pellet gun has to be put down (Post & Courier).
- Gibbes Museum of Art Announces 2015/2016 Slate of Officers, New Board Members and Philanthropy Award at Fellows Luncheon (Gibbes).
- Boeing S.C. preps plant for 787-10 production (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Blackbeard’s Cove Family Fun Park announced that Brian Lee is their new general manager.
- Ponds Conservancy earns South Carolina Historic Preservation Award (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Apprenticeships pay off for Goose Creek High grads (Post & Courier).
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