- Hillary Clinton stops in N. Charleston, talks job training and higher education (Live 5 News).
- Presidential candidate Jeb Bush makes stop in the Lowcountry on Thursday (Live 5 News).
- Caitlyn’s story used to raise money for 5-year-old Tyreik Gadsden (Live 5 News).
- Summerville coach John McKissick announces retirement (Post & Courier).
- Second Mt. Pleasant officer saves another man from burning car (ABC News 4).
- BCSO Lt. Will Rogers checked back into hospital (Live 5 News).
- Search is on for suspect in weekend shooting (News 2).
- Ceremony Thursday for nine fallen Charleston firefighters (Post & Courier).
- Late-night committee recommends soft closings, new zoning for bars (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Summey on Slager: “He got mad and made a horrible decision” (ABC News 4).
- Chick’s Fry House opens (Charleston City Paper).
- Home Team BBQ Pitmaster Taylor Garrigan wins Food Network’s Chopped (Live 5 News).
- Wadmalaw Island winery for sale; Firefly relocating (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Boone’s Bar Remains Open After New Investors Swoop In (Eater Charleston).
- Holy City Brewing Flag Day Burger and Beer Fest Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Menkoi Ramen House On a Temporary Shutter (Eater Charleston).
- The June SoCal Block Party is THIS Friday (HCS).
- South Carolina’s favorite fruit arrives early, stays late through summer (Post & Courier).
- Fountain Cafe and BBQ nails a Reuben and serves some promising ‘cue (Charleston City Paper).
- Bring your Dad to the Bay Street Biergarten on Father’s Day for BOGO beers (Facebook).
- Lowcountry ties found in Atlanta Food & Wine Festival’s classes (Post & Courier).
- The ChuckTown BikeDown Goes Down on 6/28 (HCS).
- Brew Cellar serving up food trucks and sushi (Charleston City Paper).
- Cool Off with Tavern & Table’s Summer Cocktail Menu (HCS).
- Summer’s Hot New Spots (Yelp Charleston).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- Charleston app developer to launch review site for restaurant work (Post & Courier).
- “The Comedy Get Down Tour” Hits the Coliseum on 8/14 (HCS).
- Cinebarre’s Outdoor Summer Movie Series Returns for 2015 (HCS).
- Stingrays Blown Out In Game 7, Lose Kelly Cup To Allen (Live 5 News).
- Larry Doby Book to Be Released at The Joe (Charleston RiverDogs).
- A Huge DELUGE is Scheduled for June 20th (HCS).
- 34 West Theater Celebrates First Anniversary Downtown with Musical (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Music Hall Welcomes Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox (HCS).
- Academic Magnet student athlete recovering after brain surgery (News 2).
- One year after his contentious hiring, can College of Charleston President Glenn McConnell win over his critics? (Post & Courier).
- Bernie Sanders’ Sunday night town hall switched to Burke High (Post & Courier).
- Ohio Gov. John Kasich taking trip to South Carolina (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Mt. Pleasant Mayor Linda Page (HCS).
- Video: Sen. Lindsey Graham responds to “bro with no ho” comment (Yahoo).
- House conference committee passes Uber bill (ABC News 4).
- Survey reveals Bi-Lo as preferred site for James Island library (Live 5 News).
Charleston County Employee Elected as Top Commander of S.C. American Legion (Charleston County).
- SC Senate rejects last-ditch attempt to force roads debate (ABC News 4).
- SC State declares financial emergency to make deep cuts (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Toby Smith (HCS).
- FB post: Suspect and victim in deadly gas station shooting dated same girl (Live 5 News).
- Nash: No evidence to support Combs’ life in danger before shooting Bernard Bailey (ABC News 4).
- Visual gateways to Charleston in for big changes (Post & Courier).
- Coroner: Remains found near Dolphin Cove marina are human (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County deputies searching for man accused of shooting stepfather (Post & Courier).
- Splinter churches refuse offer from national Episcopal church (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Street fights: Emergency crews, drivers joust for space on Charleston-area roads (Post & Courier).
- Dorchester County EMS to cut shifts in half, hire more paramedics due to high call volume (Live 5 News).
- Monday’s temperatures force horse-drawn carriages off streets (ABC News 4).
- Panel: Affordable housing a growing problem in Charleston region (Post & Courier).
- New program hopes to weatherize 80 Charleston area homes in 2 years (Post & Courier).
- Victim identified in fatal shooting at Quick Food Mart on Dorchester Road (Live 5 News).
- Nordstrom Rack plans to open Sept. 3 in Mount Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry study: Plastics may decompose more quickly than believed (ABC News 4).
- One man dead after a fatal car crash on Highway 41 (Live 5 News).
- On Monday, June 22, at 7 pm, the Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum will host a free ceremony to dedicate the museum’s Huey Helicopter 66-15005 to the memory of Army Specialist Four Kenneth Plavcan, who was killed in action while onboard the aircraft on Oct. 1, 1968 in the Vietnam War (Patriots Point).
- Man okay after car flips over in downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Beaufort County deputy shot while serving drug warrant (ABC News 4).
- Fighting terror, saving lives: Charleston’s CSI provides equipment to protect soldiers from bomb threats (Post & Courier).
- Officials: Man airlifted following jet ski accident in McClellanville (Live 5 News).
- 2 more tenants sign on at Cigar Factory (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston Co. detectives searching for man who forged nearly 50 checks (Live 5 News).
- TRAFFIC ALERT: Isle of Palms crosswalk refurbishing (News 2).
- Tiny Houses in Charleston Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Charleston was chosen as one of The Most Colorful Cities In The World (Conde Nast Traveler).
- Sales tax on aircraft repair parts repealed (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Goose Creek residents living in the heat with broken A/C units (Live 5 News).
- Local summer camp gets kids fired up about learning and adventure (News 2).
- Operation Air Force; USAFA, ROTC cadets visit Joint Base Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- GKN to invest $20M in expansion of Orangeburg operations (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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