- Pinckney family to launch charity foundation on slain Senator’s 42nd birthday (Live 5 News).
- Coroner identifies victims in double fatal Hwy. 61 head-on collision (Live 5 News).
- Coast Guard extends search for overdue paddle boarder to Mt. Pleasant (Live 5 News).
- Legal battle over cruise terminal continues on after Supreme Court decision (ABC News 4).
- ESPN to Air Special on Emanuel AME Victim’s Son & the Charleston Shooting (HCS).
- Meet the Team at Upcoming Parlor Deluxe (Eater Charleston).
- The 5th Annual Sol Slam is this Weekend at The Windjammer (HCS).
- Counter Culture opens tasting training center (Post & Courier).
- The July SoCal Block Party is Friday (HCS).
- Sandwiches and some sides shine at Smoke BBQ on King Street (Post & Courier).
- Charleston eatery serving southern cuisine tops list of US dining spots with local, sustainable ethos (Yahoo).
- Proof pops up in New Orleans for world’s biggest bartending convention (Post & Courier).
- Is Johns Island’s The Tattooed Moose Open Yet? (Eater Charleston).
- Two Charleston tourist attractions cutting their rates for most of September (Post & Courier).
- G&G Interview: Coach John McKissick (Garden & Gun).
- First Southern Soul Festival brings R&B, old-school hip-hop to North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Vikki Matsis and the Ohm Radio crew launch a commercial-free station (Charleston City Paper).
- MUSC Health replaces Blackbaud as naming sponsor for Battery stadium (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- The Most RACES Show on Earth! Returns to the Charleston Music Hall (HCS).
- Theatre 99 pulls out all its improv tricks with ‘the Funny Bucket’ (Post & Courier).
- San Francisco Giants Scout Ed Creech, a Columbia native, will be inducted into the Professional Baseball Scouts Hall of Fame (Charleston RiverDogs).
- Mean Mary comes into her own by way of the banjo (Charleston City Paper).
- SC gay marriage plaintiffs can now seek legal fees (ABC News 4).
- Limericks inspired by the likes of Henry David Thoreau to Joe Riley (Post & Courier).
- Blondie the horse’s accident raises moral questions about the carriage tour industry (Charleston City Paper).
- Victories earned in LGBT community lead to many shifts in local queer culture (Post & Courier).
- Comment period open on new permit for Union Pier cruise terminal project (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Dot Scott (HCS).
- Lawyers head to court as tab for Berkeley probe reaches nearly $700,000 (Post & Courier).
- Two Medal of Honor recipients on Jeb Bush South Carolina committee (Post & Courier).
- Deputies seek man for possible CDV homicide (ABC News 4).
- Girl, 5, kicked in the head by carriage company mule Wednesday (ABC News 4).
- Palmetto Goodwill to host hiring event for Kiawah Island Golf Resort (News 2).
- In the wake of Ohio shooting. many Tri-County agencies still shopping body cameras (Live 5 News).
- Officer-involved shootings up in SC (News 2).
- Two Lowcountry men recount their week stranded at sea 10 years ago (ABC News 4).
- School supply drives planned around the Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- Nexton Elementary to regularly use technology in classroom (Live 5 News).
- Low Country Laundry & Dry Cleaners Announces Giving Back Program (Eskimo Advertising).
- Service call turns into lasting relationship between CPD officer and child (Live 5 News).
- UPDATE: 3 dogs muzzled with duct tape removed from home today (ABC News 4).
Traffic Alert: Nighttime Lane Closure on Glenn McConnell Parkway (Charleston County).
- Authorities close downtown Charleston street for structure fire (Live 5 News).
- Hotel proposed for old Cooper River bridge site in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- New investors plan to jump-start Magnolia project (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Teacher honors Emanuel shooting victims (Post & Courier).
- Coast Guard searching for missing Florida paddle boarder (ABC News 4).
- Basketmakers get a sweet ‘pull’ of the past (Post & Courier).
- Boeing chairman’s Ex-Im comments draw heat from union, yawns from analysts (Post & Courier).
- Georgetown County burglary suspects behind bars, authorities say (News 2).
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