- Yankees Stars Surprise Chris Singleton on TODAY (HCS).
- Lowcountry students head back to school (Live 5 News).
- Dorchester District 2 high schools adjust to new schedules (ABC News 4).
- Slideshow (Live 5 News).
- New schools and new superintendent begin new school year (ABC News 4).
- Bus delays mar first day of school in East Cooper (Post & Courier).
- Charleston mayoral field set at 7 (Post & Courier).
- Court filings in Walter Scott death seek to examine SLED and its investigation (Post & Courier).
- Two sheriff’s deputies hospitalized after motorcycles collide on Ravenel Bridge, authorities say (Post & Courier).
- Without Release of Video, Police Shooting of White Driver Gets Less Publicity (New York Times).
- Consumer, business groups want independent evaluation of SCE&G rate hikes (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Happy Hour at Red’s to Benefit Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (HCS).
- Tavern & Table wants you to enter your custom cocktail recipe for a chance for it to be featured on their Fall Menu AND be named after you (Facebook).
- John Lewis & The Brew Cellar Pair up For Beer Week Event (HCS).
- Mercantile and Mash release opening menus (Post & Courier).
- 5 Things to Know About Upcoming Mercantile and Mash and The Cedar Room (Eater Charleston).
- The No Kid Hungry Dinner Returns with Another All-Star Lineup (HCS).
- Ristorante LIDI again replaces executive chef (Post & Courier).
- Thomas Ravenel’s New “Mystery Woman” Revealed (FITS News).
- HBO Casting for Second Season of “Vice Principals” (HCS).
- RiverDogs Continue Packed August Home Slate With Seven More Days of Fun-Filled Promotions (RiverDogs).
- Brave Baby Releases second album on Hearts & Plugs label (Bandcamp).
- Stephen Colbert Shares Why He Thinks Women Should Be in Charge of Everything (Glamour).
- Bay Street Biergarten Hosts The Endless Summer Party on 8/29 (HCS).
- Charleston’s comedy scene blooms, challenges remain (Post & Courier).
- BTS On the Road: Highlights from The Shirley & Sheridan Show (YouTube).
- “Rhythm Is My Beat” Collaborative Events at CofC (Charleston Chronicle).
- Wild Blue Ropes is offering Back-to-School BOGO deals (Wild Blue Ropes).
- World-renowned artist Hitnes makes stop in Charleston to install public mural, chat with locals (Post & Courier).
- Scoping West Elm, eating bison sliders, and playing flip cup (Charleston City Paper).
- reForm Studios Set to Open Summerville Location (HCS).
- Stingrays’ MVP goalie Jeff Jakaitis leaves Lowcountry to play in Norway (Post & Courier).
- Wins not most important thing for Baptist Hill coach struggling with loss of friends, mentor (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Mayoral candidates share goals for city (Live 5 News).
- Leon Stavrinakis touts political experience in his run for mayor (Post & Courier).
- Senator proposing tighter gun control after church shooting (Post & Courier)
- Gov. Nikki Haley orders armed guards at S.C. National Guard locations (ABC News 4).
- Will Walter Scott shape North Charleston’s elections? (Post & Courier).
- Don’t overdo nightlife rules (Post & Courier).
- SC Supreme Court asked to rule Domestic Violence Law unconstitutional (News 2).
- Donald Trump to make appearance at one of Sen. Tim Scott’s town halls (Post & Courier).
- Kasich returns to South Carolina to file primary paperwork (News 2).
- The school board might deserve some grief, but not this much (Post & Courier).
- Bush starting South Carolina visit by meeting with veterans (News 2).
- With no timetable, no fines in South Carolina education lawsuit (Post & Courier).
- District: Former Berkeley superintendent steps down as teacher before school year starts (ABC News 4).
- Airport could be setting for Emanuel 9 permanent memorial (Live 5 News).
- Lawsuit filed against Berkeley County after former assistant principal arrested for sex with student (News 2).
- Sheriff’s deputies investigating reported home invasion in Hollywood (Post & Courier).
- All-clear: Savannah River Site nuclear reservation no longer on lock down (ABC News 4).
- Dig at Aiken-Rhett House uncovers a rich seam of Charleston’s past (Post & Courier).
- Moncks Corner family fights for custody of niece placed in foster care after injury (ABC News 4).
- Upcoming American Red Cross blood drives (News 2).
- Summerville shop dropped from suit that targeted sources of guns in New York City (Post & Courier).
- Charleston or Fort Leavenworth could hold Guantanamo detainees (News 2).
- DD2: No injuries in school bus ‘fender bender’ (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston joins statewide initiative to increase residential solar power (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Love of lighthouses fuels efforts to preserve Morris Island, Cape Romain towers (Post & Courier).
- Patriots Point panel discusses Montagnards’ role during Vietnam War (ABC News 4).
- Police: 16-year-old teen has been missing since Friday (Live 5 News).
- CPD: Beverly Michelle Cox found safe (News 2).
- MUSC practice expands into one of Charleston region’s high-growth areas (Post & Courier).
- Goose Creek police searching for man accused of fraudulently renting out homes (ABC News 4).
- Duty free: S.C. manufacturers, distributors seeing benefits of foreign trade zones (Post & Courier).
- Woman accused of beating another woman with aluminum baseball bat (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County deputies arrest 13 in prostitution soliciting sting (Live 5 News).
- Report: Sweetgrass may be a natural mosquito repellent (Post & Courier).
- Patients with flippers jam SC Aquarium turtle hospital (Live 5 News).
- ‘Game changers’ growing Charleston’s industrial market, real estate firm says (Post & Courier).
- Goose Creek police release surveillance video in vehicle break-ins (Live 5 News).
- Coroner: Moncks Corner child drowns in pool (Live 5 News).
- Wheels up! a bird’s-eye view of Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Smith found guilty of attempted murder, gun charges in Childress trial (Live 5 News).
- Traffic Alert: Nighttime Lane Closures begin for the I-26 at Ashley Phosphate project (Charleston County).
- Traffic deaths up sharply in first 6 months of this year (Live 5 News).
- SmartAsset ranks Charleston County at No. 2 for life insurance payouts (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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