- Record deluge swamps Charleston area (Post & Courier).
- Red Cross opens shelter for residents with flood damage (Post & Courier).
- Residents: Not the first time Shadowmoss has flooded (Live 5 News).
- Charlestowne Village residents return to damaged, smelly homes after flooding (ABC News 4).
- Sheriff’s office closes all lanes on Main Road to Johns Island due to rising water (Live 5 News).
- College students fall into storm drain (News 2).
- Former SC police chief sentenced after plea agreement (Live 5 News).
- Activists call on governor to remove Dorchester County coroner over ‘racist’ behavior (Post & Courier).
- Two candidates in runoff for District 45 seat held by Pinckney (Live 5 News).
- Voter turnout light (ABC News 4).
- Pursuit in Goose Creek leads to arrest, wrecked patrol car (ABC News 4).
- Charleston is apparently one of the worst cities of its size for traffic (USA Today).
- Move over Jeni, there’s a new ice cream in town (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston episode of Parts Unknown to debut at Food Film Festival (Post & Courier).
- Élevé Dinner Menu Full of Seafood, Steaks, and ‘Charleston Receipts’ (Eater Charleston).
- The Grand Bohemian is open for business (Charleston City Paper).
- Data reveals Charleston outpaces nation, Southeast peers in alcohol consumption (Post & Courier).
- Award-Winning Mac and Cheese Recipe Hits the Road This Month (Eater Charleston).
- Middleton cooks up 1800s picnic for new leisure event (Post & Courier).
- Oktoberfest Returns to Charleston on September 18th (HCS).
- Esteemed Fulton Five Shuts Down for Renovations (Eater Charleston).
- Brewers question alcohol distribution system (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Cooks! property on East Bay could be site of new hotel (Post & Courier).
- Stay Up for Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ Debut With Col’ Brew – only available in New York (Eater Charleston).
- Rum is back, and looking back (Post & Courier).
- Ellis Creek Fish Camp Keeps the Dining Room Casual (Eater Charleston).
- Is football in Cougars’ future? College of Charleston considers costs, benefits, interest (Post & Courier).
- RiverDogs Nearing Record-Setting Finish in the Stands (Charleston RiverDogs).
- Charleston’s Rogers beats Vickery in first round of U.S. Open (Post & Courier).
- Flowertown’s Funky Firkin Fest Set for 9/19 (HCS).
- Lowcountry Jazz Festival entertains, raises awareness of health disparities (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley coach Jeff Cruce: ‘We’re never going to punt’ (Post & Courier).
- Family Circle Cup tennis tournament renamed to Volvo Cars Open (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Garden & Gun magazine opens in Cigar Factory (Post & Courier).
- AP Source: Coastal Carolina to join Sun Belt, move up to FBS (Washington Post).
- Bill Murray takes Keb Mo out to bowl after sold-out show Sunday (Post & Courier).
- Here’s The Complete List Of Stephen Colbert’s First Late Show Guests (CBS).
- City Paper Taking Nominations For 2015 Music Awards (HCS).
- Fan Dies After Falling From Upper Deck at Atlanta Braves Game (News 2).
- Revolve Conference for creatives coming to Charleston region in October (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Chase After a Cure’s Virtual Road Chase Returns (HCS).
- Winners never quit playing football (Post & Courier).
- Former Charleston Comedians Return Home for Benefit Shows (HCS).
- Midnight tonight is your last chance to pre-order your personalized 2016 Charleston Firefighter Calendar. Each benefits the Charleston Animal Society (Charleston Firefighter Calendar).
- Oktoberfest 5K Run/Walk Hits the Pavement on 9/26 (HCS).
- Panhandling ordinance could hurt homeless newspaper sellers (Charleston City Paper).
- House Ethics: Former Speaker Bobby Harrell improperly paid lawyers from campaign (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Councilman Mike Seekings (HCS).
- City finally clearing old, abandoned boats from Ashley River (Post & Courier).
- Councilman Dwight Stigler resigns from post (North Charleston).
- Haley to speak of ‘a New South’ (Post & Courier).
- Special Mt. Pleasant meeting to debate short term rentals (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Kent Fletcher (HCS).
- Scott Walker takes turn talking tough on foreign policy at The Citadel (Post & Courier).
- College students wait in hotel purgatory while construction finishes on 930 NoMo (Post & Courier).
- Charleston School of Law president resigns (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- What are we going to do about Burke High School? (Post & Courier).
- Most USC fraternity recruiting suspended (Post & Courier).
- Canadian regiment to return first Citadel graduate’s Civil War sword (ABC News 4).
- Student Found With “Kill List” At Spartanburg Co. School (News 2).
- Not Just Awareness: What Charleston’s Jeff Fitzharris is doing for Autism (Charleston Daily)
- Beach Co. plans to reopen Sgt. Jasper Apartments in wake of ‘impasse’ with BAR (ABC News 4).
- Workers at closed South Carolina fire truck plant to receive severance pay (Live 5 News).
- Charleston firefighters hoist patient from hold of freighter ship (ABC News 4).
- Officials switch from rescue to recovery in search for missing crabber (ABC News 4).
- Charleston police chief, mayor honored for Emanuel AME response at Unity Day (ABC News 4).
- S.C. parks bring in record revenue (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Car strikes West Ashley Little Caesar’s restaurant (ABC News 4).
- Police locate missing, endangered man last seen in downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Deputies look for suspect after nightclub shooting (ABC News 4).
- Kiawah Partners And The Kiawah Cares Foundation Raise Over $50,000 For Reverend Pinckney Scholarship Fund (The Island Connection).
- Coroner releases more tragic details in crash that killed 2 young brothers (Live 5 News).
- Community raising money for funeral of 8-year-old girl fatally hit by vehicle at SC school (Live 5 News).
- Deputies: 13-year-old in custody in connection to mother’s homicide (Live 5 News).
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